- File Size: 1637 KB
- Print Length: 170 pages
- Publication Date: March 4, 2016
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B01CLUPZTW
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #125,680 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Lord Sebastian and the Scottish Lass (A Seabrook Family Saga Book 4) Kindle Edition
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All our old friends from the previous books, who are family now, are back in this next novel full of suspense, danger and evil criminals. Will love conquer all? Will there be a happy ending? Get this highly recommended book & series and find out what happens.
However, I was disappointed in Sebastian's tale. Far too much time was wasted recounting the previous 3 books and it's highly illogical that even the friendly, outgoing Seabrook family would immediately divulge their history to someone they've just met, even their brother's new girlfriend. A quick sentence might be appropriate, but trust that the reader has either read the tale or will read it if they like this one enough. Too many obstacles were presented only to resolve themselves, virtually without any effort on the part of our heroes.
The earlier books had a few mechanical errors that didn't detract from the story overmuch. This last book is rife with grammatical errors and poor homophone choices (bare vs. bear, new vs. knew, its vs. it's) that greatly divert the reader's attention from the story. Some sections are repetitive so that I suspect the final edit was rushed or skipped.
I recommend enjoying the first 3 books and skipping this last one, secure in the knowledge that Sebastian marries a Scottish lass and that any troubles involved work themselves out. The story's okay, but there are better stories out there that will give far more pleasure for the time invested in reading them... and some of them are by this same author.