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Evernight ❮PDF / Epub❯ ✅ Evernight Author Kristen Callihan – Natus-physiotherapy.co.uk Once the night comesWill Thorne is living a nightmare, his sanity slowly being drained away by a force he can t control His talents have made him the perfect assassin for hire But as he loses his grip Once the night comesWill Thorne is living a nightmare, his sanity slowly being drained away by a force he can t control His talents have made him the perfect assassin for hire But as he loses his grip on reality, there is no calming him until he finds his next target the mysterious Holly EvernightLove must cast aside the shadowsHolly cannot fathom who would put a contract on her life, yet the moment she touches Will, the connection between them is elemental, undeniable and she s the only one who can tame his bouts of madness But other assassins are coming for Holly Will must transform from killer to protector and find the man who wants Holly dead or his only chance for redemption will be lost.


10 thoughts on “Evernight

  1. Bubu Bubu says:

    Update 04 18 b r with Joanna, Sam, Isabella and KyrarakerA few additional thoughtsWill is a demon, a sanguis, former member of the Nex, he had literally his heart ripped out and now he s changing into something that he doesn t understand He s lost his place in the world When almost everybody expects the worst from you, what are the chances that you can realistically pursue your innermost dreams Unlike most heroes I ve read, he doesn t hold back Once he knows what he wants, he has no compunc Update 04 18 b r with Joanna, Sam, Isabella and KyrarakerA few additional thoughtsWill is a demon, a sanguis, former member of the Nex, he had literally his heart ripped out and now he s changing into something that he doesn t understand He s lost his place in the world When almost everybody expects the worst from you, what are the chances that you can realistically pursue your innermost dreams Unlike most heroes I ve read, he doesn t hold back Once he knows what he wants, he has no compunction voicing his wishes, nor does he feel ashamed of them And that is a rather rare quality in a hero.In my original review I said, he had some very memorable lines It is in those lines, in his yearning for , that I could see the cracks in his flamboyant fa ade, which gives him the multi faceted character I so love.Holly and Will These two, oh, these two.My review doesn t do justice to their beautiful story, I know Original review March 2017What to say What to say I loved it Sure Which is why I ve given this a 5 star rating I like the author s style I ve already stated that inor less every review I ve written about a book by Kristen Callihan, especially in the Darkest London series The story is compelling Of course, why would I continue with the series I adored the heroine It s a Kristen Callihan book of course, I ll love the heroine.Okay, I ll try it this way as most of my GR friends are hero centric and I m sorry for any memorable hero I don t mention because he doesn t come to my mind as I write this And please feel free to list some of your own if you like If you loved Sebastian from Devil in WinterIf you loved Colin from A Week to Be WickedIf you loved Felix from The Luckiest Lady in LondonIf you loved Nicholas from Luck Be a LadyIf you loved Drew from TangledIf you loved Derek from Dreaming of YouIf you loved Colin from Romancing Mister BridgertonIf you loved Joshua from The Hating GameYou will love William Thorne Naughty, flamboyant, devil may care Will with his dirty mouth and wicked humour But despite the easiness he displays, he shows depths when it s needed, compassion when it s warranted and understanding when it s wanted He has some very, very memorable lines but the one I ll quote shows his despair over losing the woman he loves Holly he shouted without thought, his feet flying over the hard ground The crimson bustle of her skirts swayed with her quick steps And his soul cried out in wrongness that she should be apart from him Evernight I know the quote probably doesn t say much to you but believe me, by the time Will shouts and runs after Holly we ve already endured a very heartbreaking moment This could be read as a stand alone However, I wouldn t recommend it Too much word building would be lost, and that is one of the main strengths of the whole series To read Evernight solely for the love story, though, I assume one could get away with not reading the previous books.This book has a few weaknesses and one big weakness at the very end Put it this way, all I could think on the last 3 4 pages was Are you fucking kidding me But on the whole this moment didn t diminish the utter fun I d had during the book Holly and Will are simply perfect for each other


