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Once Upon a Tower - Eloisa James
Once Upon a Tower
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4.00 5
Format: kindle
Publisher: Avon
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
Series: Fairy Tales (#5)
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Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land"
Susana "Lost in Fantasy Land" rated it
2.5 Welcome to what happens after HEA....
Eloisa James is truly a master novelist when it comes to witty and intelligent dialogues. As to prove this, this story starts with her trademark humor: The moment he was announced, a flock of young women swiveled toward him, each face flaunting a gleaming array of teeth. To his mind they all looke...
jmihalik rated it
3.0 Once Upon a Tower
Slow to start, and then resolved too quickly and easily in the end. Perhaps a bit better than the last few in this series, but nowhere near as good as the first. I may have to let this series go.
Heidi Hart
Heidi Hart rated it
3.5 Unsexy Times
The first half of this story is inspired by Shakespeare's Romeo and Juliet, while the second half--or maybe just the last few chapters--is inspired by the Rapunzel story. Gowan is a Scottish duke with immense wealth and responsibilities, inherited when he was just fourteen. (He's all of twenty-two, ...
The Escape Artist Book Blog
The Escape Artist Book Blog rated it
4.0 Once Upon a Tower
I liked this story of Gowan and Edie. Both were well described characters with whom one can identify. It always frustrates me in stories when the main characters don't communicate and as a result a lot of misunderstanding happens, but of course, that can happen in real life. It is an exciting att...
figuranta rated it
3.0 Once Upon a Tower
3 Stars This is my first read from Eloisa James that i did not liked and couldn't connect with the characters and the subject. A very poor subject in my opinion and i wouldn't recommend it.
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