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eBook Love Is in the Heir (Warner Forever) epub
  • ISBN: 0446616109
  • Author: Kathryn Caskie
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: Genre Fiction
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Forever (June 1, 2006)
  • ePUB size: 1469 kb
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Автор: Caskie Название: Love Is in the Heir Издательство: Hachette Book Group Классификация: Комиксы . Описание: Kathryn Caskie is a shining and rising star of historical romance. She combines the stunning sensuality of Lisa Kleypas with the deft humor of Victoria Alexander.

Описание: Kathryn Caskie is a shining and rising star of historical romance. She was nominated for a Rita for her very first published book, and to top it all off she’s gorgeous. This is an author whose work is stunning and who is very promotable!

Published June 1st 2006 by Warner Forever. Paperback, 289 pages. Love Is in the Heir (ebook).

Published June 1st 2006 by Warner Forever. Author(s): Kathryn Caskie (Goodreads Author). ISBN: 0446616109 (ISBN13: 9780446616102). ISBN13: 9781452431185.

And love certainly does not signify in the match the Featherton sisters are making for me.

We are like Rottentomatoes or Metacritic for books. We also do book giveaways. And love certainly does not signify in the match the Featherton sisters are making for me. True, when Lord St. Albans and I first met, he fair took my breath away. But after we accidentally ran him down with our carriage, I became convinced he belongs to that most despicable class of men: rakes.

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Love Is in the Heir (Warner Forever). Kathryn Caskie has long been a devotee of history and things of old. So it came as no surprise to her family when she took a career detour off the online super highway and began writing historical romances full time

Love Is in the Heir (Warner Forever). A Lady's Guide to Rakes (Warner Forever). So it came as no surprise to her family when she took a career detour off the online super highway and began writing historical romances full time. With a background in marketing, advertising and journalism, she has written professionally for television, radio, magazines and newspapers. Kathryn lives in a 200-year-old Quaker home nestled in the rolling foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains with her family, her greatest source of inspiration. Nevertheless, it is a splendid book. I understand there is more to come in the Featherton sisters' saga. Great! I definitely I will be checking out this future fun. Kathryn Caskie writes this adorable book in the same style as a Julia Quinn or Sabrina Jeffries novel. This is fun, humorous - an absolutely delightful book.

Published June 1st 2006 by Warner Forever (first . This was my first Kathryn Caskie book. I will try another one in the hopes that it will be better.

Published June 1st 2006 by Warner Forever (first published October 12th 1999). Love Is in the Heir (Featherton Sisters, 4). ISBN. Stared out slow but turned out wonderful! Love is in the Heir is a lovely, sweet romance that is sure to be a hit. I like the idea of mistaken identity with twins, but it can easily become cliche if not done correctly. However, this book definitely hit the mark and I loved it. Before I get started, let me describe the situation real quick. Mar 10, 2013 Romantic Reads and Such rated it really liked it.

Agent Running in the Field.

10 4. Books by Love is in the Heir: Kathryn Caskie. Agent Running in the Field.

Why is the notorious Duke of Blackstone ruining Mary's well-laid plans to marry his brother, the handsome Viscount Wetherly? Every time she turns a corner, he is there-tantalizing her, teasing he. nd the more she tries to ignore him, the more insistent he becomes. Mary knows she must make an advantageous marriage, but surely Blackstone is the wrong man for her. Isn't he? Blackstone is not about to let his brother become bewitched by some wily blueblood pretende. ven one as deliciously tempting as Mary.

Comments: (7)
Kecq
This book was a good read for the price. Kathryn Caskie kept her cast of characters interesting and very down to earth. Looking forward to more by this author.
Malaunitly
I enjoyed the book, but the plot was expected as twins were involved. I found It was an enjoyable read though.
Doulkree
Yes, I'm afraid I have to say it took me six and a half days to read this book. To make matters even worse, I read two others in the meantime.

