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Beloved Enemy Mass Market Paperback – 6 Jun 2013
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I did not like, however, the 'I-hate-you-becuase-you-are-the-enemy,-but-can't-help-but-loving-you' storyline. I realize that is the title of the book and the whole premise of the relationship, but I didn't like it. The pretext Virginia keeps putting up, just didn't seem believable. If she hated Alex so much she could never have done what whe did, if she loved him, she could never have done what she did. I felt that you couldn't have it both ways, or atleast not the way THIS story was written. I also didn't appreciate what happens with Virginia's personal life. I don't want to give too much of the story away, but I felt that the second half of this story went WAY beyond credibility. After Virginia leaves England, there is not too much of the story I found redeming. It was an enjoyable read becuase the writting style was so fluid, but I had a pretty hard time getting into the plot.
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Should be scolded roundly. Henrietta Maria's court dresses are gorgeous including her riding habits. Miss Feather writing deserves accurate eye candy covers.
This author is a master when weaving plot twists, characters, and events leading to a final battle to determine which government will reign. The reader is introduced to family members, learns of their disputes, and becomes attached to two remarkable personalities. Their final obstacle is a real doosey and involves moving to a new continent. By book's end, our lovers are happily united and looking forward to a peaceful future.
My only criticism of this book is its length. By dividing this book into two sections, the reader would know that the first half is political and the second half personal.