!!> BOOKS ✯ My Surrender (The Rose Hunters Trilogy #3) ⚡ Author Connie Brockway – Loufanet.info

Charlotte Nash has been romping through society for years collecting tidbits of knowledge she passes on to aid in the fight against Protestants and France Nobody suspects anything because women, amirite, so everyone just thinks she s a floozy Dand Ross is also a spy When Charlotte needs to go undercover by going under the covers heh , she turns to the one man pledged to aid her however she might need it Dand Lights, inappropriate touching, love 1 This was actually a rather well done refl Charlotte Nash has been romping through society for years collecting tidbits of knowledge she passes on to aid in the fight against Protestants and France Nobody suspects anything because women, amirite, so everyone just thinks she s a floozy Dand Ross is also a spy When Charlotte needs to go undercover by going under the covers heh , she turns to the one man pledged to aid her however she might need it Dand Lights, inappropriate touching, love 1 This was actually a rather well done reflection on the fall from grace a woman might suffer if she opted to circumvent society s dictates on proper behavior While there are holes in it, and it could have used slightlyfleshing out in place of some of the spy games nonsense , watching Charlotte determine how to move forward with her ruination in spite of her friends concerns was intriguing Her family is notably absent, which is one of the aforementioned holes , but There s a sense of very real consequence to Charlotte s decision, and one passage in particular where Charlotte is realizing the impact to her friends and family and attempting to harden her resolve was so well done I may have teared up don t tell anyone Anyways.2 That said the spy games were.whatever It was less about the actual spying andabout reminding us that Charlotte is an information gatherer and Dand may or may not be a well known spy from the continent THE MORE YOU KNOW The reality is that the spy stuff was not interesting to me and the implications of the very important letter were lost on me 3 Rose Bros, HO 4 The premise that 3 men bonded by an oath to each other then marry the 3 daughters of some man who saved their life is silly And with that silliness prowling in the margins, it made it hard to believe that Dand and Charlotte were actually falling in love because they connected over a shared worldview andthat Dand was the last of the Rose Bros available to protect Charlotte and of course they end up together because NEAT ENDINGS SELL ROMANCES IDK, it ended up feeling lazy rather thenlike it fit, like it worked 5 Very little of this novel is from Dand s POV basically, he s a shadow with a mysterious aristocratic background that has boners for Charlotte 6 Also, the ending was a complete disaster It ends when Charlotte s brothers in law arrive and knock out Dand THE END There is zero resolution to any of it It s sloppy and shoddy and removed a lot of my goodwill by being so ridiculous PS THAT EPILOGUE DOESN T EXIST YOU CAN T TELL ME OTHERWISE 7 In spite of all my complaining and italics, I did enjoy this the most of the 3, I think or from what I can remember of the other 2 I just wish the spy looming villain crap had been left where it belonged Bourne s hands and there was a littledevelopment to Dand I know a lot of readers really liked this trilogy From the start I did not buy into the story It was draggy to me There was a lot of redundancy in the story line I think these three books could have been reduced to one if you eliminate the number of times that each hero heroine was seduced, tried to be seduced, wanted to be seduced, or pretended not to be seduced I kept skip, skip, skipping along so I could confirm that the traitor was whom I had identified in the first book Oh well, they I know a lot of readers really liked this trilogy From the start I did not buy into the story It was draggy to me There was a lot of redundancy in the story line I think these three books could have been reduced to one if you eliminate the number of times that each hero heroine was seduced, tried to be seduced, wanted to be seduced, or pretended not to be seduced I kept skip, skip, skipping along so I could confirm that the traitor was whom I had identified in the first book Oh well, they can t all be wonderful This book, the third in the Rose Hunters Trilogy, was a bit of a disappointment I did like the romance, which was well done However, I found the resolution of the mystery that ran through all three of the books of the trilogy to be somewhat confusing I had enjoyed the way the author had set up the mystery during the first two books, and was looking forward to its solution in the last book of the series You can imagine my chagrin when I found the wrap up of this tantalizing mystery to be so u This book, the third in the Rose Hunters Trilogy, was a bit of a disappointment I did like the romance, which was well done However, I found the resolution of the mystery that ran through all three of the books of the trilogy to be somewhat confusing I had enjoyed the way the author had set up the mystery during the first two books, and was