Thursday, March 28, 2013

{Review} Wicked Kiss by Michelle Rowen

Wicked Kiss
Series: Nightwatchers #2
Author: Michelle Rowen
Release Date: February 26, 2013
by, Harlequin Teen
Source: Netgalley
Format: Kindle
Pages: 448
My kiss can kill.  
I used to be ordinary Samantha Day, but that's changed. Now, after one dark kiss from a dangerous boy, I can steal someone's soul…or their life. If I give in to the constant hunger inside me, I hurt anyone I kiss. If I don't…I hurt myself.

Bishop is the one whose kiss I crave most, but if I kiss him, I'll kill him. Then there's another boy, one I can't hurt. One whose kiss seems to miraculously quell my hunger. They're both part of a team of angels and demons that's joined forces in my city to fight a mysterious rising darkness, an evil that threatens everyone I know and love. I just wonder if I'll be able to help Bishop—or if I'm just another part of the darkness he's sworn to destroy….

NIGHTWATCHERS: When angels and demons must work together, something beyond evil is rising…{Goodreads}
  Ok so for starters I wasn't a HUGE fan of book one (Dark Kiss). I really liked it but I just didn't love it. There was something just missing for me. One thing I did know after I finished it was book two was going to be flipping fantastic. It was a great lead up I should say. Was I right?

  Hell yes I was right!!! Oh gosh I was so excited to get this one because of how book one ended. I knew. I KNEW!!!! Wicked Kiss was going to be great and again it totally was. I loved this book so much! I wasn't at all disappointed. It was everything I knew it would be. Again not one of my favorite series but it was very good. It's possible to have a favorite non-favorite. I liked seeing all the characters again and then getting to meet new ones. You got so much more in this book and it was amazing.

  The only thing I was disappointed in was Kraven. I wanted a love triangle in this one. Normally I hate them because I love one boy and seeing anyone else in the way is torture especially when the one I like doesn't get the girl. I guess I didn't really want a love triangle I just wanted Kraven. He is one hot demon. I like Bishop and I guess he could be her better match but.....nah I think Kraven should have been the one but whatevs!! I liked that we got Kraven and Bishops story and how it all went wrong. That was a rather tragic story. And made me love Kraven one thousand times more. *growls*

  Anyways this book was delightful. It fed my every need and was absolutely wonderful. The writing was great. The conflict was crazy...crazy good ;D and the ending was terrific. I'm not sure if there is going to be a third one or not (of anyone knows comment the detes for me k??) but I don't think there will be one. The way it ended was kin of final but some books do that. I have no clue where it would go but id love to see it if it comes to a third book. All in all Wicked Kiss was a wonderful sequel to Dark Kiss. Better than the first! A series with unique demon and angel lore sure to capture your attention! If you haven't read it yet go and give it a try and don't stop with book one. It is so worth it!! Trust me then thank me later ;P

4 out of 5 stars!!!

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Tuesday, March 26, 2013

{Interview & Giveaway} Kerry Schafer, Author of Between

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Woot Woot!! Today we have the awesome Kerry Schafer on the blog!
Not only is her debut fantasy totally kick ass and amazing...
but so is she and this interview soo...
let's get to it!! :D

~The Author:
Kerry Schafer lives in Colville, Washington, with her family, which includes two cats, a rescue fish, and a preternaturally large black dog. A self-styled perpetual student, she earned an RN from Royal Alexandra Hospital in Edmonton, Alberta; a BA in English (Honours) from York University in Toronto, Ontario; and an M.Ed. in counseling psychology from Washington State University.

~The Interview:
1. What's one thing you want everyone to know about Between?  
BETWEEN is the best book ever written and everybody must read it!!! Just kidding. Probably. But if you like weird dreams and dragons and artist/warriors and possibly a random penguin thrown in for good measure - then this is the book for you.  
2. How long was your writing process (from the first idea to the finished draft)?  
It took me about three years to finish BETWEEN, but I wrote the rough drafts of two other books during that time as well.
3. Did you have to to do any research of dragons and the Dreamworlds?  
I did do some dragon research, as a matter of fact. There are some fascinating tales in Eastern mythology about dragons who can shift into human form. What I read about the "Dragon Ladies" had a definite impact on the plot. As for Dreamworlds, I really just made those up. No research required.  
4. What was the most exciting things in writing Between?  
I always get excited when things pop up in the story that I wasn't expecting. In this case - it was probably the dragons. They arrived uninvited and I was very happy to see them.
5. What was one of the hardest things in writing Between?  
It was hard to figure out the shape of the story. The world building for Dreamworld and the Between made my brain hurt. Poe the Penguin was always a part of that, so at one point I bought a t-shirt that says, "One by one, the penguins drive me insane."  
6. Was there any specific person in your life that helped inspire Vivian's character?  
Nope. Vivian has no connection to any real life human being.  
7. If you could transfer any character from any book (or movie) into Between who would it be and why?  
Oh wow. Now that is a question to ponder. Gandalf maybe? Because it would be so much fun to have a wizard and he would make life easier for Vivian. Except that would sort of ruin the book, you know? Because if things were easy for her then - boring story!

