Prince of Ravenscar

Prince of Ravenscar

by Catherine Coulter
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The Prince of Ravenscar 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 44 reviews.
harstan More than 1 year ago
In 1831 Lord Julian Monroe returns to Ravenscar, England after three years away. He left the country after he found his wife Lily dead from a bullet wound. His former brother-in-law Richard Langworth holds him culpable for his sister's death and plans to enact revenge on Julian. His mother Lady Corrine, ecstatic that her son has finally come home, wants her son to remarry, but he has no interest in a second wife. Her choice is Miss Sophie Wilkie, niece of her friend Miss Roxanne Radcliffe. Reluctantly he agrees to escort Miss Sophie while his nephew Lord Devlin the self-anointed vampire finds himself attracted to Miss Roxanne. As the pair of couples falls in love on the road from London to Ravenscar; Richard dangerously raises the past leading to Julian learning why he is called the Prince of Ravenscar. This is an amusing historical romantic suspense starring four strong independent characters. The course to true love is straighter than the Bonneville Salt Flats as there are no twists of consequence, yet the protagonists and the antagonist make for a fun journey. Filled with tension and jocularity especially the witty exchanges between the aunt and the nephew, readers will enjoy the couples on the road and at Ravenscar in Catherine Coulter's family affair. Harriet Klausner
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Silly and predictable. Vampires? Where did that come from and what did it have to do with plot development? Maybe she's seen too many recent movies. Not what a long time reader would expect.
Fayedra More than 1 year ago
I have been a fan of Ms. Coulter's historical romances for years, reading all multiple times. This addition to the Bride Series while witty in its exchanges falls completely flat in passion department. A few kisses over the last 100 pages is the extent of any "adult" contact between characters. While this isn't a must have for me to read, Ms. Coulter does it so beautifully and romantically where others can be downright crass, I was looking forward to that again here, but much to my surprise there was none to be found. I would have no issues with my 10 year old reading this that is how G rated this book turned out to be.
bdubdub More than 1 year ago
While historical fiction is not normally my cup of tea, I found this book to be enjoyable. The story is about a son of a Duke who lost his wife when she was mysteriously shot, leaves for three years to mourn his loss, and then comes back and is able to fine love again. In the midst of finding new love the hero, Julian, must deal with the his vengeful ex-brother-in-law who blames Julian for the death of his sister. The plot moves along nicely with good character development. I especially appreciated the abundant use of authentic old english words, as it added nicely to the story. The only reason I gave the 4/5 star rating is that the ending was highly predictable from the moment the characters were introduced. All in all, I would definitely recommend this book to anyone that is a fan of the genre.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Catherine Coulter but did NOT love this book. I have never read the bride series but I hope the others are better than this one. The changing of partners makes no sense, the "vampire" story is a distraction and he has pondered his wife's death for 3 years and suddenly knows what happened by a dress and hairdo? Really? If you really want to read it, check it out from the library. I wish I had.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a terrible book. The charater dialogue wasboring and childish at best. Nothing happened to show love interest of any kind till about chapter 40, the charaters of the Twilight series were kissing by chapter 6 or 7- and that was written by a moron. The climatic scenes were more like a bad soap opera plot. I just hope the next book is much better.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I expect much more from a Catherine Coulter book.
Bfgleason More than 1 year ago
I love Coulter's books as a rule, but this was a convoluted mess. Really disappointed that I bought it in hardcover. You should know that I have never been so dissapointed in a book that I felt the need to review it until now. I don't even know why it is even called a Sherbrooke novel. There were a FEW places where the Sherbrooke's were mentioned but not enough to title it A Sherbrooke Novel!!
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I liked this book a lot but it was predictable.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
What a terrible book. No depth to characters, no real plot Nothing believable about how and why the characters fell in love with each other. Totally cheesy. I don't think the author actually thought about where she wanted the story to go. It was a patched up book.
3cherry More than 1 year ago
There are some authors that I will buy their books simply because they wrote them. Coulter is one of them. I especially like her historicals, they're kind of quirkey. Was surprised this book didn't have higher rating!! Loved,Loved,Loved,it!!!
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DolphinChick More than 1 year ago
A beautiful book! The description of the characters, places, clothes… and the hair, my goodness, the amazing hair these women have! :) Beautiful! If you enjoy historical romance you should definitely read this book! The ‘Prince of Ravenscar’ is a ‘Sherbrooke’ novel and I’m now looking forward to re-reading those to once again visit old friends (there are a couple in here!) and see where these new ones fit in! Julian is the main ‘hero’ in this story and he, along with his half-nephew Devlin, are everything you could want in a man… smart, sarcastic, funny, strong, quite sure of themselves and of course, devastatingly handsome! The main women in this story, Corinne (Julian’s mother), Sophie (‘meant’ for Julian) and Roxanne (Sophie’s “on the shelf” aunt) are, as always, smart, absolutely gorgeous, witty and fully capable of taking care of themselves (especially Roxanne!)! Once they all meet and become friends it’s great to be a part of the intrigues they find themselves in! Figuring out the basics of the mystery is not difficult… but you want to keep reading to find out more and are rewarded with some interesting details as to the how and why of it all! You meet several people that you completely love to HATE, which is always fun! There are late night noises and people lurking, plus lots of flirting, which is also fun! It didn’t totally pull me in like her others and I can’t put my finger on exactly why… but all in all it is a wonderful book and I look forward to more
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A great read
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Characters are true to Coulters other books... will read this one again..