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  • 109 pages
  • Talk Sweetly to Me (Brothers Sinister, #4.5)
  • Courtney Milan
  • English
  • 16 January 2018

10 thoughts on “Talk Sweetly to Me (Brothers Sinister, #4.5)

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    Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestRose Sweetly is a brilliant, scientific mind whose efforts go mostly unrecognized because she is a a woman and b black Most people roll their eyes a little once she starts to talk Sweetly a.k.a go on a major geeky bender , but not Stephen Shaughnessy.Stephen is the columnist Actual Man for women who want to ask men questions and have an actual man respond He s also a bit of a rogue and a rake, though not a rapacious one The fac Instagram Twitter FacebookPinterestRose Sweetly is a brilliant, scientific mind whose efforts go mostly unrecognized because she is a a woman and b black Most people roll their eyes a little once she starts to talk Sweetly a.k.a go on a major geeky bender , but not Stephen Shaughnessy.Stephen is the columnist Actual Man for women who want to ask men questions and have an actual man respond He s also a bit of a rogue and a rake, though not a rapacious one The fact that he s so charming and so forbidden causes Rose no shortage of concern especially now that he seems to have taken it upon himself to court her in a bizarre fashion by soli...


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    WARNING This review is nitpicky, cantankerous, and possibly even querulous Proceed at your own risk.I had high hopes for Talk Sweetly To Me, but today they were dashed dashed I say against the unforgiving shores of reality Here in no particular order I present my grievances 1 Sloppy editing Stephen s name is have you guessed it Stephen, yet at one point the author refers to him as Patrick At another point Rose marvels You ve mounted an entire theodolite telescope mounted in the windo WARNING This review is nitpicky, cantankerous, and possibly even querulous Proceed at your own risk.I had high hopes for Talk Sweetly To Me, but today they w...


  3. says:

    Without fail, Courtney Milan gives me stories I can get lost in and amazing characters I can fall in love with Talk Sweetly to Me is a charming, romantic, passionate tale of two people who could be poster children for opposites attract A full review may co...


  4. says:

    Written December 28, 20143.8 Stars Charming with several important topicsBook 4.5This was the last part in the amazing well done Brother Sinister series A quite short novella 3 50 hrs I buddyread me listeningshe reading together with my Milan friend Sofia.A lot of happy rosesA worthy conclusion to a fantastic HR series So very well done and romantic as ever I m merely making you comfortable with the notion of failure, she told him, looking down When it comes to me, you sho Written December 28, 20143.8 Stars Charming with several important topicsBook 4.5This was the last part in the amazing well done Brother Sinister series A quite short novella 3 50 hrs I buddyread me listeningshe reading together with my Milan friend Sofia.A lot of happy rosesA worthy conclusion to a fantastic HR series So very well done and romantic as ever I m merely making you comfortable with the notion of failure, she told him, looking down When it comes to me, you should expect to fail Often He set his chin on his hands I d rather fail at you than succeed at anyone else Highly recommended audiobooks, too Narrated as always by Rosalyn Landor in a remarkable like outstanding good way Greenwich 1882 The nearby docks brought visitors from around the world lascars from India, midshipmen from the West Indies, swarthy sailors from Portugal and yes, a goodly numbe...


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    Milan s ingenious recipe for a charming, short readAn African American woman the very clever and gifted Rose SweetlyA scrumptiously delicious Irish, Catholic male Mr Stephen ShaughnessyToss inMathematics, astronomy, humor, seduction, and a few surprises along the way.And, o...


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    This is a short and sweet sorry coda to Ms Milan s superb Brothers Sinister series which features the rakishly charming Stephen Shaughnessy, one of the secondary characters from The Suffragette Scandal and author of the controversial Ask A Man column in the Women s Free Press.As with all the books in the series, the novella packs a serious political message in amongst the wonderful writing and the love story Here, we have an Irishman with feminist sympathies and a young Black woman who hap This is a short and sweet sorry coda to Ms Milan s superb Brothers Sinister series which features the rakishly charming Stephen Shaughnessy, one of the secondary characters from The Suffragette Scandal and author of the controversial Ask A Man column in the Women s Free Press.As with all the books in the series, the novella packs a serious political message in amongst the wonderful writing and the love story Here, we have an Irishman with feminist sympathies and a young...


