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Falling for Frederick Kindle Edition
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Errors aside, it is a pleasant enough tale with plenty of potential which is never achieved. I rarely felt much menace from the villains, nor indeed did the heroine seem overly worried. More menace and tension would have improved things. The dialogue is terribly contrived and (as previously referred to) sounds more like a travelogue at times. There are no real sparks between the hero and heroine so it comes across as two rather dull people who will live happily but boringly ever after.
It gets three stars because I have seen much worse but I am very glad I bought it on special offer.
The plot lacks the sophistication of a Mills and Boon romance and is irrefutabley predictable throughout.
A somewhat tedious novel.
Fully recommend it
my love of history and stately homes had me enthralled. although I do not personally know of these homes, it was a pleasure to read. the passion showed by the gentry to the academia world of these stately homes was remarkable. it may not be a true representation of homes but it did convey knowledge and charm.
only downside was my guess from near the beginning of the book.
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I have read three novels by this author now and I heartily recommend all of them, the stories are really well written and are very hard to put downPublished 3 months ago by Marianne
Very good, fantastic in fact. will buy other books of this author if and when I find them. Thank youPublished on 22 April 2014 by merilyn deane
This book is slow moving - difficult paraphrasing - boring & easy tp predict - yawn, yawn & worse, ordered in 2 formats by mistakePublished on 29 Mar. 2014 by dorothy elliott
I . enjoyed the story but found it a little bit too much like `Mills & Boon` for my likingPublished on 20 Mar. 2014 by madeleine mary
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Pleasant ' Who dun it' for those who like an English Country House setting. Characters sympathetic (or otherwise). Cute little romance.Published on 20 Feb. 2014 by LesleyU