Twin Passions (Captive Brides Collection Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 352 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 3 in Captive Brides Collection (3 Book Series)
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One of the biggest annoyances in the story was the repeated mistake of leaving un-escorted. In fact, that's what got the twins in to this entire mess to begin with. But does Gwendolyn learn a lesson? NO. She does this again and again, and each time she puts their lives at stake.
Otherwise, the characters were interesting (loved Hakon!) and the author paints beautiful pictures with her descriptions. I really liked the details about the different cultures and their daily lives. Minger has definitely put in a lot of effort to this book, and it showed. The ending of the book was quite happy and everything works out perfectly. I was a bit irritated that the same villains came back. I also didn't like how secrets were revealed. I mean who narrates like that during their sleep?
Oh well. Good read, but glad it was free!
Well, the one thing that attracted me to the story was the outline. As most of these stories go, I thought I could have predicted what happened, but unfortunately, I think my assumption was probably a better story than this. I found the story to be trite, shallow, messy, and incredibly misogynistic. I know well that most romance stories have a bit of misogyny in them, but this one was pretty thick with it.
Let me start with the storytelling. It's messy in that it is constantly vacillating point of views. One paragraph is through Gwendolyn's eyes, the next is Hakon, and then the next one is some chambermaid in the same room giving her $0.02. So it goes on. It took me many chapters to get used to it. And yes, I did read the whole thing (mainly in hopes to see a redeeming quality in the couple).
And the descriptions, whoa.Read more ›
I loved the twins Anora and Gwendolyn's relationship. They are so different, yet equally protective of each other, and strong in their respective ways. Dane Wulfgar is the ultimate handsome and powerful prince, and Hakon, the sexy viking.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
It was good story could skip the sex don't need explanations made the book move slow. A good story of the pastPublished 11 months ago by margaret a dooley
As others mentioned, the cenral idea of this story is that twin sisters ae taken captives of a viking but one of them is dressed as a boy, and of course, the central romance is... Read morePublished 11 months ago by noagnes
So glad I came across this Author, this story has it all, what a great love story. Read the whole book in a day,could not put it down. I highly recommend this book. Read morePublished 12 months ago by annie
Loved it! I couldn't put it down. I liked everything in this one. I will be buying more from Ms. MingerPublished 12 months ago by Amazon Customer
What an amazing tale! This book has everything! A heart pounding series of twists and turns about love, sacrifice and the amazing changes a person could go through was all... Read morePublished 12 months ago by Alexandra Pelipenko
This is a terrific writer. She uses great descriptive language. This was a fun read. 2 beautiful young women(twins) kidnapped by Vikings! So many scenarios!Published 12 months ago by maggie
I think this book, well written and I enjoyed the story line maybe a bit predictable but still a feel good love story!Published 21 months ago by donlyn