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Lady Violet Attends a Wedding
- The Lady Violet Mysteries, Book 2
- Lu par : Kirsten Potter
- Durée : 6 h et 48 min
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Lady Violet Belmaine is just finding her balance as a widow who has recently put off mourning when she’s summoned to the family seat to celebrate a sibling’s wedding. Hugh St. Sevier’s escort makes the journey somewhat bearable, while Sebastian MacHeath’s presence among the guests is a more dubious blessing.
Violet is managing as best she can with her stubborn Papa, difficult brothers, and well-meaning aunties, when the bride goes missing. Tempers flare, old secrets come out at the worst times, and Violet can rely on only St. Sevier and Sebastian to help her find the bride…until she discovers that St. Sevier was the last person seen with the missing lady!
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Nother outing with great characters but no story
I love the three main characters, but the navel gazing is getting to be a bit much. in this episode, we meet Violets family - all poorly realized and we get to see what a pompous ass he really is - but that was well established in the first book.
Violet's brother is marrying a sweet young thing who dusappears. The other people assembled for the wedding wander around occassionally trying to find her in between naps. baths and meals for THREE DAYS none too concerned about her fate until a rasom note shows up. She gets rescued, sordid family details are uncovered. A thoroughly unlikely reaction and resolution once the culprit is identified - the end.
Along the way. we get treated to more of the "love" story to the point that it gets gets tedious. Violet and Sebastian were unfairly separated, he went to war and she was in a miserable marriage - what more needs to be said - except what they want to do now - a topic that never gets touched.
I know that they are drawing this out deliberately since then we all have to pay for 4 short books rather than 1 decent novel. The result is a LOT of filler and little editing. This isn't the only author doing this. I for one resent it and if audible is going to play games like this. I may unsubscribe.