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I think the Cynster lost their sparkle,
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This review is from: And Then She Fell (Cynster Sisters) (Paperback)
I am not sure what Ms Laurens thought while writing this story but it is a way off compared to her original Bar Cynster ones. Even the Bastion Club ones are better.
First I liked Henrietta but her "fell" for James was just boring and far too fast and without any kind of sparkle or her usual sexual tension. It seems that Ms Laurens realised that after 100 pages the story was over and she then added a murder mystery on. First I thought "great, Adair and Stokes back again" but this part also lacked any kind of interest.
The seduction was even more tame than in her earlier works like "Four in a hand".
I re-read an earlier Cynster book at the moment and you can really see the differences. This I can't lay down, Henrietta I could forget about very fast.
I still have the 5th book on pre-order, mainly because I feel Mary is a bit more interesting than her sister. Let's hope I am not disappointed again.
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Initial post: 11 Jul 2013 12:48:23 BDT
H. Dunn says:
I have to say I am in total agreement with you. Ususally I cannot put stephanie's books down once I start reading, on this occasion I put it down to deal with a LARGE BASKET OF IRONING!!!! I though Henrietta' character was going to be interesting, like her siblings how very dissapointing.
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