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Midnight Scandals

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 20, 2013

    Diappointing

    The first story reunites two lovers 10 years after the tragic end to their budding romance. It bored me to tears. Can't even recall the second story. The third story was the reason I bought the book. Having read Sherry Thomas' Ravishing The Heiress, I was interested in knowing what happened to Isobelle. That was the only story worth reading.

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  • Posted September 21, 2012

    Three Moving Stories of Seperation, Loss, and Second Chances

    Midnight Scandals features three novellas by three different authors with stories that are loosely interconnected by a small English property called Doyle's Grange. Carolyn Jewel's story is set during the Regency period and features two lovers who were cruelly and tragically separated due to their differences in social standing. Courtney Milan's contribution takes place in the 1850's and features two lover's driven apart by the scandal of suicide and embezellment. Finally, Sherry Thomas delivers a story set in the late 1800's in which a lonely widow mistakes a handsome widower in the neighborhood for the lost sweetheart circumstances made her give up years earlier. Each of these stories deals with seperation and loss and is reconciled quite nicely. I am a Regency lover but found that I most enjoyed the novella by Sherry Thomas due to her eloquent handling of two characters who have each quietly suffered the loss of a spouse and can't seem to enjoy life until they befriend one another after a case of mistaken identity on the heroine's part. I have read Carolyn Jewel and Courtney Milan books before, but I am now anxious to read more by Sherry Thomas because her story was the most emotionally moving of the three in this anthology.

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