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There were times that her father would make an oblique remark at the breakfast table that would cause Sara to splutter in her tea… times when their bedroom door was inexplicably locked during the middle of the day… and then there were the private glances her father would sometimes send her mother, somehow wicked and tender at the same time.
I cannot. View all 5 comments. Nov 23, Gilgamesha rated it it was amazing. Omg Derek and Sara's daughter is the heroine I loved it. View 2 comments.
Aug 26, Saly rated it liked it Shelves: read-in , rom-historical , virgin-heroines , short-stories-novella.
I read the KM, which is the start of another off-shoot series of a Brotherhood, which kind of sounds like the Dark-Hunters.
I felt the author added to Simon's history which we didn't see in previous books at all which felt forced, as in she did it to have a known character start off another series.
He has been corresponding with h under his friend's name. For once, I wanted something for myself. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. My review contains spoilers and they're mostly my thoughts as I went with the book But, now I think I should add my thoughts on this one.
The book is about Dr. Jake is a brilliant doctor and a womanizer, a rake of the first order but he loves only one woman, namely one Lydia Craven.
Lydia is, of course, Derek Craven's daughter; a mathematical genius and not one of the conventional beauties of the Ton.
But she is admired in the mathematical clubs and so on. Lydia has her vulnerabilities, being the 'odd ball' in every sense.
Not many man can appreciate her skills in math. When the story starts, Lydia's just got engaged to one of her colleagues and Jake's getting seriously drunk because of it.
But the irony is, none of them know about each-others feelings. Lydia's quite crazy about Jake but there was a misunderstanding between the two which led her to believe Jake doesn't care for her in any way, he isn't even attracted to her.
She also knows of his rakish ways. All these made her ignore Jake thoroughly and Jake thought that Lydia can't stand him for some reasons.
Then, from a bit of a help from Lydia's meddling mother, the ever adorable Sara, they sorted their differences out in Derek's wine-cellar.
Well, can anyone see history repeating itself?! His and Sara's interactions were so good to read, I'll say the best in this novella. I believe this could've been a nice full-length novel, I'd read it only for Derek aka my baby.
No love scenes in that sense but there were plenty of touching and kissing and Derek rwaaar!! And, he did his research well on Jake, including his bed partners.
Damn that man takes my breath away! But, we've seen Simon in almost all the MacAllister books so far.
In them, Simon was portrayed as a happy-go-lucky chap, a knight-errant who loves to have meaningless affairs with lady's maids and married women in his own words, if his implications were anything.
He was also a definite fun to read, I really loved him as a secondary character even though I didn't approve of some stuffs you can guess!
Otherwise, Simon was a man who loves to help and protect the ones he loves. In this novella, Simon proved that again but was this the Simon I really knew from the other books?
The story is quite simple but there are loads of information regarding Simon and the introduction to the Brotherhood of the Swords.
We meet Stryder, who is one of the best English knights and also one of Simon's best friends. I didn't know that. I also didn't know that Simon were in the crusades with Stryder and had a bad experience.
I mean it was really bad. He was imprisoned and tortured in Outremer, along with Stryder and another guy, Edward. While Simon has chosen to forget about his experiences and live his life, Stryder is broody and keeps to himself.
That first scene was really funny; Simon being in his own element, saving Stryder from some crazy harpies, who can't get enough of him his lands, skills in bed and body, in Stryder's own words!
Then enter Kenna, Edward's sister. She's a Scottish princess, cousin to king Malcolm. But Kenna is a simple girl, by which I mean she has no complexity in her character.
She knows she's not a beauty in the conventional sense. No man looks at her twice unless they know about her title and money. I really felt for her since she's very sweet and honest.
She met Simon a year ago, after her brother died. Kenna originally wanted to meet Stryder but it's Simon, who's also Stryder's kind of a personal secretary writes his letters and stuffs as Stryder is a busy first-class knight and illiterate , talks to her.
