Publish date: January 30th 2013
Publisher: Dreamspinner Press
Pages no: 65
Edition language: English
Series: Midwinter Manor (#1)
4 StarsI enjoy historical novels for their sense of place and calmer pace, especially if I can curl up before a fireplace and lose myself in another time and place. I found “Poacher’s Fall” with its rich description and fully developed characters perfect for doing so. It is a lovely, period read.Aft...
The cover's really fking weird, imo, but I liked this story.It was weird because I felt like I never quite knew exactly where I was setting-wise.The story's brief, but nice. -ish.*shrug.It's a cute story.
This was quite a lovely little historical Christmas story. I loved the rough/sweet/bold character of Danny and the setting of the manor. I dinged it one star just because it felt like it could have been longer.
2.5Tis was not bad, just boring and flat.The characters weren't very appealing, and not quite endearing to me.There was something about this that just didn't click with me at all. There was kind of a sub-plot besides boy meets boy, but honestly? I wasn't really 'feeling' it.[I suppose this is going ...
4 HeartsReview written for MM Good Book Reviewshttp://mmgoodbookreviews.wordpress.com/Danny is a poacher on his way home with his bounty when he decides to treat his mum to some mistletoe, unfortunately he falls out of the tree and is found by the Gamekeeper. Danny awakens in the manor house and the...