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The Park's Empire: Handsome Strangers... Paperback – 2 October 2009
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- Publisher : Mills & Boon; First edition (2 October 2009)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 752 pages
- ISBN-10 : 0263871649
- ISBN-13 : 978-0263871647
- Dimensions : 10.7 x 0.1 x 17 cm
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About the Author
Lois Faye Dyer is the bestselling author of more than twenty contemporary romances. She lives near Seattle in the Pacific Northwest, on the shores of Puget Sound.
Author of more than 100 novels, Gina Wilkins loves exploring complex interpersonal relationships and the universal search for "a safe place to call home." Her books have appeared on numerous bestseller lists, and she was a nominee for a lifetime achievement award from Romantic Times magazine. A lifelong resident of Arkansas, she credits her writing career to a nagging imagination, a book-loving mother, an encouraging husband and three "extraordinary" offspring.
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The first story was probably my favourite romance although Lazhar is a manipulative prince who intends to get his own way. It would have been nice to know what ill health the king, Abbar, was suffering from and if his op prolonged his life. In the second story I was not a fan of the heroine, Linda. She refused to see Walter for what he really was because she felt misplaced loyalty towards him. She was a somewhat wishy washy character in need of a backbone. The third story, featuring Jessica, was more intriguing than the other two. The thefts and altered artwork were not hard to unravel but it meant another betrayal and you had to feel sorry for the youngest Parks offspring. In this case, money was definitely the root of all evil.
As a UK reader there were a couple of Americanisms that I really disliked - gotten (so ugly) and expansive to describe spaciousness.
In the first story, there was one sentence involving a list that was not great where grammar tense is concerned as it started out as a past action and the follow through was in the present and phrased so badly that it made for an awkward read.
Overall, there are minimal errors in these well-written stories and fans of romantic fiction will be sure to enjoy reading them.