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The Firstborn

by Dani Sinclair

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Not bad. Pretty fluffy, of course - it doesn't really rise above a standard romance - but nicely presented of its type. Very good characterization, with action appropriate to the characters every time. One striking thing was the way it took the standard romance trope of wild attraction=true love and, without subverting it, made it just one aspect of their relationship. They were attracted, each knew the other was attracted, but they neither fell into bed nor ran screaming but integrated that fact into the total picture and considered the relationship as a whole. Nicely done. It was odd reading this, since I read the series backward - now I understand a bit better why the revelation at the end was such a big deal (lacking Marcus as an active character it seemed an overreaction). And I also knew, as Hayley didn't, what Marcus was spazzing about when she cut her hair. I need to read the other two again, in the right order this time. I've read The Third Twin at least twice and I think three times, but seeing Hayley's reaction to the Crossleys made some of the assumptions there make much more sense - and so on. Good romance, good romance series. Sinclair still isn't on my 'get everything' list, but she's back to being interesting. ( )
  jjmcgaffey | Mar 5, 2010 |
A pretty predictable story of a heiress and her fight to get her house with family issues abounding. It's quite readable but nothing special. I guessed some of what was going on from quite early on and was unsurprised by elements of the ending. This is book one of the series so all the plot points aren't worked out by the end of the story. ( )
  wyvernfriend | Dec 13, 2008 |
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That was Heartskeep heiress Hayley Thomas—until the blackouts, slamming doors and nighttime whispers began. Was someone at Heartskeep toying with her or was she going crazy? With her sister away and the eerie family estate full of estranged relatives, Hayley sought help from a disturbingly sensual stranger....

With his sinful smile and aura of mythic power, Bram Myers could have been Satan himself. So how had he become a guardian angel to the stubborn benefactress whose very presence wreaked havoc with his senses? Yet when a shaken Hayley trembled in his shielding embrace, he knew he would walk through fire to keep her safe from the evil closing in.
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