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This Scottish based historical romance has been an utter delight from start to finish, firmly rooted in the beginnings of the 19th century with King George IV on the throne.
The side plots of the beginnings of workers rights, female emancipation and the change in attitude within a nobility which had been resting on its laurels, are all superbly touched on throughout this series.
And the icing on the historical cake has been the truly beautiful men both depicted in this love story but also those representing them on the covers.
By the time we get to this third book in the Enlightenment series, David and Murdo know each other rather well. They can read each other’s manners and emotional reactions, they know each other’s tendencies and foibles. They do still have things yet to learn about one another, both in terms of history and how they can try and live their lives together, to have a future.
As much as they each may still close the other out sometimes, they each have learned how to also allow the other in when they need each other. This story is mostly about that, about their relationship, whether they can make it work, make the choices that would allow them to spend the rest of their days together, happily. Truly, that’s what it’s all about. With, of course, some excellently concocted obstacles, emotional and otherwise, to test these two. Even as I type this, I have a knowing smile on my face.
Besides their internal conflicts, there are still external forces at play. They both propel David and Murdo towards each other and threaten to separate them once and for all. Ms. Chambers knows these two men, which means details are unique to them, to only them. There are no overused or rehashed tactics or storylines here. Refreshing, it is, completely refreshing.
She also manages to make it feel like, as the reader, I’m right there with David and Murdo as things happen, as revelations are made.Read more ›
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I enjoyed this series the story was a bit predictable but easy to read an different to what I would usually go for.Published 18 months ago by littleauline
Excellent read a page turned, full of romance and gallantry, a story. That is old fashioned in its aristocratic way but so up to date of a love story - makes one feel the warmth if... Read morePublished 19 months ago by Ian F Payne
I don't usually like reading period fiction, preferring more contemporary settings; this series however, I absolutely loved. Definitely worth reading. Read morePublished on 28 Sept. 2014 by Patsy O
This is a dreary book, such dull drab prose and not a little fog around the writing, More than once I wanted to rewrite large chunks of it, it was so pedestrian. Read morePublished on 28 May 2014 by metrodrus
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