A Woman Entangled
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 25th 2013
Pages no: 324
Edition language: English
Series: Blackshear Family (#3)
I'm finally finished and just a wee bit sad. A Woman Entangled is the third book in the Blackshear Family series and also the weakest book in the series. I'm not exactly sure what it was that I didn't enjoy, the writing was as wonderful as the other two books but I guess I'm just not a fan of the ...
I think I was a little hard on this one at first. I've read all of Cecilia Grant's three books. So far they've all started slow and sometimes her writing style, while beautiful, takes a bit of getting used to. In her first two books, the characters made the slow start less noticeable. Both of thos...
After reading willaful's excellent review of this book, all I can say is - I completely agree with her assessment. The 2 main characters are not very likeable at the beginning of the story, but Cecilia Grant makes them so believable as they struggle with themselves to finally do the right thing, whi...
Cecilia Grant is a stupendous author. In her latest, A Woman Entangled, she proves this by taking a seemingly unlikable heroine and a downtrodden hero, placing them in an losing situation and making it all turn out beautifully.Kate Westbrook and her siblings are the products of a misalliance – their...