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Most Helpful Favorable Review

3 out of 5 people found this review helpful.

A rousing romance

In 1822, an unknown kidnapper abducts renowned Egyptologist Michael Hurst. For the safe return of his "guest", the Sulfi demands his family gives back the ancient Hurst Amulet that Michael's friend Angus Hay currently is investigating at his castle.

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In 1822, an unknown kidnapper abducts renowned Egyptologist Michael Hurst. For the safe return of his "guest", the Sulfi demands his family gives back the ancient Hurst Amulet that Michael's friend Angus Hay currently is investigating at his castle.

Michael's sister Mary journeys to Hay's castle to demand the earl give her the relic so she can ransom her brother. Instead to her shock he refuses to relinquish the artifact as he does not trust his visitor. Even more stunning to her Angus will not let her leave; but instead he locks her away as his prisoner in one of the castle's turrets. Suspicious Angus plans to seduce the truth out of Mry, but finds his motives changing after one stolen kiss.

The newest Hurst sibling Regency romance (see The Laird Who Loved Me and Sleepless in Scotland) starts a new saga, the Hurst Amulet series with a great overarching mystery. The information re the Amulet comes from Michael's letters he supposedly has sent home. However this is the wonderful tale of thoroughly modern Mary and thoroughly adoring Angus who together provides the audience with a rousing romance as they fall love while mostly establishing the foundation of this latest miniseries.

Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on October 29, 2010

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3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

not what i expected

i am usually right with all the other readers when it comes to these ebooks but this time im not. karen hawkins is one of my favorite author's and i love to read just about anything when it pertains to scotland but this book just did'nt do it for me. the character mary ...
i am usually right with all the other readers when it comes to these ebooks but this time im not. karen hawkins is one of my favorite author's and i love to read just about anything when it pertains to scotland but this book just did'nt do it for me. the character mary was cute in an obnoxious way and the lead was brooding through most of the book. if i had read the first chapter, then skipped to the middle of the book i would have been reading basically the same thing in both. very weak storyline and for this reader very boring. not worth the 7.99 i paid for it

posted by lovemyebooks on November 26, 2010

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  • Posted November 26, 2010

    not what i expected

    i am usually right with all the other readers when it comes to these ebooks but this time im not. karen hawkins is one of my favorite author's and i love to read just about anything when it pertains to scotland but this book just did'nt do it for me. the character mary was cute in an obnoxious way and the lead was brooding through most of the book. if i had read the first chapter, then skipped to the middle of the book i would have been reading basically the same thing in both. very weak storyline and for this reader very boring. not worth the 7.99 i paid for it

    3 out of 3 people found this review helpful.

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