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  1. Venetia Green Venetia Green says:

    Love, Aideal Artist he than all So opens Enticing Benedict Cole with a quote from the poet Tennyson Lines from Tennyson s The Gardener s Daughter thread throughout this deliciously romantic tale of Victorian art, aristocracy, passion and repression Cameo real name Lady Catherine Mary St Clair yearns to paint, but is barred from furthering her art by her aristocratic status A Victorian lady may dabble in art, but she must definitely not associate with that scandalous Pre Raphae Love, Aideal Artist he than all So opens Enticing Benedict Cole with a quote from the poet Tennyson Lines from Tennyson s The Gardener s Daughter thread throughout this deliciously romantic tale of Victorian art, aristocracy, passion and repression Cameo real name Lady Catherine Mary St Clair yearns to paint, but is barred from furthering her art by her aristocratic status A Victorian lady may dabble in art, but she must definitely not associate with that scandalous Pre Raphaelite set Thus she seeks out in secret the tuition of artist Benedict Cole which he refuses forcing her to learn clandestinely by means of turning artist s model in order to observe him at work For Benedict Cole is painting a scene from The Gardener s Daughter , and Cameo fits Tennyson s description almost exactly.What follows is a tale of secrets unpeeled and explosive artistic intensity This is a Harlequin romance that breaks the mould deeply embedded in the art world of Victorian London, well researched, beautifully romantic, and threaded together with poetry and paint Highly recommended


  2. Deirdre Deirdre says:

    Not bad, there were moments when I wondered how Lady Cameo Catherine Mary St Clair would cope with the issues brought up by her being unaccompanied but I found it interesting that she was dealing with issues about her wants and what society wanted her to do, and she also has to deal with the attentions of a man who makes her feel uncomfortable The artist she tries to get her to teach her , Benedict Cole, refuses to help, and when she goes to him he assumes she s a model, and they both dis Not bad, there were moments when I wondered how Lady Cameo Catherine Mary St Clair would cope with the issues brought up by her being unaccompanied but I found it interesting that she was dealing with issues about her wants and what society wanted her to do, and she also has to deal with the attentions of a man who makes her feel uncomfortable The artist she tries to get her to teach her , Benedict Cole, refuses to help, and when she goes to him he assumes she s a model, and they both discover things about each other and discover that maybe they need each other, but can he overcome his prejudices It was interesting but just felt like there could have been


  3. Pamela Fernandes Pamela Fernandes says:

    This is very beautifully written the author has certainly done her homework on the pre Raphaelite era, has woven Tennyson and art so intricately, that the book is very seamless I don t like quotes at the start of chapters, I found them distracting, but they were well chosen Benedict wants a model and Lady Cameo wants to be an artist herself She tricks him into believing that she s a governess and through the time spent modelling for him, learns from him and falls in love I feltin love This is very beautifully written the author has certainly done her homework on the pre Raphaelite era, has woven Tennyson and art so intricately, that the book is very seamless I don t like quotes at the start of chapters, I found them distracting, but they were well chosen Benedict wants a model and Lady Cameo wants to be an artist herself She tricks him into believing that she s a governess and through the time spent modelling for him, learns from him and falls in love I feltin love with the paintings than the painter, the author is very vivid in her description


  4. Mecque Mecque says:

    Impressive Harlequin debut Eliza Redgold has a talent for describing natural settings Her heroine is impulsive and naive but still someone I rooted for Loved the Pre Raphaelite cameos pun unavoidable


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