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The Lady in Yellow

3.86 of 5 stars 3.86  ·  rating details  ·  14 ratings  ·  8 reviews
You've heard of "The Woman in White" and "The Woman in Black" now meet "The Lady in Yellow".

When young Veronica Everly takes a position as governess to a pair of identical twins, she did not expect to join a family of werewolves, or to fall in love with her handsome employer, Rafe de Grimston. When Rafe makes her promise to redeem them all, she is faced with an agonizing c...more
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Published April 10th 2012 by Smashwords
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Stacey Gootee
Interesting twist on old favorites....

Interesting twist on old favorites....

I gave this 4 stars as it was captivating and held my interest. I enjoyed the setting and storyline. There were a few twists that kept it interesting. I also liked that it was clean no bad language or adult scenes. I wasn't expecting an occult storyline so that was surprising.
Beautifully written, lushly atmospheric and enjoyable mix of werewolves and Victorian Gothic settings. Jane Eyre, Beauty and the beast, werewolves, Vampyre by Polidori... It is not horror - it´s unpolluted by foul language, gore, porn and other gross-out stuff. 4, 5.
I cannot believe I stumbled upon this book for free. I was hooked within the first few pages - the characters are well written, the descriptions of the house - detailed and beautiful, and the suspense - palpable! It reminded me a lot of The Others, with maybe Dark Shadows and a little Rose Red thrown in there. It was fantastic. There was a little spot in the last third of the book where the action scenes and the emotions got just a little scattered, and slightly over the top (it was kind of "You...more
A page-turning Gothic novel, complete with werewolves, visitors from the death and eerie twins. The author does a masterful job of creating a melancholic, creepy atmosphere.
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As 'You set the price' on smashwords.
A governess,
Two eerie twins
Dark and brooding hero.
And....... Werewolves.
choppy at best.
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