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It was funny to read about Tyson being so manly and so in love with his second wife after reading about him in the first book where he is so awkward around his first love.

I was not sure where this story was taking me. I have almost all of her Historical Romances. Set inthis is 7th in the Sherbrooke series see list below and the only one of Coulter’s romances set in Ireland and really only the last part.

Books of the Week. The murder mystery plot at the end seemed a bit incongruous in comparison with the lighthearted crazy tone of the novel.

As much as I hate to admit it, publishing is a business, and any business that ignores the needs and desires of their clientele will not flourish. Perhaps it was an interesting way to begin a romance, and though coulteg was actually something done historically in England, it seemed so fanciful to me I put the book down and started another.


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May 08, Lynne Tull rated it liked it Shelves: Sep 08, H. See all 42 reviews. However, I was a little disappointed that in this book the story is mostly told from the heroine’s point of view.

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I have to pendraon while I could have done without the cat racing, it turned out to be a fairly entertaining read. I think there is book in which he meets his second wife. Open Preview See a Problem? The ending fell flat, leaving off with more cat racing.

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One of Meggie’s the lead female character hobbies is CAT racing. Meggie is now married to an Earl and is going to be living in Ireland much to the worry of her father. Besides a single scene of slightly rough sex which was right pendragpn he learns that his wife loves another manhe was sweet and tender and loving her even though he knew she loved someone else, which made me ache for him and want to hug him: Get to Know Us.

The Meggie we used to know and love as a child is now older and so.

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Coulter’s Sherbrooke series is a great read. He didn’t carry his jealousy well at all. Amazon Music Stream millions of songs. Meggie got on my last nerve.

Over the years, Coulter’s fan base has expanded to include devotees of contemporary romantic suspense pendragin thriller novels, but these readers won’t find her latest a worthy introduction to her historicals. It’s kind of fun watching the next cahherine of the family come of age. Mar 16, Karen rated it liked it Shelves: I wonder if he married her in the end and she was Maggie’s mother or if he got over her like his brothers predicted.


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Catheeine led to her new life away from her family where she became the lady of a castle full of strange characters. I know some readers thought the cat races were a little too silly but I thought they were great lol. Nov 11, Casey rated it liked it Shelves: The second half saved I really like all of the books in the Sherbrooke series. Usually love the characters in this series. It made Thomas look petty, not the tall, dark strong man prndragon first thought him to be.

I often get the impression that publishing houses think all romance editors are equal, and don’t make any effort to seek out personnel who are pendragkn knowledgeable about historical fiction.

While reading it I felt everything that happened in Pendragon castle sounded familiar. Read more Read less.