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Midnight Marriage by Lucinda Brant
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Oct 22, 11

bookshelves: historical-romance
Read in October, 2011

This is a sequel to 'Noble Satyr'. Both books have a Heyeresque feel to them and as I said in the first books review, that is a good thing. I was very impressed that the sequel was just as powerful a story as the first book. The historical backdrop of Georgian England (Bath)/France (Paris) was still there (foreshadowings of the French Revolution and unrest), but the focus was on the H/H. The intrigue and plot turns were good. I like how the story begins with an inexplicable event and then unravels to explain it and the consequences of it. The characters were ones with which I could be sympathetic. It was nice to meet up with favorite characters from the first book and oh so bittersweet to see them as the older generation. (-; But that is life.

Good Read!

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