~The Book(s):
Author: Kerry Schafer
Release Date: January 29, 2013
by, Ace
Vivian Maylor can’t sleep. Maybe it’s because she just broke up with her boyfriend and moved to a new town, or it could be the stress of her new job at the hospital. But perhaps it’s because her dreams have started to bleed through into her waking hours.

All of her life Vivian has rejected her mother’s insane ramblings about Dreamworlds for concrete science and fact, until an emergency room patient ranting about dragons spontaneously combusts before her eyes—forcing Viv to consider the idea that her visions of mythical beasts might be real.

And when a chance encounter leads her to a man she knows only from her dreams, Vivian finds herself falling into a world that seems strange and familiar all at once—a world where the line between dream and reality is hard to determine, and hard to control…{Goodreads}

~The Giveaway:
The Prizes:
1 copy of Between
Signed Between bookmarks!

The Details:
1 winner
US/CAN only
Must be 13 years or older to enter
Winner has 48 hours to reply, if not a new winner will be chosen!

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Thursday, March 21, 2013

{Follow Friday} #45

Follow Friday is a weekly meme hosted by Parajunkee and Alison Can Read.

~This Week's Features:

~This Week's Question:

What is your guilty pleasure as far as reading? Is it a genre, or is it a certain type of book?

~My Answer:

Ooooo...guilty pleasures....Hmm I think that would have to be contemporary at this moment. Its actually torture. I guess I'm just in this phase wear (yes you hear it all the time) I think I am "forever alone". ;P So because I am one lonely little bird (I know its for the best at the time...right now boys have absolutely no maturity at the age of 16 but hey!! I AM a girl!!) I like reading other's happy endings and the yummy boys I wish I could have. Then of course after finishing the books and all the happy feelings go away I am left depressed...until I start the next one. ;D
I also enjoy fantasy and historical fiction but I don't read them often. Its kind of like those treats you allow yourself to have every now and then. I like to savor them. I don't read them often so when I do its always ten times better. I don't have so many books to compare them to I guess.

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Tuesday, March 12, 2013

{Interview & Giveaway} Elsie Chapman, Author of Dualed

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Today the wonderful Elsie Chapman is here on the blog!!
With her amazing debut dystopian on shelves now...I am honored to have her here!
So sit back and enjoy our interview!! 
**Spoiler alert**
(And the giveaway at the end) ;D
~The Author:
ELSIE CHAPMAN grew up in Prince George, British Columbia, Canada, before graduating from the University of British Columbia with a BA in English literature. She lives in Vancouver with her husband and two children, where she writes to either movies on a loop or music turned up way too loud (and sometimes both at the same time). Dualed is her first novel.
Find her at: ~Blog~Facebook~Twitter~Website

~The Interview:

1. What are you most looking forward to when your book hits the shelves? 
I think just walking into a bookstore and having my kids being able to pick up my book off the shelf. I want them to see that no matter how crazy an idea might seem, it doesn’t mean it’s impossible. That moment is going to be amazing and probably a bit surreal, but I really can’t wait to experience that. 
2. If you could have any character from any book hop into the story line of Dualed who would it be? 
What role would they play to West? Gollum from Lord of the Rings. West needs someone to outcrank her crankiness. Maybe he could help her in terms of training, too. The guy is somewhat wily, after all.
3. If there was one piece of advice you could give any of the characters from the beginning what would it be and to whom would it be for?  
I’d tell Chord to not stress so much over West and her attitude. As hard as it is for him to watch her be alone and then be pushed away when he wants to help, it’s just a part of the process through which she needs to work.    
4. Because the author is the mind behind the character, do you/they have a special bond to your character that makes them more realistic to you?  
I really like how West is such a flawed, broken character who has to find her way back from some pretty dark places. I think it’s interesting to have characters who mess up and have to deal with the aftermath. 
6. How does one go about picking the name of their characters? Why did you choose the names West and Chord for example? Would you have named them anything else? 
I am the worst at picking names. I use baby name sites a lot. If I get really desperate I’ll look for random names that happen to pop up anywhere—my tumblr dash, movie credits, anything. Usually I’ll know right away if a name is right. With West and Chord, both names just came to me and stuck. Most of the other characters in Dualed have gone through a few rounds of names before settling. 
7. Have you started on the sequel, Divided? 
I have, yes! The manuscript is currently in the editing process.

