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Pecadora (2014)

by Madeline Hunter(Favorite Author)
3.84 of 5 Votes: 1
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The Rarest Blooms
review 1: I think each book gets better. Celia is the daughter of a courtesan who runs away before her mother can sell her. She hides a way at the rarest bloom until her mother dies. When she goes to live in the house she inherited, she meets a man from her past, Jonathan Albrighton who is a tenant there. But he has ulterior motives. There are several mysteries running through this book, for both characters. Once again a lot of historical facts of interest running through this book as in the last. Slight spoiler alert, but my favorite part is that we find he had tried to buy her to save her, but her mother would not sell her to him.On to #4.
review 2: The story is unique for regency romance, falling outside the typical setup. Though (and I feel this with all of Hunter'
... mores novels), the characters could be a bit more passionate in my opinion. I'm not referring to sex scenes, but rather emotional ones. They are just so sedate when those emotional revelations come that it kind of a let down. I have to give her credit for historical accuracy, though, but it feels too restrained. less
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A bit of a slow start but an excellent follow up to the first 2 books in the series.
3.75foi o melhor dos livros da série até agora, penso.
3.5 star
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