  2. Wendy Wendy says:

    Another great story from the Darkest London series I would have loved for the guy on the cover to actually resemble Will Thorne I imagine Will has to look something like this One thing I didn t quite get was what was the bid deal with view spoiler Will losing his memory if he was simply going to get it back within moments of just seeing her And just b c he got his memory back, why is he suddenly restored to his demon powers Did I miss something hide spoiler Looking forward to Soulbou Another great story from the Darkest London series I would have loved for the guy on the cover to actually resemble Will Thorne I imagine Will has to look something like this One thing I didn t quite get was what was the bid deal with view spoiler Will losing his memory if he was simply going to get it back within moments of just seeing her And just b c he got his memory back, why is he suddenly restored to his demon powers Did I miss something hide spoiler Looking forward to Soulbound image credit


  3. WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker says:

    I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Evernight is book 5 in the Darkest London series that is romance, paranormal, historical, supernatural, mystery, suspense, and steampunk I m not usually a big reader of paranormal, supernatural, or steampunk but I am starting to love each book in this seriesthan the previous do not be scared away if you also don t usually read books with these elements I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Evernight is book 5 in the Darkest London series that is romance, paranormal, historical, supernatural, mystery, suspense, and steampunk I m not usually a big reader of paranormal, supernatural, or steampunk but I am starting to love each book in this seriesthan the previous do not be scared away if you also don t usually read books with these elements Kristen Callihan has created a world that is wildly imaginative and intricate with captivating characters This book is dangerously close to being the best I have read so far in 2014 If you have read the earlier books in the series you will remember Holly Evernight, Will Thorne, and the horrific circumstances that brought them together This picks up a couple months after the previous book and Will is on the hunt for Holly to exact revenge for the part she played while he was a captive When he meets up with her, he is unpleasantly surprised that any advantage he might have had are useless against Holly This is due to Holly being an elemental while also being a genius inventor Holly can control metal Will was originally half human and demon but now having a clockwork heart made out of platinum that over time seeps throughout his body turning him all metal, he is consequently at the mercy of Holly Will finds a relief and control over the metal in his body that he never had without Holly and Holly finds a protector against unknown assassins trying to kill her thus we have our two protagonists bound together I have now thrown out the terms, elemental, demon, and clockwork heart, which if you haven t read the series could make you feel confused and overwhelmed There is no way for me to shortly and coherently summarize all the components that make up this incredible world Ms Callihan has created Suffice to say there is the group Suppression of Supernaturals SOS who Holly works for and is dedicated to protecting humans from rogue supernaturals and the Nex, a group of supernaturals who wouldn t mind revealing themselves to humans and being in charge, who Will previously worked for The battle of these two groups is the main tree that the rest of the story arcs branch from but we also have the Ghosts in the Machine GIM former humans who have died but been brought back to life with clockwork hearts that flitter between both sides, a bigger spotlight in this book on the fae, and introduction to the Alamut, a group of shadowy assassins There are also appearances by past main characters that involve a werewolf,elementals, and a half angel Again, this can all sound overwhelming but Ms Callihan does an amazing job of describing, introducing, and interweaving all of these components, without info dumping, world building in such a way that everything is so fantastical This book would definitely be better read as part of the series so everything is understood but I m here to tell you the main couple, Will and Holly, are great enough together for someone to randomly pick this book up and read as a standalone Holly is a very composed and literal individual, which probably stems from her being a genius and tinkering with mechanics all the time She also suffers from agoraphobia due to her imprisonment where she meets Will Will is used to decadence, dirty talk, and general shenanigans due to his demon side There is some resentment from Will as he blames Holly for what he has become because she created his clockwork heart but that dissipates fairly quickly as he realizes she was as much a victim as him The way he teases and brings out her feisty side will have you grinning ear to ear and the poignant scenes with such deep heartfelt emotion between the two will have your heart feeling two sizes too big for your chest Holly tries to keep a wall up enough times that you may find yourself getting angry at her before she finally gives in while I know readers are going to fall helplessly in love with Will Their out of the bedroom and in the bedroom scenes are scorching The sexual chemistry made up of anticipation, push pull, desire, and the way Will calls Holly love and dirty talks, will have you fanning yourself This couple also has such lightness to them when they are together that reading about them is immensely pleasing Everything happening is so intriguing that there is never a dull moment and I never wanted to put the book down I did feel Holly recovered from her agoraphobia pretty quickly and the ending felt somewhat rushed as certain things seemed to be wrapped up with too tidy of bows these are rather small complaints, though Even with all the complex story arcs swirling around Will and Holly they were dynamic enough to remain front and center, never over powered by the story This series started off good and only improves with each book this latest one is my favorite Whether you like paranormal, supernatural, or romance this series and especially this bookthan delivers I will definitely be anxiously anticipating the next in the series which will be about Adam, the father of the GIMs and Eliza, Holly s cousin


