- File Size: 6132 KB
- Print Length: 782 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Vella Ink (March 20, 2020)
- Publication Date: March 20, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B08671CKJV
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #35,250 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The Langley Sisters Collection: (Books 4-6) A Regency Romance Collection Kindle Edition
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The Lady Seals Her Fate: Thing were not going to plan for Hannah. There was the small matter of a blackmailer to contend with, her father increasing her dowry so she could marry and of course Alexander. He is titled and handsome, has society at his feet, and she recklessly coerced him into playing the part of fake beau. Things rapidly went downhill from there, and she was soon in over her head, trapped in a web of deceit. She witnessed a murder, and she left London to keep Alex safe. Hannah soon realized that in doing so she left behind the only man she will ever love. – Hannah was witty, independent, and fun. I loved the friendship between Hannah and Alex. He was sweet, attentive, and respectable. I enjoyed the story.
The Lady’s Dangerous Love: Benjamin, determined and dashing, vowed that he would never give a woman the power to hurt him again. He succeeded until Primrose came stomping into his life. She has too much to say and is nothing like any debutante he ever met. She seems not to give a fig about proprietary. Ben fights the emotion she provokes in him by pushing her away. Too late, he realizes that in Promise he found someone that may heal the dark stain on his soul. - Primrose was an interesting character. She was not the typical woman of that era. She and Ben both had shortcomings to overcome, and they helped each other. I liked them, his siblings, and the lady who was sponsoring her. This is a good read.
Book 4. The Lady Plays Her Ace
The whole thing goes like this:
Hero: "I'm just a coal miner's son. I'm not good enough for you!" (even though he's a self-made millionaire.)
Heroine: (rolls her eyes and folds her arms across her chest.)
Hero: I think you're pretty hot.
Heroine: I think you're pretty hot too.
Hero: "But I'm just a coal miner's son. I'm not good enough for you!"
Repeat 9,000 times. Or maybe it just seems that way.
[Big Spoiler ahead!]: Hero reveals deep, dark secret -- he inadvertently killed a man!
Page 175: "I threw a punch and John Blackheath fell, and I thought I had knocked him out, but in fact, I had killed him." The story goes on. Someone is trying to kill the hero. Oh no! Then on page 219, a person named Angelique reveals who is stalking our hero: "Oliver, it's John Blackheath!"
Got that? The actual dead man, not his brother Jacob, is stalking the hero. OK... Hello? Hello? Beta readers? Proof-readers? Editor? Anyone there? Apparently not.
Book 5. The Lady Seals Her Fate
I read this only two days ago, and already can't remember the plot. Gave up a short way into the story because (like the first one) it featured endless repetitions of the same thoughts over and over and over and over... Yes, yes, we got it the first time, thank you.
Book 6. The Lady's Dangerous Love.
Didn't read it. Deleted the book from my Kindle.