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One Starlit Night Paperback – February 18, 2016
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About the Author
Carolyn Jewel was born on a moonless night. That darkness was seared into her soul and she became an award-winning and USA Today bestselling author of historical and paranormal romance. She has a very dusty car and a Master’s degree in English that proves useful at the oddest times. An avid fan of fine chocolate, finer heroines, Bollywood films, and heroism in all forms, she has two cats and two dogs. Also a son. One of the cats is his.
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I really battled with the fact that the H went on to live his life happily without the h, despite knowing what had happened. He fell in love with his wife and I felt that the h did all the suffering. She isn't blameless but it spoilt the romance for me. I'm also not a fan of modern sexual attitudes in historical romances and this one falls squarely into that category.
The author writes well and so even though I didn't love the ideas behind the story, it was well executed.
The matter/choice by the h which drove her and the H apart, as teenagers, is more real than most romances set in this era - believable, because this must have happened more often than romances allow for.
I can't give this 5 because the H annoyed me. Did he need to go on and on about his extensive sexual history and the lengthy letter writing which disguised vindictive revenge? Furthermore, while his compulsion for the h to remain untouched by anyone else may be reflective of attitudes of the times, its hypocrisy grated.