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The Reiver - Jackie Barbosa
The Reiver
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Jackie Barbosa, Kimberly Killion (Illustrator),NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition,Pub by Circe Press
Jackie Barbosa, Kimberly Killion (Illustrator),NOOK Book (eBook), English-language edition,Pub by Circe Press
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Format: ebook
ISBN: 2940012692894 (0012692891)
Publisher: Circe Press
Pages no: 22
Edition language: English
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Tea, Rain, Book
Tea, Rain, Book rated it
1.5 Experiment Fail
So this was a free short story (emphasis on short - about 22 pages of story give or take) that I downloaded because I wanted to try out the author. I am not a big fan of Scottish/Highlander stuff, but I like this world setting in the story (border lands). Please Note: This story was originally publi...
Bitten by Romance
Bitten by Romance rated it
1.0 The Reiver
Another freebie I could finish. The same old, same old problems, head-hopping and way too short to offer any character, romance, or story development. I would have rather payed and gotten a better developed book then wasted any time with this one.
Literary Ames
Literary Ames rated it
2.0 The Reiver by Jackie Barbosa
Length, laziness and/or problems meeting the deadline killed this short story, originally published as part of The Mammoth Books of Scottish Romance. Quite frankly, it’s an embarrassment to the author as I suspect Ms. Barbosa is capable of producing something of much higher quality. Continue readi...
DemonessTenebrae rated it
2.0 Too short for a large amount of information
Short, sweet tale set in the 1500's Scotland. It is based on real events, the feud between Maxwells and Johnstones. The main characters are a product of imagination. The heroine, Jaime Johnstone is caught in stealing the cattle and mistaken for a boy brought to the Maxwell dungeon. When Duncan Maxwe...
Rabbit Reads
Rabbit Reads rated it
2.0 The Reiver
Yeah, I highly doubt enemies would become lovers that quickly.This would have made a better novel instead of a short story, with more plot and more character development to make it more believable.
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