This author made a critical mistake for me right at the start (aside from the tiresome references to "heir" when she could have said "air" or "hair"). She actually allowed the Earl of Devonsfield to meet the twins and be able to instantly tell them apart. No other character was given this ability. Even though Griffin and Garnet were around the other people in the novel on a daily basis not one other person noticed the differences which were so very glaring to the Earl when he first set eyes on the men. Granted, no one else saw them standing side by side until page 213 but surely such marked differences in them as to make the Earl recognize their individuality must have been seen by someone else. This author had to go to extreme measures to keep the twins from being referred to by name. A guest in the home of the Featherstone sisters would have surely been known by name. How was he introduced? When Hannah met Garnet on the street after her intimate meeting with Griffin the night before would she not have addressed him as Griffin? She had been intimate with the man. They had been on a first name basis in the tent, why not on a public street? Instead she reverted to the formal Mr. St. Albans. (Obviously this was just another ploy to extend the length of time for Hannah not to know that she was dealing with twins. It just made me want to tell her to open her eyes and trust her instincts. She supposedly had already felt that she was dealing with "two different men". It just required way, way, way too much faith in the authors writing ability to convince me this charade would have continued to this point.)

I also agree with other reviewers, far to many matches being made by too many people. After a while I felt that I needed to make a chart to keep up with them all. And please, to train a falcon to swoop down and not only pluck a feather from a hat but then to drop it above the head of one certain person? Not exactly the easiest thing for me to believe.

I have not read other books by Kathryn Caskie. In this book she states in the author's notes that she likes to creat quirky characters. Well, good luck to her for future books and those of you who will be reading them.
Kemath
I was surprised that this book was so poorly written and plotted. I have read several other of Caskie's books and enjoyed them but this one was really lame. The twin thing was a great idea but the way she wrote the characters was not believable and both characters were twits. As for the romance aspect, she did not get this right either. I always have a problem with romance novels where there's very little action for 90 pages and then bam! they're in bed (or on the floor or whatever). Where's the build-up??? Felt really phoned in; not recommended at all.

Edited to add: I wanted to second another reviewer's comment about the use of words like "gel" and "lud" and other apparent colloquialisms, which is VERY irritating to me as well. Georgette Heyer is the only romance writer who can get away with using oddball period slang words like this in her dialogue, and she did it very well. I realize authors use these words to invoke the period, but in many cases, like this one, it does not work. Better to stick to plainer dialogue if one doesn't have Ms. Heyer's ear for period slang use.
Anayalore
LOVE IS IN THE HEIR by Kathyrn Caskie

June 10, 2006

Amazon rating 4/5

"This is the story of twins, who deceive a young woman into thinking they are one person. Griffin St. Albans is adjusting his telescope at sunset when he is hit by a falcon. Miss Hannah Chillton - raised by two sisters, Letitia and Viola Featherton - is out and about with her aunts when she loses her hat down the cliffs - she uses her bird to retrieve it. When Griffin hears a woman's voice calling out, he looks down and sees her clinging to the rocks, trying to retrieve a hat. Griffin attempts to help but only manages to lose the hat. Hannah proclaims that he now owes her a new one.

A few weeks later, the three women are out riding in their carriage, when they accidentally run into a man on the street - Lord St. Albans once again. Hannah asks him for her new hat, and St. Albans is puzzled. Realizing they must have met his brother, he feigns memory loss. The reader is aware all along that there are two of them - identical twins, who are not at all alike. Though Hannah likes the Lord St. Albans she met on the cliffs, she becomes confused as she gets to know him more. Sometimes he's the man she loves, but at others he infuriates her. The more she gets to know him, the more she thinks he's a rake, and the more confused and angry she becomes." - Complete review at BookLoons - M. Lofton

I enjoyed this story of two men, twins, who deceive an innocent woman who is in love with one of the men. It's a typical story of misunderstandings and deceit, but while one of the men is truly up to no good, the other indeed does love Hannah, but has no idea how to win her heart. This is the last book in the series featuring the two elderly sisters and their matchmaking ways, and while I have not read the previous books, I wouldn't mind reading them now. LOVE IS IN THE HEIR was light reading and very enjoyable for a few laughs. Recommended for those who love historical romances with a touch of humor.
Skunk Black
This was my first Kathryn Caskie book. While I concur with the reviewer who was put off by the 'bad heir day' (that line was not relevant at that point), and the lack of character development, I found the book light and engaging, primarily because of the variety of characters, multiple story lines, and lively dialog. I gather that at least some of the characters appeared in earlier books and at the end, it definitely felt like Kathryn was wrapping up all the threads into a nice, neat bow. I also found it appealing to mix fiction with the historically accurate character of a female astronomer and mathematician. Some character inconsistencies and implausible events brought down the rating.
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