The Madness of Lord Ian McKenzie - Jennifer Ashley Reviews
Description:Genre: Fiction / Romance / Author: Jennifer Ashley / Paperback / Publication Date: 2011 / Publisher: Berkley
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by - written on 27/07/12 (Very useful, 102 readings)
I chose this book because it had garnered some rave reviews from readers so I was expecting a well written, fast paced page turner. Sadly, what I got was an intriguing and very different hero but one conceived by a writer incapable of doing justice to her initial idea. Synopsis: It's well known throughout Victorian high society that Lord Ian Mackenzie is mad and that he spent much of his youth in an asylum until released by his brother, the Duke of Kilmorgan. It's also well known that he is an expert on porcelain, especially that of the Ming Dynasty. During the sale of a piece from his collection to Sir Lyndon Mathers, Lord Ian discovers that ... Read the complete review
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