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The Love of a Rake (The Brothers of the Aristocracy) (Volume 1) Paperback – October 20, 2015
"Warlight" by Michael Ondaatje
A dramatic coming-of-age story set in the decade after World War II, "Warlight" is the mesmerizing new novel from the best-selling author of "The English Patient." Pre-order today
"A unique style to the storytelling make this a historical romance that stands out from the rest." - The Romance Review
"The author did an admirable job on the world building and making the historical setting seem realistic ... and the characters were the highlight of the book." - InD'Tale Magazine
About the Author
A self-described nerd and lover of science, Linda Rae spent many years as a published technical writer specializing in 3D graphics workstations, software and 3D animation (her movie credits include SHREK and SHREK 2). An interest in genealogy led to years of research on the Regency era and a desire to write fiction based in that time. A fan of action-adventure movies, she can frequently be found at the local cinema. Although she no longer has any fish, she follows the San Jose Sharks. She makes her home in Cody, Wyoming. See her upcoming books on her website: www.lindaraesande.com.
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I did have one major issue - in chapter 10 there is a conversation about one of the Heroines and her inheritance, however later in the book it is apparent that never happened. The same couple didn't know anything about her, and in the earlier chapter the man said what happened to the money, later in the book he has no idea.
It looks like half that chapter shouldn't have been there at all. It seems like the author had a different plan in mind for that part of the story, but changed it without fixing it earlier. There is absolutely no editorial excuse for this.
I don't understand how no one else has noted this in any reviews. I have the book on kindle and I have it on audible and it is the same on both.