  4. Caz Caz says:

    4.5 stars rounded up.May s prompt for the TBR Challenge was Something Different , with the suggestion of reading a book with an unusual setting, non fiction or something out of my comfort zone I gave it a lot of thought and then thought about it some , because I had trouble finding something that fit the bill I have plenty of books on my Kindle or in the house that might have done the job, but not many that that I actually wanted to read and were thus on my TBR pile I know this is a c 4.5 stars rounded up.May s prompt for the TBR Challenge was Something Different , with the suggestion of reading a book with an unusual setting, non fiction or something out of my comfort zone I gave it a lot of thought and then thought about it some , because I had trouble finding something that fit the bill I have plenty of books on my Kindle or in the house that might have done the job, but not many that that I actually wanted to read and were thus on my TBR pile I know this is a challenge and I do like the fact that it does make me read genres I don t often read, but I didn t have the time or the inclination to struggle reading something I just didn t fancy, especially as I ve got a big pile of review books waiting in the wings.I probably read one, perhaps two paranormals a year and that number will drop unless someone else comes up with another good historical PNR series so on that basis I suppose Kristen Callihan s Evernight might qualify as being a bit out of my comfort zone I admit I m cheating though, as I ve read all the other books in the series and loved them But what the hell, I m getting something off my TBR pile, which is the ultimate goal This is the fifth book in the series, and picks up the story of Holly Evernight and Will Thorne that began in the previous book, Shadowdance, when Holly, who works for the SOS Society for the Suppression of Supernaturals as a kind of Q was forced by a crazed demon to perform a horrific experiment Amaros a fallen angel wanted to prolong his life by means of a clockwork heart, but wasn t willing to undergo the implant without testing it on someone else first That someone was Will Thorne, a powerful Sanguis demon and member of the Nex, an organisation dedicated to bringing down the reign of humans and allowing supernaturals to live in the open.When Amaros ripped out Will s living, beating heart, Holly had no choice but to replace it with a platinum one if he was to continue to live and a year later, she can still hear his screams and remember the expressions of terror and agony on his face As a result of this experience, Holly has become a recluse, content to tinker with her inventions at the home she now never leaves.But even though her house is extremely well protected by means of various alarms and booby traps, there have been a number of attempts on her life recently yet she has no idea who is behind them or what could be their motive A fourth attempt is not long in coming, and Holly is astonished to discover that her attacker on this occasion is none other than Will Thorne, who has turned almost entirely to metal Being a powerful Elemental with the ability to control metal, Holly is well able to defend herself against him but she quickly realises that this is a being driven almost insane by pain, and instinctively acts to help him rather than to dispose of him.Using her abilities, she is able to halt the progress of the metal throughout Will s body and to lessen his pain so that gradually, he is able to regain his reason and his senses He has little memory of where he has been or what he has been doing for the past year the overwhelming agony of the metal gradually encroaching through his body has caused him to almost lose his mind but he does recall two things That for the past year, the desire to revenge himself upon Holly has been the one thing occupying his thoughts and that someone told him where to find her.Will quickly realises that killing Holly is not an option she is the only person who is likely to be able to cure him, and besides, just being close to her alleviates his suffering so he offers her a deal He will protect her if she finds a cure and keeps him pain free.Ripping out a man s heart and replacing it with a clockwork one isn t perhaps the best way to begin a relationship , and Will and Holly certainly don t get off to a great start She is not completely convinced that he has changed his mind about killing her for one thing and she s prickly, waspish and most definitely does NOT appreciate Will s slightly risqu quips, his handsome, leanly muscled form, his charm and the fact that the way he looks at her makes her stomach flip Well she doesn t want to appreciate them, anyway.And Will doesn t want to like Holly either she s starchy, overly logical he thinks and he hates that he needs her and resents her for it But when he starts to see beyond her aloofness and to understand the reasons behind it, realising that she is as much of a victim as he is, he finds himselfthan liking her and takes to needling her to shake her up a bit She s shut herself away for the past year and hasn t been out of the house, yet she s a lovely young woman who should be living her life and not locked away from the world Sanguis demons are by nature hedonistic and Will certainly appreciates the finer things in life, especially when it comes to women and to him, Holly is very fine indeed Yet she persists in trying to shut him out, even after an explosive sexual encounter the fervour of which astonishes them both.Both central characters are thoroughly engaging and the fact that they re complete opposites she s buttoned up and logical, he s laid back and quite delicious allows for a slow build up of the attraction between them and makes for a lusciously steamy romance There s a deft bit of role reversal here, too, with Holly being the one to hold back while Will, who has never been loved, longs for it and once he has it, embraces it with his whole heart and soul It s incredibly romantic and is one of the things that makes him such a wonderful hero.The chemistry between the pair is off the charts the air positively crackles whenever they re on the page together, and I loved their gradual progression from two people who have been forced into proximity to a couple unable to envisage life without each other Ms Callihan has penned yet another intense, sensual romance that is bound to set pulses racing, but there isto the central relationship than sex There s tenderness, humour, caring and a deep emotional connection that is so beautifully written that it broke my heart when the machinations of another seemed poised to wrench Will and Holly apart forever My one quibble with the book as a whole is that the final resolution is perhaps a little too easily come by when set against the desolation into which Holly has been swept because of the sacrifice Will makes in order to keep her safe But on the other hand, the rest of the story is so compelling and the protagonists so appealing that I m able to forgive that tiny weak spot in what is otherwise a wonderful read.Kristen Callihan has created a fantastical world that exists just below the surface of Victorian London, a world populated by demons, angels, werewolves Lycans vampires Sanguis , GIMs humans who have died but been brought back to life by means of a clockwork heart , Fae it may sound a little overwhelming to someone unfamiliar with the series or with paranormals in general, but the author is extremely good at giving relevant information without going into lots of dry exposition or info dumps Each book in the series is self contained in that it tells a complete story in itself while also laying trails of breadcrumbs for forthcoming books and picking up threads from previous ones and although it undoubtedly helps to have read the earlier books, if you re prepared to do a bit of homework, then it s quite possible to read Evernight as a standalone.That said, all the books in this series so far have been excellent I ve rated them all B 4.5 stars and above, so I can say without hesitation that it is absolutely worth starting at the beginning with Firelight if you fancy dipping your toe into historical PNR waters


