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The Pool of St. Branok (Daughters of England #14)

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Angelet Hanson
The tale is long and complicated, but attention is held as Angelet, daughter of Annora and Rolf of Midsummer's Eve, begins to enter adulthood. One incident marks her indelibly. At the superstition-laden pool of St. Branok in Cornwall, she is saved from a rapist by Ben, a young family connection on a visit from Australia. When she and Ben dispose of the attack
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Mass Market Paperback, 410 pages
Published September 12th 1988 by Ivy Books (first published September 2nd 1987)
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Lindsey
While most of this book was enjoyable, I could have done without the endless pages where Angelet and Benedict rehash the same conversation almost verbatim concerning their future together. Angelet just says that she's married and there's no hope while Ben says he loves her and she should just get a divorce to be with him. His constant pestering annoyed me and honestly I liked him less because of it. Angelet's choice at the end of the book was frustrating after a whole book of me routing for "the ...more
Becky
Apr 12, 2014 Becky rated it really liked it
Part of a series of mother to daughter generations stories telling the history of England from Henry VIII to WW II. Fabulous to read them all in order. Each one is a gem; each is surprising and well written.

This setting and Pool figure in three of the generations, and three of the books. This is the first. Set in Cornwall.
Jennifer
Mar 16, 2012 Jennifer rated it really liked it
I love this series and while this one is not one of my all time favorites, it's still an interesting story with a surprising twist at the end. I recommend it to all those who like gothic, historical, romantic fiction.
Carol
Aug 02, 2011 Carol rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Angelet is the heroine in this edition. I like the fact that Annora named her after an ancestress, and that they refer to the family journals which are stored at Eversleigh.
Carole Prior
Aug 04, 2011 Carole Prior is currently reading it
I love what I have read so far...Great guide to British countryside. More later when I finish
Hafiza
Mar 03, 2012 Hafiza rated it it was ok
Tedious mish-mash of storylines from previous Victoria Holt line stories.
Christine
Sep 08, 2013 Christine rated it liked it
good story with a surprise ending.
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