Book Reviews of The Emerald Swan (Charm Bracelet Trilogy, Bk 3)

The Emerald Swan (Charm Bracelet Trilogy, Bk 3)
The Emerald Swan - Charm Bracelet Trilogy, Bk 3
Author: Jane Feather
ISBN-13: 9780553575255
ISBN-10: 0553575252
Publication Date: 1/5/1998
Pages: 448
Rating:
  • Currently 3.4/5 Stars.
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3.4 stars, based on 101 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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Good Feather book. Twin girls separated at birth during the night of terrors in 16th century France. Great writing and wonderful characters make this a quick and engaging read.
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A great love story. Keeps you on your toes!
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A story of twins seperated at birth. One is raised as the ward of the earl of Harcourt, the other a traveling player. A great read.
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As always with JF a great read. Predictable ending but well worth turning the pages.
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This is a rags to riches story. It has a classic type ending so no guessing but it was a fun read that I enjoyed.
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I typically love Jane Feather books, but I have to say I was a little bit disappointed in this book. Overall, it is a good book, but I don't think it is one of her best books. The ending seemed a bit rushed and it was a bit far fetched how the characters fell in love.
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Elizabethan era court intrigue
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Delicious story.
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from the back: "My new story begins on a terror-filled night when two babies - identical twin girls of noble birth - are separated. One grows to womanhood as the frail, manipulative ward of the handsome young earl of Harcourt. The other becomes an enchanting,street-smart urchin who earns her way as a traveling player on the streets of England and France.
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The story begins on a terror-filled night when two babies--identical twin girls of noble birth--are separated. One grows to womanhood as the frail, manipulative ward of the handsome young earl of Harcourt. The other becomes an enchanting, street-smart urchin who earns her way as a traveling player on the streets of England and France.

The two girls' paths might never again have crossed if Harcourt hadn't run into Miranda in the midst of an exuberant performance. The resemblance to his ward is unmistakable--uncanny, in fact...and an ambitious plot begins to take shape in Harcourt's mind.

His ward, Maude, will commit herself to a convent rather than marry the love-struck king of France, who will soon be traveling to London to claim her. What if Miranda were to take Maude's place? Harcourt is confident that with the right training, the right clothes, and the right attitude, the lithe, carefree Miranda will captivate society--and the king.

So begins Harcourt's breathtaking scheme to turn an ugly duckling into a gorgeous swan. But if he succeeds too well, Miranda may become something irresistible--even to Harcourt....
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On a terror filled night, identical twin girls of noble birth are separated. One grows to womanhood as the fail, manipulative ward of the handsome young earl of Harcourt. The other becomes an enchanting, street-smart urchin who earns her way as a traveling player on the streets of England and France.
The Earl of Harcourt found Miranda in the midst of an exuberant performance and when he sees the resemblance to his ward, an ambitious plot begins to take shape in his mind.
His ward, Maude, will commit herself to a convent rather than marry the love-struck king of France, who will soon be traveling to London to claim her. What if Miranda were to take Maude's place?
So Harcourt begins his scheme to turn an ugly duckling into a gorgeous swan. But if he succeeds too well, Miranda may become something irresistible, even to Harcourt.
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One of the first romance novels I have read. Good story plot and lots of lovely moments. A must read for all romance lovers.