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The Lord and the Wayward Lady (Harlequin Historical #996)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 23, 2011

    8 book mini-series (before reviewing you might want to do a little research)

    RE: "I was captivated loving the book up to the very last page and then I was let down very hard, just like Nell falling on her backside on the ice.I kept flipping the last page thinking "she could not possiably leave the mystery unsolved like this - there must me pages missing". There was no conclusion to the mystery of Dark Man or revelations behind why the Dark Man was haunting them or what part Miss Price or her wayward brother and sister played in the whole scheme of things. I was almost as if the author had reached her maximum word count required by the publisher and then just STOPPED! Very Very Very disappointing ending." This book is actually part of a 8 book Mini-series called Silk and Scandal.I recently bought The Viscount and the Virgin, and it explains at the begining of that book about the Silk and Scandal mimi-series. I have not finished reading the Viscount and the Virgin and have not read The Lord and The Wayward Lady but when I read a part about a silk scarf it reminded me of the pre-view I had read of The Lord and The Wayward Lady. After looking up the book I found that it is part of the series. I do not know yet what order the books are in but you can probably find it if you look up the mini-series by name. This is probly why the the other reviewer found this book to end abruptly without explaining everything. As it explains in the Viscount and the Virgin the mini-series is writen as a collaboration of 6 authors. I am assuming if you were to read the first pages in this book you'll most likely find where it explains all this just like it does in The Viscount and the Virgin.

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  • Posted August 12, 2010

    Not worth the effort

    I was captivated loving the book up to the very last page and then I was let down very hard, just like Nell falling on her backside on the ice.I kept flipping the last page thinking "she could not possiably leave the mystery unsolved like this - there must me pages missing". There was no conclusion to the mystery of Dark Man or revelations behind why the Dark Man was haunting them or what part Miss Price or her wayward brother and sister played in the whole scheme of things. I was almost as if the author had reached her maximum word count required by the publisher and then just STOPPED! Very Very Very disappointing ending.

    1 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted February 17, 2012

    Highly recommend, A must read

    I loved all 9 books in the series,It was unique in that there were several writers who added their part to the story,

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