Christina Dodd by Christina Dodd
The Chosen One Novels

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When the world was young, twins were born. One brought light to a dark world. The other, darkness and danger. They gathered others around them, men and women destined to use their powerful gifts for good or evil. Today, their descendants walk the earth as the Chosen, and the ultimate battle has begun... in the first four novels of bestselling author Christina Dodd's popular paranormal series.

Storm of Vision
Storm of Shadows
Chains of Ice
Chains of Fire
 

About Christina Dodd

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Christina Dodd is a New York Times bestselling author whose novels have been translated into twelve languages. She lives in Washington with her husband and two dogs.
 
Published July 3, 2012 by Signet. 1144 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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Dodd (A Well Favored Gentleman) transports readers into another enticing place and time, in this Regency with an inventive plot and sparkling characters.

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So when the Earl of Kerrich requests a mature governess who will acquire him an orphan and provide Queen Victoria with proof of his respectability, the young ladies are forced to accept Kerrich's profitable offer, despite its slightly dishonorable aspects.

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Dodd and she delivers with two separate scenes of sexual domination, including the consummation scene where Caroline was the dominant partner.

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When I compare this book against My Favorite Bride, for which I wrote a B+ review about 2 1/2 years ago, it's easy to see the difference between the two books.

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Grade: B+ European Historical Romance (Regency Scotland) The Bride of Glenlyon by Karen Ranney features the mysterious night-time courtship between a laird who is being forced into marriage (because of the prophecy of The Glenlyon Bride) with an Englishwoman on the other side of the border.

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Rarely have I read a book so quickly, laughing at the outlandish antics of the lewd, lascivious, and wanton Fairchilds in one moment, only to feel a pleasurable tingle in the next as Sebastian and Mary dance their dance.

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In this respect, Rules of Engagement is one of a rash of books I’ve read lately (like Mary Jo Putney’s The Burning Point and Andrea Pickens’ A Lady of Letters) that seem to feel obliged to stick a criminal conspiracy into the romance, so that there can be a made-for-TV-type climactic scene towar...

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Once upon a time, young, talented Jane Higgenbothem was infatuated with Ransom Quincy, Marquess of Blackburn.

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Hannah is cut from different cloth than the Gothic heroines of the past: she’s older, experienced, and utterly self-reliant.

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Linda: Yes, Devon definitely grows in the book and I loved the secret that Queen Victoria was blackmailing him with - - a full moon on a foggy night - truly hilarious.

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The story itself is not too complicated, and I'm amazed at the ability of Saura and William to escape the villains' clutches several times.

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Alanna's response to this is not outrage, no, she does a complete turn-around and suddenly decides she loves Ian to the very depth and breadth of her soul, and counter-seduces him.

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By 1843 all seventeen years old Celeste wanted was the love of Ellery Throckmorton, but the handsome noble never noticed the gardener's daughter.

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Soon Michael discovers in Emma the woman he has always longed for .

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