Night Storm (Night Trilogy #3)

Night Storm (Night Trilogy #3)

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Night Storm (Night Trilogy #3) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 46 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I agree Alec was very unlikeable. I liked all the books in the series, but not this one. The ending left me feeling bad for the heroine because she is stuck with this guy who is very difficult and apparently bipolar. His only redeeming factors: he's good in bed and apparently gorgeous. Makes for a very shallow romance novel. And all the nautical lingo? Half the time I was skipping whole paragraphs to get past it because I had no idea what they were talking about. I guess if you don't care about personality and love to sail, this book would be good for you. Otherwise, skip it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Alec Carrington is an English lord in Baltimore to do business with Genny's father. Little did he realize it was Genny, herself, who ran the business. Since skirts aren't necessarily conducive to ship building, Genny dresses like a man which amuses Alec to no end. But when circumstances force them to marry, dictatorial Alec demands Genny behave like a lady. Then Alec suffers a blow to the head. Alec, a boor, seems to redeem himself when he develops amnesia and becomes a perfectly reasonable human being. Eventually Alec regains his memory, and with it, his loutish ways. The ending was too quick, too contrived, and too forced. It had moments, but overall, Alec was just too unlikeable.
Solstice-Ballad1 More than 1 year ago
Alec and Genny-- two very independent, obstinate individuals--Great fun!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As the story progressed I began to see more character development and toward the end more of an understanding of what made Alec the way he was. I also emphasized with Eugenia's need to prove herself. I liked the fact that this love story was unlike the former two. I ended up enjoying the book, because of the unusual story line.
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avidlyreadingJI More than 1 year ago
I love Catherine Coulter, whether it is romance or FBI thrillers, she is one of the best.
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