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Lord of Sin

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  • Posted March 18, 2010

    Not really worth it

    I read the first book, lord of legends and it was OK, like I read it two or three times. This book, however, isn't as engaging as the first one was. First of all it takes too long for the characters to get together or even like each other..It goes from an extreme I hate you to I have to have you...I didn't get it, I still haven't finished it, but because I am OCD about completion I will, but it was a complete let down for me

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  • Posted September 28, 2009

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    Boring...

    Had to force myself to read it, and I didn't even care to finish it.

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  • Posted August 1, 2009

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    The latest "Lord of" is an engaging historical romantic fantasy

    Nuala, Lady Charles was a powerful witch whose mission like all her ancestors before her was to help lovers come together. However, her last project led to the death of her beloved Charles and the loss of her bewitching powers. She joined the Widow's Club, vowing to never marry again and knowing her magic is interred with her husband.

    In 1889, Nuala meets Sinjin Ware, the Earl of Donnington, who belongs to the Forties confirmed bachelor club. They are attracted to one another; her first since Charles died and even her powers resurface. He wants her too, but should loath her. Still he wants her fiercely and plans to have the widow his way, which means stripped of clothing, inhibitions, and paranormal power. Others have nefarious plans for the bewitching witch.

    The latest "Lord of" (see LORD OF LEGENDS) is an engaging historical romantic fantasy starring a lead couple who have doubts about their relationship. The support cast is very powerful (a list in the back helps) especially his buddy Leo and her friend Deborah. With plenty going on that weave cohesively together into a fast-paced tale, fans will want to read the adventures of the witch, the bachelor and the Fane (Fair Folk).

    Harriet Klausner

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