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    Suducing the bride

    Enjoyable read, colourful characters and story, good baddy, piartes and hero cat make the story. Liked that the story wasn't set with the ton.
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    Title a bit misleading as it was the bride seducing the husband into love

    The book ploughed through the sound plot in a rational way but lacked profoundness in it's high points & true suspense in it's danger. The hero & villain were a tad puppet like & needed fleshing out; the hero came across as jerk/idiot/handsome, not someone we are drawn to. The promising beginning of a sensitive caring man (picking up stray pets etc) was not developed as it could have been while he still could have remained fearful of love. Mediocre but promising.
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    Barbados wasn't all smiles and sunshine

    The main story was good, but frankly I couldn't get past how the island of Barbados was used as a backdrop for this historical romance. The "workers" on the sugar plantation were called "natives" and it was all just an exotic stage for the story. The native population of Barbados were wiped out by, or fled the Europeans. Those delightful dark skinned plantation workers were chattel slaves descended from Africans. Slavery wasn't abolished until 1834. I know it's not the focus of the story, but let's please at least acknowledge what those people went through. Rant over.
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    A Great Adventure

    Isobel Hampton has to run from her house to escape a killer. The dark streets of London are no place for a frightened young woman to be. Impoverished Lord Beckett Thornby is finding out just who is a real friend and who just wanted his money. When circumstances change our hero and heroine must make instant decisions that will turn both of their lives upside down. Just how far must they go to escape our villain. He will stop at nothing to get what he wants, and is a very dangerous enemy. A marvellous historical romance with a lot of adventure. The characters are very unusual for this era. Even the animal characters are lots of fun. Captain Black is very special. This is the first book in a series that I will definitely be reading more of. I loved it.
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    Sobad

    I hate this book why is it about kissing please tell me
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