Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. The daughter of the marquis of Brandenburg, Lady Midnight Pleasures – Kindle edition by Eloisa James. Romance. The daughter of the marquis of Brandenburg, Lady Sophie York is a beguiling and flirtatious innocent. One of the most marriageable young women in Regency . Miss Eloisa James is an enigmatic author for me. Her writing style is distinctly different from what I usually find agreeable. I have a preference.

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Sep 05, Giselle Bradley rated it did not like it Shelves: Quotes from Midnight Pleasures. The book starts off assuming you know about the tension between Patrick and Sophie; they’ve already been caught kissing at a party, he’s already proposed, and she’s rejected him and hastily gotten engaged to another man.

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Susan Duerden’s reading of Sophie’s voice was just too breathless- too childish. Now I can’t talk to you! What a disgusting man he was to plan on marrying Sophie while setting up a mistress with whom he was in love!

Alex midight something is wrong. This book was the perfect example of the “one conversation between the hero and heroine would have made this a short story” problem.

From Chapter Thirteen Eloise York felt a warm glow of satisfaction in the pit of her stomach as she looked discreetly over the mass of gentlefolk occupying St. Mea Culpa, Midnight Pleasures A tea expert named Jamed wrote with a fascinating note about the history of tea.


Sep 13, steph rated it did not like it Shelves: At least this story line was interesting and filled with the right sort of emotions. I actually set it aside for a bit and read another book or was it two, anyway. He wants Sophie to tutor this girl and pass her off as a French aristocrat. It’s so impossibly busy and filled with needless coincidences and silly drama that it becomes overwhelming by the end.


But now she’s getting engaged to this guy Braddon, figuring he’s too dull to be unfaithful, not knowing that he’s in love with his Micnight mistress. I liked this one– not as much as the first one in the series but it was enjoyable. Didn’t love it or even like it all that much by the end.

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Feb 03, Jan rated it liked it. It makes the boy seem satirical even as he stands in a eloosa place. The highlight of the whole book was one of the main characters Lady Sophie York she had a lot of spunk which I admire, but for someone so clever and well read she wasn’t half naive at times!

There was a little rustle in the chapel.

Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment. Unbidden by the priest he reached out and drew her small hand into his. I often weave early modern poetry into my work; the same novel might contain bits of Catullus, Shakespeare and anonymous bawdy ballads from the 16th century.

In fact, we have something of a community going on my website. The book is from jamds Please, take me back. In describing relations between characters, I may wreck a book for you by making it clear who someone marries, or the outcome of a book. Her “double life” is a source of fascination to the media and her readers. It was an odd legacy to hand from mother to daughter: Oct 27, Lisa Butterworth rated it it was elosa.


There were two secondary couples who added some sly romance. The story weakens as Sophie encounters a pair of villains masquerading as Turks, who threaten the rather silly Sultan with an exploding inkwell. Toward the end of the book, when both characters had descended into complete misery and were barely speaking to each other, I tried to remember what I had liked about them in the first place.

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We know who is going to be together and James d This isn’t quite It took some time to really get into these characters The second problem I had with this book is the multiple plots the author felt were needed to stretch this book out. What I hate about th I liked this one– not as much as the first one in the series but it was enjoyable.

May 19, Mac rated it it was ok. My husband Alessandro is Italian, born in Florence. Plus, we get Quil! Plus, Patrick has a well deserved reputation as a rake. He says something awful about babies to Braddon that Sophie overhears. To see what jamws friends thought of this book, please sign up. Apr 14, Miranda Davis rated it liked it.