~The Book(s):
Series: Dualed #1
Author: Elsie Chapman
Release Date: February 26, 2013
by, Random House Books for Young Readers
Buy: ~B&N~Amazon~
~My Review~
You or your Alt? Only one will survive.  
The city of Kersh is a safe haven, but the price of safety is high. Everyone has a genetic Alternate—a twin raised by another family—and citizens must prove their worth by eliminating their Alts before their twentieth birthday. Survival means advanced schooling, a good job, marriage—life.
Fifteen-year-old West Grayer has trained as a fighter, preparing for the day when her assignment arrives and she will have one month to hunt down and kill her Alt. But then a tragic misstep shakes West’s confidence. Stricken with grief and guilt, she’s no longer certain that she’s the best version of herself, the version worthy of a future. If she is to have any chance of winning, she must stop running not only from her Alt, but also from love . . . though both have the power to destroy her.
Elsie Chapman's suspenseful YA debut weaves unexpected romance into a novel full of fast-paced action and thought-provoking philosophy. When the story ends, discussions will begin about this future society where every adult is a murderer and every child knows there is another out there who just might be better.{Goodreads}
~The Giveaway:
The Prizes:
SIGNED Dualed bookmarks

The Rules:
You must be 13 years or older
The winner will have 48 hours to reply, if not it a new winner will be chosen
US only (sorry my international peeps!)

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Friday, March 8, 2013

{Interview} Victoria Scott, Author of The Collector

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Woot!!! Woot!!!! Yippee for me AND you! 
On the blog today we have the very talented and amazing...
The very one who has captured MANY female hearts just by creating the one and only Dante Walker!
And yes, there is LOTS of talk about this yummy boy so...
Let's get started!! :D

~The Author:
Victoria Scott adores all things dark and creepy, and gets her best ideas while strolling through the eighteenth-century cemetery near her home. The Collector is Victoria’s first novel, and she is currently working on the second book in the Dante Walker trilogy. Her next project will be a teen thriller series called The Brimstone Bleed. Victoria lives in Dallas with her husband and adores cotton candy. You can visit her online at:

~The Interview:
1. Dante is as bad and hot as they come. What other bad boy in the YAgenre could "vs" Dante? Who would win?  
Oh, that’s tough. It’s hard to say, but readers have compared Dante to Daemon Black from the Obsidian series by Jennifer L. Armentrout. She and I finally decided to have Daemon to interview Dante to see what would happen. That interview will be live on JLA’s site this month. 
2. What was the best part of writing/creating a character like Dante Walker? 
Getting to be as confident as I want with his voice. He’s just so arrogant. Ha!    
3. What are three things you want fans to know about Dante?  
That he really is a villain, that he’s as sexy as they say he is…and that deep down (WAY down deep), he may have a heart. Maybe. 
4. Dante, Dante, Dante...Ok! Fine, let’s talk about Charlie...and Dante. From the sounds of The Collector premise it would seem that Dante and Charlie are an unlikely couple. Why is that and what (despite their night and day differences) makes them so appealing to each other and compatible?  
I think their differences are actually attractive to other person. They are each other’s missing pieces.     
5. Did you have to do research for the soul sealing/collecting business? If so, how did you conduct your research?
No research, but I found myself using Urban Dictionary quite a bit for Dante’s slang. So there’s that. 
6.  Most anticipated moment in the release of The Collector?
Probably just waiting to see what people think. Which parts they like, which they don’t. And holding the book in my hands!   
7. If you could be anyone in the world (fictional or not) who would it be?
Easy, I’d be Hermione Granger. I so want to go to a magic castle and hang out with two guy friends. 

