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Editorial Reviews. Review. It is the golden age of French aristocratic life in the glittering court of Noble Satyr: A Georgian Historical Romance (Roxton Family Saga Book 0) – Kindle edition by Lucinda Brant. Download it once and read it on . Noble Satyr (Roxton, book 1) by Lucinda Brant – book cover, description, publication history. Read “Noble Satyr A Georgian Historical Romance” by Lucinda Brant with Rakuten Kobo. Lucinda Brant’s books are absolutely wonderful. She brings the.
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Noble Satyr by Lucinda Brant
Fiction-Historical Romance Writers of Australia Romantic Novel of the Year finalist Connecting Books Many readers enjoy Lucinda Brant’s books as part of a wider series since her characters inhabit the same meticulously-researched 18th Century world with people and events cross-referenced throughout.
If you could sum up Noble Satyr in three words, what would they be? And finally, c It is supposed to be deeply reminiscent of These Old Shades — one of my top 3 favorite Heyer books. If so, Mary has been betrothed since birth – to the rakishly handsome aristocrat himself Antonia’s character never quite gelled because she continually acted like a spoiled twelve year old. Yes, people lived nasty lives, poor people were taken advantage of, women were often victims, especially young beautiful women who didn’t have familial connections.
Noble Satyr: A Georgian Historical Romance (Audiobook) by Lucinda Brant |
This book is a perfect example of why, in my early teens, Brannt fell in love with historical romances written by British and Australian authors. What makes it even more amazing is the fact that Ms.
Well, I love the Georgian setting with all its elegance, opulence and decadence. Too much happening, and the reveals came too late for it to make much sense to me.
In this book, the age difference is mentioned much more frequently, to the point where it starts to feel a bit creepy.
Yes, I literally felt as if I was right there during each and every scene!
This is the prequel to the Roxton Family Saga. Oct 18, A. I found I was drawn to several of the characters, some who play unpleasant roles, some who add humor, lightening the seriousness. I absolutely loved it once I adjusted to France rather than Scotland.
Except, perhaps, a dark stranger Lush, exotic settings, courtly manners, t At first that my local library couldn’t acquire any copies of Lucinda Brant’s books frustrated me. I like how she begins the story. Antonia is pursued by the lascivious Comte de Salvan who wants her safyr a mistress.
What do you like most about the book? I put narrators in several different categories. A far better book than this one. Although we know that Roxton was close to 40 and Antonia had just reached 20, the love AND romance which grew between the two changed each dramatically when a deep, enriching relationship evolved, not easily understood by couples of similar age.
Lucinda takes you on a journey of love and discovery. His cousin, the Comte de Salvan, who always refers to himself in the third person has hated him The Duke of Roxton is a premier duellist, half French, half English and all ladies man. What can I say.
The amazing writing abilities of Lucinda Brant transport luclnda reader to early 18th Century Paris and London- and what a voyage it is!!
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What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you? I like how she begins the story. Could Mary, a servant raised in a St Giles orphanage, actually be Lady Joanna’s long-lost twin sister?
And although the plot of Noble Satyr does veer away from TOS to do its own thing, it’s still clearly heavily influenced by Heyer. We know those kings were certainly randy until they died of a grand old age! The Comte, who nurses an old grudge against Roxton, will not give up and pursues his plan to the end. I totally enjoy Lucindas Brants writing style and i am eagerly waiting and watching out for more of her books in the future.
She is a bright light that shines on every page, exactly the kind of heroine I love: His times of introspection, which not all are alcohol driven, provide a glimpse into his humanity and result in a new fortitude to achieve his goals. When a Marquis Chooses a Bride. The Reformed Rake Any additional comments? Both hero and heroine are charming and intriguing, for exactly opposite reasons. The loving detail never overshadows the story, providing the setting for the jewels made of each scene, snippet of conversation.
Into this licentious arena comes Antonia Moran, an innocent young woman, whose lack of protection makes her a prime target for the dissolute Comte de Salvan. By Any Other Name. The sexual tension is palpable and exciting yet subtle, discreetly closing the doors and leaving the final graphics to the imagination.
I absolutely love his character and so I admit he made the book for me. Roxton Family Saga 0.
Instructed to find and stop the traitor, Alex enters a dark, secret labyrinth of intrigue. Wyndham fits into the fifth category? For reasons of his own, Stephen Hampton, Lord Summerdale, is determined to learn the truth behind the tangled tale of Helen’s ruin.
Noble Satyr (Roxton Family Saga, #0) by Lucinda Brant
This story has so many wonderful twists and turns. I listened to Dair Devil recently. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.