The Haunted Heiress of Wyndcliffe Manor

The Haunted Heiress of Wyndcliffe Manor Avenge me Jennifer Avenge me so that I may rest in peace Orphaned in a train wreck as a little girl and raised by a family of poor coal miners Jane spent her girlhood toiling in the mines near Newca

  • Title: The Haunted Heiress of Wyndcliffe Manor
  • Author: Beverly C. Warren
  • ISBN: 9780821739112
  • Page: 408
  • Format: Paperback
  • Avenge me, Jennifer Avenge me so that I may rest in peace Orphaned in a train wreck as a little girl and raised by a family of poor coal miners, Jane spent her girlhood toiling in the mines near Newcastle, plagued by flashes of forgotten memories Who was she and where did she belong Only after fleeing the mines and traveling across England with a band of gypsies Avenge me, Jennifer Avenge me so that I may rest in peace Orphaned in a train wreck as a little girl and raised by a family of poor coal miners, Jane spent her girlhood toiling in the mines near Newcastle, plagued by flashes of forgotten memories Who was she and where did she belong Only after fleeing the mines and traveling across England with a band of gypsies did she meet the man who had haunted her dreamsd who took her home at last to Wyndcliffe Manor.But the arrival of Jane now Jennifer Hardwicke and the heiress of Wyndcliffe fanned the flames of intrigue and desperate blackmail that had been smoldering for years among the jealous heirs Finally understanding her past, unafraid of the future, and determined to avenge her grandfather s murder and claim her rightful dominion Jennifer managed to avoid the first furtive attempts on her life Yet when she took her seat at the head of the huge baronial table and lifted her wine goblet, she realized that only doom awaited her in the shadowy mist filled courtyard of Wyndcliffe Manor.

    One thought on “The Haunted Heiress of Wyndcliffe Manor”

    1. This was a pretty good story, but the writing was simplistic -- it made the characters flat & the dialogue wooden. While there was a distinct lack of adverb flogging (always a good thing), everyone was constantly addressing each other by name -- "Where have you been, Jennifer?" "On the terrace, Michael." "Jennifer, I told you never to go there alone." -- as if the dearth of adverbial tags would somehow confuse the reader. Maybe the author was trying to pad her word count? Who knows. That bei [...]

    2. You know, it's a shame Beverly C. Warren didn't garner more popularity, as I've been enjoying the hell of her books. I picked up three used and so far am in the beginning of the third one. This one was the first I read (I really need to catch up on these reviews). I couldn't find a cover of this anywhere online, and it's a shame, as I love the gothic covers on these. I may be able to scan it from work.First, the heroine Jennifer. Very likable girl, strong, independent, curious, intelligent. The [...]

    3. I absolutely love gothic romances with all of the mystery and the strong female characters. Beverly C. Warren is an amazing author incorporating an unforgettable story with amazing characters.

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