- File Size: 1144 KB
- Print Length: 395 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing (December 25, 2014)
- Publication Date: December 25, 2014
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00RGWJXNK
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #219,684 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Forbidden: A Regency Box Set Kindle Edition
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I love this story so much! A great opening indeed. Dark and very brooding Brandon Haverton is such a man to fall for. I also liked Mariah's personality as very cheerful and honest. Their hesitations with each other were very exciting and the ending is just perfect. Nadine Millard had made another perfect and magical love story that every fan would love!
FOR THE LOVE OF A LADY
Charming! I am in love with Lord Crossby. He is funny and as equally as handsome as he was pictured by Kristin. Kristin refreshed me of the reasons why I love Regency! It can make me high with emotions through an almost kiss not needing the throwing off of clothes. The way Crossby describe Essie's beauty was very romantic and I sigh and swoom every single time!
CLOAKED IN RED
This story is dark. Revenge and love lost is something I was caught off guard with. I really thought that Frederick was a fool inove with Rebecca and I may have predicted that she didn't love him back as much. I must admit, I have not liked any single character in this story. Although, the darkness was very consuming and effective.
THE DEVIL DUKE TAKES A BRIDE
Perfect ending to a great Regency collection!
I must admit I still have tears in my eyes because Benedict and Katherine's story is very beautiful. With the help of the meddling Aunt Agatha which of course I have loved too, they started with a great dislike with each other but when they started falling, I can't help but swoon and bat my eyelashes at my e- reader.
Beautiful words, beautiful story. Not only this has made me believe in love but also it is very touching. When Benedict was hunted with his mistakes in the past and in the present, I admires Katherine's love for him.
Love conquers all. Love changes circumstances. Love is forever!
A WINTER WISH: If you like Mystery Science Theater, you might actually enjoy this book. It has its share of bad editing and great zinger lines such as "she might be a fool. But she was a fool in love." I found it to be much too long for the content, I had no love for the characters, and found myself asking why I was reading this. But then again I do find humor in really bad lines.
FOR THE LOVE OF A LADY: This book was a bit better than the first, though Essie is kind of an idiot. Again, it read too slowly, and not the most original content (read a short story awhile back that was almost identical). But I like the whole guyfriend-turned-hero concept, and though this would never hold a candle to Heyer's COTILLION, it's not completely painful either. My complaints in this is that while the development of the plot takes waaay too long, the climax is very truncated. It would have been much better had the climax been extended and more developed (hard to explain without writing spoilers). Also, needed editing, names were occasionally swapped.
CLOAKED IN RED: I can't really say a lot about this one. It seemed dark, I started skimming it, the parts I read got weirder and weirder, and I just decided not to read it. So, I can't really give any kind of useful opinion on it.
THE DEVIL DUKE TAKES A BRIDE: I actually liked this one. It's no fantastic piece of literature, but I liked the characters, the plot moved along, and it was interesting throughout. If I were rating this book alone, I'd give it a 4 star.
I was actually expecting not to like this story. I was put off that Brandon was constantly shouting at Mariah. Thought they were both childish at times. But from the moment Brandon tells Mariah why he is the way he is to the end of the novella, it actually got really good. I even cried, which is a criteria of mine. This was my first Nadine Millard experience and now I'm curious about her other stories. So will definitely be looking for her other work :)
For the Love of a Lady by Kristin Vayden (4 Stars)
Unrequited love is one of my favorite themes, and Cross has got it bad for Essie. Cross is stuck in the "Friend Zone" until Essie asks him to pretend to court her. He sees this as his chance to finally make Essie see him as someone other than her best friend's brother. This was such a delightful read... Very enjoyable! Cheered when they got their Happy Ever After. I have a few Kristin Vayden books in my "To Be Read" mountain... But this is the first one I've read from her. Can't wait to move those other books near to the top of the pile :)
Cloaked in Red: A Shattered Fairy Tale by Kelly Martin (1star)
First person point of view... All from a man's perspective, which was very intriguing. Then it got really weird. The main male character (I'm sorry, I can't call him a "hero") forms an obsession with a woman named, Rebecca, which was really creepy. After a few chapters I quickly skimmed then skipped to the last pages to see how the story ended.. And it left me very very depressed! What an ungrateful man! I am honestly shaking my head in confusion!!
The Devil Duke Takes a Bride by Rachel Van Dyken (5 stars)
I love Rachel Van Dyken's Historicals.... So wasn't surprised that I thoroughly enjoyed this one.Read more ›
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A Wonderful read!!!!!!! A Wonderful heroine, in a truly unique setting. Proof that in any setting,strength will win!!!
It was great!!