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A Rake's Guide to Seduction (Reece Family Trilogy Book 3) Kindle Edition
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Celia becomes do low in spirit, she does not even realize what has happened to her. Her young husband spends time with everyone but her, then one day, at the ripe old age of twenty two, she becomes a widow.
Her Mother, the Dowager Duchess comes to bring her home, she is devastated by her daughter's pale, quiet, withdrawn personality. Therefore, she throws a party for her, at their home seat of Ainsley Park, where her stepson is Duke, and her other stepson, and his wife come for the family, and friends party. Lord David is Celia's older brother, and has been best friends with Anthony since childhood. I could go on, and on about this book, it is now fourteen best books in my mind for 2017. I have not placed them in order yet. I am hoping to have twenty by December the first! I highly recommend! Thanks! I know that you will Enjoy!
I feel Caroline Linden does an excellent job in showing the hero and heroine falling in love and this book was no exception.
This book is standalone although part of a series.
The story is about Anthony Hamilton, who is the most scandalous man. Celia Reece is Anthony's best friends younger sister. So I don't want to spoil the book for anyone so give it a try.
The plot was interesting and not the usual rake/terrace/ruin cliché. It kept me turning pages which is a victory in itself. I loved the diary - so poignant, and the notes -tender and romantic. I loved Anthony and Celia, two wonderful people.
I liked the secondary characters (the "villain" doesn't count.) I had to laugh while reading one review expressing great annoyance with the Dowager, comparing her to Mrs. Bliss. NO ONE is as awful as Mrs. Bliss! lol
Mention of the villain brings me to the part, near the end, that I could have lived without and came close to making this less than a 4 star story. Childress should have just left and joined his fellow deadbeats on the Continent. I didn't need Gothic melodrama.
5 stars for almost all of story
-1 star for silly melodrama
-.5 star for incorrect forms of address
Except for the nonsense near the end and the author's apparent inability to Google titles and forms of address, it was a pleasing story.
Enjoy your reading! :)
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