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on Feb. 11, 2013 :
I love Claudy's paranormal series and I love her historicals, so when I saw that she had released a book that was a historical romance with paranormal elements, I knew I had to read it! Once again, she did not disappoint. This book has mystery, romance, suspense, and magic. I love Sassy. She is a strong and independent woman. Life may not have dealt her the cards when would have wanted, but she makes the best of them and ends up finding herself at Netherby Hall where, because of her magical abilities, she senses the evil that is ever present there. Add to this her overwhelming and confusing feelings for the man of her actual dreams, who happens to be far above her station in life and may have secrets of his own, and you are in for a fun read.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)
on Feb. 09, 2013 :
Again Claudy Conn gives us a tale you can’t not fall in love with.
Sassy Winthrop is our main women; of course, she’s lost everything in the last couple years; her mother and father. From there she heads the Netherby Hall after stopping at the location her father wished her to go.
We have the Marquis (how fun a word for me to say) who appears to have visions of our dear Sassy. He brings the… amusement to the novel. That’s exactly what was needed.
With magic and hallucinations we see a merging of two characters as they fall for each other. And with some dark forces we’re given a mind heaving novel.
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on Jan. 09, 2013 :
Netherby Halls by Claudy Conn
In 1815 we find Sassy Winthrop in Sutton Village. The small English village where she has grown up as the vicar's daughter. She has lost all she loves in the past few years and must now depend on a family friend for help. There is more to Sassy than her heart stopping beauty and she must always control her hidden secrets. There is also much more to Sassy’s new home at Netherby Hall, much more than just a home for the orphan daughters of the Gentry.
The Eighth Marquis of Dartmour, Justin Dartmour, is known as a rake, a rogue and even a libertine. There are other words to describe him but the people around him are not aware of those. When he has an odd hallucination while seeing a beautiful young woman across the street one day, he is never quite the same. Especially when their paths cross again and again.
I really enjoyed this story. There were quite a few twists and turns. Who to trust or not trust, missing people and clandestine meetings in the dead of night. It has a bit of the dark side of life as well, the darkness that comes from greed. And of course romance.
**Sexual content and mild language
(reviewed the day of purchase)