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Violet (V, Bk 6)
Violet - V, Bk 6
Author: Jane Feather
From the extraordinary pen of Jane Feather, nationally bestselling author of Valentine, comes a bewitching tale of a beautiful bandit who's waging a dangerous game of vengeance--and betting everything on love...
ISBN-13: 9780553564716
ISBN-10: 0553564714
Publication Date: 6/9/1995
Pages: 496
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3.5 stars, based on 42 ratings
Publisher: Bantam
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Violet (V, Bk 6) on + 12 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 2
Feather's (Valentine) latest historical romance is great fun, thanks largely to her delightfully iconoclastic heroine. A product of the union of an English aristocrat and a Spanish robber baron, the orphaned Tamsyn has assumed leadership of her father's troop of brigands. Like her father, she exploits the chaos engendered by the Napoleonic Wars to plunder the treasures of the wealthy and to wreak havoc upon the lives of the soldiers whose war games are destroying her native Spain. Quickly becoming a legendary figure known as La Violette, Tamsyn is feared by the French and English armies alike?until the French manage to capture her. Concerned that under torture, she will reveal vital secrets to the enemy, the Duke of Wellington orders young and dashing Colonel Lord Julian St. Simon to kidnap Tamsyn from the French and persuade her to share her secrets with the English instead. Julian soon finds that he has more on his hands than he bargained for: his cunning, spunky and sexually liberated captive wants him in exchange for her information. She wants, that is, for him to take her into his household and turn her into a proper English lady so she can secure an introduction to her mother's family, a plan to which Julian, out of a sense of patriotic duty, reluctantly agrees. So begins a delightful clash of wills, as noble but incurably stuffy Julian attempts with rapidly diminishing success to resist his ward's seductive charms, and free-spirited Tamsyn battles the stifling conventions of English womanhood. Feather's well-paced plot generates lots of laughs, steamy sex and high adventure, as well as some wryly perceptive commentary on the gender stereotypes her heroine so flagrantly defies.
reviewed Violet (V, Bk 6) on + 3389 more book reviews
Helpful Score: 1
The book took me a little time to get into but it was well worth it. I loved the twists and turns of this complex plot and was not dissapointed in Ms. Feathers story. I love her characters and the depth she gives them. Another fantastic job. :)
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Helpful Score: 1
She was a bandit known as La Violette and has fallen into the hands of the French. Julian St. Simon's assignment is to rescue her, then force her to reveal the strategic military secrets only she knows. Soon Julian is trapped into taking Tamsyn back to England to turn her into a proper lady. Tamsyn plots a vengeance that could threaten both of their lives and his well-guarded heart. Setting = 1812 England, France
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