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The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae by Stephanie Laurens
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Mar 01, 2012

really liked it
bookshelves: romantic-reads
Read from February 04 to 05, 2017 , read count: 2

Well, it takes some suspension of belief to get past the idea that Angelica would not only be understanding of the plight of the man who kidnapped her (and her sisters) but also decide to help him out and eventually marry him...you could say Stockholm Syndrome or you just have to go with the kooky pendant the girls have all borrowed from Catriona (because the girls believe the lady will help them).

This is a fun story and conclusion to the trilogy. Angelica is a great romance heroine (I like her better than the eldest sister, Heather, but perhaps not as much as Eliza thought the the differences are minor). Glencrae obviously gets more than he bargained for with Angelica - I did laugh in the little bits when all her male relatives are more than happy to relinquish their guardian roles because she runs them ragged. Glencrae's mom is one of the better romance villains. She's not a cartoonish character...she's quite creepy actually.
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