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Prince of Ravenscar Hardcover – November 1, 2011
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"The prolific Coulter balances this tale's serious themes and tone with humorous moments and a charming secondary romance ... Fans of Coulter's popular Sherbrooke series will be thrilled by this latest addition." — Booklist (starred review)
"Coulter instinctively feeds our desire to believe in knights in shining armor and everlasting love- historical romance at its finest." — BookReporter.com
"With an unpredictable plot and characters readers will root for, Coulter delivers a tale of magic, mayhem and true love." — BookPage
About the Author
Catherine Coulter is the New York Times-bestselling author of more than sixty-five books, including historical and contemporary romances and contemporary romantic suspense novels, and the FBI thriller series featuring Dillon Savich and Lacey Sherlock. She lives in Northern California.
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I thoroughly enjoyed this book! Catherine takes a confirmed bachelor, Julian Monroe who is the "Prince" of Ravenscar , throws in a determined mother who thinks he should marry again & has even picked out a bride for him. She then adds mysterious death of his wife, Lilly which occured three years before. His former brother-in-law suspects Julian murdered Lilly and only with the help of his half-nephew, Devlin - the rumored vampire will he uncover the truth. Instead of having helpless females, she adds Sophie Wilkie and her aunt Roxanne Radcliff, who defy the damsel in distress mode, each getting themselves out of bad situations using cunning and brains!
One reviewer claims she couldn't figure out why the men choose the women they did. If she really read the whole book, it tells you in plain English!
The story has a lot of twist & turns and has a surprise ending
writing, this Prince of Ravenscar was so out of place. For me it was
hard to follow seems every page she was introducing a new character,
it made me confused and I found myself having to keep going back and
relisening to it and then still found it confusing and I was very dissapointed
with the sex. Usually it is fun and exciting, I just don't know if I can say any
thing positive about this particular segment. Sorry public, I write as I feel.