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The Queen's Lady by Eve Edwards
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Dec 25, 14

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Read in May, 2012


We first met the heroine, Jane, in the previous book. Now she’s eighteen and widowed. Her much older stepsons are very jealous of the money and property that she’s inherited from their father. They’re out to make her life a living hell. To make matters worse, her own father is a mean man who’s trying to dictate her life and has made awful threats to her.

Her first encounter with James didn’t got so well. He seems to have a chip on his shoulder. He’s scarred emotionally fromthe horrors of war, the things he’s seen and done. There’s also a new addition to James’s family by way of a new sibling.

I’d be lying if I said I wasn’t disappointed in this second installment. I just didn’t find it paticularly interesting, especially Jane.

I received this from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.

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