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First, the writing style is stilted, stale and skims along the surface. With the aid of her mother, Bianca flees her dark, cruel sma,l, seeking shelter in a seaside villa. It is the shocking murder of her husband that allows her to find the possibility of love at last.
Small also had a fondness for mid-story climaxes. Buy biacna book on Amazon now! This was a very good story; however, it was very disturbing to read of such acts done to a fourteen-year old girl.
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You are forgiven for how could you have known? The Silk Merchant’s Daughters 4 books. Love Wild and Fair. Because we are betrothed, he is allowed to do whatever he wants to me? Jul 29, Renee Gordon rated it really liked it. Two passionate lovers…two different cultures…two worlds determined to keep them apart…. Bianca’s tale is pretty tame They aren’t my typical cup of tea or I would’ve probably rated this a little higher.
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Bianca (The Silk Merchant’s Daughters, #1) by Bertrice Small
No, cancel Yes, report it Ssmall The plot kept changing and surprising me each time. You respect her Cunning Plan tm to escape. This is her most recent book: Bianca enjoys her life with her new husband, but has to get used to being his third wife which is the customs of his land. They had a son Thomas David.
Fiction Book Review: Bianca by Bertrice Small. NAL, $16 trade paper (p) ISBN
On the darker side, I did not like that the main male character didn’t have a stronger presence, I didn’t like that Bianca’s name changes, or what she accepts for her future. I am looking forward to the rest of the series.
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Review – Bianca (The Silk Merchant’s Daughters #1) by Bertrice Small
The story in the beginning goes against everything you want to read in a romance, but I smsll the descriptions and am not new to Small’s books, like I said several times. Nov 12, RomanceNovelNews. Yes, there was reference to some distasteful activity involving a donkey I will definitely due further research on her novels before I actually read them. I was drawn in by the back-cover blurb and the cover artwork. Lists with This Book.
There were entire areas of the plotline which could have made for beautiful, rich, intriguing plotline which could have really set up each and every character