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9 of 9 people found the following review helpful
on 1 July 2012
this is the first book I have read of Catherines, and I was pleasantly surprised at the depth of the characterisation of the protagonists. Neither of them was perfect , and is common with this genre the woman Aurora was quite strong and opiionated, but then , if she was weak ,there would have been no story. All in all I found this a very satisfactory read and have already downloaded 2 more of her books.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 17 October 2012
My first Catherine Gayle book, and I loved it. The characters are very well drawn, and the interaction between Aurora and Quin is all you would expect of a good author. The twists and turns until we finally arrive at a very satisfactory ending keep you wanting to go on to the next page and the next (even if it is well past bed time!) Definitely worth reading.
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on 18 June 2015
Sometimes I think people are either too easily pleased, don't read enough or have enough diversity in their reading material to base their reviews on. This book was okay, nothing more and certainly did not warrant the five star reviews. The hero Quin was absolutely horrible, selfish, inconsiderate, nasty and downright cruel. Mind you, can't really blame him, the heroine was one of those too stupid to live women, it took her about 10 chapters before she realised who the person leaking the letters was. Plus I didn't get the love between these two, just didn't work somehow. When are some authors (female) going to stop letting the man always get the better of the woman in any argument and stop forgetting his awful mistreatment of her just to have sex. I loved Quin's friend Jonas though, he was the only bright light in this otherwise dim tunnel.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 11 March 2014
I enjoyed this book. I had thought it might be similar to many of this genre but I was wrong. This was very well written with great characters and I was reluctant to put it down.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 20 June 2014
No house work done while reading this book each chapter had me rushing to read the next chapter cannot wait to read more Catherine Gayle books.
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on 4 October 2012
I have not read any of Catherine's books before but I will certainly follow them if they are anything like this one. I could not put it down, the characters were so likeable and the romance quite sweet though steamy at times although always with love which is absolutely charming. My words cannot do it enough justice but what I would say is it is well worth reading. I'm just shopping for my next Catherine Gayle novel. Jackie S
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
on 17 September 2013
Enjoyed but the dairy entries where a bore lucky they filtered out as story went on for a free read it was ok
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on 19 June 2013
Normally, in most romance novels, the lead male is usually of a strong character and perfect (of course, not that perfect such that a woman's touch wouldn't go amiss). In this case, Quinn (lead male) is definitely flawed and it's only with Aurora's presence that he shows any improvement. I found this very interesting, perhaps because it's the woman "rescuing" the man. Definitely worth a read!
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on 6 October 2014
Good historical romance. Makes a change for the male lead to be a rake to start with and then be transformed by his wife into a reputable gentleman. Aurora is of course a strong character, but as other reviewers have said, neither lead characters are perfect.

Don't be misled by the picture - Quin has long hair, not the modern style shown!
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on 26 March 2013
Love the story. Adore the despondent and beaten hero struggling to make a relationship of any kind work. Enjoyed the confused and determined heroine. There is a problem with the time line though as Quin's problems appear to be continuing in 1813, the beginning of the next book, when they should be solved in 1812, the end of this one.
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