Book Reviews of Castles in the Air (My First, Bk 2)

Castles in the Air (My First, Bk 2)
Castles in the Air - My First, Bk 2
Author: Christina Dodd
ISBN-13: 9780061085659
ISBN-10: 0061085650
Publication Date: 9/1998
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
I bought this book after reading quite a few reviews on it and although it wasn't quite what I expected (I thought his charade as the "master castle-builder" would have been carried out a bit longer) - it was a pretty good story. There were several scenes that made me laugh and one or two that brought tears to my eyes. It made for a very believeable story and I really liked how well the secondary characters were portrayed. I wouldn't say the story was boring in the least and it would make a good read for many a romance lover.
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Helpful Score: 3
You have to love a book that starts out with "England, 1166 - She had all her teeth". I loved this book!
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A great hero, a gripping plot and all the color and excitement of the Middle Ages.
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I rather liked the beginning of this book and its premise. Medium-good Cristina Dodd.
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I loved this book!!
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I thought that this story started out a little slow (and almost exactly like another romance I tried to recently read), but luckily it picked up after a couple of chapters and I couldn't put it down. Granted, at times, there are characters who are so obvious in their attentions that you almost feel that the lead characters deserve what happens for being so blind, but overall it still makes for a good book.

Even though this is part of a series, it can be read alone since the characters are completely different than the first story. I'm not even sure why it is part of a series, other than, perhaps to get a reader to get it if they've read the first book.
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I thought that this story started out a little slow (and almost exactly like another romance I tried to recently read), but luckily it picked up after a couple of chapters and I couldn't put it down. Granted, at times, there are characters who are so obvious in their attentions that you almost feel that the lead characters deserve what happens for being so blind, but overall it still makes for a good book.

Even though this is part of a series, it can be read alone since the characters are completely different than the first story. I'm not even sure why it is part of a series, other than, perhaps to get a reader to get it if they've read the first book.
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Bound by the King . . .
The document, signed and sealed by King Henry himself, commanded lady Juliana of Lofts to marry Raymond, Count of Avrach.

Shattered by the Past . . .
She refused, though it was treason to defy one's king. What man would have her once he discovered her secret?

One Knight Would Crusade for His Lady's Heart
Yet Raymond would not be denied. And when he came for her, she'd learn that even the strongest will cannot resist the softest touch.