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The Conquest of Lady Cassandra - Community Reviews back

by Madeline Hunter
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Nimue
Nimue rated it 7 years ago
I should have loved this book, everything was there: historical setting, misunderstood hero, independent heroine und so on.But I just couldn't connect to any of the characters. They seemed stiff and kind of cold, even though the heroine tries to save her aunt from her evil brothers clutches. In the ...
Nimue
Nimue rated it 7 years ago
I should have loved this book, everything was there: historical setting, misunderstood hero, independent heroine und so on.But I just couldn't connect to any of the characters. They seemed stiff and kind of cold, even though the heroine tries to save her aunt from her evil brothers clutches. In the ...
To Be Determined
To Be Determined rated it 8 years ago
I liked the setup and the characters, but the romance fell flat for me. Madeline Hunter is very good at showing her characters longing for each other, and that was missing in this book. The declarations of love felt like they came out of nowhere.The plot was interesting enough that I'm going to read...
Ilze
Ilze rated it 8 years ago
3 and a half stars. The main characters are interesting and the story has some interesting twists too. Didn't involve me emotionally with the main characters as much as I would like when reading a romance, and there are a few loose ends in the plot - e.g. who actually was Lakewood and what was the d...
 Gypsy's Hot Romance☼
Gypsy's Hot Romance☼ rated it 8 years ago
Lady Cassandra Vernham is a fallen woman through no fault of her own. She now lives with her Aunt Sophie who is single and has her own share of men of the world. Viscount Ambury also is a man of the world and in private a detective to the rich and famous. Cassandra is at the heart of many a tangle...
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