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Summerset Abbey: Spring Awakening Paperback – August 6, 2013
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This book failed to impress me much like the second book. I was hoping that Andrew would die leaving Prudence open to marry Sebastian then Rowena wouldn't have to marry Sebastian. That's really the only reason I continued to read these books.
I wish that T.J. Brown would have thought through who ends up with who because it doesn't make much sense to me. I found it all very random, but maybe he was trying to say something deep that went over my head. I honestly doubt it though.
For anyone who was misguided to read this book because it's just like Downton Abbey: don't. It's like Downton Abbey if we're talking about time period. Other than that, it doesn't compare remotely to Downton Abbey.
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Love the trilogy - plus the 4th book about Elaine - All of the books are just wonderful - I would read anything that T.J. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Katheryne A. Fahland
I enjoyed the trilogy, but felt that Spring Awakening was a weak ending for the saga,Published 17 months ago by Jo Ellen Gilliam
Very well written story about three women raised as sisters, until the death of their father. It also explains a lot about the class difference in wealthy families. Read morePublished 19 months ago by pamela parslow