- File Size: 2915 KB
- Print Length: 218 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Scarsdale Publishing, Ltd (July 25, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 25, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073X5WYL1
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #414,288 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Wreck and Ruin (Regency Rendezvous Book 6) Kindle Edition
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There is an intriguing mystery to be solved and Hannah finds herself in danger while trying to figure out who to trust.
Miss Corwin is excellent in keeping the reader engaged in the characters and holding your breath as the story unfolds! It was nice to see a hero who seemed unconcerned with his appearance and appearing "perfect". There were a lot of hidden depth to Lord Buckwold! Cannot wait to read the next book by this author! Well done!
I found this to be an interesting novel. From the moment the ship goes down at the start of the novel, we follow Hannah as she does everything to prove who she is. The sense of danger lingers throughout the story.
Adam Blackwold could have been an amazing hero. I liked how easily he could go from being put together, formal, to being unkempt. And he didn't care. However, beyond that, he wasn't very memorable.
Overall, this was a unique Regency story, even if the romance felt lacking. I would recommend it to any Regency reader looking for a fun read.
I received a copy from the author and am reviewing of my own free accord.
Paragraphing is difficult and cumbersome.
Quotes in a conversation between various people should be separated into paragraphs when another person speaks. Otherwise it makes it difficult to know which person is speaking if two different speakers are lumped together in the same paragraph.
When the hero sneaks into the heroine's bedroom at 3:00 a.m. night after night, neither bat an eye as to the impropriety of that behavior. That seems inconsistent to me when every other point of social etiquette is observed in England and great concern was made over compromising a woman's virtue in that historical period. The social gossip that her reputation was ruined because she must have fought with a man on the cliffs the night of the sinking is consistent with the mores of that period, so why were they not concerned with his night time visits?
The mystery of which of the relatives was the murderer was not played up enough throughout the story. The tension between deciding which one was guilty was greatly lacking. Also she made no real attempt to discover which one was guilty. She made no attempt to discover the whereabouts of each of the men on that particular night.
The romance between the two was not very believable. There was not the spark of passion between the two. It was especially lacking from his side of the relationship.
This was definitely not your best work. Other books of yours are far better. I look forward to your next book.
The only negative I see is that the story moved a little slower than I would have liked. However it is a sweet story of suspense and love that keeps you guessing. A delightful book with a very appropriate title.
I received this as an arc, would have bought it anyway. I like this author.
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