Sweet Release (Blakewell/Kenleigh Family Trilogy, #1)

Sweet Release (Blakewell/Kenleigh Family Trilogy, #1) For Five Pounds Sterling, The Convict Was Hers Though Cassie Hated The Slave Trade, Her Virginia Plantation Demanded The Labor, And She Knew This Fevered Man Would Surely Die If She Left Him But As His Wounds Healed, And As His Muscled Chest Bronzed From The Sun, Cassie Realized Cole Braden Was Far Dangerous Than His Papers Had Indicated For He Could Steal Her Breath With A Glance, Or Lay Siege To Her Senses With A Touch.Abducted, Beaten, And Given A New Name, Alec Kenleigh Went From Master Of An English Shipbuilding Empire To Fourteen Years Of Indentured Servitude In The American Colonies There, He Was Known As Cole Braden, A Convicted Ravisher And Defiler Of Women While He Longed To Ravish The Auburn Haired Beauty Who Owned Him, He Knew His One Hope Of Earning Her Love And His Freedom Was To Prove His True Identity Only Then Could He Turn The Tables And Obtain His Sweet Release. This is an amazing story One of Pamela Clare s finest Sweet Release Blakewell Kenleigh 1 and just 0.99 for a limited time Sweet Releaseis the first book in the Blakewell Kenleigh trilogy, and I don t even know where to start when reviewing this story, so I ll skip the plot synopsis and keep it short and sweet It s a tale filled with adventure, passion, and romance that will stay with you long after you ve read those final words No matter the genre, Ms Clare kn This is an amazing story One of Pamela Clare s finest Sweet Release Blakewell Kenleigh 1 and just 0.99 for a limited time Sweet Releaseis the first book in the Blakewell Kenleigh trilogy, and I don t even know where to start when reviewing this story, so I ll skip the plot synopsis and keep it short and sweet It s a tale filled with adventure, passion, and romance that will stay with you long after you ve read those final words No matter the genre, Ms Clare knows how to bring her characters to life making them so muchthan just names and words on the page, and Alec Kenleigh and Cassie Blakewell are among my favorites They are people of honor and integrity who aren t afraid of hard work They re the kind of people who built this country, the ones
Final rating 4 5 starsMy thought after finishing the book It was really good. Not as awesome as i hoped it to be, but it wasinteresting romance and i don t regret reading it I ventured into this story wanting to read third book Ride the Fire , but i changed my mind when i saw that all three books involve two families Blakewell Kenleigh families. And then i thought why not Sometimes reading out of order is a good choice, but i don t think it would be good for this trilogy.Thi Final rating 4 5 starsMy thought after finishing the book It was really good. Not as awesome as i hoped it to be, but it wasinteresting romance and i don t regret reading it I ventured into this story wanting to read third book Ride the Fire , but i changed my mind when i saw that all three books involve two families Blakewell Kenleigh families. And then i thought why not Sometimes reading out of order is a good choice, but i don t think it would be good for this trilogy.This book was aslow building romance
Side note I m adding a star because the book was well written and the problem wasmy opinion Apparently there are two Pamela Clare heroines tough kick ass women and historical mehs This one was a littlehistorical ugh.Series YepSexy times Yea Shackles included Didn t do a thing for me Plan on readingby the author Yes, however, NOT this series.Synopsis Alec, the upstanding and powerful English gentleman, is believed to be dead from an attack on the streets of London when
This is a great, fairly epic story It is longer than most HRs, and the plot, settings and descriptions of characters and locations is fardetailed than most It gives you a real taste for the period and the people, the cruelty and the struggles It is set over a considerably longer timeframe than most HRs and this allows the relationship between the hero and heroine to develop at arealistic pace, making their love and affectioncredible It also allows the secondary characters t This is a great, fairly epic story It is longer than most HRs, and the plot, settings and descriptions of characters and locations is fardetailed than most It gives you a real taste for the period and the people, the cruelty and the struggles It is set over a considerably longer timeframe than most HRs and this allows the relationship between the hero and heroine to develop at arealistic pace, making their love and affectioncredible It
Originally posted on The Book Nympho Mistaken identity with devastating results Quick summaryAlec Kenleigh is assaulted on the streets of London and his next conscious thought is in the colonies He s now a bonded convict, purchased by Catherine Cassie Blakewell for her Virginia plantation near Williamsburg Her purchase wasa sentimental rescue as Alec was near death As he begins his recovery, no one believes his story that he s not the convicted rapist, Cole Braden Meanwhile, Alec s Originally posted on The Book Nympho Mistaken identity with devastating results Quick summaryAlec Kenleigh is assaulted on the streets of London and his next conscious thought is in the colonies He s now a bonded convict, purchased by Ca
So, this review is a bit ill fated It kept getting erased while I typed so I copied it to a file on my computer and now that file s disappeared Is this the haunted title that won t be reviewed Yikes This is Pamela Clare s first novel and it s set in colonial Virginia That right there is enough to start the book on a positive note for me I love Virginia and I love American history Woo hoo Not many historical romance authors bother wi
3 1 2 stars Sweet Release is Pamela Clare s debut book Though it isn t in the same league as her current books, in terms of concise writing and strong plot and character development, it s well written, poignant, sensual, and at time heart wrenching I will say that the drama toward the end of the book felt a little over the top and took away from the overall quality of the story That being said, I really enjoyed this story and am blown away by the knowledge that this is Pamela Clare s first bo 3 1 2 stars Sweet Release is Pamela Clare s debut book Though it isn t in the same league as her current books, in terms of concise writing a
Great book When I started reading it the first thing I suspected is that is very similar to Shanna and after finishing it, I had it confirmed.Obviously, this story is NOT a photocopy It is good, it is still fresh and it is HOT wink Alec Cole at the beginning is a high stung English, but as the story proceedes he s doing a fast growing up I like him though I liked how he was capable to remain himself, even in front of very difficult situation he found himslef in from rich to indentured serv Great book When I started reading it the first thing I suspected is that is very similar to Shanna and after finishing it, I had it confirmed.Obviously, this story is NOT a photocopy It is good, it is still fresh and it is HOT wink Alec Cole at the beginning is a high stung English, but as the story proceedes he s doing a fast growing up I like him though I liked how he was capable to remain himself, even in front of very difficult situation he found himslef in from rich to indentured servant in an almost blink He s not afraid of hard work, he s not so haughty to avoid slaves, he s good with children Cassie is sometimes incredibly strong, sometimes too naive for everyone s good She s in a difficult situation her father is mentally sick, but she must avoid anyone outside the estate finding it out, else she l have the estate taken out of h
This book was sooo good I loved it One of the best historical romance books I ve read. I picked this up because the blurb reminded me of Woodiwiss Shanna a book I remember and adore from decades ago A guy kidnapped and transported as another person a convict to the colonies to work as indentured labor for the h s father s plantation in Virginia While Shanna was a deceiving witch, this h is a sweet and kind plantation owner who treats her slaves kindly and is trying to run things in her father s absence