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Posted July 11, 2014
Usually I don't read books where the female is older than the male (personal preference), but this story is so well written that age really doesn't interfere with the story. Circle of Eight is a family tragedy & you learn how each survivor (all children)cope & grown. All the characters intertwine from previous books, but each is a good stand alone read. You won't be disappointed in Nicholas' story.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted February 24, 2014
NICHOLAS: THE CIRCLE EIGHT by Emma Lang is an exciting Western Historical Romance. #5 in "The Circle Eight" series, while it can be read as a stand alone, I would suggest reading the others in the series. One, it is an exciting,interesting and intriguing series. Two the Graham's are an exceptional group of eight siblings trying to find their youngest brother,who was stolen as a child, when their parents where killed and deal with their own life's ups and downs.
See,"Matthew", "Brody", "Caleb", and "Vaughan".
Follow Nicholas Graham, a Circle Eight sibling and Wnnie Watson on their journey of deception, lies, secrets, trust, passion, and the obstacles of love.
Nicholas and Winnie both have secrets, and things they wish to forget but they also struggle with their attraction to each other. Best laid plans often go awry. Fast paced and packed with action, passion and the power of love.
I absolutely love this series! The characters are engaging and believable. The storyline is interesting, exciting, and intriguing. Will the Graham family ever find their beloved sibling, if so will he have suffered far less or more than they had hope,wished and prayed for or far worst than they can imagine as they have struggled with their own lives and come to grips they may never find him alive?
A great story of family, struggles, sacrifice, hope, and secrets. If you enjoy family, Western Romance and a great story than NICHOLAS, is a story for you as well as the other Circle Eight series. I would suggest reading the whole series, but as I said it is not necessary to, in order to read NICHOLAS.
Ms. Lang draws the reader into her stories with her storyline, her enduring characters and her vivid descriptions of the landscapes of old and the people of the West. A must read! Well done, once again, Ms. Lang. Received for an honest review from the author and/or publicist.
HEAT RATING: MILD
REVIEWED BY: AprilR, courtesy of My Book Addiction and More