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There were two extra stars for that. View all 6 comments. May 20, StMargarets added it Shelves: library-book , angst-by-misunderstanding-lies , harlequin-presents , dnf , author-sharon-kendrick. I could not finish this. This Rochester is sleezy in how he seduces a teenager in his household. This Jane comes off as robotic in how she handles finding out he's married.
And that's where I had to stop. The source material is not a romance. I would say it's a Bildungsroman - a story of Jane's life from her childhood to her I could not finish this. I would say it's a Bildungsroman - a story of Jane's life from her childhood to her happy ending as a wealthy woman in her own right with a husband of her choosing and a baby. As Wikipedia helpfully explains. The genre often features a main conflict between the main character and society. In a magnificent speech to Rochester, Jane claims her personhood, her value as an individual - no matter what society says about her status and worth.
That's thrilling stuff. This story, not so much. View all 4 comments. When Ashley was very young her no good mother died and Ashley went into the foster system. The fictional foster system sounds even more awful than fictional orphanages, and at least in a fictional orphanage you might get the opportunity to do a musical number with your fellow orphans. In the foster system, the best you can hope for is to be locked in a cupboard with rats. Ashley got the cupboard and had a seizure. She needs the money not only to support herself, but because she has debts. She had no assets, no blackmailers, and no money-draining recently deceased family members.
Romance heroines are never in trouble for simple reasons, like credit card debt, and the most extravagant thing a romance heroine ever buys is a double-shot rather than a regular skinny cap. Jack is a whole other story, because Jack is a creeper. She looks younger. Jack is much turned on. Surely she knows how turned on he is by the way she types up his manuscript, so quiet, so thoughtful. He knows exactly how these plain orphan girls operate! So Jack spends his time daydreaming of stripping her naked and possessing her young skinny body, and it made me shudder.
I could not get into him on any level. Therefore: Rochester. Rochester was the first man I ever fell in love with, and I refuse to be objective about him. You, my fairy spirit bird creature, are my only hope for true redemption! Jack is at a disadvantage because he has been a hero, and Rochester never has. Rochester knew all along that he had been a villain, and only found reason to become a better man at around the time he met Jane.
Jack believed all along that he was the hero. His troubles were that he was weak and lead astray because he was traumatised thanks for only pretending to see your own culpability, jerk. Ashley has no part in making him change — he dismisses her objections to their relationship, based on the inequality of their backgrounds, as nonsense. As something only a foolish young girl would notice.
Look, there are thousands of books out there about the governess who fell in love with the lord of the manor, and how their love was threatened by something in his past. View all 3 comments.
Apr 27, Vintage rated it it was ok Shelves: anachronistic , boring-hero , brooder , angsty , second-chances , beauty-and-beast , blind-hero , apply-two-by-four-please , the-long-con , its-me-not-you. Straight from Pinewood Studios, comes this production of. The brooding, dressed in black Bronte-ish hero has just passionately kissed the plain governess secretary. She turns and runs. He follows, enraged that she is willing to deny her passion.
Yep, he leaves for London as she stays and works. He brings his fancy piece back, and here are my predictions for the rest of the book. The fancy piece will be rude and snotty, and either has dark hair or red hair. Yeah, not really a guess is it, but more of a given. Yes, she had dark hair.
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