❆ [KINDLE] ✿ Dunleary By Monica Heath ➟ – Motyourdrive.co.uk

10 thoughts on “Dunleary

  1. says:

    Gothic author Monica Heath once again uses the location of Ireland to plot her story of a centuries old curse, a wild, fog shrouded island, a mouldering castle, bat shite mad characters, and the ubiquitous sweet and virginal heroine.Overly dramatic, with a very predictible villian, this 143 page gothic took me far longer to read then it should have, but frankly, it was only mildly entertaining, and nowhere as good as Heath is capable of writing.

  2. says:

    This book was written by my great aunt She was an excellent writer I loved how naturally mysterious and borderline creepy her writing was without seeming forced I think it s pretty cool that one of my relatives could write haunting, twisted, curse based novels with such an effortless style This was my first and probably last, to be honest venture into Gothic fiction It was complete with ancient curses, castle, and darkly mysterious love Super interesting and very different from anything I ve ever read.The mystery part of this story was pretty good Although it was fairly predictable, I wasn t sure about the bad guy s until the end.I m not sure if the romance was supposed to be romanticto me, it was just dark and sort of twisted Which is fine But not romantic All in all, it was not my type of book but I really enjoyed the writing style and found the story very engaging, particularly in the last half.

  3. says:

    It s no better than most other Gothic romances of the time, but I found the heroine interesting and the bad guys reprehensible Enjoyed it.

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  • Paperback
  • Dunleary
  • Monica Heath
  • 19 March 2019

About the Author: Monica Heath

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