Did not finish. Stopped at about 25% of the way through. The misogyny in this book was horrible. At the beginning the Hero and his brother were counting all their illegitimate children. The mothers of the brother’s 7 kids were all from the lower classes. So guess who had all the power? At least they both took care of their kids and their moms. Also the Hero was so mean to the Heroine for a situation that was his cousins and her fathers fault. She had very little power and she took all the abuse. She was his emotional dumping ground. When he insulted her the cousin and his brother just sat there and said nothing. Her sister also just sat there. If anyone said mean things to my sister like that I would have thrown wine in his face. The final straw was the family owned a sugar plantation. All slavery was cruel but sugarcane production was even worse. It was back breaking labor. The next book is even on a sugar plantation. I just couldn’t continue.
I love this series !!!
This was one of the most enjoyable books from Catherine Coulter. Just like the others it held me captive till the end. Thanks so much for sharing your talent with the world.
This book was a wonderful story of British aristocracy and love winning in the end. The reader did a great job of bringing the characters to life. I thoroughly enjoyed listening to it and can't wait until the next Coulter book about this family is available.
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