2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 27 July 1997
The Valentine Legacy is excactly what you would except from Coulter, perfect!!!! I had read the other two Legacys before reading this one (I bought them all at the same time because I love COulter's style!!) and I loved the way she linked all of the characters lives together letting us read more of the Duchess and Marcus( my two favorite characters). Keep writing Cathrine!! :-)
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
A very nice and enjoyable tale the last and I think the best of a trilogy.
We first met James and his family in the Wyndham Legacy and I loved hearing James's story. As usual the characters are likable and lively and the book as a whole a very enjoyable read. I hated when I finished it as I wanted to go on reading about them but then Coulter always leaves you wanting more
2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
on 8 November 1998
This is one of my most favorite books by Coulter. I have read it so many times that I had to get a new copy. I found Jessie endearing in her hilarious attempts to make herself into the kind of woman that James would notice. James is oblivious to her except as a racing appointent until fate strikes sending her fleeeing to England and his relatives. When James finds her she has been transformed from a tomboy to a beautiful woman. As they find eachother they also find a mystery that still haunts Jessie. This book has it all.
0 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 24 January 1997
This book is really great. I have read all of the books in the trilogy as well as the viking trilogy, and this is one of the best. It has a great plot, a good mystery, and intriguing characters. I was constantly wondering what would happen next. It didn't seem as if Jessie and James would ever, or could ever get together.
One thing I especially like about Caltherine Coulter's trilogies are that she uses the characters from her previous books again, so you get even more insight into them.
For any Catherine Coulter fans, or romance fans in general, this book is a must.