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The Suffragette Scandal (The Brothers Sinister Book 4) by [Milan, Courtney]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2220 KB
  • Print Length: 260 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Courtney Milan (15 July 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00LNIR6SW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars 14 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #64,614 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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<i> “Don’t hide it on my account,” he growled. “You have the most damnably beautiful punctuation that I have ever seen. You make a man feel greedy.” </i>

Wistful. This book made me feel wistful, enchanted and a little bit sad, ladies and gents. It's extremely beautiful, and I think most authors would sell their souls to be able to manipulate words the way Miss Milan does.

However, last two books of Milan I find that I don't feel for her characters the way I used to feel. They are so brilliant on their own they really don't need each other to grow. They are already fully formed and don't require correction or redemption.

Free is an intrepid journalist and an owner of a newspaper "by women for women". She is a strong woman, a suffragette and she fights for what she believes with all her heart.

Edward is a scoundrel by his own definition, but we, readers, don't really see him the way he does. He is a brave, just man, an entrepreneur, a skillful manipulator and a professional forger due to his past, however he is NOT a scoundrel.

When Free and Edwards' paths collide he does everything in his power to help her because he admires her as a woman and as a person. They have amazing banter between them, and it's Edward who almost constantly yields to Free's iron will and expertise. I found that slightly tiring, - that absence of conflict between the main characters, and I also wasn't convinced by the attraction between them. Call me jaded, I know!

Overall, it's a wonderful read, and I really liked it. It just wasn't as powerful as Courtney's other books like, for example, The Heiress Effect.
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Sometimes you can judge a book by its cover! Sometimes you can go "yay! trashy romance!" and then sometimes you find something that is more than that! This is that rare thing, an excellently written historical romance! I actually read it first of the series (who can resist that title?) but you can leap in to any book without difficulty..

the writing is charming and light, even when dealing with the depth of the characters...who are extraordinary and yet totally vital and believable...

well researched, passionately delivered and genuinely life saving!
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I loved all of Courtney Milan's books (except for the Carhart series) due to the strength of the plot lines and the characterisation. Particularly liked the male lead in this one as he was sarcastically funny. Would highly recommend any of the Brothers Sinister books to anyone who likes historical romance fiction.
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I am so impressed with this series which has been a real revelation to me. A superb combination of romance( yes it's central to each book) with an intelligent analysis of some of the leading social issues of the day. The characters have all been engaging with the men being attractive to me because they have all been drawn to strong,intelligent ambitious women.
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None of Ms Milan's later works have been quite as good as 'Unravelled' and 'The Governess Affair' but this was probably the closest so far. Edward was an unusual hero and I thought he was extremely well-drawn.
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Phenomenal writing! The characters are very well drawn and the story is riveting. Frederica "Free" Marshall is a suffragette who runs her own newspaper which has 50,000 subscribers. Unprincipled people want to take her out because they don't like her message. However, she finds she has unexpected assistance in the person of Mr. Edward Clark who has come home to England after having been abandoned by his family in a war-torn country years earlier.

Although Edward has closed off his heart nice and tight due to what the reader senses is some horrendous darkness in his past, he is a loyal soul and has never been able to forget two young men he left behind - sons of a former servant on his family's estate and who are the true brothers of his heart and soul - Patrick and Stephen Shaughnessy. When he learns that his friends need his help, he immediately returns to England only to realize that in order to help his friends, he must also involve himself with Free and her newspaper business. Some readers may find the darkness in Edward's past difficult to stomach - I know I did - but I loved his persona. The dialogue and the chemistry between Edward and Free was over the top. I didn't care at all for the little background movement going on between Amanda and her friend Genevieve. Amanda's emotions were insecure, fuzzy and all over the chart and in my opinion didn't add anything to the storyline - in fact, I was slightly confused there for awhile. Nevertheless, Ms. Milan is one of the most absolutely amazing writers in this genre - her stories include great storylines and fascinating primary characters.
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I love that this book is clever and witty, showing that romance can be a bi-product of more than constrained desires and sudden social faux pas, but a meeting of minds, that desire can flourish from shared ideas. A wonderful plot, had me riveted from the beginning. Please write more romance like this!
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