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    Looking forward to more from Darby

    This is a 3- to 3.5-star book for me. * * * I'm a big fan of Sabrina Darby and enjoyed her novellas, and, like many of her fans, I kept wondering how her voice and vision would translate in a longer format. When Lord of Regrets was announced (and released), I was very excited to read it. While I had some problems with how the plot is structured (and resolved), I have to say that all the qualities I loved about Sabrina Darby's novellas are also found in Lord of Regrets, and then some. Here's the part of the plot that confuses me a bit: at the highest emotional point of the story, when Natasha expresses all the fear, anger,and resentment that she's kept inside her (read Chapter 20), Marcus decides to leave for a diplomatic mission to France. I would've wanted him to stay and work things out with Natasha. I would've wanted him to fight out it with her ... Instead, he disappears, leaving Natasha to sort so many things out on her own: 1. It is discoversed that Natasha was Marcus's former mistress. 2. It is discovered that they have an illegitimate child. 3. Marcus's grandfather manipulates Natasha into "spying" for him. It is the introduction of the spy element that threw me a bit off kilter. The story already worked so well without it, and what it does is take focus away from the heart of the story. Marcus in France (and the late introduction of a half-sibling -- read Chapter 27) also felt extraneous. Instead of helping resolve their situation, it complicated things even further. Granted, it does allow Marcus to make a grand gesture of selflessness (read Chapter 29) -- I still would have loved to see our hero and heroine work things out together, rather than apart. Lord of Regrets is a very dramatic and emotional read. I'm so glad to see Sabrina Darby writing full-length novels, and look forward to reading more from her. Full review on my blog: Love Saves the World
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    Enjoyable read

    Good twists and turns in the plot. Very enjoyable read. Characters were interesting and well-written. Great humour throughout. Recommend for light reading

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