A Lady by Midnight (Spindle Cove, #3)
Pages no: 384
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
I really liked this book. It’s my favorite so far in the Spindle Cove series. Despite having some issues with the hero, Thorne, and his constant “woe is me.. I’m not worthy” whining, I completely bought into the romance. There is a nice build-up of sexual and romantic tension. The heroine, Kate, ...
I wanted to like Thorne but he is so unlikeable that is painful. He is so nasty and they are moment when I suspect that he possibly be a violent and abusive man despite the authors best efforts to paint him in a favourable light. Katy is so naive and gullible, at first I like her, she did have some ...
A really great continuation of this series from Tessa Dare. I don't know if she plans on writing more books for this series but the Gramercys (Evan, Lark and this mysterious Bennett)can provide excellent future stories. Those who have been following along know of Kate's plight of being orphaned and ...
Grade: AUptight, conflicted hero. Smart, smartass heroine. I was doomed to love this book.Corporal Thorne could make a woman quiver, from all the way across the room.That was just the opening line, for crying out loud. Let’s take a glimpse at the HEA, shall we?“It’s all your fault.” His voice was ro...