Book Reviews of The Sherbrooke Twins (Sherbrooke Brides, Bk 8)

The Sherbrooke Twins (Sherbrooke Brides, Bk 8)
The Sherbrooke Twins - Sherbrooke Brides, Bk 8
Author: Catherine Coulter
ISBN-13: 9780739441275
ISBN-10: 0739441272
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 276
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 13 ratings
Publisher: The Berkley publishing Group
Book Type: Hardcover
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Romance, murder attempts and an unwanted marriage. What more do you need to make an excellent book.
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Coulter at her best.
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another great story from Catherine Coulter , a sassy regency mystery /romance.
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Historical romance with a bit of intrigue centered around two fabulously handsome twins. Feisty woman surround them, along with a steadfast staff. Someone is threatening the life of their father, and they all come together to try to figure out who, and how to protect each other. A nice easy read.
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I love this book! It's fantastic, and kept my attention every step of the way! And there's so many different types of humor throughout as well, so it can fully entertain anybody!
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8th in the Sherbrooke Series
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lIKE COULTER AS A WRITER HER BOOKS ARE ALWAYS GOOD
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Just started reading books by this author. Really enjoy her books.
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A romance novel with a solid story line. I enjoyed this book very much, and I'm not normally a romance novel fan.
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historical romance quick read
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Very good read
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A continuation of the Sherbrooke family saga. Really great and exciting!
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Those who are drawn to the humor and cozy family dynamics of Coulter's Bride series (The Sherbrooke Bride, etc.), starring the lovable Sherbrooke family, will relish this new installment, which focuses on dashing identical twins James and Jason. The twins have had their share of sexual escapades, and though they think they still have a few more years to sow their "wild oats," romance sneaks up on them. James finds himself drawn to his tomboy neighbor, Corrie, who transforms from duckling to swan for her first season in London. Meanwhile, Jason waltzes into love with the alluring and mysterious Judith McCrae. But the twins' romances are put on hold when someone tries to kill their father, Douglas. Suspicion revolves around a man named Georges Cadoudal, a French spy who died 15 years earlier. Douglas suspects that Cadoudal's children may be trying to seek revenge, but he doesn't know how to track them down. Those new to the Sherbrooke family may be baffled by the mystery surrounding Cadoudal, but they'll be thoroughly charmed by James and Corrie and the affectionate banter among the family members, though some of their gags grow old after a while. A clever surprise ending wraps up the mystery subplot neatly and will ensure that many readers return for the next entry in Coulter's Sherbrooke saga.
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I'm not a big fan of Catherine Coulter, but this book was very good.
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Those who are drawn to the humor and cozy family dynamics of Coulter's Bride series (The Sherbrooke Bride, etc.), starring the lovable Sherbrooke family, will relish this new installment, which focuses on dashing identical twins James and Jason. The twins have had their share of sexual escapades, and though they think they still have a few more years to sow their "wild oats," romance sneaks up on them. James finds himself drawn to his tomboy neighbor, Corrie, who transforms from duckling to swan for her first season in London. Meanwhile, Jason waltzes into love with the alluring and mysterious Judith McCrae. But the twins' romances are put on hold when someone tries to kill their father, Douglas. Suspicion revolves around a man named Georges Cadoudal, a French spy who died 15 years earlier. Douglas suspects that Cadoudal's children may be trying to seek revenge, but he doesn't know how to track them down. Those new to the Sherbrooke family may be baffled by the mystery surrounding Cadoudal, but they'll be thoroughly charmed by James and Corrie and the affectionate banter among the family members, though some of their gags grow old after a while. A clever surprise ending wraps up the mystery subplot neatly and will ensure that many readers return for the next entry in Coulter's Sherbrooke saga.
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I loved all of Coulter's bride series. This is the 8th in the series but not necessary to read in order.
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The Sherbrooke family saga continues with James & Jason Sherbrooke, identical males twins who look exactly like their beautiful Aun Melissande, and not at all like their father, the Earl, which riles him to no end.

The Sherbrooke family sage is a good read.
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I really liked this book. I liked the way it referred to other characters in previous books in this series.
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Great book in the series!
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Any Sherbrooke story by CC is great...
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This isn't my favorite Catherine Coulter, but if you've read the other Sherbrooke books, you'll want to read this one.
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Catherine Coulter always amazes me with her wonderful books. This is one her finest. A wonderful mix of adventure, romance and humor.
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Classic Coulter Regency Romance. I really liked this one. Enjoyable Characters and a interesting plot. Hope she continues with another one in this series.
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The Sherbrooke family saga continues with James and Jason Sherbrooke, identical male twins who look exactly like their beautiful Aunt Melissande, and not at all like their father, the earl, which riles him to no end.

James, twenty-eight minutes older than his brother, is the heir. He is solid, is James. He's a student of astronomy, rides like a centaur, and unlike his brother, Jason, enjoys learning the ropes of managing his father's estates. He no long sows excessive wild oats, as his neighbor, Corrie Tybourne-Barrett, a brat he's known since she was three years old, looks forward to doing since she turned eighteen. When she nearly shoves him off a cliff, sneering all the while, James hauls off and spanks her.

A promising start. Then, unfortunately, the earl, Douglas Sherbrooke, is shot at. This leads to Georges Cadoudal, a Frenchman in the employ of the English War Ministry with whom Douglas had dealings some years before. But Cadoudal died in 1815, fifteen years earlier. Were there children who might want revenge against Douglas? But the question is why: Georges and Douglas parted friends - at least Douglas believed that they had.

Adventures compound; Corrie hurls herself into the thick of things. As for Jason, he swims like a fish, loves horses, wants to start a stud farm, still sows more oats than a man should be allowed, but finally meets a girl who stops him in his tracks. And then what happens?

You will have to read the book to find out. I hope you enjoy yourself. The characters are rich, colorful, and a hoot to boot. The mystery will confound you.
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I didn't like this as well as the first books in the series but it is a good read. Quite funny in parts.
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unabridged.
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hardcover with no outer cover
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The Sherbrooke family saga continues with James and Jason Sherbooke, identical male twins who look exactly like their beautiful Aunt Melissande, and not at all like their father, the earl, which riles him to no end.

James, twenty-eight minutes older than his brother, is the heir. He is solid, is James. He's a student of astronomy, rides like a centaur, and unlike his brother Jason, enjoys learning the ropes of managing his father's estates. He no longer sows excessive wild oats, as his neighbor, Corrie Tybourne-Barrett, a brat he's known since she was three years old, looks forward to doing since she turned eighteen. When she nearly shoves him off a cliff, sneering all the while, James hauls off and spanks her.

A promising start. Then, unfortunately, the earl, Douglas Sherbrooke, is shot at. This leads to Georges Cadoudal, a Frenchman in the employ of the English War Ministry with whom Douglas had dealings some years before. But Cadoudal died in 1815, fifteen years earlier. Were there children who might want revenge against Douglas? But the question is why: Georges and Douglas parted friends -- at least Douglas believed that they had.

Adventures compound; Corrie hurls herself into the thick of things. As for Jason, he swims like a fish, loves horses, wants to start a stud farm, still sows more wild oats than a man should be allowed, but finally meets a girl who stops him in his tracks. And then what happens?

You will have to read the book to find out.