Love Bird Commentary:
Three words to describe Dante? Confident, attractive, and funny. 
Dante's best feature? His strong, broad back. *blushes* 
Dream date night? Drive in movies (there’s one that still operates a few miles from my house!) 
It’s your last night to live, what do you do? Lay outside with my friends. Watch and listen to the world. Say goodbye to everything that is beautiful, and to everything that isn’t. 

Three words to describe Charlie? Charitable, nerdy, and…alive. 
Charlie's best feature? Her lips.  
Dream date night? Drive in movies (there’s one near Charlie house that still operates).  
It’s your last night to live, what do you do? I’m already dead. So, I don’t know, I’d keep on keeping on. 

~The Book(s):
The Collector
Series: Dante Walker #1
Author: Victoria Scott
Release Date: April 2, 2013
by, Entangled Teen
Pre-Order: ~B&N~Amazon~
He makes good girls...bad.   

Dante Walker is flippin’ awesome, and he knows it. His good looks, killer charm, and stellar confidence have made him one of hell’s best—a soul collector. His job is simple: weed through humanity and label those round rears with a big red good or bad stamp. Old Saint Nick gets the good guys, and he gets the fun ones. Bag-and-tag.  

Sealing souls is nothing personal. Dante’s an equal-opportunity collector and doesn't want it any other way. But he’ll have to adjust, because Boss Man has given him a new assignment:

Collect Charlie Cooper’s soul within ten days.  

Dante doesn't know why Boss Man wants Charlie, nor does he care. This assignment means only one thing to him, and that’s a permanent ticket out of hell. But after Dante meets the quirky Nerd Alert chick he’s come to collect, he realizes this assignment will test his abilities as a collector…and uncover emotions deeply buried.{Goodreads}

So obviously Dante Walker is a big deal..Want to know a BIGGER deal??
Reading this book. I just started reading it and it is FAN-FREAKING-TASTIC!! 
Hope you enjoyed this interview! Go ahead and pre-order this hotness! ;D

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Thursday, March 7, 2013

{Review} Hooked by Liz Fichera

Series: Hooked #1
Author: Liz Fichera
Release Date, January 29, 2013
by, Harlequin Teem
Source: *a copy was provided for review purposes by Netgalley*
Format: Kindle
Pages: 368
When Native American Fredricka ‘Fred’ Oday is invited to become the only girl on the school’s golf team, she can’t say no. This is an opportunity to shine, win a scholarship and go to university, something no one in her family has done.

But Fred’s presence on the team isn’t exactly welcome — especially not to rich golden boy Ryan Berenger, whose best friend was kicked off the team to make a spot for Fred.

But there’s no denying that things are happening between the girl with the killer swing and the boy with the killer smile...

  This is another book where I didn't get what I was expecting. The cover is cute and it portrays a good humored, sexy kind of book's not. Hooked sort of failed me if I may say so. It sort of disappointed me. I don't mean to be harsh--never my intention--it just wasn't what I wanted and hoped.

  The characters weren't developed enough. Ryan was supposed to be somewhat broken. The rich teen that got whatever he wanted but his home life was kind of messed up. Too much pressure and not enough love. He was expected to get the good grades and be perfect. He was probably the only character I really felt pulled through with the authors inventions but even that wasn't a 100% feeling. He was a total ass hat from the beginning and didnt prove he had enough soft side to make me love him. He was just one or the other. It kind of gave a bipolar feel to him. I liked Fred every now and then. I appreciate her for going out and doing what everyone said she couldn't do. She was strong in that way. She didnt let what people say intimidate her into quitting and running away with her tail between her legs.

  I guess now that I think about it I liked both characters...individually....just not together. I didn't feel there love. It was just sudden. One minute they hate each other and all of a sudden they feel love?? No ease into it people!! There is immediate attractions and then there is warming up and of course hatred. Immediate and hatred don't go together. Give us a reason they fell In love. Something true and a bit more deep then "oh well I guess she/he is cute, maybe ill like him then" I don't know I just wasn't feeling it.

  Liz is a great writer I can tell. I think she just needs to work out her few kinks. This could have been great if we were shown more depth. More history more something!! I really wanted to love this book but I couldn't. It was good but not great. It was missing those little details that make a book great. Hooked is a good fluff book. It was worth the short little read. If you need a filler book go ahead and give it a shot but I'm not going to jump up and down egging you to read this. Go on and give it a chance. Ill be giving a chance with book two!