looking forward to its solution in the last book of the series You can imagine my chagrin when I found the wrap up of this tantalizing mystery to be so unsatisfying and confusing Here are some of the issues that I felt were never adequately answered and were confusing view spoiler according to the first two books, it appeared that someone had betrayed the mission of the three heros, and that s why they ended up in a French prison But, according to the third book, they were betrayed while they were in prison If that was the case, why did they get arrested in the first place How did the French know they were spies Also, it was never clear to me who Dand, the hero of this book, was working for He was working for the British government, but was he also working for the Scottish abbey that raised him And what was the abbey s role in the English war against Napoleon Did they work with the British government or have their own agenda And just what was their agenda Finally, I was totally confused as to what Douglas role was in the heros betrayal, and what exactly he had been doing in France for all those years after he supposedly died Plus, what exactly was his motivation in running around killing all the people he did He said he thought everything would go back to the way it was supposed to be once all his targets including the three heros were dead, but none of his explanations at the end made a lot of sense to me.Maybe the author explained all this at the end, but not clearly enough for me I just ended up confused by the resolution of the mystery I didn t feel that the author did a good job of tying up all the threads And that s a shame, because she s a good writer, and the romance between Charlotte and Dand was enjoyable to read hide spoiler What a splendid conclusion to The Rose Hunters Trilogy sigh I love this series This third addition was fantastic I loved Charrlotte and Dand s story very much It was wonderful.Both hero and heroine were strong and brave Dand Ross drove me crazy I wanted to simultaneously slap him and kiss him at the same time Ugh He was stubborn, hardheaded, and very determined Charlotte was corageous and strong heroine I really liked her I loved the romance between them.What I loved most about th What a splendid conclusion to The Rose Hunters Trilogy sigh I love this series This third addition was fantastic I loved Charrlotte and Dand s story very much It was wonderful.Both hero and heroine were strong and brave Dand Ross drove me crazy I wanted to simultaneously slap him and kiss him at the same time Ugh He was stubborn, hardheaded, and very determined Charlotte was corageous and strong heroine I really liked her I loved the romance between them.What I loved most about this story is how Charlotte slowly creates cracks in Dand s tough fa ade Deep down, Dand Ross is a wonderful and caring man and Lottie was just the right woman to bring it all out without really fully changing him He ll always be Dand, but with heart Cheesy, I know, but I m a sucker for these types of stories My favourite kind of heroes always men who are madly in love with the heroine all the way through and can t say anything about it And Dand Ross defenitely fit that description The only complaints I have are the abrubt ending and the fact that we didn t get a lot of insight into Dand s heart It would be great to seeof his feelings for Lottie CONNIE BROCKWAY Sweeps Readers Into The Ballrooms And Boudoirs Of Regency Era London And On To The Scottish Highlands In A Sizzling Tale Of Scandal, Deception, And Breathtaking PassionCharlotte Nash Is The Most Impulsive Of The Nash Sisters Using Her Position As One Of London S Most Popular And Naughty Debutantes, She Assists English Spies In Conveying Messages That Will Help Them Infiltrate Napoleon S Inner Circle And Fulfill The Mission Her Father Died Trying To Achieve But Only As A Courtesan Can She Infiltrate London S Most Notorious Gatherings And Retrieve A Crucial Document Is She Ready To Take Part In A Deception That Will Leave Her Reputation In Shreds And When Highlander Dand Ross A Dangerous, Disreputable Blackguard Reappears In Her Life And Offers His Aid, Dare She Accept It The Exquisite Pleasure She Finds In His Arms Might Be Worth The Price Of Her Surrender, But Is The Dark Highlander Who Loves Her So Passionately Really Just Luring Her Toward The Ultimate Betrayal I knew it I had 90% certain guessed who the bad guy was, and I was right I loved Charrlotte and Dand s story, though maybe not as much as Kate Kit and Helena Ram s But once again the writing was seemless, and the plot sweet I just wish we d gotteninsight into Dand s heart and head, and I felt that some of their time together was passed over a little too quickly for my tastes D SpoilersI think what really lost me is the lack of hero pov I get why she did this, but the intrigue really ruined it for me I already knew the hero wasn t the villain I already had an inkling who it was And after the two maybe it s him, maybe it s not him pov s it just didn t sit well with my reading experience And then she threw in there while in the villain s pov about some dark master How do you throw in a dark master and not actually have