  5. Sam (AMNReader) Sam (AMNReader) says:

    4 21I wasn t disliking this initially, but I think upon reread, I noticed a couple of things, in fact, I wondered briefly if this would belike 3 star book for me I had a big time struggle in the first 10 13 chapters with the dependence on Holly for Will s pain and sanity it smacked of fate mating he calls her My Evernight far too early I didn t feel like the feelings were well delineated from the need and I don t care for that I also struggled with Will a bit He s not extreme in th 4 21I wasn t disliking this initially, but I think upon reread, I noticed a couple of things, in fact, I wondered briefly if this would belike 3 star book for me I had a big time struggle in the first 10 13 chapters with the dependence on Holly for Will s pain and sanity it smacked of fate mating he calls her My Evernight far too early I didn t feel like the feelings were well delineated from the need and I don t care for that I also struggled with Will a bit He s not extreme in the the least He s not heavily loyal, he s not as irreverent as Ian, he s not calculated or heavily cunning, he s not ruthless, and there s an underlying and strange sensitivity Basically I didn t know what to make of him I still am not completely sure how I d describe him, but that s actually ok I love that KC made him bond so strongly to people, Jack and Holly, in this case and did a great job showing that through Jack, honestly I don t need him to be all one thing or another, but in ways I had as much trouble with his transitions and development as he seemed to By ch13 or so, things started clicking and demonstrating this and I remembered why I rated it 4.5 I still struggled with their beginnings, but I will say in the end they put those concerns to bed as well I think the beginning also struggled because it felt a littledisconnected than the others they are essentially the beginning of the second half of this series and that story took time to flesh out I don t think I realized this last time I read it B R w Bubu, Joanna, Whiskey, Isabella, and Ursula________Solid 4.5I don t know I might need a reread I can t put my finger on why this fell a little short of 5 when they are separated, view spoiler I thought oh, I wish I got to read a whole extra book on Will falling for Holly again hide spoiler so maybe it was the neat ending Maybe it was that I didn t want it to end