Kenna asked him about writing to Stryder and then started the exchange of sweet letters. They come very close to each-other and at one point, fell in love.
Kenna doesn't know it's Simon who writes to her. Simon thinks he'll never amount to Stryder's prowess as a knight and also, the fact that he's not a titled lord.
Moreover, he's illegitimate. Simon is sure he and Kenna has no future together since Kenna, being a princess, has to marry accordingly.
The misunderstanding starts as Kenna comes to visit Stryder, thinking he proposed to her in his last letter. And, you can guess, Stryder is dumbfounded!
Then, in confrontation, the truth comes out. Kenna is hurt thinking they made fun of her but Simon takes her somewhere out and proves her of his love.
I loved seeing the fact that Kenna did love the man who wrote her those letters and she took it in easily that Simon is her man, not Stryder. But, as they knew, everyone expected Kenna to marry Stryder and when they return, they find both king Henry II and Malcolm present, not only for the jousting ceremony that's taking place but also for Kenna and Stryder's marriage.
Oh damn! This book did make me cry a lot in the end and it being a novella, I have to say a big feat indeed! Novellas are usually pretty rushed up, so no time for emotional turmoils.
But, KM proved she can give you everything in a novella, too. Simon had to prove a lot in the joust, knowing he's no match for Stryder.
Also, after the defeat, he chose to save Stryder from another assassination attempt these attempts are like breathing for Stryder! And, Simon got seriously injured.
I'll leave the ending out for now and talk about some other points. The background of the BotS was a bit too much to take in because it was a bit sudden for me.
Simon had a nick too, the Wraith. The explanation is in the book. I believe, for this reason and also because Simon was such an endearing character, he deserved a full-length novel.
I also felt the book talked too much about Stryder. Just me! But, counting in the fact that he's the hero of the next book, I acceded.
KM did squeeze in a lot of information regarding the BotS. Stryder proved to be a complex character, I'm really interested in his book.
He and Simon, bound by their tortured past, vowed that they'd never marry. But, Simon relented for Kenna since he could not live without her. All in all, this novella did give me a feeling of completion, which I usually don't experience in a novella.
It has two sweet love scenes. I don't really remember much details about the story except that Ned was supposed to marry one sister but that sister was seeing someone else.
The other, probably the younger and not-as-beautiful-as-the-elder-sister one falls for Ned. Then the younger sister tries to help the older one to elope at night and was caught by Ned, who was residing in their house.
I'll do a full review after I read it again and the rating may change but I remember there is a fun poem at the end of the novella, typical JQ stuff, worth a reading at least for that.
Jul 04, Pamela rated it liked it Shelves: books. Feb 06, kris rated it it was ok. This Upsets Dr.
Jake Linley because of his engorged boners. When 'locked' in a wine cellar, they 'hash it out' and end up 'super in love'. This was inoffensive if slightly undercooked.
Because they were both Interested when they first met but didn't say anything, they start sniping at one another because of UST. Or something. And it's love.
And Sara coordinates it between bouts with her husband. Except she thinks he's Lord Stryker because assholes can't be bothered to sign more than an initial.
So then a joust to determine who gets to marry Kenna! And finally True Love. This was--something. I liked it even while railing against the writing.
There's something about these medieval books that just rankles: how the characters feel like puppets and there's a lot of telling in place of development.
All that and I still was routing for these two idiots, so 2 stars. Julia Quinn is so much more delightful to me in small sips: her humor can highlight rather than attempt to carry the story, and her characters fit the small space well.
That said, I was a bit weirded out by how explicitly this story called out the switch. Like, at one point, Ned imagines Lydia pregnant with his child.
And then imagines Charlotte pregnant with his child. Oct 18, Katie Tran rated it it was ok Shelves: gross-males , girl-got-spunk , dnf , bleh-males , alpha-pigs , slim-heroines.
So Derek Craven and Sara had 5 children together? I wish there were more on the Raifords and their family.
