Mystic Rose

Mystic Rose A silken fervor caressed them a flame consuming beautiful Star Lamont and dashing Captain Troy Stewart in a wave of ripening desire beneath the Southern sky Across a fiery landscape scorched by the f

  • Title: Mystic Rose
  • Author: Patricia Gallagher
  • ISBN: 9780380016709
  • Page: 146
  • Format: Paperback
  • A silken fervor caressed them, a flame consuming beautiful Star Lamont and dashing Captain Troy Stewart in a wave of ripening desire beneath the Southern sky.Across a fiery landscape scorched by the fury of slave revolt and the tumult of war across the oceans and across the years theirs is a story of surpassing grandeur, from a moment s shipboard encounter through aA silken fervor caressed them, a flame consuming beautiful Star Lamont and dashing Captain Troy Stewart in a wave of ripening desire beneath the Southern sky.Across a fiery landscape scorched by the fury of slave revolt and the tumult of war across the oceans and across the years theirs is a story of surpassing grandeur, from a moment s shipboard encounter through a lifetime of everlasting love.

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    1. Ahhhh, the healing properties of a good historical romance with well-thought out character arcs and solid sense of place and atmosphere after coming off a cardboard cliché could-be-anytime-anywhere shoddy fuckfest (aka On Dublin Street).Mystic Rose is primarily the story of one Star Lamont, a spoiled and fragile Southern belle who hates her stepmother and step-siblings, loves parties and balls, and wants nothing more than to marry Grant Russell. But when she comes back home from a year's exile [...]

    2. First & foremost, this is NOT a bodice-ripper. It's a straightforward historical romance -- no forced seduction, no hardcore violence (maybe PG-13), & a steady arc from the beginning to a HEA. Aside from the primary villain's Evul Plotting, the characters are fairly mellow, normal folks dealing with the trials & tribulations of 1812 Charleston. Nothing too gritty here, y'all. If you can handle the violence in Gone with the Wind, you're on safe ground with Mystic Rose.The heroine, Sta [...]

    3. The dialogue between characters was wooden, there were so many info dumps that made the book highly skimmable, and the protagonists were dull and uninspiring. As flawed as Castles in the Air was, it was never boring like this book. I gave up on page 159 out of 342.

    4. How nice! A well researched historical romance with complex characters capable of growth, change, and surprise. And, how's this for a refreshing change of pace: the heroine never gets raped and the hero isn't an arrogant prick.

    5. This was a pleasant surprise. After reading some of the positive reviews of Mystic Rose, I dived head first into what I was expecting to be a satisfying read. It paid off even more than I expected. This is no bodice ripper and it borderlines on historical romance and historical fiction. The cover is a bit misleading in that I thought this would be heaving bosoms and thrusting loins. Yeah, some of that is there, but Patricia Gallagher has drawn some finely wrought characters and supporting player [...]

    6. Not sure yet how to rate this, it was different than what I was expecting. The H and h only interacted at the first and then very last of the book, the rest her being stuck at home on her father's plantation during the War of 1812, and him being non existent. While I enjoyed the historical bits about the war, it got a bit info dumpy since the heroine couldn't be directly involved in events. The slave revolt was cool though, but no other cray cray. If you're looking for an old skool romance with [...]

    7. Read October/2015*** 2 Stars ***This is my first novel by Patricia Gallagher as I've not read anything by her previously. However, I'll be really honest here as this book wasn't what I was expecting. The first 1/3 of the storyline was fast-paced with a lot of drama and purpose. Yet somehow that was lost and the remaining 2/3 of the story fell into dreary, bland storytelling with no climax keeping the reader on edge or anything. It really was disappointing. Also, it'd been much more simple if Pat [...]

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