  6. Hollis Hollis says:

    I bet my buddies were laughing at me as I complained about wanting for once a female character named Hollis. welp, I got one And in the same damn series, haha True, she goes by Holly yuck, I do not accept this nickname, but it was cool seeing Hol thrown around but she is infact named after her grandfather he of the novella 3.5 That fun fact aside, no, I did not love this one as much as the previous book, which finally got a big five stars out of me Buuuut it was pretty close There I bet my buddies were laughing at me as I complained about wanting for once a female character named Hollis. welp, I got one And in the same damn series, haha True, she goes by Holly yuck, I do not accept this nickname, but it was cool seeing Hol thrown around but she is infact named after her grandfather he of the novella 3.5 That fun fact aside, no, I did not love this one as much as the previous book, which finally got a big five stars out of me Buuuut it was pretty close There was a moment near the end that I was kinda disappointed about, that didn t get fleshed out or given the potential I had rather hoped for though it was delightfully romantic and dramatic , and for some reason despite my yay factor over the twinsie named heroine, I didn t always love Holly She might actually be my least favourite heroine of the series Go figure He would adore her if she gave him half the chance.Will, on the other hand, was just delightful even if I do think he fell for our leading lady a little quicker than I expected him to But despite my reservations with Holly, their dynamic as a pair was so great Callihan writes the best couples.As for the epilogue, I have many many questions So many I did not love the Eliza May and Adam element in EVERNIGHT but I m hoping their book while change my opinion on this situation Guess I ll find out tomorrow


  7. Carmel (Rabid Reads) Carmel (Rabid Reads) says:

    Reviewed by Rabid ReadsLately it seems that many of my favourite paranormal romance series have written all of their main characters tales, and have started adding secondary ones in order to be able to crank outinstallments The main problem with this is that it s hard to introduce new couples this late in the game, and still have readers connect with them, because they weren t part of the author s original world Kristen Callihan has succeeded where countless others have failed by A ha Reviewed by Rabid ReadsLately it seems that many of my favourite paranormal romance series have written all of their main characters tales, and have started adding secondary ones in order to be able to crank outinstallments The main problem with this is that it s hard to introduce new couples this late in the game, and still have readers connect with them, because they weren t part of the author s original world Kristen Callihan has succeeded where countless others have failed by A having enough foresight to provide a bit of back story with a novella ENTWINED , and B ensuring that her protagonists were able to stand on their own while still fitting into her DARKEST LONDON universe EVERNIGHT is a multilayered, beautifully written book, and a stunning testament to the power of love.Callihan continues to break the traditional PNR mold by ensuring that each new installment is truly unique instead of a cookie cutter replica of a similar story, but with a different main couple These novels could easily be read as stand alones, however I ve given this series 5 stars across the board, so it goes without saying that you should definitely start with FIRELIGHT The plot line of this book is seriously un unravelable between Thorne s insanity what s real vs mad imaginings , the SOS machinations, and several other mysterious players who aren t even revealed until the very end Heck, even the romance left me skeptical as to whether a HEA was even possible for Holly and Will.There s no shortage of paranormal elements in this tale with elementals, GIM Ghosts in the Machine , fallen angels, Sanguis demons, fae, and shifters all playing vital roles The DARKEST LONDON world is even further expanded upon with the addition of Here Earth , There Supernatural plane , and Nowhere Hell , along with the seamless blending of the PNR, historical, and Steampunk genres for which this author is famous for I especially enjoyed this installment because Evernight is an inventor, so on top of outstanding world building and character development readers also get tons and tons of gadgets like clockwork hearts and spectrometers Callihan s imagination is limitless, and she definitely doesn t believe in doing anything halfway.I loved Will and Holly s romance they are brought together by necessity, torn apart by others schemes, only to be finally reunited by fate The cost of love has never been higher with immortality, sanity, and their very lives on the line Evernight s clever mind, ironclad will, and raw power complimented Thorne s brute strength, sexual magnetism, and cunningness perfectly The dirty talk between them was deliciously scandalous, and the sex scenes ranged from crude, to tender, to light BDSM More often than not, I found myself doubting whether either of these characters would ever be able to find happiness, but that too was part of Kristen Callihan s exquisitely executed master plan.Steampunk, historical, paranormal romance categorize this book however you like, but one thing remains clear, EVERNIGHT was awesome


