The Treasure of Leawick Castle

The Treasure of Leawick Castle

by Alea Rose

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940151925808
Publisher: Alea Rose
Publication date: 05/17/2015
Sold by: Smashwords
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 202,796
File size: 396 KB
Age Range: 18 Years

About the Author

Alea writes historical, contemporary and sci-fi romances, some with more erotic content. Her stories always revolve around intrigue, mystery or a psychological plot. Alea lives in the Southeast United States, within a stone's throw of the Atlantic Ocean. She happily writes books full-time. When she isn't writing, she enjoys travel, spending time with family and friends and relaxing with a nice glass of wine. Coupons for discounts on books through Smashwords can be found by sending friend requests to Alea Rose on Facebook.

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The Treasure of Leawick Castle 3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Another outstanding free book! I couldn't put it down and loved the leading lady! She was strong and vulnerable, and through her horrible ordeal at the hands of the man who killed her father, still managed to maintain a sense of innocence and wonder. If you're not simple-minded, you will enjoy this book. I've actually read it twice now. And will probably read it again and again. Don't miss this one.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is full of different characters and intrigue and did I mention different characters? Characters with names like Alfred and Aldridge; that if you didn't pay attention to the never ending conversation; you would not know one from the over! I do not mind the fact that the conversations' mimic old English but I done like the fact that events are described in conversation form. Oh, and Alfred and Aldridge are dead, (one is a good guy the other is isn't) and there are never ending convention ( held by other people) discussing what they did. One is tempted to skim the conversation, but the story is so convoluted that if you did just that you'd be lef scratching your head! Maybe I'm a little to simplistic in my preferences in books, maybe that was exactly what I was looking for. Instead I found this to be a readymade script for a play or a movie