Just wanted more background on the older couples. I love the idea of this anthology, short stories about secondary characters from other books getting their HEAs.
I find I end up loving a well drawn secondary character almost as much as the main ones so I thought this was a fabulous idea!
Against the Odds by Lisa Kleypas 5 Stars This novella was the reason I was so eager to read this anthology, I am a huge fan of Lisa Kleypas, and Dreaming of You is one of my favourite books, so seeing a novella that has my book husband Derek Craven in it had I love the idea of this anthology, short stories about secondary characters from other books getting their HEAs.
Against the Odds by Lisa Kleypas 5 Stars This novella was the reason I was so eager to read this anthology, I am a huge fan of Lisa Kleypas, and Dreaming of You is one of my favourite books, so seeing a novella that has my book husband Derek Craven in it had me very excited.
Lydia, is Derek and Sara's daughter and like her father she is very mathmatically minded but also very sensible and makes decisions using her head and not her heart.
But, could this be the right thing to do when chosing a husband? Although short I did really enjoy this. With a relatively small number of pages Lisa Kleypas created a likable hero and heroine who had explosive chemistry and deep feelings for one another.
And, it was not only great to see a new romance blossom, but also to see Sara and Derek 20 years later and still just as much in love.
If you are a fan of Lisa Kleypas this is a must read, and if you haven't read her before this is a nice taster. Midsummer's Knight by Kinley MacGregor aka Sherrilyn Kenyon 3 Stars Before I start this review properly I should warn you that I am not really a fan of Sherrilyn Kenyon's writing style, and that is the main problem I have with her books and unfortunately this book was no different.
I liked the idea of two people falling in love through letters and then finally coming face to face, it was very sweet, but, as I always do, I found the writing over the top and a little cheesy.
She can write the most amusing light hearted banter and sweet romances, making her books so readable that I find I have finished them before I have even realised I have begun!
A Tale of Two Sisters is very much the same, a funny smart girl and a sightly wicked but essentially nice guy who fall in love with eachother.
If this were a full length novel I would have a few issues with how quickly they managed to fall in love, but as it was a novella I find that it is much easier to forgive.
A great quick read that will have you chuckling to yourself! Jul 08, Minh rated it it was ok Shelves: romance. I'm not sure why I continue to torment myself with these Anthologies, most of the time there's 1 slight glimmer of hope with at least 2 other hard slogs which was very much the case in this novel.
Julia Quinn's name was enough to entice me to pick up this book, Lisa Kleypas helped a little as well. Lisa Kleypas's story picked up seemingly in the middle of the story.
All of the characters knew one another and were discussing events of a few days past. I couldn't relate to the characters with all I'm not sure why I continue to torment myself with these Anthologies, most of the time there's 1 slight glimmer of hope with at least 2 other hard slogs which was very much the case in this novel.
I couldn't relate to the characters with all the presumed knowledge of one another and the quick hard-love-engagement didn't convince me in the least.
Medieval times. Enough said. I really don't like romances set in this era, it's enough to prejudice me against the author.
I thought the plot was overly dramatic and silly and the hero too improbable. On one hand he's known as the Wraith, legendary warrior and then he's a sap writing letters to this girl he's met only once?
Only problem was, it's not all that original of a concept but I would rate it the best of the three in this bunch. It is also part of the anthology, Where's My Hero?
Favorite Quotes "I adore every quarrelsome, terrifyingly logical inch of you I love it that you're as smart as hell and not afraid to let anyone know it.
I love your green eyes. I love the way you are with your family. My beautiful Lydia-" -Jake "You idiot. You would wait until thirty-eight hours before my wedding to tell me this!
Nov 28, Becca rated it really liked it. Lisa Kleypas' story was about the eldest daughter of one of her couples from another story. She was set up to be married to a titled gentleman who shared similar interests but not passion with the heroine.
Somehow, our heroine ended up deciding a few days before the wedding that she would rather be with the hero, a country doctor with too much pride, but to be honest, I don't remember much of the details, except that the characters went from hating on each other to loving each other with a speed that made my head spin.
