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Sarah E. Ladd

3.86 of 5 Votes: 1
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A Lady at Willowgrove Hall (2014)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 1
review 1: I always worry about confusing people when I want to describe a book as being amazingly visual. As I read through the story, I just couldn't go through a single chapter without visualizing the entire scene. The descriptions of not only the characters and locations... but even (...
The Headmistress of Rosemere (2013)
3.95 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: Fabulous book! I just read the first in the series, The Heiress of Highland, just before this. Although I liked the lead male role in Heiress better than his brother William, I thought this was written better. Every chapter was engaging! I will say around pg 120,130 or so I s...
Headmistress of Rosemere, The (2013)
3.95 of 5 Votes: 5
review 1: I listened to this book rather than read it; I'm still going to count it in my 2014 totals. It was the first book on tape/cd that I've listened to that was actually an adult book and not a children's picture book. It was an adjustment getting used to listening to a story rather...
Lady at Willowgrove Hall, A (2014)
4.14 of 5 Votes: 4
review 1: Historical fiction can either be wonderful or leave you lost. In this case, I'm voting for wonderful. The story was one that could have been set in any time period, but fit perfectly right where it was. The secrets were ones that could have destroyed people during that time perio...
Heiress of Winterwood, The (2014)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 3
review 1: As an avid romance reader, I expected Amelia and Graham to begin developing feelings for one another eventually. Although the setting is during the early 1800s, they main characters lacked something... I get Amelia wanted to keep the child of Graham's and his late wife but she se...
De erfgename van Winterwood (2014)
3.78 of 5 Votes: 2
review 1: Overall it was an ok book. I got very frustrated with the plot. Engaged to one man, Amelia proposes to another. Her motives are both selfish and pure. Edward, the first betrothed is predictably everything you'd expect from an unctuous malicious sponge of a man. Captain Ster...
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