(A Most Extraordinary Pursuit Emmaline Truelove #1) [PDF/EBOOK] Ä Juliana Gray

Computational Molecular Biology: An Algorithmic Approach (Computational Molecular Biology) dAn that this is a fun uirky story that I reallyid enjoy reading There were so many elements of this story that were elouent and beautiful The scenes looking back in time to Miss Truelove with her Mother and Father were well Mocktails done As well as her conversations with theeceased ueen I especially enjoyed the romantic tension between Lord Silverton and Miss Emmeline Rose Truelove My favorite passage from this book is towards the end of the storyand it struck me as such a well Clojure In Action done piece But I was a year older and a century wiser and I gave my farewell firmly though hisark and hooded eyes for a single instant seemed to hold their old magic And I remember feeling as I took a cab home to the Duke of Olympia s house in Belgrave Suare that this was how all love affairs should end That one should never regain what was lost because it no longer existed Like a pair of rocks reshaped by the passage of time and tide you no longer fit together the way you once had pg 398 399 I m so thankful for the opportunity to read an advanced copy of this book and I want to thank Penguin Random House s First to

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program for that opportunity and to Beatriz Williams Juliana Gray for writing this story xo Rach Well That was all a bit oddLike no other Juliana Gray book this was a mixture of road story sorta love story but not time travelling and high fantasy of a type I haven t come across since Andrew Lang s opium Southern African Literature: An Introduction dream of a book The World s Desire All crossed with aash of Noel Coward s Blithe Spirit Much to my surprise since the preuel The Duke of Olympia Meets His Match was one of my top books of 2016 I BWWM (Interracial Romance BWWM African American Multicultural Romance) *2 (Interracial Romance BWWM African American Multicultural Romance) *2: Billionaires Secret Baby (BWWM Secret Baby Romance Contemporary Romance) didn t enjoy this Partly that sown to the bizarre combination of genres but mainly it s because I felt no connection to any of the characters Apart from ueen Victoria who amused usEmmeline Truelove kept her emotions under such strict control view spoiler eg we BWWM (An African American Romance) (BWWM Paranormal Scifi Romance) don t find out till nearly the end that she s had a previous unhappy love affair hide spoiler Theuke has African Literature: Overview and Bibliography died and his heir is missing Emmeline is sent on an urgent mission to track himown and avoid isaster And accompanying her is Lord Silverton who I guess is a cad and a bounder though with assassins on THEIR TRAIL HE MIGHT JUST BE trail he might just be perfect man for the job If you ve read Just One Damned Thing After Another by Jodi Taylor or any of the many Tintin graphic novels you ll have a reasonably good idea of what to expect in this book It s not for everyone but I loved it It really was good fun My review for A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray will be posted here at a later ate Stay tuned This book kind of Eşti cool şi dacă vorbeşti corect defies convention it s historical mystery splash of romance paranormal and time travel It is also mostefinitely a starter book we get an introduction to characters and the arc here but you will be left with uestions than answers This is labeled as 1 in the series although there is5 which I was wishing I had read because for the first 20% of this I felt hopelessly lost However I m not sure there are elements from the5 book that would help clue you in for this one If ANYONE WHO HAS READ5 COULD GIVE AN ANSWER IF who has read5 could give an answer if the first would help here would appreciate the comments The paranormal factor if curious what this is view spoilerour heroine is hauntedaccompanied by ueen Victoria mostly and occasionally her father and maybe her mother hide spoiler 45 Stars This was a most enjoyable Edwardian escapade and so much And all tied together by a superb and sophisticated writing smoothly propelling you along the pages like a summer breeze A uirky potpourri of Fall for You diverse genres accompanying the reader from London to Crete there s mystery adventure suspense mythology some paranormal undertones and an interesting collision of past present and future to provide enough intriguing material for the following booksMiss Emmaline Truelove our narrating voice prim proper and resourceful secretary on a mission and Lord Silverton smooth talking bachelor and polished mystery man strike an instant connection and if romance often takes the backseat in this first instalment their attraction and growing mutual respect shine all the same They spar they team they flirt while they are surely preparing for sleuthing in the next globe trotting rom. Ove and Silvertonisembark they are met with incidents of a violent nature a ransacked flat a murdered government employee an assassination attempt And as they steam from port to port on Max’s trail Money Blues to Blue Money dodginganger at every turn Truelove will Facial Action Coding SystemInvestigator's Guide Part 16701 discover the folly of her misconceptions about the whims of the heart theesires of men and the nature of time itse.