My favorite parts were about her parents,Sara and Derek, anyway. This story was a quick read, but forgettable. I really liked Simon so I was looking forward to this.
Simon was in a pickle because he had fallen in love with a woman he had been corresponding with over the past year in the name of his best friend.
When they finally meet, the heroine quickly determines that Simon is the writer of the letters so the misunderstanding is short lived.
The couple then has a few hurdles to overcome in order to be together. I thought this was a sweet story and the most believable romance of the bunch.
Julia Quinn's writing is so light and fluffy, I typically enjoy the ride even if the reason for love is a stretch.
In this story, the love affair takes place over a few days. Ned is about to marry one sister when right before the wedding he realizes perhaps he made the wrong choice.
Circumstances throw the hero and heroine together a few times and then suddenly they are spouting all of this grand prose about how much they love each other.
While I think their personalities definitely melded well and that they were on the road to happiness together, I definitely did not believe the characters were there yet.
I guess I should probably blame that on the fact that this is a novella. However, despite the lack in development, I still really enjoyed reading this.
The dialogue and the ending are ingeniously funny. I definitely would have enjoyed this more had it been longer. Though each story is rated separately, collectively it feels as if it should be a 4 star read.
Against the Odds 3. However, familiarity with the author's knack for filling the most trite storyline with interesting characters I was game to read this short.
Unfortunately, it was my least favorite of the three. Jake Linley, who has harbored a secret affection for Lydia for years, decides Lydia should know the passion she'd be missing in her life if she searches for absolutes.
Midsummer's Night 4stars : Simon of Ravenswood who has been a great character in each of his appearances is acting as Knight for the much referenced Earl of Blackmoor when he has the opportunity to meet Lady Kenna, sister of one their fallen comrades.
With a backdrop of jousts and tournaments, Simon and Kenna have to overcome a few obstacles of their own to find their way to each other.
While I wished that Simon had a longer book and that he displayed more of the Simon from the previous installments, I enjoyed the tender side of his character just as much.
Ned's female relatives won't stop stalking him to discuss his affiancing to the perfect dowry in the form of neighbor Lydia Thornton.
With his wedding day rapidly approaching, Ned still longs for the passion he feels should exist within a marriage and not the noose he feels tightening around his neck.
A chance encounter with Lydia's sister Charlotte leads to a change in heart. This entry definitely gave me plenty of smiles about these fun people.
Having never read this author I had no expectation but I found myself enjoying the characters and the story and will work to get this series off the TBR list!
Aug 23, Anna D. However, I liked Ned more so in the other books than in this short story. He was much more charming in Minx than here, which was a bit disappointing.
So cute! The bonus is that we get another look at Derek and Sara Craven — as if we could get enough of them from Dreaming of You….
Be that as it may, I still loved this story. Simon is a wonderful hero — strong, smart, romantic, but most of all loyal and honorable. Kenna was also a great heroin in that she was brave enough to tell the truth, but respectful of their traditions.
Apr 12, Robin rated it really liked it Shelves: , historical-romance. This is a romance anthology with three short stories: Against the Odds by Lisa Kleypas - Bluestocking Lydia Craven believes the probability of falling in love is very low.
But when she is locked in the wine cellar with Dr. Jake Linley, she just might change her mind. Cute story that suffers from the short length.
Midsummer's Knight by Kinley MacGregor - Lady Kenna falls in love with the man who answered her letters, only to find out he is Simon of Ravenswood, a common knight who is below her stati This is a romance anthology with three short stories: Against the Odds by Lisa Kleypas - Bluestocking Lydia Craven believes the probability of falling in love is very low.
Midsummer's Knight by Kinley MacGregor - Lady Kenna falls in love with the man who answered her letters, only to find out he is Simon of Ravenswood, a common knight who is below her station.
I just couldn't get into this story and eventually gave up reading it.