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Eulogy's Secret (The Huntley Trilogy Book 1) by [Elliot, Grace]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 610 KB
  • Print Length: 240 pages
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B005XD5IBA
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars 12 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #85,255 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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This classic romantic tale begins with a chance encounter, a gallant deed and element of mystery. For when Eulogy Foster, a country girl by nature, is forced to seek help from family in the city, she's not only naïve to the dangers of city life she is soon faced with rejection and ongoing malicious contempt from her kinsman. Set upon by vagabonds her rescuer pertains to immunity to her charms but Jack Huntley fears he has let his heart rule his head. As events unfold it is Eulogy who seemingly has to redeem herself against wild accusations of immoral behaviour, her kinsman solely intent on ruination of her name and her banishment from society. There are many intriguing questions posed within this story and all are answered, eventually, but not before Jack Huntley and Eulogy Foster are faced with hell in differing guises. Can true hearts win the day? Ah well, you'll have to the purchase the book to find out!
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I thought all the way through this book I would rate it 5*. As daft as it sounds I just love a book to have a good cover and for it to relate well to the content. This one couldn't have been better. A beautiful cover which depicts Eulogy to a tee and also sets the scene for a beautiful historical romance.

I downloaded my copy 26.02.12 and couldn't believe it was free at that time! Since then, I noticed, that the author has added to the synopsis that this was the second edition and the format had been corrupted. I decided I'd still give it a go and to be honest, yes it had been, examples - only one or two words on some lines, typos and transposed words. However the writing and literary content was good and therefore didn't distract too much, certainly not enough to ruin a very good story.

There's a good synopsis and some other very detailed reviews so I won't go into the actual plot. The characters were excellent. Not just Eulogy and Jack Huntley the main players, both extremely like-able. All the characters were well written and convincing. I don't think I could have detested Lord, Lucien Devlin more!

I would have given 5*, even with the corrupted format, but unfortunately there was an event, just before the end of the book which I just didn't like and wished hadn't happened. That said, that's just my personal taste and I would definitely look to read more by this talented author.

Good light hearted read which I would recommend at the current selling price as long as the corrupted format has been rectified.
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Eulogy's Secret is the tale of Eulogy who turns up in town and loses her possessions and papers to prove who she is. She gets taken in by someone who knew her secret mother (purely because she looks like her) and the story is how she goes about proving herself. Since this is a romance, it is also how she falls in love with a man outside her station and all the smouldering looks and touches that come with that.

I'm not really one for this kind of romance, but I've tried a few recently and I think it will become a secret pleasure of mine.

I was drawn into the story and enjoyed the writing. Nothing was too over the top and ridiculous.
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Eulogy's Secret is a lovely romantic book which had me engrossed right from the start. The great description of old London and the dialogue between characters are a treat. It is evident that the author has done lots of research to get this just right and it provided me with an extra real interest amongst the excellent plot. The atmosphere is very well described by the author in phrases such as, "..before passing the malignant gray walls of the workhouse...".
The romance starts right away and I was immediately engaged with the characters and very satisfied with the ending, hoping to see Devlin in some way outwitted I was not disappointed.
There is steamy romance, fun, adventure, and danger in this well written book. Eulogy is a lovely character and so is Jack Huntley. You can't help but like him right at the start of the book with his amusing thoughts and then by the end of the book you are in love with him.
I really enjoyed this book and if you are looking for an historical romance that is amusing, entertaining, gripping, very romantic you cannot go wrong with this book.
I will be looking out for the next book in the series.
This has to have five stars it's delicious.
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Another title from the brilliant Grace Elliot - book one of the Huntley Trilogy, Eulogy's Secret. A story of a seemingly innocent and naïve, but beautiful county girl, who travels to London after the death of her adoptive parents to seek out her real brother. Mugged on arrival she loses everything of value but quickly falls in love with the man that saves her from the muggers. Her rescuer, Jack Huntley, a member of high society London and landed gentry rapidly falls in love with this mysterious country girl. A gripping story of forbidden love that survives despite adversity and flourishes once Eulogy tells Jack her secret. I particularly love the way this author develops her characters and finished this book feeling as thought I had made new friends. This is beautiful and incredibly well researched story, what Ms Elliot doesn't know about British History isn't worth knowing.
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