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A Most Extraordinary Pursuit Emmaline Truelove #1Uirky unpredictable and totally enjoyable read with lots of witty repartee It efies normal classifications and has tons of surprises I m torn because half me keeps saying It was fine fine Just let it go with two stars Or at most a star and a half It cannot help you not liking it But the I think about it the irritated I feel It should have been than fine All the technical plot points are there to make an exciting fun adventure story along the lines of my favorite historical mysteries Yet it falls uite short It is formally fine but emotionally ead The problems are twofold annoying characters and unclear plotting Emmeline Trueblood has a stick so far up her butt I am surprised she can even move She s a sourpuss who emonstrates all of two reactions at any given moment seasickness or judgment Now these are not things I would normally call a character out on I like judgmental cranky characters But she seriously walks around acting like someone peed in her cheerios and I just never understood whyOh we get the technical answers Mommy issues Daddy issues Possibly lover issues She s got the soul of a poet but keeps it firmly in place in case she finds herself tempted to crack a smile It is all technically there and yet somehow never meshed well enough for me to feel like she made sense as a character She is joined on her journey to the Mediterranean to find the lost heir by the sort of person one meets so regularly in fiction and so rarely in real life the irresistible man No but seriously That is basically his ENTIRE CHARACTER RIGHT THERE LORD SILVERTON LOVES WOMEN WOMEN character right there Lord Silverton loves women Women Lord Silverton Huzzah There are other random characters that play technically well crafted roles and yet o little else to endear themselves to the reader For example the scholar whose blatant and non stop sexism highlights Lord Silverton s egalitarian attitude Despite extreme predictability the romance elivers uite poorly The couple lacks any chemistry and their interactions usually left me irritated or cringing Thus the characters The plot itself spends about 34ths on travel and the last 4th onon action I mean it is all so random There is apparently enough space to expound on Miss Trueblood s seasickness and Lord Silverton s womanizing but not enough Trueblood s seasickness and Lord Silverton s womanizing but not enough give full explanations Or really any explanation I suspect the author intends these open ended uestions to lead the reader straight to the seuel but I cannot imagine putting myself through another book like this The writing timeline frustrated me Sometimes it felt like an after the fact story told my Miss Trueblood Sometimes it felt like an in the moment sort of thing It just left me asking are we in her memories Her journal Her subconsciousness There are too many other things going on for this problem to be okayMainly becauseview spoiler For one why oes Miss Trueblood see ghosts Again it is like the author is trying to technically trick us into thinking some Alien deeper meaning is going on but I m just not convinced ueen Victoria predicts the future and Miss Trueblood is like wow I ve got a great sub conscience But presuming ueen Victoria and Mr Trueblood are ghosts and not figments of her imagination neither actuallyo much except nag her about her relationship status and life ecisions You would think they would be useful Further I think it is ueen Victoria who is like Stay away from the Duke He s got crazy powers Well chica can summon ead monarchs I feel like that makes them both crazy powerful And if the two African American Literature in Transition, 1830-1850 do just represent figments of her imagination Well honestly I find them too on the nose then It is technically clever and yetsomehowisappointingly mundane as an answerAs for the Duke s powers he yanks people through time andmyth and the weird swear happy Americans from the futureI suppose it all gets answered at some point but it feltanachronistic in the story Like the author is meshing together the traditional À quoi rêvent les algorithmes detective style with the usual uptight woman meets charming rake and then throws in time travel and mystical powers or whatnot and somehow the euation just adds up wrong hide spoiler So I somehow managed to really enjoy this while simultaneously feeling like the balance was somehow offTo start this book was not the book I thought it was goi. Known for “charming original characters a largeose of humor and a plot that’s fantastic fun” New York Times beststelling author Jennifer Ashley Juliana Gray presents an extraordinary novel of an uncommon pursuit As the personal secretary of the recently eparted Duke of Olympia and a woman of good character Miss Emmeline Rose Truelove never expected ,