  8. Ann Lou Ann Lou says:

    Our heroine, Holly Evernight is a metal elemental and an inventor Cool, right A heroine who is smart and she fights too One of my favorite scenes was when she fought a raptor Anyways, her life is about science and order, then, William came along They have a history together and not a good one Better read the book to find out what it is William became her protector for there s a contract on her life.This is my second book with this series I ve read book 1 and liked it I enjoyed this Our heroine, Holly Evernight is a metal elemental and an inventor Cool, right A heroine who is smart and she fights too One of my favorite scenes was when she fought a raptor Anyways, her life is about science and order, then, William came along They have a history together and not a good one Better read the book to find out what it is William became her protector for there s a contract on her life.This is my second book with this series I ve read book 1 and liked it I enjoyed this one better, though


  9. Mei Mei says:

    Wonderful addition to the wonderful series What I appreciate the most is the fact that, even after 5 books, the series is still solid, interesting, intriguing and excellent There s no weakness showing On the contrary it becomescomplicated and this last book leaft me wanting to read the next installment immediately Each next character is fresh and their stories are each different than the previous For me that s the sign of masterful storytelling


  10. Ferdy Ferdy says:

    SpoilersI wasn t expecting to like Evernight after reading the synopsis but it turned out to be a rather entertaining if cheesy PNR read Summary Will emo demon wants to kill Holly scientist elemental , instead he ends up protecting and sexing her Aw yea Also, bad guys Holly was quite a decent heroine, I didn t think I d like her because she was so stiff and dull in the previous book but she was actually really fun to read about She wasn t TSTL or insufferable, she was calm and logical SpoilersI wasn t expecting to like Evernight after reading the synopsis but it turned out to be a rather entertaining if cheesy PNR read Summary Will emo demon wants to kill Holly scientist elemental , instead he ends up protecting and sexing her Aw yea Also, bad guys Holly was quite a decent heroine, I didn t think I d like her because she was so stiff and dull in the previous book but she was actually really fun to read about She wasn t TSTL or insufferable, she was calm and logical especially when compared to Will, their contrasting personalities made for some amusing interactions I especially loved when she told him about her first time, it was hilarious.It was also great to see Holly not fall at Will s feet straight away Sure, she fancied him as soon as she saw him but she managed unlike most PNR heroines not to be some pathetic needy loser five minutes after meeting the hero I kind of liked Will but I also didn t, his murderous manwhore ways and bitchiness self pity in the first half was off putting He was much better than the previous hero Jack though, who was the absolute worst At least when Will realised he had feelings for Holly he did nothing to hurt her or upset her unlike Jack who emotionally tortured Mary for years just for the thrill of it Jack actually showedconcern and emotion for Holly in this book then he ever did with Mary, his supposed soulmate, it was weird I had mixed feelings for Will Holly s relationship, their banter was enjoyable and cute, but their romance was tainted by Will despising her and wanting to kill her at the start I m getting bored of all the different forms of abuse these PNR heroines have to put up with from their so called heroes, it s become such a cliche On the plus side, it was refreshing how Holly was the one acting distant and cold for the most part, and how Will was the one doing most of the passing out, it made a nice change I loved that Holly lost her virginity by hiring a prostitute, I ve never come across a heroine who s paid for sex with a prostitute let alone lost their virginity to one her telling Will all about it was the best scene in the book I rolled my eyes at Will solving the agoraphobia Holly had for over a year in a ten second conversation, he didn t even say anything deep or profound It was rather unrealistic I had to laugh at Will saying he didn t harm women when not only did he try to kill Holly, he also killed another woman by drinking all her blood So yea, he was a total liar Will s whole amnesia thing at the end was pointless when he pretty much remembered everything and returned to normal as soon as he saw Holly again Also, those seven months apart meant he was probably shagging and impregnating half of England Ugh Adam was a complete plank, him chaining Eliza May for over a year and then expecting her to be grateful about it was bonkers He basically imprisoned her yet he still had the gall to act hard done by and call Eliza all sorts of names What did he expect her to do giggle and swoon at being held against her will What a fucker The British slang and whatnot was atrocious, there s no way any British person from the 19th century or any century for that matter spoke like that The world was easy to immerse into and enjoyable to read about All in all, this wasn t a perfect read, it was full of cliches and caricatures but despite all that it was still a fun read


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