3 of 5 stars!!!

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Monday, March 4, 2013

{Review} Uses for Boys by Erica Lorraine Scheidt

Uses for Boys
Author: Erica Lorraine Scheidt
Release Date: January 15, 2013
by, St. Martin's Press
Source: *a copy was provided from Netgalley*
Pages: 240
Then comes Sam. When Anna actually meets a boy who is more than just useful, whose family eats dinner together, laughs, and tells stories, the truth about love becomes clear. And she finally learns how it feels to have something to lose—and something to offer. Real, shocking, uplifting, and stunningly lyrical,  Uses for Boys  is a story of breaking down and growing up.

Then comes Sam. When Anna actually meets a boy who is more than just useful, whose family eats dinner together, laughs, and tells stories, the truth about love becomes clear. And she finally learns how it feels to have something to lose—and something to offer. Real, shocking, uplifting, and stunningly lyrical,  Uses for Boys  is a story of breaking down and growing up.{Goodreads}
  Short book...short review. ;P I was really looking forward to this one. It had an adorable cover and the premise really reeled me in. I like broken characters that find their place and finally poece by piece fix themselves. When I was approved on Netgalley for it I was so happy! However, this book was nothing I was expecting. Yes it has our broken protagonist. The writing is what really through me off. It wasn't like a normal YA book. It was like a poem. I came to really appreciate the way of writing after adjusting. It didnt really have a point of view at all. you kind of got that it was Anna telling the story but it was...different. that is the main word for this book. Different. and Unique. It also disnt have much dialogue but it worked in a way. i didn't mind it. It was fitting. It was a piece of art really. It was so unique and completely different. I had never read anything like it. Scheidt is what you call an artist, a writer with a magic hand.

  I felt bad for Anna. I truly felt sorry for her. She is probably the most broken character I have ever read. She was troubled and confused. She never truly had any real joy or love in her life so she didn't know there was anything different than being left and used. She didn't know what it was like to have a family or mom. Anna didnt know how she should have been treated. She was completely naive in some ways. Anna didnt know better plane and simple. Her story was one of finding and fitting in. Making mistakes and learning. Some people will take this book on confusion. Some will take it not so well and maybe a bit offensive. Some aren't going to see through the lines. Others will think they have the meaning and it all figured out but won't really. Some will get it truly and fully. Only the author truly know honestly. She knows what she wanted to convey and hope that others will see it and understand.

  All together this book was pretty good. I liked it but in some ways I didn't. Certain things rubbed me the wrong way. The thing I really really liked about Uses for Boys was the writing. It was really good and I loved it for its differences. I liked that it wasn't like anything I had ever read before. I liked the layers you tried to peal and understand. I liked that I may not have truly understand. Again this book may not be for everyone. No. I KNOW it's not for everyone. It's indescribable  It's a hit or miss kind of thing. I suggest you to try it on for size. It wasn't a favorite of mine but I did enjoy it. Not as much as I had wanted to but enough where I will give it a good rating. Just make sure that going into this book you know it's unique. Know that it isn't going to be at all what you think. It's not a fluffy happy go lucky kind of book. It's not a cute I will find my way kind of book. It's not a sweet contemporary. It's less but so much more. It all depends on how you look at it and how you choose to SEE it.

3 of 5 stars!!!

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Friday, March 1, 2013

{Review} Summerset Abbey by T.J. Brown

Summerset Abbey
Series: Summerset Abbey #1
Author: T.J. Brown
Release Date, January 15, 2013
by, Gallery Books
Source: *a copy was provided through Netgalley by the author*
Pages: 288
1913: In a sprawling manor on the outskirts of London, three young women seek to fulfill their destinies and desires amidst the unspoken rules of society in this stunning series starter that fans of Downton Abbey will love.  

Rowena Buxton-
Sir Philip Buxton raised three girls into beautiful and capable young women in a bohemian household that defied Edwardian tradition. Eldest sister Rowena was taught to value people, not wealth or status. But everything she believes will be tested when Sir Philip dies, and the girls must live under their uncle’s guardianship at the vast family estate, Summerset Abbey. Standing up for a beloved family member sequestered to the “underclass” in this privileged new world, and drawn into the Cunning Coterie, an exclusive social circle of aristocratic “rebels,” Rowena must decide where her true passions—and loyalties—lie.