a dark master It made it seem like there wa SpoilersI think what really lost me is the lack of hero pov I get why she did this, but the intrigue really ruined it for me I already knew the hero wasn t the villain I already had an inkling who it was And after the two maybe it s him, maybe it s not him pov s it just didn t sit well with my reading experience And then she threw in there while in the villain s pov about some dark master How do you throw in a dark master and not actually have a dark master It made it seem like there was a higher entity pulling the strings, when really it was just insanity, which again, it was HEAVILY alluded that it was just insanity Nothing about this was really surprising And I think it was trying REALLY hard to be surprising Which , again, lost a lot of my enjoyment I like having the hero s pov especially if it s heavily heroine oriented It just balances the energies out At least for me.And it seems kinda too random that bit by bit, the hero s pov lost it s intrigue, like she lost steam halfway through and was like ah, fuck it, I know that you know that I know this isn t working, so just, here s the hero being an actual hero pov Not to mention that Dand was really excited, and maybe it was just cause Lottie was always exited to be around Dand, that it made the audience me wanna be next to Dand, and therefore, INSIDE Dand s head, that I NEEDED his pov Not to mention that I wantdepth to him How did he feel about being the only member of his family Does he feel happy that he has a kid and therefore has blood family again What were his thoughts about Lottie and the way she worked it out Was he happy for his brothers to have found happiness and were moving on from the past He feels so incomplete, that it just further downgraded this story to meh ville The thing that really saved this, however, was that she did compensate by having Lottie really well rounded, since we were mostly in her head any way So this was really her story, with bits of Dand every where Yet, that s also a problem, because again, it s not just HER story, this involves the brotherhood, the past, and it machinations.And then, the villain dies, and that s it No one talks about it again There isn t any brotherhood bonding after years of thinking it was probably Dand because he was the most shady on them all, and the devil s own Whatever that means.Just so underwhelming It s an ok story It s even an ok love story, because even though you don t really get inside his head, he shows that he is in love with her, so that s not a problem But everything just sort of happens and I REALLY need the commentary I love for commentary And not to mention it s the end of a series Shouldn t we have a pretty bow Can t we have everyone gathering about the fire, or with brandy snifters and being like Yeah, bro, I didn t really think it was you Kit and Ram had that Where s Dand s And where s the grief I feel like I m not talking in circle now So just, an underwhelming end to a somewhat intriguing series Lots of potential, but not quite there for me In this book the very forgettable heroine acts like a hoyden to allay any suspicion that she is actually a spy of sorts The forgettable hero is a spy who has vowed with his life to protect our forgettable heroine, thus allowing for lots of boring lectures about how unsafe her spying is He then suspends all good judgment, and she becomes to stupid to live in a hair brained scheme that I could not suspend my disbelief for, nor dredge up much interest in Lots of skimming took place Still I gi In this book the very forgettable heroine acts like a hoyden to allay any suspicion that she is actually a spy of sorts The forgettable hero is a spy who has vowed with his life to protect our forgettable heroine, thus allowing for lots of boring lectures about how unsafe her spying is He then suspends all good judgment, and she becomes to stupid to live in a hair brained scheme that I could not suspend my disbelief for, nor dredge up much interest in Lots of skimming took place Still I give it two stars because it s about a million times better than most one star romances Ms Brockway, I say this with all due respect Stick with the humorous and light romances, you re way better at them The interguie ones, not so much I mean this is book 3, there should be some grand resolution, instead all be get is a quick wrap up and some babies Also I didn t like the hero, or the heroine for that matter in this one as there really wasn t anything to know I understand withholding information and insight to build suspense but there s a little too much withholding going on. I almost did not read this, because I was not crazy about the second book in this series I did not read the first book It was an okay fluffy read, and I was able to follow along easily despite skipping over parts of the second book, and not reading the first one at all The bad guy was exactly who I thought it was, even down to why he was after our main characters I wish Dand had been developed a little , I wanted to see things from his point of view a little. My Surrender (The Rose Hunters Trilogy #3)


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