Ask Me No Questions

Ask Me No Questions A winsome widow and a few white lies win hearts in the third volume of The Tales of the Jewelled Men Veryan s Georgian series continues apace with an impoverished but infinitely resourceful Ruth Allin

  • Title: Ask Me No Questions
  • Author: Patricia Veryan
  • ISBN: 9780449222805
  • Page: 111
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • A winsome widow and a few white lies win hearts in the third volume of The Tales of the Jewelled Men Veryan s Georgian series continues apace with an impoverished but infinitely resourceful Ruth Allington, who finds herself in love with the very man circumstances required her to deceive.

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    1. Oh, this was good, even though a bit slow to build up to the final finish. Love this series and waiting to get my hands on the next one. Nice blend of romance, history derring-do and a truly evil batch of baddies conspiring to topple - well, we don't quite know yet what it is they're trying to accomplish.

    2. Book three down! This is not a series to read out of order or with big lapses in-between, as each one builds on the next. So far, book one felt the most with the league of the jeweled men, book two had the best heroine, and this one wins the best little heroes. Twins! However in all of the books, my favorite characters have been Falcon and Morris, it's because of them and wanting to see what happens next that I move on to the next book in the series. Later I may do a proper review.

    3. What a fun! Patricia Veryan was a great storyteller. I just couldn't take my eyes away. Really. They started to hurt. I was so gripped that I didn't notice when I read dozens of pages.The romance was full of obstacles and misunderstandings. The mystery was well intertwined with the whole series. Great main and supporting characters (even such as Mr. Aymer). I have the feeling that Veryan (like G. Heyer) first created characters then the story. Thanks to this, all is such consistent.The twins - h [...]

    4. I enjoyed this one. It was fun to have the story told more from the perspective of the female character, even though the main plot is based on the male character. I enjoyed the story - and there were twins in it!!!

    5. Perhaps because I started in the middle of the series (I couldn't figure out which one was the beginning), I couldn't get into this book. At the beginning I couldn't keep all the characters straight. The characters seemed like they were brought in from Central Casting and there was no wit or edge to their personalities. Also, I felt that the setting and period details weren't thoroughly drawn in. I kept wanting to superimpose a Regency backdrop and had to keep reminding myself--this is the mid-1 [...]

    6. Haven't picked up Veryan for a looong time. Glowering heroes and independent ladies and snappy dialogue.Beach read!

    7. I feel like this series is finally starting to pick up a little. I enjoyed this one a little more than the others.

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