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Spring Awakening The thrilling conclusion to the evocative Summerset Abbey series featuring two sisters and their maid as they navigate an uncertain world in the midst of World War IAristocratic and free spirited sisters Rowena and Victoria, as well as their maid and dear friend Prudence navigate the uncertain social and political climate of WWI era England in the dramatic conclusion to the sweeping saga about the women of Summerset Vividly evoking both time and place with authentic dialogue and richly detailed settings, this beautifully written novel explores the conflict between tradition and modernity as these women struggle to determine what to expect from their futures [Reading] ➻ Peyton and the Paragon By Cathy Peper – 9facts.co.uk as well as their maid and dear friend Prudence navigate the uncertain social and political climate of WWI era England in the dramatic conclusion to the sweeping saga about the women of Summerset Vividly evoking both time and place with authentic dialogue and richly detailed settings ➺ [Download] ➶ On Black Sisters Street By Chika Unigwe ➻ – 9facts.co.uk this beautifully written novel explores the conflict between tradition and modernity as these women struggle to determine what to expect from their futures This series has been amazing The characters are strong and unique, their lives interesting and full of challenges I was completely wrong in thinking that this book was a formulaic historical romance Three women, each gets a book and her happily ever after, right No And it was all the better for it. This was a good conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy While I wouldn t call it a page turner, it was a light and easy read I was afraid that Brown would take the cliched route and have the three sisters end up with their first loves, but, refreshingly, that was not the case I was inwardly wincing when World War I conveniently started and there would be an easy out to take Prudence s sweet but not passionate husband out of the picture and get her back together with Sebastian Even , I was dre This was a good conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy While I wouldn t call it a page turner, it was a light and easy read I was afraid that Brown would take the cliched route and have the three sisters end up with their first loves, but, refreshingly, that was not the case I was inwardly wincing when World War I conveniently started and there would be an easy out to take Prudence s sweet but not passionate husband out of the picture and get her back together with Sebastian Even , I was dreading Rowena getting back together with John, who had acted in an awful and incredibly cowardly fashion in the second book It was a pleasant surprise when all three main characters ended up married and happy, but not necessarily with the person the reader would have assumed Major props to T.J Brown for that That being said, I was a bit disappointed in the ending I wish there had been an epilogue because I would have liked to see how Victoria and Rowena s lives turned out after they had been married for a bit and I was wondering where everyone would find themselves after the war ended Would Rowena find some other sort of pilot job Would Victoria continue volunteering at the hospital Had Prudence s life improved at all Did all the men survive the war It would have been nice to haveclosure.My biggest frustration with the book, however, and what really held me back from giving it 5 stars, was the lack of resolution to Elaine s story All throughout the trilogy she is constantly seeking her mother s approval and instead being pushed away in favor of her older brother, the favorite child She seems to have no marriage prospects, as she does not have a beau at any point in the books When everyone is helping with the war effort, she stays at home, lamenting how useless she is She appears to be perpetually on the brink of depression, and I was hoping that someone would help her out of it, but there was no real ending to her story the last time we see her she is still at Summerset Abbey, living out a dull and lonely existence My first reaction at the end of the novel was What about Elaine Where s her happy ending Apparently this was not at the top of Brown s priority list.Again, overall I found the book to be well written and unpredictable definitely a worthwhile read Yet again I joined my three Summerset girls, PruPru, Vicky, RoRo as I just now decided to name them it s late, I mthan tired and I ve written over ten reviews so forgive me on their final adventures.And guess what this was so enjoyable and entertaining I was really immersed into these pages and tales of how WW I impacts life and livestyles of poor and rich alike.Kudos to T.J Brown, what a great conclusion to the series.The characters really grew on me despite my initial feelings of Yet again I joined my three Summerset girls, PruPru, Vicky, RoRo as I just now decided to name them it s late, I mthan tired and I ve written over ten reviews so forgive me on their final adventures.And guess what this was so enjoyable and entertaining I was really immersed into these pages and tales of how WW I impacts life and livestyles of poor and rich alike.Kudos to T.J Brown, what a great conclusion to the series.The characters really grew on me despite my initial feelings of boredom in book one Also I m on such a historical fic binge recently, it s bananas The conclusion to The Luxe series is currently being read and then I have The Book Thief and Code Name Verity waiting plus a few other ones.YAY I liked how the author does not subscribe to the one Soul mate theory of love The characters in the trilogy make decisions based upon questions like, Who will stand by me Who is loyal and steady not just who makes the fireworks go off first.

