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  • A surprising wrap-up to the Sinclair girls' story

    I am so glad that I read the first two books in this series, as they provided background to Surrender to Ruin. Nothing has changed in the Sinclair household, but Emily has done a good job of holding her pose so that there is no inkling of the true state of affairs in her family home. Bracebridge is well aware of Emily's infatuation for him, however he still recalls her as the lighthearted, energetic, mischievous young girl, and later as the social butterfly at society events. Even though he is attracted to her, there is a part of him that despises her especially after he lost his first love, leaving him morose and melancholic. In some ways this story is very sad as Emily's love for Bracebridge is as strong as ever, and the only reason he married her was to take revenge on her malevolent father. There is a good background to this story and it is well written, however I did feel that there was an overabundance of bedroom scenes. I was glad however, to read the wrap-up of the Sinclair girls' stories but it would have been so nice if their degenerate father had fallen off a cliff or landed in the bottom of coal mine! I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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