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- File Size: 4624 KB
- Print Length: 194 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Sold by: Amazon Asia-Pacific Holdings Private Limited
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07H2WJLJB
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Customer Reviews: 9 customer ratings
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The Earl of Klesamor Hall (After the Swan's Nest Book 2) Kindle Edition
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O my, the main characters in this one! William Hammond has had a hard time of it, but manages to maintain his integrity and avoid bitterness. We very rapidly want everything for him. Lord Edgar T (don't ask me to spell it--the Earl) is the hunky quiet type. His son is, well, Tigger, basically.
Shenanigans of the m/m kind happen. Someone keeps trying to kill the Earl. It's complicated. The nefarious plot is untangled, but not obvious. Bonus points there. The only weakness is that the ending is actually realistic, in that parts of it take place off stage. This is a little disappointing. Still, the HEA happens. It was a good one.
Editing is good over all. A few spots where a word went missing, one very small continuity issue, and one where the wrong character name appears, but the story flows really nicely. It was a very pleasant read. The price point is not cheap. I felt like it was worth the price. (I also started with the sample, and then bought. The sample was a good indicator of the writing.)
I also like that there's much more going on than just two lovely guys falling in love. There's an interesting mystery with multiple suspects and we get to follow along with the clues and see if we can figure it out before they do.
Her books are not overly long and can be read and savored as slowly and often as you like