- Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
- Publisher: Avon; Reprint edition (Nov. 29 2011)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 0380758075
- ISBN-13: 978-0380758074
- Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.1 cm
- Shipping Weight: 177 g
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #84,275 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
Reckless Angel Mass Market Paperback – Nov 29 2011
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"Hail to thee, Jane Feather... readers have discovered an author to treasure."-- "Romantic Times
About the Author
Jane Feather was born in Cairo, Egypt, and grewup in the south of England. She was trained as a social worker and, after moving with her husbandand three children to New Jersey, pursued her careerin psychiatric social work. She started writingafter she relocated her family to Washington, D.C.Her other Avon Books romances include The Eagle and the Dove, Silver Nights, and Bold Destiny.
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thought them a good read. For the life of me, I just could not like the Hero OR Heroine in this
This is the Story of Sir Daniel Drummond, a Malignant Noble during the time of the execution of
Charles I and exile of Charles II and of Henrietta Asby (aka Harry) the mis-treated and mis-
understood, willful country gentle maiden.
They meet when Sir Daniel rescues Henrietta from the Battlefield at Preston. Due to the terrible
circumstances of her homelife, Henrietta ran away from home to be with her "supposedly" true
love Will, who was fighting with the royalists. In a quick turn of events Sir Daniel proposes to
Henrietta, she accepts, and the story however bad it started out, gets worse.(in one week she
went from Loving Will to marrying Sir Daniel?)
Henrietta is the kind of fictional character you literally want to strangle. She is so wishy washy.
The girl doesn't know whether she is Arthur or Martha. At times she is about at animated as a
limp rag and when she does do something, you just want to cringe and think to yourself. Ohh
well THAT was stupid!!!
And then there is Sir Daniel our stoic hero. He acts like a bit of a git really. He is so
condescending to the Heroine. Although you tend to feel for the man because he has saddled
himself with Henrietta.
I couldn't do it. I picked it up three times and all three time I threw it back down. Read a
magazine, that's what I say.
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