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by Maire Claremont
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WhiskeyintheJar Romance
WhiskeyintheJar Romance rated it 6 years ago
Recommended by Cherie3.4 starsThe first 5 chapters of this was dark, gothic, and vastly intriguing but as the story went on, it lost me. Ian and Eva spend most the time running and though they internally think about their connection, until the last 20% or so when they start the touching/coming toget...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 7 years ago
3.5
Lynn Spencer - All About Romance
Lynn Spencer - All About Romance rated it 8 years ago
I gave this a C- at All About Romance, so 2.5 stars.The Dark Lady is one of those books that intrigued me from the moment I saw the synopsis - drug-addicted heroine, dark and gothic-sounding plot - I really looked forward to this debut. And then I read it. It caught my attention at first, but ultima...
stitchreadcook
stitchreadcook rated it 8 years ago
After the death of her husband, Eva tragically loses her child and is locked away to protect her and her family. Unfortunately for Eva, this is one of the most horrible places she could be – drugged to keep quiet, at the mercy of other inmates, the staff and independence curbed.Society believes Eva...
Red Hot Books
Red Hot Books rated it 8 years ago
Maire Claremont is embracing the dark side of Victorian London with this first installment of her Mad Passions series. Our heroine, Eva, isn't mad, but after what she has endured, no one hesitates to believe her late husband's brother when he claims otherwise. Not only did her husband Hamilton die,...
ebooks are my thang
ebooks are my thang rated it 8 years ago
I enjoyed several components of this book, particularly the dark Victorian setting and the creepy asylum the heroine is imprisoned at. There is a scene in the beginning of the book that had me holding my breathe, it was so intense. I love the trope of friends to lovers, and in this case the hero and...
Lisa/Rogues Under the Covers
Lisa/Rogues Under the Covers rated it 8 years ago
I have been eagerly anticipating Máire Claremont's debut as it sounded lush and unique and I am pleased to say she delivered! This haunting tale of love lost and then slowly found again was a pleasure to get lost in. Lady Eva Carin suffered the greatest loss a mother can bear and while she was in th...
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