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    The Masterful Mr. Montague

    Barely made it through. Dialogue and flowery description are horrible.
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    Not about Montague's Masterfulnesst

    First off, let me start by saying in general I love Ms. Laurens' work. I have most of her books in my library and often check if she has any new releases. That being said this book was a bit of a let down because the book focused more on Barnaby Adair and his wife Penelope rather than Mr. Montague and Violet. In fact Penelope and Barnaby had more pages dedicated to their conversations than Montague and Violet. I really felt that the supposed hero and heroine of the story became secondary characters and that is indeed a shame.
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    Got Romance! Reviews - 4 Stars

    First I want to say I am a huge Stephanie Laurens fan. Fell in love with the Cynsters years ago. That said, this is not your typical SL book. When I first started reading it I was confused, where was the love story with Montague and Violet? Wait, why are we in the bedroom of the other two characters, and in their head. None of this fit the usual style. If you have read SL’s books you have seen Penelope in a few other books and her story with Adair has already been told in the previous book, Where the Heart Leads, and although I love to catch up with past characters, I do not need to be in their bedroom again. We have seen it and been there; we know their love story...I digress. I was confused enough to finally go to Ms. Laurens website where it states The Masterful Mr. Montague is a mystery with romantic elements. AHHHHHH well that's a horse of a different color isn’t it. So now that I am not expecting the typical SL romance I can get down to the mystery. And this is a mystery, in fact it's one of many and it appears that they will now include this whole group solving them. I have to say I didn’t guess who did it although there were times when I suspected. The story is good and I actually skimmed over the love scenes when they came (see above for why). My biggest complaint about the book is that the love story is shoved into the last few pages of the book and it is not given the time and the space these two characters deserve. I enjoyed these two very much and want to know more about them. Although I love the book, because the publisher is selling it as a romance I can't give it a 5, but because SL does explain on her website that it's a mystery with romantic themes it redeems the book back to a 4.
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