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10 thoughts on “The Darkest Summer

  1. says:

    Loved it The details of Cora and Adam, the duke, really made the story for me, as well as their mutual yearning for unconditional and affectionate love Cora is passionate about horticulture and loves plants and flowers, even trying to rescue the plants that are getting waterlogged in Hyde Park and worrying over the wheat crop of England Adam is struggling with a lingering injury from Waterloo and the sorrow and grief he has over losing his entire company of soldiers to the violence there The Loved it The details of Cora and Adam, the duke, really made the story for me, as well as their...


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    4.5 Stars This is one story that almost took me byof a surprise than it did the characters After a semi slow start, this book whirled me away into a captivating story of the unexpected and charmed the socks off of me I often wonder if the world was made up of book characters, how many inhabitants would be perfectly perfect and gorgeous indivi...


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    I loved this Regency era romance retelling of the Greek myth of the kidnapping of Persephone by Hades I was caught on the edge of my seat in suspense with the constant action filled events that kept happening one by one non stop once we got past that calm beginning It is only after I finished and could stop gasping in surprise at all the thrilling antagonistic forces that kept trying to physically smack down the characters, that I then could be able to reflect on the similarities between both I loved this Regency era romance retelling of the Greek myth of the kidnapping of Persephone by Hades I was caught on the edge of my seat in suspense with the constant action filled events that kept happening one by one non stop once we got past that calm beginning It is only after I finished and could...


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    4.5 starsThis is a regency romance unlike any I have read before Of course there were plenty of similarities too, but this story took an unbeaten path when the brooding, dark Duke becomes a bit desperate and takes matters of love into his own hands.The story actually starts out a bit on the slow side with the Duke doing a lot of lurking which sounds sort of creepy but I just dare you not to fall in love with the Duke of Blackdell Once the story picks up, it s a surprising and fun ride to the 4.5 starsThis is a regency romance unlike any I have read before Of course there were plenty of similarities too, but this story took an unbeaten path when the brooding, dark Duke becomes a bit desperate and takes matters of love into his own hands....


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    What a fun book This book has adventure, danger, a kidnapping, and romance There are many things to keep the attention and interest of the reader The Darkest Summer takes place in the regency era, but is not your typical regency romance Adam Douglas, the Duke of Blackwell, is known as the Black Duke I thought it was a play on his name, but there isthat could be considered in the name He is brooding, good looking, dark brown hair, and keeps himself apart from society His family also What a fun book This book has adventure, danger, a kidnapping, and romance There are many things to keep the attention and interest of the reader The Darkest Summer takes place in the regency era, but is not your typical regency romance Adam Douglas, the Duke of Blackwell, is known as the Black Duke I thought it was a play on his name, but there isthat could be considered in the name He is brooding, good looking, dark brown hair, and keeps himself apart from society His family also has a dark past In spite of the characteristics ascribed to him, he is a good ...


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    I really enjoyed this book This regency themed book was different than the norm I instantly loved Cora I appreciated her knowledge and passion about plants and how that passion was pivotal in some of her decisions about her future I also loved Adam He was a wonderful, brooding mystery I thought it was very well planned of the author to have Cora and Adam acquainted before the abduction don t worry, it s on the back cover I kept thinking to myself, how is this going to work out and end I really enjoyed this book This regency themed book was different than the norm I instantly loved Cora I appreciated her knowledge and passion about plants and how that passion was pivotal in some of her decisions about h...


  7. says:

    Beautifully written, real, romantic like, hello while still being clean and sweet , and exciting I thought Cora and Adam s relationship grew beautifully I loved how the original story the mother, Cora s love of plants flowers, Adam s sometimes dark ...


  8. says:

    I love getting books in the mail, and there are times when I know a few books are coming during the same time period In these instances, I love the surprise and discovery when I open these packages I was very happy when I opened The Darkest Summer I didn t recall the description, but I loved the cover It would definitely catch my attention in a bookstore or library.I was very happy that my good feelings from the outside held while I read the book It was a very enjoyable, fast read I ve bee I love getting books in the mail, and there are times when I know a few books are coming during the same time period In these instances, I love the surprise and discovery when I open these packages I was very happy when I opened The Darkest Summer I didn t recall the description, but I loved the cover It would definitely catch my atte...


  9. says:

    Readers will immediately fall in love with Rebecca J Greenwood s novel The Darkest Summer This is a sweet regency era romance filled with adventure, danger, and excitement, as well as fun and delightfully charming characters Although the story starts out a little slow, readers will not be disappointed as they keep reading and become enchanted and enthralled with it all With a kidnapping and an affectionate romance, readers will thoroughly enjoy the development of the relationship between Ada Readers will immediately fall in love with Rebecca J Greenwood s novel The Darkest Summer This is a sweet regency era romance filled with adventure, danger, and excitement, as well as fun and delightfully charming characters Although the story starts out a li...


  10. says:

    She got the year rightI have read several Regency novels set in 1816, but this novel got the details right about this particular year It became known as the year without a summer Although the inhabitants of Europe did not realize it at the time, the eruption of Mount Tamora in the Dutch East Indies in 1815 was to blame due to the volcanic ash in the upper atmosphere blocking the sun However, the author uses this phenomenon as the setting and an important element for her novel I love how the She got the year rightI have read several Regency novels set in 1816, but this novel got the details right about this particular year It became known as the year without a summer Although the inhabitants of Europe did not realize it at the time, the eruption of Mount Tamora in the Dutch East Indies in 1815 was to blame due to the volcanic ash in the upper atmosphere blocking the sun However, the author uses this phenomenon as the setting and an important element for her novel I love how the author depicted the novels characters With her peculiarities, Cora was an unlikely, yet lovable heroine She was just distressed about the effect of the summer weather on plants, including crops and what poor growth would mean to the common people as she was about her court of fortune seeking sutures Her mother, and over bearing overprotective pers...


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The Darkest Summer PDF Epub The Darkest Summer Rebecca J Greenwood Bandcamptomp3.co.uk Lady Cora Winfield S Life Has Always Gone According To Plan Her Mother S Plan That S Why Cora Is So Fascinated When She Meets The Dark Duke Of Blackdell Knowing His Dangerous Reputation, Cora S Mother Flatly Forbids The Match, And The Duke Decides To Take Matters Into His Own Hands Kidnapped And Facing A Scandal, Lady Cora Must Now Decide Whether Love Will Be Her Downfall Or The Beginning Of A New Plan, One She Never Dreamed Possible.Set In The Stormy Summer Of 1816, This Regency Romance Is A Retelling Of The Myth Of Hades And Persephone.