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Lady in White by Denise Domning (1999-10-05)

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  • By dianne hoeg on September 1, 2015

    I am a big fan of Denise, however this story was sad and depressing. The characters were wonderful so it is unfortunate that only the two main characters had a happy ending, the rest were tragic. I am not sure why Nick had to have such a tragic beginning and end. What was the point, all the more reason he should have a long and happy life.

  • By Past Romance on January 31, 2013

    As with the first book in this series, LADY IN WAITING, I really wanted to like this book. I did enjoy this one more than the first but it still came up just a little short for me.Jamie Wyatt, the Steward of Graceton that readers first me in the first book of the series finds himself awaiting Queen Elizabeth's decision regarding his employer's request for restoration of his title. While stuck at court, he meets Arabella, a young widow soon to become the new Lady Graceton at Elizabeth's decree.He doesn't trust her, he resents her.....and then he is drawn to her.What is a man to do when he falls in love with a woman that is to be his employer's wife? He spends half of a book fighting with himself, is what.My favorite character in the book is little Lucy, the widow's young daughter. She provides a few light-hearted moments that greatly help breathe a little life into the plot. There is not nearly the amount of court intrigue in this story as in the first, because most of it takes place at Graceton, away from Elizabeth's controlling gaze.For some reason, there is a strange apparition, "The Lady in White" that is woven into the story at odd times. That's what kept this story from a 4 star review from me. Either add the supernatural element or don't. It's odd to make it seem so important near the beginning and then just completely ignore it until towards the end. I was just left scratching my head on that one.There is much more romance in this story than in the first. Everyone sort of got a happy ending....all except one poor unfortunate soul that falls off a castle wall, plunging to her death in the icy river below. Yep. It's that kind of story.

  • By Guest on June 8, 2016

    Lady in White is an enjoyable novel which is a mixture of historical fiction (Elizabethan period) and romance with a bit of a supernatural twist. The book did hold my interest and I was sorry when I reached the end.Overall, I would recommend the book to those who are looking for a nice, light, historical romance...something fun and a bit sexy (one sex scene with some details, a few stolen embraces and plenty of longing looks), but which isn't filled with page after page of details about ripped clothing with breasts spilling out and everything that follows.The White Lady is a ghost. She's a very minor character in the book and makes only two appearances. The first appearance is near the beginning of the book and the second is near the end. Her appearances are important, though, as they cause other characters to react in ways that shape the story.I found the book to be a bit depressing. I won't spoil it for you, but I'll say that it's not filled with happy endings for everyone. I thought that some of the main characters were underdeveloped.The White Lady can be read as a stand-alone novel, but I think it's better read following the first book in this series (the Lady Series), "Lady in Waiting."One thing that I really did not enjoy about the book is that the characters are called by so many different names. It is a bit difficult/tedious to keep all the names straight, especially in the beginning of the book. For example, Nicholas Hollier is Nick, the Squire, and Lord Hollier. His brother, Christopher Hollier is referred to as Kit. Lady Purvoy is also called Belle and Lady Annabelle. Her daughter, Lucretia...Lucy. Edward Mallory is usually called Ned, but is sometimes just referred to as the knight. James Wyatt is called Master Wyatt, sometimes referred to as the steward, is often called James, and then he reveals that he has a nickname, Jamie... Keeping track of all this took away from my enjoyment of the story.

  • By RICHARD L. GALLOWAY on January 1, 2015

    It was a easy reading book, one that is easy to put down and easy to pick up and just start reading again.I really like History Fiction and this is from my grade school days and as a early reader my 3rd grade teacher started me on History Fiction telling me that the event and person or persons in the stories were actual happenings (History) but what one person said to another was (Fictional) but through writing of letters or other documentations it was known the people had meet but they did not know what had actually been said.Some books I get I discover are more of a Romantic History, Romance set back in time than a actual History Fiction. I would put this as that.I also found a lot of repeating of the same thing over and over again and judged the writer was trying to fill pages to make it multi series or didn't think I had a large attention span.

  • By I_love_shopping_online on November 15, 2015

    It is edited nicely. I just couldn't read on. I begin to wonder in the first stages of this book was this going to be about religion this and that. Was this book really just about religion or romance? Religion was not the reason I chose the book. Anyway I kept reading but it has been boring to me.I couldn't continue. I tried. I have removed it from my kindle. I really hate to not finish a book but I just found myself getting bored as I flipped through the pages. This book was not for me.

  • By Nancy Dillow on August 10, 2017

    A very different story. Elizabethan intrigues, forced marriages and other secrets. As another reviewer stated, there was only one couple that had a happy ending. And, the lady in white only had a couple of pages - although she is supposed to have haunted the keep for many years. And, there is very little background about why she was there in the first place.I was given an advance copy to read and give an honest review.

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