Although I do miss Georgie's POV I have to say that I did enjoy Tess's. I really love how the author sets up the next book by introducing us to the new romance. It’s PERFECT, I really can't wait to be in Jane's POV! With her witty comebacks, I'm sure it’s going to be a hoot!
Exile for Dreamers is on par with book one with a wonderful blend of history, romance, danger, and just a hint of paranormal. The story continues effortlessly from book one, which I applaud the author for doing so well. Changing the POV from book one to book two but continuing on with the same story is not an easy job, but the author did a flawless job at it!
Ok, this is a note to the author! I want a prequel!!! I want to know about Ms. Stranje and Madame Cho!!! NEED TO KNOW!!
The ending of this one was so much better than book one. I am just so amazed on how the ending wraps up with this character's POV but leaves the story open for the next one.
"You can't truly believe your scars bother me. How can you? When, God help me, I yearn to trace each and every one with my lips."
Well well little Tess she's a sexy beast LOL.
Book in a Pinch
Historical Masterpiece with Romance, Danger, a hint of Paranormal that tells the boys that it’s time to let the girls save the day!
Go Into This One Knowing
Ending will make you cry! Happy tears!
Tess can't run far enough or fast enough to escape the prophetic dreams that haunt her. Dreams bring nothing but death and grief, and Tess refuses to accept that she may be destined for the same madness that destroyed her mother. Until her disturbing dreams become the only means of saving Lord Ravencross, the man she loves, and her friends at Stranje House from Lady Daneska and her lover, the Ghost-agent of Napoleon, who has escaped from Elba. Can the young ladies of Stranje House prevail once more? Or is England destined to fall into the hands of the power-mad dictator?