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McClairen's Isle: The Ravishing One von Connie Brockway
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Connie Brockway delivers her best with the third book in the McClairen's Isle Trilogy. "The Ravishing One" is a must read! From the glitter and glamour of 18th century London to the wild and untamed Scottish island know as McClairen's Isle, Ms. Brockway brings us Fia Merrick, daughter of the dispicable Ronald Merrick, Earl of Carr. Introduced in " The Passionate One," and again revisited in " The Reckless One," Ms. Brockway concludes this majestical trilogy with the best novel of them all. Fia Merrick is raised by her decadent father, Carr, to be nothing more than a high priced whore, or so Thomas Donne aka Thomas McClairen believes. Fia is… Mehr dazu
A Memory of Love von Bertrice Small
A Memory of Love von Bertrice Small
Bertrice Small has done it again, this time with A Memory of Love! Way to go, Bertrice! I was expecting another novel in Skye's Legacy, and was somewhat disappointed to discover that this was not it, however, I was pleasantly surprised to find that I really enjoyed A Memory of Love. I definately had to add this one to my 'Bertrice Small Collection'. Rhonwyn urch Llywelyn, illegitimate daughter of the Prince of Wales in 1257 Wales, was both a strong and compassionate herione. Edward's character was somewhat shallow, therefore I was pleased with the outcome. I did wish, however, that Rafe's character would have played a bigger part throughout the story. The character's of Glynn… Mehr dazu