The Mad Lord's Daughter
Publish date: August 7th 2012
Publisher: Zebra Books
Pages no: 353
Edition language: English
Book source ~ Purchased Miss Melissa Atwell has been confined to her suite of rooms ever since her mother died of a fever when she was 3. Her step-father, Rupert Atwell, only wanted to protect her, but for 18 years she’s been isolated from the world. With her father’s death and the sale of the man...
This novel is primarily plot driven and much in the style of a traditional Victoria gothic novel. I really found the characters likable and the story very engrossing. With that said, I have to say that the ending was a bit rushed and the resolutions were a bit of a letdown. Still, I couldn't put t...
"I have to tell you something - but NO ONE MUST EVER KNOW!" - sez the blabbermouth Lord to not one, but two different people. Why don't you just keep it to yourself? I thought this would be a fun gothic kind of tale, but it's not heading in that direction and I am already annoyed with all the charac...
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First impressions: It started off strong, then drooped and got repetitive in the middle, and then the ending was rushed. I liked the main couple, but I loved the secondary romance even more.
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