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- Publication Date : June 14, 2018
- File Size : 431 KB
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print Length : 246 pages
- Publisher : SK Private Label Publications (June 14, 2018)
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07CRLJ6NB
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Page Numbers Source ISBN : 1719432791
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #435,582 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
- Customer Reviews:
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- Hundred year old mystery is muddled when surname and home of Grandfather's lover is mixed up with his wife's maiden name.
- Heroine's mystery. Unclear timeline of Mothers life, events makes one question reason for secret marriage, etc.
I do hope author clarifies and updates book for sake of future readers. Since mysteries were major part of plot, must downgrade an otherwise good story 2.5*.
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For those who care, this book does contain sex within marriage, but it is not really explicit. It might still offend anyone who prefers clean romances, though.
I really liked both Richard and Cressida in this story. They were tricked into a marriage of convenience, but they turned out to be perfect for each other, and ended up in love.
I liked how Richard didn't blame Cressida when he found out they had been "blackmailed" into marriage. Many men would have, even though it wasn't her fault. He even helped her discover the truth about her biological father and then helped to clear her father's name.
I thought the addition of the ghost to the story was fun. It provided an interesting plot twist, and the ghost ended up helping Cressida/Richard grow together as a couple.
I'm looking forward to reading the last book in the Ridlington series.
My rating system is below.
1 star -- Hated it, or did not finish. I usually only give this rating if some of the content is truly objectionable to me, like if one of the main characters does something really awful, and gets away with it.
2 stars -- Didn't like it. This rating usually means that I thought the writing wasn't very good, the editing was terrible, I didn't like the characters, or it had other major flaws.
3 stars -- I liked it, but had some minor issues with it. This rating means that there were minor editing issues, the story needed more character development, it was just too unrealistic, or had some other fairly minor issue. The majority of books I read get this rating – I do not consider it a bad rating.
4 stars -- I liked it a lot. This is a high rating for me, and I rarely give a higher one.
5 stars -- I loved it, and will probably read it again. Very few books are good enough to get this rating from me. The ones that do are usually classics.
Richard story starts out with him doing something good and it ends up with him paying the price for someone else's mistake.
Cressida other hand is the instigator in her own downfall but little does she know that people are behind the scenes plotting against her.
When these two meet it is not what either expected. Will they be able to get along well enough to succeed? Right the wrongs of the past and give peace the ghost of the past.
A worthy read this book. I have voluntarily read and reviewed this but without obligation to the author.