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Displaying items by tag: Lynsay Sands
Thursday, 01 March 2012 13:49

Review: The Husband Hunt

husbandhunt_150“The Husband Hunt” by Lynsay Sands (historical, Avon, March 2012, $7.99, 384pp)

 

Series:

  1. “The Countess” – Christiana & Richard
  2. “The Heiress” – Suzette & Daniel
  3. “The Husband Hunt” – Lisa & Robert

 

Review:
Hmm. I’m having a difficult time trying to process by thoughts on Lynsay Sands’ “The Husband Hunt.” It is the final book in a trilogy about the three Madison sisters. Christiana found her true love in “The Countess” and Suzette in “The Heiress” – two books that actually take place at the same time. I love both of these books. They were extremely funny and sweet. I was so anxious for the third book, especially since Lisa has been pining for Robert since the start of the series. While parts of the story surpassed my expectations, others made me want to yell loudly (and throw things).

 

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Sunday, 27 February 2011 20:22

Book Thoughts - The Heiress

Heiress“The Heiress” by Lynsay Sands (historical, Avon, March 2011, $7.99, 322 pp): Lynsay Sands does something unique with her latest two books: “The Countess” and “The Heiress” – she tells the same story (or much of the same story) from two different points of view. The general story revolves around three sisters who must find a way to help their father raise funds to pay off a manufactured gambling debt. All three girls have substantial dowries, but they must marry in order to have access to their funds. Christiana, the oldest and heroine of “The Countess,” married a man who wasn’t the true Richard Fairgrave (Earl of Radnor) and who tightly controlled her money. Suzette, the middle sister and heroine of “The Heiress,” has come up with a daring plan. She plans to find a gentleman in dire need of funds and propose to him. She hopes to entice said man by offering him two-thirds of her dowry. The death and resurrection of Richard, which is the focus of “The Countess,” complicates Suzette’s matrimonial machinations.

 

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