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Capturing Cora (Romps & Rakehells Book 1) by [Ellis, Madelynne]
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Capturing Cora (Romps & Rakehells Book 1) Kindle Edition

3.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
Book 1 of 3 in Romps & Rakehells (3 Book Series)

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About the Author

Madelynne Ellis is a multi-award winning author of erotic romance. Her novels and short stories have been published by a variety of houses and have been translated into several languages. She lives in the UK, not far from the Welsh border with her partner of 20 + years, their two adorable children, a crazy puppy and a chocoholic rabbit. Madelynne drinks decaf out of preference , and has a healthy obsession with a certain Japanese rock star. Her aim is to deliver scorching, character-driven stories that enchant, torment and don’t shy from darker aspects of life.

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 832 KB
  • Print Length: 70 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Incantatrix Press (9 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LOVXU7O
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  • Average Customer Review: 3.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
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I received a copy of Capturing Cora from Netgalley in exchange for my review.

Bran and Cora have grown up together, though now that it is Cora's Season things have changed slightly. Cora has made a bet with her friends, the first one of them to get a genuine proposal wins a gift from each of them. Bran, always being a fan of big gestures, thinks that he can win Cora's heart by expressing his own and winning her the contest. Cora is shocked by Bran's flamboyant proposal and wants to believe that he is genuine but just can't. Bran then sets out to prove himself and ends up using methods that he hadn't actually considered before, and are only possible because of Cora's penchant for doing things she isn't supposed to.

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Capturing Cora is a quick read, and enjoyed as such it is great. Though as it is a short read not many of the characters are expanded on much and the setting is fairly basic. Though at the time of reading it was the kind of read that I was after, so in that respect it was perfect.

What I liked about Cora was that she wasn't a blushing woman who was scared of what came next. Instead she knew what she wanted and went to get things (well she went to get Bran). Though I liked this, in some ways it didn't fit so well with the era but it worked for the book.

Even though it was short and there wasn't much time to develop the characters I did feel that Bran and Cora had a history of affection (and fun) and that that had developed into love. There was also a good amount of chemistry between them which made their interactions have more weight.

I also liked the fact that the language used in the book wasn't old fashioned, but wasn't modern either which made it feel right to the era without being difficult to read. I like the way that this works in books and thought that it was good in this one.
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This is the first in the Romps and Rakehells series, both a good story in itself and setting the scene for the tales that follow. Capturing Cora is well written (unlike a lot of the erotic fiction out there). It is passion filled and sexy. Highly recommended; I enjoyed it a lot. Madelynne Ellis is a great writer, I'll be reading more of her books in future.
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By Ali H on 8 May 2015
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Have given this 4 stars because it was free If I had paid,would probably have given it 3 It is good and the perfect length if there is not the time to get stuck into a full book It is nothing remarkable,but is better than some I have read Good to have a woman with balls instead of the delicate little flower type ! I do love an historical !
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Another great little novella from Madelynne. Love how she squishes so much playfulness and detail into her writing.
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