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Unlocked (A Turner Series) Kindle Edition
|Length: 181 pages||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled||
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The "tie me up so you see how bad I feel about bullying you" scene is just ridiculous.
The heroine having a wardrobe malfunction, then having not only a massive reversal of opinion in relation to forgiving the repentant hero, but rushing to have sex with him also rings false.
After ten years of suffering because of his and his fellow bullies actions she gets horizontal with him when he makes a few overtures begging her forgiveness? Really, is anyone that trusting? How can she be certain at that point that he and his cronies aren't planning a parting shot? Surely she would remain cautious for some time before she starts trusting him? And what woman who has guarded her virtue for so long casts it at the feet of a man who has been so cruel to her in the past?
The language is wrong for the period, there are quite a few Americanisms. It's a short, but not sweet or clean tale.
This little novella by Courtney Milan has received rave reviews pretty much everywhere. I'm not going to lie, I was absolutely thrilled when I discovered I could buy it for 86p on my Kindle, even though I'm in the UK. I downloaded it and read it within two days. It's a short novella, equivalent to about 100 pages in print, so it's best read straight in an evening (preferably alone, and with tissues if you're anything like me).
Anyway, despite the reviews, I was genuinely surprised at how well this worked. I often have trouble buying into short romances, because it's hard to believe they'd fall in love so fast, but this one just clicked with me instantly. The back story comes thick and fast, so we're prepared for the characters' reactions immediately. Plus, they tap right into that stereotype of the popular teenager longing for the wallflower, turning around and falling in love with her, then grovelling in order to win her heart back.Read more ›
I tend to read regency novels as an escapism. I love them, my secret guilty pleasure so I have read a fair few.
Whoever picks this book will know what to expect from a romance book such as this but it's the journey to the end that we want to be suprised with. And what a journey.
The development of the Hero & Heroine's relationship is believable and so very sweet. the reader feels Lady Elaine Warren pain and just as your allegiance is to the Heroine, you read about Evan and feel his pain too.
The book reminds me of those Hollywood romance films filled with angst and unrequited loves. Ones with the over - top -declaration, you know the ones with Sandra Bullock in.
I would have liked to have read more about their relationship, but alas as a short novel it will have to do. I have given this 4 purely because their relationship felt a little rushed in developing but this was more due to short story format.
It's a good light read , well written , enjoyable.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The story, while being an historical romance, does not follow the traditional recipe of history romances. I liked that a lot. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Kay G
Unlocked is a historical romance that shows that you can have bullies anywhere it was a good read and hope you enjoyPublished 7 months ago by dianne mcguire
A slight novel in the series. I found it rather superficial - things were resolved much too quickly given the initial premise.Published 11 months ago by gimmielinda
What a great little novella. Utterly captivating. Read it in a few hours it was so entertaining. Would definitely recommend.Published on 16 Aug. 2013 by Susan Hodges
Loved this book loved the story and the characters. Will definitely put it in my favourites and enjoy reading it again.Published on 23 July 2013 by Jangler
Ah that was lovely a gentle love story kept you going until the end I will look out for more off her booksPublished on 12 May 2013 by linda ann angus
Rubbish! too many cliches for my liking, and I don't think they spoke that badly in that period either. The only good thing, it was a short read........NEXT!Published on 24 April 2013 by sam
This is an unusual but enjoyable book. I thought it would be difficult to have a hero who had been a bully but the author achieved it. Read morePublished on 6 April 2013 by Paula Roberts
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