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The Midnight Man #2020

The Midnight Man The less you know about Ramsay the better Lady Helena Hartford knows nothing about Nicholas Ramsay Rud to be the richest man in England he appears out of the shadows and commands her to trust him Ne

  • Title: The Midnight Man
  • Author: Charlotte Mede
  • ISBN: 9780758223678
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Midnight Man By Charlotte Mede, The less you know about Ramsay, the better Lady Helena Hartford knows nothing about Nicholas Ramsay Rud to be the richest man in England, he appears out of the shadows and commands her to trust him Newly widowed, Helena is the target of powerful forces determined to seize her fortune by committing her to an asylum Losing her wealth means nothing, but losing The less you know about Ramsay, the better Lady Helena Hartford knows nothing about Nicholas Ramsay Rud to be the richest man in England, he appears out of the shadows and commands her to trust him Newly widowed, Helena is the target of powerful forces determined to seize her fortune by committing her to an asylum Losing her wealth means nothing, but losing her freedom to the fetid air and hopelessness of Bedlam would be a never ending horror Nicholas has his own reasons for pursuing Lady Hartford Familiar with the scandalous reputation her artwork has inspired, he is focused on revenge but supremely unprepared for the immediate, gut clenching desire she invokes As their uneasy alliance gives way to intense passion, enemies are circling ever nearer, intent on a shocking agenda And Helena has no choice but to trust this mysterious, unpredictable man who could be her savior, or the means of delivering her to her worst nightmare.

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    1. After three tries, I finally gave up Yesa book I couldn t finish The Midnight Man by Charlotte Mede hit all my wrong buttons I didn t like the characters, I didn t like the plot, and I think I got whiplash of the mind from jumping back and forth between characters, locations, and schemes.There may be readers who enjoy this book, but I m not one.

    2. This was a dollar store find I d picked up sometime within the last 5 years or so, one of many I pick up and toss on the ol TBR mountain It was picked for my March pick it book in WaMRL, and since I m in such a reading lag this year, I m only just now getting round to reading it here in August It s all good though So far, it s interesting Different, but not bad really We ll see how it turns out Finished It was ok, readable enough, and the set up was interesting, but the hero was not very likable [...]

    3. The Midnight Man has one eye catching opening chapter Oblivion is what she craved , is the first line in this very dark and at times sensual historical romance by Charlotte Mede This is not a fluffy read, but an angst filled romance over land and by sea with a woman bent on her own destruction, along with those who want to help speed along her pain and suffering There is also a man who is obsessed with her and wants her for his own her, while at the same time he wants to punish her for the sins [...]

    4. The Midnight Man was a very difficult book to get into I had to force myself to finish it, which I usually don t do The heroine was very unlikeable and proved wanton and foolish too many times to be credible The hero wasn t fleshed out nearly enough, and I got tired of reading about his broad shoulders The story skips around from head to head and got me a tad confused at times I know this was supposed to be an historical romance, but the excessive use of ten dollar words really broke the flow an [...]

    5. Fast paced Victorian novel with a heroine in danger, some of which she brings onto herself, and the hero who constantly saves her for his own ends The so called hero , who plans to punish an innocent party for crimes committed against him, doesn t strike me as very heroic.

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