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  • Engaging and Enjoyable!

    ‘The Lady’s Revenge’ by Arabella Sheraton picks up the story from the previous novella ‘Lord Blackwood’s Valentine Ball’. Lord Blackwood’s declaration of love to Patience Cherwell at the Valentine Ball had made all her dreams come true. She could not understand why Henrietta Paisley, society’s matchmaker, was so distraught as her plans of getting Patience together with Lord Blackwood had succeeded. Patience was shocked to discover the reason for Henrietta’s distress. Letitia DeVere was back! She had been romantically entangled with Lord Blackwood and they had been engaged to be married. Everyone had thought Letitia had died in Italy but now this viper was back to dash her dreams. Will Letitia’s hopes of marrying Lord Blackwood be revived all over again? The plot takes an interesting turn when Letitia finds out how Lord Blackwood had won Patience’s heart. Letitia was choked with rage and she could not come to terms with the fact that Lord Blackwood had forgotten her for someone else. She thought, ‘Charles is mine. I will get him back even if it kills me. I must see him as soon as possible.’ She decides on a plan to turn Lord Blackwood against Patience and go back to Letitia. I like the manner in which Arabella builds up the suspense and keeps readers curious till the very end. It will be nice if readers can read the prequel first because the two books go together as a complete story. As always Arabella’s twists and turns in the story make the romance exciting, and while the frustration on Patience’s part is palpable, Letitia’s meanness and evil mind are surprising. Arabella manages to bring in the contrasting images of these two characters significantly in the story, which is good to shift the focus from the romantic angle. All the characters are well sketched, as in all her stories, and the detailed descriptions take you right into the scenes.

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