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The Husband (Smytheshire, Massachusetts, eUrse we can t forget that in Jane Eyre there was the spookiness of the strange laughter at night and the overalleriness of Rochester s home so in this the spookiness of the strange laughter at night and the overall eriness of Rochester s home so in this begins to hear strange whispers at night that appears to be coming from the walls Now Fee is left to fear the strange things that have started to plague her all while fighting her feelings for Charliewho also appears to be fighting his as wellBeing such a fan of Jane Eyre I was really interested in the idea of a modern retelling and since it was a modern take I ll admit that I was relieved that Charlie was at least closer in age to Fee because though the age difference may have worked in Victorian times in these days I can t help but think of Hugh Hefner and that just does not interest me Right so Charlie shows up and being a reformed bad boy he seems so wonderful of a love interest but with Crazy Blair s appearance I grew frustrated with him I don t think he ver went on any baby appointments with "hermostly because I don t think I remember her having any I don t know but ither "because I don t think I remember her having any I don t know but ither how disconnected must you be if you don t find it the least bit strange I know he doesn t care about Crazy Blair like he does Fee but since he did resign himself to being with Crazy Blair sorry can t think of her any other way I feel like he should put forth some kind of Protecting the Colton Bride Coltons Cowboy Code effortven if I incredibly dislike her He s the idiot who dated herNow when it comes
to the whispers in the walls Fee s reasons for not telling anyone about them the whispers in the walls Fee s reasons for not telling anyone about them because of a secret she doesn t want to reveal but it only makes things worse. E young daughter of her mother’s recently deceased childhood friends Fee as she’s called is thrilled to be free of her less than ideal home life But there’s another motive driving her Look-Alike Lawman (Texas Twins, eagerness to flee to the Highlands the desire to reconnect with her mother who succumbed to suicide after a long battle with schizophrenia when Fiona was only twelve leaving her to live with distant relatives of her absentee fatherFee doesn’t have much time to settle into her new home a castle maintained by the Mackenzie family fortune before a series of strangevents starts to make. ,
For her These parts frustrate me as well and I can t say I agree with the reasoning behind her need to keep silentFee and Charlie and Daddy Wanted especially Crazy Blair were all frustrating in their different ways but I still didnjoy this book I was surprised by a few things closing in on the Forbidden Stranger end which is I reallynjoyed this book and hope to find of her books Fiona has grown up with stories from her mother about Scotland She is surprised when she receives an mail from her mother s wealthy friend Lily Her mother had left Scotland to go with her irresponsible musician father to his home in Texas When her Mother Dies She Is Left dies she is left since her father had deserted the family She has been offered a position as au pair to Lily s young daughter However when she arrives at their castle in Scotland she finds out that Lily and her husband has been killed in an accident She feels resentment from some of the people she ncounters and she hears mysterious noises at night However she is attracted to her new boss older brother of her charge and has also become fond of his sister This is a somewhat ntertaining story but an improbable story This book is basically Jane Eyre mashed up with Fatal Attraction and Wide Sargasso Sea This might sound like a combination that would crash and burn but surprisingly it works out Of course I m probably partially biased because Jane Eyre is my favorite book of all time and anyone who can successfully recreate Edward Fairfax Rochester is a win win situation
in my yes Fiona Smith is a feisty redheaded girl livingmy yes Fiona Smith is a feisty redheaded girl living a town Her uestion her sanity As the attacks on her mental health become and intense Fee finds herself both the pawn and the target in a ruthless greed driven plot with roots that go all the way back to her mother Alone and friendless in a foreign country and half convinced she’s losing her mind just like her mother Fee must rely on her wits and her street smarts to save not only herself but also the lives of her newfound Scottish familyMeredith Moore’s smart classic meets cool storytelling style delivers fast paced twists and gobs of drama with raw motion and literary fla.