    [Reading] ➻ Peyton and the Paragon By Cathy Peper – 9facts.co.uk as well as their maid and dear friend Prudence navigate the uncertain social and political climate of WWI era England in the dramatic conclusion to the sweeping saga about the women of Summerset Vividly evoking both time and place with authentic dialogue and richly detailed settings ➺ [Download] ➶ On Black Sisters Street By Chika Unigwe ➻ – 9facts.co.uk this beautifully written novel explores the conflict between tradition and modernity as these women struggle to determine what to expect from their futures This series has been amazing The characters are strong and unique, their lives interesting and full of challenges I was completely wrong in thinking that this book was a formulaic historical romance Three women, each gets a book and her happily ever after, right No And it was all the better for it. This was a good conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy While I wouldn t call it a page turner, it was a light and easy read I was afraid that Brown would take the cliched route and have the three sisters end up with their first loves, but, refreshingly, that was not the case I was inwardly wincing when World War I conveniently started and there would be an easy out to take Prudence s sweet but not passionate husband out of the picture and get her back together with Sebastian Even , I was dre This was a good conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy While I wouldn t call it a page turner, it was a light and easy read I was afraid that Brown would take the cliched route and have the three sisters end up with their first loves, but, refreshingly, that was not the case I was inwardly wincing when World War I conveniently started and there would be an easy out to take Prudence s sweet but not passionate husband out of the picture and get her back together with Sebastian Even , I was dreading Rowena getting back together with John, who had acted in an awful and incredibly cowardly fashion in the second book It was a pleasant surprise when all three main characters ended up married and happy, but not necessarily with the person the reader would have assumed Major props to T.J Brown for that That being said, I was a bit disappointed in the ending I wish there had been an epilogue because I would have liked to see how Victoria and Rowena s lives turned out after they had been married for a bit and I was wondering where everyone would find themselves after the war ended Would Rowena find some other sort of pilot job Would Victoria continue volunteering at the hospital Had Prudence s life improved at all Did all the men survive the war It would have been nice to haveclosure.My biggest frustration with the book, however, and what really held me back from giving it 5 stars, was the lack of resolution to Elaine s story All throughout the trilogy she is constantly seeking her mother s approval and instead being pushed away in favor of her older brother, the favorite child She seems to have no marriage prospects, as she does not have a beau at any point in the books When everyone is helping with the war effort, she stays at home, lamenting how useless she is She appears to be perpetually on the brink of depression, and I was hoping that someone would help her out of it, but there was no real ending to her story the last time we see her she is still at Summerset Abbey, living out a dull and lonely existence My first reaction at the end of the novel was What about Elaine Where s her happy ending Apparently this was not at the top of Brown s priority list.Again, overall I found the book to be well written and unpredictable definitely a worthwhile read Yet again I joined my three Summerset girls, PruPru, Vicky, RoRo as I just now decided to name them it s late, I mthan tired and I ve written over ten reviews so forgive me on their final adventures.And guess what this was so enjoyable and entertaining I was really immersed into these pages and tales of how WW I impacts life and livestyles of poor and rich alike.Kudos to T.J Brown, what a great conclusion to the series.The characters really grew on me despite my initial feelings of Yet again I joined my three Summerset girls, PruPru, Vicky, RoRo as I just now decided to name them it s late, I mthan tired and I ve written over ten reviews so forgive me on their final adventures.And guess what this was so enjoyable and entertaining I was really immersed into these pages and tales of how WW I impacts life and livestyles of poor and rich alike.Kudos to T.J Brown, what a great conclusion to the series.The characters really grew on me despite my initial feelings of boredom in book one Also I m on such a historical fic binge recently, it s bananas The conclusion to The Luxe series is currently being read and then I have The Book Thief and Code Name Verity waiting plus a few other ones.YAY I liked how the author does not subscribe to the one Soul mate theory of love The characters in the trilogy make decisions based upon questions like, Who will stand by me Who is loyal and steady not just who makes the fireworks go off first."/>
  • ebook
  • 288 pages
  • Spring Awakening
  • T.J. Brown
  • 23 February 2018
  • 1451699085

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