The Duke of Jervaulx was brilliant and dangerous. Considered dissolute, reckless, and extravagant, he was transparently referred to as the ′D of J′ in scandal sheets, where he and his various exploits featured with frequency. But sometimes the most womanising rake can be irresistible, and even his most casual attentions fascinated the sheltered Maddy Timms, quiet daughter of a simple mathematician.
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Kinsale draws a complete picture of the characters, and the world they inhabit: from elegant Belgravia drawing rooms to the inner workings of a nineteenth-century madhouse, from the crusty pride of Christian's aunt and the almost-fanatical religious fervor of his mother to the simple faith and ac...| Read Full Review of Flowers from the Storm
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