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The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae (Cynster Sisters Trilogy) Mass Market Paperback – 1 May 2012
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"Absolutely rompalicious, THE CAPTURE OF THE EARL OF GLENCRAE, the third and final novel in best-selling author Stephanie Laurens' CYNSTER SISTERS trilogy, is a passion-filled, witty historical romance that will keep you enthralled from the very first page."--Romance Review Junkies
"Laurens has created another incredible series connected to the Cynsters and Bastion Club. The marvelous adventure story is wrapped in an exciting plot built around a dynamic hero and a heroine whose depth of emotion reaches out to touch the reader on every level. Superb!" Romantic Times, Top Pick!--Romantic Times BOOKclub
Absolutely rompalicious, THE CAPTURE OF THE EARL OF GLENCRAE, the third and final novel in best-selling author Stephanie Laurens CYNSTER SISTERS trilogy, is a passion-filled, witty historical romance that will keep you enthralled from the very first page. --Romance Review Junkies"
Laurens has created another incredible series connected to the Cynsters and Bastion Club. The marvelous adventure story is wrapped in an exciting plot built around a dynamic hero and a heroine whose depth of emotion reaches out to touch the reader on every level. Superb! Romantic Times, Top Pick!--Romantic Times BOOKclub"
The concluding novel in a brand new trilogy, linked to the popular Cynster series, by the reigning queen of historical romance: Stephanie Laurens --This text refers to the Paperback edition.See all Product description
Top Customer Reviews
He explains that he is being blackmailed and the price to be paid is the disgrace of any one of the sisters. It all goes back to Cecila Cynster when she made her comeout many years before. Of course there is a twist, The Laird then discovers that not only his mother, but the head of a fueding clan is out to distroy him and his people for their own ends.
Naturally the male Cynsters eventually find them, just as things come to a head with two deaths and of course three marriages.
With the necklace passed on to Henrietta, there are still a couple of stories to come.
I bought this book IN ENGLAND. Thinking this might be a good representation of how it was before. And the only thing to recommend it is its lovely cover. It's a dead boring book with tons of clear americanisms in manner of speech and thinking. It's a great disappointment and waste of time and money, especially this novel of all the novels I have ever purchased from her.
it's as if she has a template text ready and just re-writes the names, I get the feeling that it's as if she has an intern to just write parts of it and publishes in her name (i'm not saying she does but her motivation to actually do justice to the reader is lacking). feels so dead to me. supposed to be the cliamx of the series (I have all three books and the best one in this series is the second one) and it puts me to sleep as to how boring it is.
I mean the scenes where she writes about them in the pub together before they leave on the coach together, it's as if they are boarding a plane. take out the word 'coach' and replace it with 'plane', 'waiting hall', it's a great disappointment, Might as well be a diner in texas for the way the text is built up the way it has been written with clear ignorant americanisms in the text. Hardly any dialogue and all of it passively written makes it even more boring. The story is slow moving, barely probable and barely any drama, like as if it's normal and acceptable to be kidnapped and she should just accept it 'cos she has a hero and she thinks that makes everything ok.
Have bought 5 of her books and recognize this is her style I have decided to avoid her books as they are generally a let down due to the irritating ignorant americanisms and 'template text' feeling, so no one can say that I haven't tried to give her a chance.
However I was somewhat confused reading this book because it features dear great aunt Clara. As I, like many others I suspect, have been reading these books as numbered in the Cynster family chart when she first appeared I thought, hang on, she died some books back. Which is in fact the case. In the list book number 10 "The Perfect Lover", Simon Cynster and Portia Ashford's story, it quite clearly states that Simon has inherited his estate from Clara almost immediately you start reading the book yet Angelica and Dominic's story is number 18, eight books later yet clearly taking place before "The Perfect Lover". So I actually went back through the books and put together a timeline based on the dates the books take place to give the correct reading order.Read more ›
Oh, and sorry for being crude, but has anyone else wondered why these girls don't get pregnant?! I know it's not realism, but still!
Anyway, overall, a satisfying and sexy romance!
Most Recent Customer Reviews
This was a good read and neatly rounded off this trio of novrlsPublished 13 months ago by Lyn Edwards
I bought this on kindle as a book group choice. I had no idea what the cover looked like. I thought it was a Mills & Boon.Published 16 months ago by Sue Johnson
I have enjoyed this trilogy as much as any of the other series by Ms Laurens, but this book was exceptionally well written and brought all the threads together in a very... Read morePublished 17 months ago by mobell
A wonderful trilogy of the Cynster Sisters, all three very exciting , as usual three very good novels from Stephanie Laurens.Published 21 months ago by Rita M. Cole
Suspense to the end. Good plot ..what happened to Dominic's boys at the wedding ?? What happen to the promise to them?Published on 27 Mar. 2015 by rositachubb