Book Reviews of Twilight's Child (Cutler, Bk 3)

Twilight's Child (Cutler, Bk 3)
Twilight's Child - Cutler, Bk 3
Author: V. C. Andrews
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ISBN-13: 9780671695149
ISBN-10: 0671695142
Publication Date: 2/1/1992
Pages: 410
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 182 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Very good series. This series was the first that I had read by V.C. Andrews. I was given the first book of the series by my mother in law and by the time I finished it I was out hunting for the rest of the series. It has some pretty twisted parts but overall it was pretty enjoyable.
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Helpful Score: 1
THIS IS THE 3RD BOOK TO V.C ANDREWS CUTLER'S SERIES....DONT FORGET TO GET BOOK 1 "DAWN"....2"SECRETS OF THE MORNING"...AND 4 "MIDNIGHT WHISPERS"
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Excellent!
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good book
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3rd in Cutler series.
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My second favorite Andrews series. Definitely worth reading if you like her stuff.
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This is the third or fourth in the Cutler series
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This is my first time reading V.C. Andrews books. Pretty intense melodrama.
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Very good. This is the 3rd in the Cutler series. I LOVE VC Andrews!!
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I read this story as a teen/preteen, and I enjoyed it then. I hear it is typical V.C. Andrews even though most of it was written after her death by other people. I will probably never know beacuse I will probably never read another Andrews novel due to the fact that I hear that all of her heroines are poor abused girls who've come into money but who still are constantly being hurt. I don't much like that.
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At last, Dawn can create a haven of warmth and love for her beautiful baby girl, Christie, and her darling Jimmy. Dawn is a huge success as the new owner of the Cutler's Cove hotel...and soon she and Jimmy will be blessed with a child of their own.

Yet Dawn cannot quell her forebodings of evil. She can sense Grandmother Cutler's presence everywhere...can feel her bitter hatred as if the old lady plotted her vengeance from the grave. When Dawn discovers that her brother, Philip, still clings to his mad, shameful passion for her, she is heartstricken. Her spiteful, jealous sister, Clara, si far easier to ignore...until the day Clara's childish rage explodes into violence, destroying Dawn's most cherished, precious dream.

Then Christie's father, debonair singing star Michael Sulton, returns. Now, as the heartaches and scandals of the past threaten to engulf her, Dawn must fight for the steadfast Jimmy...for only with Jimmy's love can she find the rainbow at the end of the storm.
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I do not like books by VC Andrews
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As Mrs. James Gary Longchamp, Dawn is blissfully happy. But a legacy of deceit and betrayal still haunts her. At last Dawn can create a haven of warmth and love for her beautiful baby girl, Christie, and her darling Jimmy. Dawn is a huge success as the new owner of the Cutler's Cove hotel...and soon she and Jimmy will be blessed with a child of their own. Yet Dawn cannot quell her forebodings of evil. She can sense Grandmother Cutler's presence everywhere...can feel her bitter hatred as if the old lady plotted her vengeance from the grave. When Dawn discovers that her brother, Phillip, still clings to his mad, shameful passion for her, she is heartstricken. Her spiteful, jealous sister, Clara, is easier to ignore...until the day Clara's childish rage explodes into violence, destroying Dawn's most cherished, precious dream. Then, Christie's father, debonair singing star Michal Sutton, returns. Now, as the heartaches and scandals of the past threaten to engulf her, Dawn must fight for her steadfast Jimmy...for only with Jimmy's love can she find the rainbow at the end of the storm.
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Author V.C. Andrews (The Cutler Series)
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Dawn appears to have finally found happiness as the wife of her darling Jimmy, and as the successful owner of the Cutler's Cove hotel. She and Jimmy have created a warm haven for Dawn's little Chrisite and soon they will be blessed with a child of their own.

Yet Dawn is haunted by Grandmother Cutler's eveil presence, even from beyond the grave. she senses as well that her brother Philip is still obsessed with his shameful passion for her, and that Clara, her spiteful and jealous sister, may become violent. Nows, as the heartaches of the past threaten to engulf her, Dawn must fight for her steadfast Jimmy--for only his love can save her.
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Cutler Series Book #3

As Mrs. James Gary Longchamp, Dawn is blissfully happy. But a legacy of deceit and betrayal still haunts her...
At last Dawn can create a haven of warmth and love for her beautiful baby girl, Christie, and her darling Jimmy. Dawn is a huge success as the new owner of the Cutler's Cove hotel...and soon she and Jimmy will be blessed with a child of their own.

Yet Dawn cannot quell her forebodings of evil. She can sense Grandmother Cutler's presence everywhere...can feel her bitter hatred as if the old lady plotted her vengeance from the grave. When Dawn discovers that her brother, Philip, still clings to his mad, shameful passion for her, she is heartstricken. Her spiteful, jealous sister, Clara, is far easier to ignore...until the day Clara's childish rage explodes into violence, destroying Dawn's most cherished, precious dream.

Then Christie's father, debonair singing star Michael Sutton, returns. Now, as the heartaches and scandals of the past threaten to engulf her, Dawn must fight for her steadfast Jimmy...for only with Jimmy's love can she find the rainbow at the end of the storm