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Fairer Than She Written and situated in the 1950s.Yasmin age 23 lives with her father, who is the new schoolmaster in Liscombe village, her stepmother and sister age 20.Though Yasmin is very beautiful, she has never yet experienced a lover s embrace Then at a ball on New Year s Eve she meets Edward Liscombe, Lord of Liscombe House, and she knows he s the one Dear Edward isn t convinced, however, as he despises all women, but he feels a compelling need to possess Yasmin, body and soul Yasmin is not shy Written and situated in the 1950s.Yasmin age 23 lives with her father, who is the new schoolmaster in Liscombe village, her stepmother and sister age 20.Though Yasmin is very beautiful, she has never yet experienced a lover s embrace Then at a ball on New Year s Eve she meets Edward Liscombe, Lord of Liscombe House, and she knows he s the one Dear Edward isn t convinced, however, as he despises all women, but he feels a compelling need to possess Yasmin, body and soul Yasmin is not shy about telling him her special ability she has visions After that Edward keeps calling her a witch The next day she receives flowers and is invited to take a drive across the moors in his car That wasn t Edward s sole purpose for inviting her, apparently, as he has a meeting in a hotel with some friends In a very obvious way, to the reader, he uses Yasmin to swap compact powders with the friend s wife The name is Liscombe, Edward Liscombe.At this point I threw the book in the garbage the first time I tried reading it Then I saw some people s reviews of Theresa Charles novels and as I m not like Edward and do believe in second chances, today followed my second attempt Again I sighed at the silly setup in the hotel, but reading on I gotandangry at Edward for his abusive behavior of Yasmin and consequently frustrated at Yasmin s unwavering belief in him She knows she will heal him through her loveAnd after that I didn t want to put the book down any because it unintentionally was laugh out loud hilarious.Here s an example Listen, Margo I ve stood quite a lot from you in the past, and I don t really mind what you say or think about me now But and please believe that I m serious I will not permit you to insult Edward in my hearing, I retorted, looking directly at her If you imagine that he seduced me or raped me, or whatever you choose to call it, in your singularly vulgar mind, it s a lie He didn t even suggest it If he had suggested it, I suppose you would have agreed I don t think so Not because I should have had any personal objection, but because he would have brooded over it afterwards He worries too much as it is They were all three staring at me as if they thought I had lost my senses In fact Edward and Yasmin call each other crazy and idiots all the time and I really think they re right Edward treats Yasmin very badly, all because some woman in his past has hurt him Well, boohoo And Yasmin is crazy for enduring all the insults and manhandling because she knows that s not the real Edward He quotes poetry all the time, so he s really a softie, you know.Heroes in gothic romances often need to be brooding and tormented, but Theresa Charles obviously chose the wrong way to display this I ll even go as far as saying that it s dangerous to let a hero behave this way Young girls reading the book may actually believe that they can change horrid boyfriends into loving husbands.Aside from the spy business there isn t much of a story It sabout Yasmin s feelings for Edward This book is neither a gothic, nor a romance, so my verdict is a 1 out of 10 just because I ve had a couple of good laughs IN LOVE WITH HATE For beautiful, innocent Yasmin Taverton, her wedding day should have been the happiest day of her life an impossible dream of love come true Before her stood the groom, Edward Liscombe, master of Liscombe Manor, his violent, wastrel past a scandal through the countryside, his sudden marriage an incredible surprise He was strong, handsome, yet as she looked up at him, Yasmin felt a sudden shiver, as cold and piercing as the wind off the moors Already she had seen in his dark gaze spectres of a terrible past and the pain of an injury of which Edward refused to speak But now she saw something else Unmistakable in her loved one s eyes was hatred, black and unrelenting hatred and he was staring straight at her


About the Author: Theresa Charles

Irene Maude Mossop Swatridge sometimes in collaboration with Charles John Swatridge akaIrene Mossop, Jan Tempest, Fay Chandos, Theresa Charles, Leslie Lance and Virginia StormIrene Maude Mossop was born on 6 December 1904 in Woking, Surrey, England, UK, she was the elder child of Maude Binford Eyre and Robert Mossop, a solicitor, later she had one bothers She was educated privately.She started writing very young, and after her father death, she started to publishing as Irene Mossop Girl School s novels In 1934, she married the recently widowed and ex RAF officer Charles John Swatridge 1896 1964 , they moved to a Devon farm, which her husband ran in a gentlemanly fashion and she continued writing After her marriage, she started to wrote gothic and romance novels, first as Jan Tempest and later as Fay Chandos In collaboration with her husband, she published as Theresa Charles, and years later as Leslie Lance, after his husband s death in 1964 she continued using the pseudonyms In 1950s, she had serious discussions with Alan Boon of Mills Boon about her novel Without A Honeymoon when she introduced the idea of an illegitimate child, that he felt she would encounter difficulties with the Irish audience Irene Mossop died on 26 October 1988.


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