Ng to be I think I thought it was going to be of a cozy mystery set on a yacht The cover sends off some serious cozy mystery vibes And the escription is all kinds of misleading Except that it s also very accurate Basically this is a really weird book in reality It s a big mishmash of historical romance mysteryadventure story with a soupcon of the supernatural and an extraordinarily random one at that I am not opposed to any or all of those elements on their own or in combination with each other but somehow they Spare the Child: The Religious Roots of Punishment and the Psychological Impact of Physical Abuse don t come together uite right in the endI get that it s the beginning of a series so the authoroesn t want to give too much away in the first book but I felt like a little bit needed to be Managing Activism A Guide to Dealing with Activists and Pressure Groups defined earlier Some of the stuff that is hinted at is kinda sorta revealed in the end but right up until the end you re not even sure if there are going to be any supernatural elements The main character is visited by the ghost of ueen Victoria in the first chapter but the readeroesn t know if this predilection to talk to ghosts is genuine supernatural or just something she sort of imagines when she s working things out in her head and the voice of her subconscious somehow manifests itself as the ueen IDK It occurred to me as a possibility view spoilerAlso the retelling of the TheseusAriadneMinotaur story was a bit weird And like the characters I totally on t understand the possible time travel hide spoiler I ve given this a B at AARHaving previously enjoyed Juliana Gray s historical romances I was intrigued when I learned she would be venturing into the sub genre of historical mysteries with her #latest series It is connected to her Princess in Hiding books by virtue of the fact that #series It is connected to her Princess in Hiding books by virtue of the fact that plot of A Most Extraordinary Pursuit revolves around the search for the new Duke fact that plot of A Most Extraordinary Pursuit revolves around the search for the new Duke Olympia and that the son of the Duke of Ashland How to Tame Your Duke Freddie Lord Silverton is one of the protagonists I was expecting an historical mystery but when in the first chapter the heroine Miss Emmeline Truelove has a conversation with the late ueen Victoria I realised I was going to have to adjust my expectations somewhatIt s 1906 and the imposing silver haired Machiavellian colossus that was the Duke of Olympia is ead at the age of eighty six having expired while uietly fishing for trout Or so it seems His heir is his grandnephew Maximillian Haywood who spends most of his time on archaeological expeditions outside England but who is now expected to return to assume his responsibilities and title The trouble is that nobody has heard from Max for some months his last communication arrived shortly before Christmas nearly three months earlier and he is not where he is supposed to be at a Alien Generals Chosen Brion Brides dig at Knossos on the Greek island of CreteMiss Emmeline Truelove acted as theuke s personal secretary for the past six years having taken over that position after the Academic Motherhood: How Faculty Manage Work and Family death her father actually her step father who had previously fulfilled that role She is practical efficient and utterly no nonsense performing her role admirably notwithstanding her tendency 355 stars Contains mild spoilers I received an ARC e book of A Most Extraordinary Pursuit by Juliana Gray through Penguin Random House s First To Read I m really excited that I got a chance to read this book prior to its release in October 2016 Before receiving this book I had never heard of Juliana Gray Littleid I know Juliana Gray is a pseudonym for New York Times bestselling author Beatriz Williams the author of Along the Infinite Sea Tiny Little Thing The Secret Life of Violet Grant A Hundred Summers and Overseas I love historical fiction and stories that are set in a Alcohol Fuel: A Guide to Making and Using Ethanol as a Renewable Fuel different time period so I was looking forward to this read I was not letown by the uirky storyline the greek mythology tie ins action or the romance I thought it was uite a playful story that really Had Excellent Intentions Not To excellent intentions Not to the writing is exuisite the wording and usage of words throughout the story are captivating The only thing that Uprising Emerge Series disappointed me was the joining of all of these elements it s not that theyidn t or couldn t go together it was just a little confusing at times I see where they Greenes Farevvell to Follie Sent to Courtiers and Scholers, as a President to Warne Them from the Vaine Delights, That Drawes Youth on to Repentance. Robert Greene. Vtriusq[ue] Academia in Artibus Magister. (1617) did come together but I really had to put the puzzle pieces together But other th. O be steaming through the Mediterranean on a luxuriously appointed yacht under the watchful and jovial eye of one Lord Silverton But here they are as improper as it is on a uest to find theuke’s heir whereabouts unknown An expert on anachronisms the adventurous Maximilian Haywood was last seen at an archaeological Dare To Be Hero dig on the island of Crete And when Truel.

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