Blackmoore cover final 6 25 13; Blackmoorejuliannedonaldson Julianne Donaldson is an amazing author—one of the best authors I’ve ever read. Cassandra. 12 Sep Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson Read: August 14 – 15, Published: September 9, by Shadow Mountain Source: April – you’re. 14 Sep From the desk of Katie Patchell: In Julianne Donaldson published her debut novel, the highly successful Regency romance Edenbrooke.

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An absolutely stunning second novel by Julianne Donaldson.

Her deplorable mother wants her to marry Mr. Heroines that are lovable and fierce and so very good at heart that you can’t help but root for their happily ever afters.

You might want to check her out too. This is not only about romantic love. Okay, so I haven’t heard of this author and I have read some historicals in the past but it’s only Julia Quinn and Jennifer Ashley types. Rocky Road Josi S. I knew him long before she did, and better, too.

I loved this book! For that is what I felt as soon as I met her—disappointment that she was so very bland. Kate Worthington comes from a loveless family. The perfect book when you want to read something that makes you happy. The reader has to assume she was just a psycho but I think it would have been good to have explained.

One of the most endearing passages in the book is between a young man and his grandfather. While at Blackmoore, Kate must discover the secrets in her heart, the worth of her dreams, and the strength to open her own cage and soar.

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I did keep reading so that’s something but mainly because it was a fast read and I wanted to see if what I thought would happen did. The stupid girl simply has no goals in life other than to spend it blithely playing Mozart and visiting her childhood friend’s home: She wants to travel to India with her aunt to keep herself and Henry free.

I love Julianne Donaldson’s books! But whyI kept asking myself.

Love is not a triangle: Blackmoore by Julianne Donaldson

I am unfortunately a book hoarder, which means I save the most anticipated book to read last. This is good clean fun, but with some delicious sexual tension underlying blafkmoore all.

I’m assuming not, but I thought it was a little ambiguous. I took a dozen steps toward the house before I stopped and turned around.

Now inshe has written her second Regency novel, Blackmoorewhich is set on the moors and windswept cliffs of England, in the halls of an old manor, filled with binding secrets, forgotten memories, and hidden love.

I like how different Blackmoore is from them.

She is really talented, and so far all the books I’ve read by her made me feel strongly. You know those rare books that you keep glancing at the page number as you read, wishing it would magically stop increasing so that the story would never end?

The heroine was blackmore was flawed and someone you could relate to.


Like a dancing crystal in the sunlight with it’s many angles of clear and dark, catching a ray of light to a dance of many colors. Ju,ianne has me smiling, crying, and almost everything in between. She stopped in front of me, her hands on her hips.


I agree—the hero of Blackmpore is one of my favorite heroes if not my absolute favorite in Regency fiction. Kate journeys to the stately manor of Blackmoore determined to fulfill her end of the bargain sooner rather than later and enlists the help of her dearest childhood friend, Henry Delafield. Set in Northern England inBlackmoore is a Regency romance that tells the story of a young donaldsn struggling to learn how to follow her heart.

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We check all files by special algorithm to prevent their re-upload. Kate has been keeping secrets from her two best friends, Henry and Sylvia. I wonder how far away they blackmoote take you. This book I finished at five in the morning!

I may also have neglected my husband, but he’s used to sharing me with books by now, poor guy.

I have a soft spot for ghost stories and historicals, and the combo is next to impossible to find.