From the first book of the Cynster family, Devils Bride, the stories of the younger females is very tame and unimaginitive so unless she can come up with a better adventure I don't think anything can help this set of twins stories.
sure, sometimes the performance has a lot to do with the story line
just humdrum same old nothing.
I usually lover her books but just not these.
would definately read trilogy a second and possiblymore times
actually i thoroughhly enjoyed the whole book
life to the story
no enjoyed the whold book
would love to see this trilogy in a moves already have a few actors in mind for cast
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I'm not sure who would like this book. The plot is almost the same as the first in the series, Viscount Brekinridge to the Rescue. A lord from the North kidnaps a Cynster female to take her back to the castle; then a dashing man from the ton recuses her and the Lord follows to make sure the man is honorable and that the kidnap didn't ruin her. They look over the map and try to find ways to escape the Lord believing he will harm them. At least Breckenridge had an interesting character and a better plot. In Eliza the couple actually wants to get married and everybody else doesn't think they should. This is truly a stupid book!
No. I love historical, regency romance and I love Stephanie Laurens, but if she continues to do series like this one, I'll never buy another one of her books. I can't imagine what she was thinking.
Well, maybe it's more that the story / script / dialogue is so stupid. Probably not a good book in which to rate Brenher
Anger that I wasted the money to buy it. Severe disappointment.
Grave disappointment. Not like any of the other Cynster novels.
There were so many infinitesimal details about getting away from the kidnappers that I had to keep reminding myself what the story was really about.
Brenher used a boring monotone the entire time. The only distinction between characters was that he whispered for the female's part.
I should have paid more attention to the previous reviews, they were right. The narrator was inexcusably bad, but so was the book.