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    3.5 starsCourtney Milan could make a priest reading the phonebook to a nun sound like sexual banter.or something like that You know what I mean, Milan knows how to use words between couples Was too short, I m aware it s a novella but I m a greedy obsessed fan.When does the next Milan book come out


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    EDITED TO ADD REVIEW This was just as fun, heartwarming and sweet as I imagined it would be I mean it s inevitable when you pair a heroine who is so unashamedly a maths geek to those who care to listen to her anyway who has to live in a world that is, at best, indifferent to her as a black female mathematician, with a hero whose devil may care rakish sardonicism hides a world of hurt and a yearning for love buried so deep even he can t recognise it any.I loved Stephen well before TSTM, EDITED TO ADD REVIEW This was just as fun, heartwarming and sweet as I imagined it would be I mean it s inevitable when you pair a heroine who is so unas...


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    Romance novels are an escape for me I turn the news off Tune out the kitchen table talk of girlfriends Bow out of the supper club nights of my social circle I plug in my earbuds on the commuter bus, shut the bedroom door to the kids, hideaway from all of the troubles of the world and get lost in books That s what romance novels are for in my world.Like many women of color romance readers, I ve lamented that there are too few historical romance novels featuring non white women Its kind of o Romance novels are an escape for me I turn the news off Tune out the kitchen table talk of girlfriends Bow out of the supper club nights of my social circle I plug in my earbuds on the commuter bus, shut the bedroom door to the kids, hideaway from all of the troubles of the world and get lost in books That s what romance novels are for in my world.Like many women of color romance readers, I ve lamented that there are too few historical romance novels featuring non white women Its kind of obvious why isn t it At least for me it is I run from social and racial issues and dive into romance books to escape I learned in The Heiress Effect that Courtney Milan will not always let me run and hide when she introduced a...


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    Talk Sweetly to Me is the last Brothers Sinister addition, and this little novella was a lovely finale to the collection Readers were introduced to Stephen Shaughnessy in The Suffragette Scandal , as the Actual Man that offers advice in Frederica Marshall s newspaper In Talk Sweetly to Me, Stephen has met his match with Miss Rose Sweetly, an extraordinary mathematical genius, who is quite opposite to Stephen s carefree attitude.Rose, like the all of the women featured in the Brothers Sinist Talk Sweetly to Me is the last Brothers Sinister addition, and this little novella was a lovely finale to the collection Readers were introduced to Stephen Shaughnessy in The Suffragette Scandal , as the Actual Man that offers advice in Frederica Marshall s newspaper In Talk Sweetly to Me, Stephen has met his match with Miss Rose Sweetly, an extraordinary mathematical genius, who is quite opposite to Stephen s carefree attitude.Rose, like the all of the women featured in the Brothers Sinister series has a hard...


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Talk Sweetly to Me (Brothers Sinister, #4.5) Nobody Knows Who Miss Rose Sweetly Is, And She Prefers It That Way She S A Shy, Mathematically Minded Shopkeeper S Daughter Who Dreams Of The Stars Women Like Her Only Ever Come To Attention Through Scandal She Ll Take Obscurity, Thank You Very Much.All Of England Knows Who Stephen Shaughnessy Is He S An Infamous Advice Columnist And A Known Rake When He Moves Into The House Next Door To Rose, She Discovers That He S Also Wickedly Funny, Devilishly Flirtatious, And Heart Stoppingly Handsome But When He Takes An Interest In Her Mathematical Work, She Realizes That Mr Shaughnessy Isn T Just A Scandal Waiting To Happen He S Waiting To Happen To Herand If She S Not Careful, She Ll Give In To Certain Ruination.


About the Author: Courtney Milan

Courtney Milan s books have received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly and Booklist She is a New York Times and a USA Today Bestseller and a RITA winner.Courtney lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband, an exceptionally perfect dog, and an attack cat.Before she started writing historical romance, Courtney got a graduate degree in theoretical physical chemistry from UC Berkeley After th Courtney Milan s books have received starred reviews in Publishers Weekly and Booklist She is a New York Times and a USA Today Bestseller and a RITA winner.Courtney lives in the Rocky Mountains with her husband, an exceptionally perfect dog, and an attack cat.Before she started writing historical romance, Courtney got a graduate degree in theoretical physical chemistry from UC Berkeley After that, just to shake things up, she went to law school at the University of Michigan and graduated summa cum laude Then she did a handful of clerkships with some really important people who are way too dignified to be named here She was a law professor for a while She now writes full time.If you want to know when Courtney s next book will come out, please visit her website at where you can sign up to receive an email when she has her next release