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Posted September 14, 2011
I liked some of the writer's other stories better, but this story is still creative in it's use of historical events to create a background for the characters. I think I would have preferred that the story begin perhaps in the midst of Finn, Antoine, and the heroine escaping from Paris, rather than have that element of their experience told in retrospect. It would have allowed a more intimate sympathy with what the characters experienced in the moment and helped better shape our understanding of their personalities. With "Through a Dark Mist" and "The Wind and the Sea" I found myself catching my breath during fight scenes and eagerly racing through the pages to see what element of intrigue would insert itself next. This story didn't hold my attention to the same degree although it was still a nice read with some very creative love scenes.
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Posted October 11, 2011
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