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Overall Rating: 4.75
Story Rating: 4.50
Character Rating: 5.00
Audio Rating: 4.50 (Not Part of the overall rating)
First Thought when Finished: A Lady by Midnight by Tessa Dare had all the feels and smiles!
Overall Thoughts: Tessa did it again! I loved Kate and Thorne's love story. I knew these two were destined to be a great match when Kate was a bit more sure of herself on the inside and Thorne appeared very sure of himself on the outside. Thorne stepping up to "pretend" to be Kate's fiance while they figured out if her new found family was legit was fun, interesting, and intriguing. I loved Thorne's back story. I dare you not to swoon after him. I loved Kate's determination to make him see his worth. I loved the ladies of Spindle Cove making sure that this turned out exactly as it should. All around another great entry in the series.
Narrated By Carolyn Morris / Length: 10 hrs and 51 mins
Carolyn did an outstanding job with Kate and Thorne! These are really good on audio and well worth the time to listen too1
Final Thoughts: Tessa really does knock it out of the park with Kate and Thorne (his first name is Samuel but his last name fits him so well)!
3 of 3 people found this review helpful
This is a very sweet and satisfying story, ably enhanced by Carolyn Morris' performance. While there is much use of modern language and sensibilities for a Regency, good story writing won my heart.
2 of 2 people found this review helpful
such a shame. I loved the rest but this was too unremittingly dour. Both hero and heroine bathed in such a quagmire of self recrimination and self worth that this book became painful.
A continuation of the Spinster Cove series and I think my favourite one so far, although I did love Colin & Minerva's story.
Kate & Thorne are a great couple and their story was very interesting and held my attention throughout. The sudden appearance of the new family holidaying in the Cove could have been jarring to the story but after initial doubts I thought they worked rather well.
I've thoroughly enjoyed this series.