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Knave of Hearts (Daughters of England #10)

3.81 of 5 stars 3.81  ·  rating details  ·  220 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Hardcover: 288 pages Publisher: Putnam Pub Group (T) (March 1983) Language: English
Hardcover, 288 pages
Published December 31st 1983 by Putnam Publishing Group (first published 1983)
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How anyone can make the French Revolution boring is beyond me, but trust Carr/Plaidy to do it.
Karen Dempsey
I liked this book but the characters were a little weak. Or maybe I was trying to compare Lottie to Carlotta. Philippa Carr tries to introduce another Carlotta by Lottie's looks incarnated, but there will never be another Carlotta Main. Also, Dickon's change of character was kind of sudden and without a gradual dawning except a one or two paragraphs at the end of the book. Also, these books are so precise as far as dates, ages of people, and financial standing. I was kind of bugged that Lottie w ...more
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Gary Branson
A bit slower than the others in the series. Still don't like Dickon from the previous book and the role he plays in this one.
The cover on this particular version of this book makes it seem like it's one of those steamy cheap romance novels, but that is not the case. This is one of Philippa Carr's DAUGHTER OF ENGLAND BOOKS (10 books in her series). I really enjoyed this book and one reason is that it is a historical novel and you get to learn a bit about history as you enjoy the book.
John Lery
The royalty feeling is just their. It is a book of love and hatred, jealousy, confusion, hesitation, forgiveness and revelation.

Some of the turn arounds aren't just of my liking.
This was not one of the Daughters of England series but a separate release of the same story.
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