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Mistress of Ravenswood

3.27  ·  Rating details ·  11 Ratings  ·  4 Reviews
Pamela Wales, the young governess at Ravenswood, can hardly believe her luck. The man she adores--the brooding master of the palatial estate--wants her for his wife.

For a little while she is so happy that she ignores the servants' gossip of old scandals and her fiance's involvement in a recent murder. Suddenly she is almost killed. Then a ghost pursues her through the mans
Paperback, 188 pages
Published 1966 by Arcadia House
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Rabbit {Paint me like one of your 19th century gothic heroines!}
This book was ok(?).

It was a gothic pulp that would have been better if it was longer, because everything felt rushed. Things were wrapped up way too quickly for my liking. I was expecting more.
Sarah Mac
Better than the lackluster inanity that was Shorecliff, but still not particularly good. This one had a better story -- I liked the unexpected, if hamfisted, switch between love interests -- but it needed more. More writing skill, more characterization, more page count; take your pick (though, to be fair, pulp length restrictions were usually dictated by the publisher).

2.5 stars, rounded up for the lolzy Scooby Doo entertainment factor.
Aug 02, 2017 rated it it was ok
I had never read an old-school gothic romance before. Now I have. I don't particularly recommend it.
Cliches all around, from the madwoman in the attic to the young governess, the handsome cad, the lookalike. The only thing that keeps it from one star is my ludicrously low expectations going in, which it met.
Jun 28, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Even as gothic romance go, it's a mess - but it's a fun mess.
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