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4.0 out of 5 stars Compelling characters....
Midnight Lady has compelling characters and an intriguing storyline that kept me turning the pages to the end. While not as adventurous as her earliest novels, this one has all the elements a classic romance should have. I enjoyed it very much!
Published on 29 Dec 1998

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3.0 out of 5 stars 'Rogers is Rogers'
Brett, or the Duke of Wolverton, was a clone of Roger's Steven Morgan of 'Sweet Savage Love'. While the locations differ, Wolverton could be considered Steve Morgan's father, exhibiting the same dangerous, brutal, sarcastic, and abusive characteristics of Morgan. Wolverton was not a character that you loved or even liked, and you feel very little empathy for Kyla,...
Published on 27 May 1999


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3.0 out of 5 stars 'Rogers is Rogers', 27 May 1999
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This review is from: Midnight Lady (Mass Market Paperback)
Brett, or the Duke of Wolverton, was a clone of Roger's Steven Morgan of 'Sweet Savage Love'. While the locations differ, Wolverton could be considered Steve Morgan's father, exhibiting the same dangerous, brutal, sarcastic, and abusive characteristics of Morgan. Wolverton was not a character that you loved or even liked, and you feel very little empathy for Kyla, the heroine. But Rogers did something different in this novel than she would have in the 1970s, her heroine did not sleep around. Refreshing for Rosemary Rogers. But Rosemary Rogers is one of the 'queens of romance' and she managed to captivate me enough to sit through the night in order to finish. The novel contained enough intrique, danger, and mystery to keep me turning the pages, constantly wondering if Wolverton would ever 'grow' a heart since it seems he wasn't born with one. But alas, when he told his cousin's widow that he agreed upon a marriage between her daughter and the suitor HER DAUGHTER chose instead of her mother, I finally said, 'yes, Wolverton, you do have possibility'.
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3.0 out of 5 stars Not very romantic, 31 Mar 1998
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This review is from: Midnight Lady (Mass Market Paperback)
It amazed me that Kyla ever managed to fall in love with Brett. From start to finish he was horrible to her. I thought there weren't enough tender expressions of his character to make him loveable. It seems they only had physical attraction to go on. All that aside it was still a pleasant read.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Compelling characters...., 29 Dec 1998
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Midnight Lady has compelling characters and an intriguing storyline that kept me turning the pages to the end. While not as adventurous as her earliest novels, this one has all the elements a classic romance should have. I enjoyed it very much!
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1.0 out of 5 stars No romance!, 29 Nov 1998
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I never liked Rosemary Roger's male characters very much but this one is the worst. What has he ever done to earn Kyla's love? He always treats her bad. Even when it comes to sex he's a brute. If you like sensible romantic lovers, forget it!
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