Victoria Buxton  

Frail in body but filled with an audacious spirit, Victoria secretly dreams of attending university to become a botanist like her father. But this most unladylike wish is not her only secret—Victoria has stumbled upon a family scandal that, if revealed, has the potential to change lives forever...

Prudence Tate  

Prudence was lovingly brought up alongside Victoria and Rowena, and their bond is as strong as blood. But by birth she is a governess’s daughter, and to the lord of Summerset Abbey, that makes her a commoner who must take her true place in society—as lady’s maid to her beloved “sisters.” But Pru doesn’t belong in the downstairs world of the household staff any more than she belongs upstairs with the Buxton girls. And when a young lord catches her eye, she begins to wonder if she’ll ever truly carve out a place for herself at Summerset Abbey.{Goodreads}
  So this is another one that I don't understand all the low ratings. I will admit that it starts off rather slow and at times I was confused and had to re-read but once it got into its own rhythm I was enjoying it! It isn't anything paranormal or in today's age. It is set back in the early 1900s and when it was unladylike to go to the university. When the rich ruled and the poor worked for them in the household. Frills, parties, manners, marrying into class and all that was in style. Where you were born into the work and there was no way out. Despite all those bad parts of the days I love that time. It wasn't all bad. There is just something so elegant and proper that draws me into that time. And then of course we are in the outskirts of London throughout the book.

  I loved the writing of Mrs Browning. Again at first it took some getting used to and getting INto but it worked. She seemed to catch each girls emotions and turmoils really well. You felt compassion, sorrow, anger and love for them all. More anger towards Rowena but well get to the characters in a bit. Browning did a fantastic job with capturing the year too. I felt as I was in 1913. The scenery was drawn vividly. The social turmoil was laid down and explained well. I really enjoyed it. Not only that but what she delivers isn't a happy ending. That may sound terrible but sometimes I like my books to have that stone cold truth.

  The characters were also real and true and honest well....except for Rowena. I hated Rowena. She was fake and allowed herd to be pushed around. She wasn't honest. She wasn't real and she didn't stand up for what she thought was right. She annoyed the absolute shit out off and I hated her. She was worse than her aunt and uncle. Now the other two, Victoria and Prudence were awesome characters. Victoria was the most delicate in everyone's eyes but in actuality she was the most strong. She was the most true and right and honest. She was a lovely character and I absolutely adored her!! I really wanted her and her man to go into more romantic levels but they stayed friends and I ended up really liking that. It was right. Prudence was probably the most delicate. She was wounded easily because of her history. She was the daughter of a governess but because she grew up in the home of Mr Buxton she was sort of saved from her title. Me Buxton treated her as his own daughter instead of a governess' daughter. So when he died and they all moved to Mr. Buxton's bothered her whole life changed. She was a ladies maid to Rowena and Victoria. She was no longer an equal and it was a tough transition and she handled it well. She stayed strong and did what she was told.

  I came to like Rowena when she was with her guy. That was the only time I truly liked her when I could accept her and enjoy her character. She honestly meant no harm she just fell under the influence of class and pleasing people. She was also in a tough place. Of course, Victoria being my favorite, I enjoyed her all the time. And I enjoyed Prudence most of the time as well. I liked Victoria and Rowena's cousins and their friends. They were nice side characters. Then of course I fell in love with all the love interests ;P

  This wasn't just a tale of a tougher age and the struggles of three different girls, one more different than the others. It had a mystery to solve. Who WAS Prudence truly? Why was she disrespected so bad? It wasn't just because of her mother was a governess....there was a secret ran deeper than all was let on. Well written and a good tale of the past I really liked Summerset Abbey. I'm looking forward to the next book and anything else by Mrs Browning. Again, this book has a lot of negative reviews when I started and I was surprised. There were some positive ones but I wasn't expecting that many negative ones. Advice: don't listen. Try it out for yourself. People now are rating a hell of a lot better than they were before. I believe it has 4 stars on goodreads??

  Now I think you should give it a try because you may just find you didn't read the right book to start off with and this one is. It may start a new trend in your book readings it may not. Bottom line...try it. I really liked it and can't agree with those negative reviews. Oh and you Downton Abbey!!!! It's good! If you like true If you like older!!! People... Just read ;D

3.5 of 5 stars!!!

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