Book Reviews of Heather and Velvet

Heather and Velvet
Heather and Velvet
Author: Teresa Medeiros
ISBN-13: 9780553294071
ISBN-10: 0553294075
Publication Date: 5/1/1992
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 105 ratings
Publisher: Fanfare
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 7
This book was pretty good, especially the castle scenes. The only thing I really did not like is how the hero wanted to sleep with the heroine but still marry someone else. . .that's not really romantic.
It could also be a taste issue since I realy love middle ages stuff and this was set a bit later in time. Heroine and her cat were VERY likable.
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Prudence has led a quiet life, dependant on her aunt and many step-uncles. She is hardly ready to deal with a wounded highwayman, who happens to be gorgeous.

Prudence is an interesting character who has spent too much time alone with books and too little learning about life, while Sebastian Kerr, highwayman extraordinary, has learned the cruel, cold side of life too well.

They make an interesting couple. And the author throws in a few laughs as well.
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She was an innocnet lass...who haunted a highwaymans dream...in a land of heather and velvet...
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Excellent book, all of Teresa Medeiros books are! This one is well read.
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I really enjoyed reading this book.
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A great book! Worth reading!
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All of Teresa Medeiros' books are good. This one is no exception.
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orphan meets highwaymen they fall in love
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Wounded in a foiled robbery attempt, the dreaded Scottish highwayman seemed harmless enough--until he stole Prudence's breath away with his impassioned kisses. But even as he drew the beauty into his strong embrace, Sebastian knew he must leave her. For the double life he was leading left no room for love.
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