High Tide at Midnight

  • Title: High Tide at Midnight
  • Author: Sara Craven
  • ISBN: 9780263728897
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Paperback
  • High Tide at Midnight Trevennon had a dark and tragic history As a child Morwenna had listened to her mother s stories of Trevennon her old home Morwenna had pictured a castle full of the magic of love standing high on
    Trevennon had a dark and tragic history As a child, Morwenna had listened to her mother s stories of Trevennon, her old home Morwenna had pictured a castle full of the magic of love, standing high on the cliffs of Cornwall So when tragedy struck the eighteen year old Morwenna, she fled to Trevennon Contrary to her expectations, she found a house full of unhappiness andTrevennon had a dark and tragic history As a child, Morwenna had listened to her mother s stories of Trevennon, her old home Morwenna had pictured a castle full of the magic of love, standing high on the cliffs of Cornwall So when tragedy struck the eighteen year old Morwenna, she fled to Trevennon Contrary to her expectations, she found a house full of unhappiness and hostility Dominic Trevennon s hostility But strangely, Dominic capture Morwenna s heart as completely as her mother s stories had captured her imagination Only this time, the story didn t seem to have a happy ending.

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      Published :2019-06-19T03:18:25+00:00

    About Sara Craven


    1. Anne Bushell was born on October 1938 in South Devon, England, just before World War II and grew up in a house crammed with books She was always a voracious reader, some of her all time favorites books are Pride and Prejudice by Jane Austen, Middlemarch by George Eliot, Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bront , Gone With the Wind by Margaret Mitchell and The Code of the Woosters by P G Wodehouse.She worked as journalist at the Paignton Observer, but after her marriage, she moved to the north of England, where she worked as teacher After she returned to journalism, she joined the Middlesbrough Writers Group, where she met other romance writer Mildred Grieveson Anne Mather She started to wrote romance, and she had her first novel Garden of Dreams accepted by Mills Boon in 1975, she published her work under the pseudonym of Sara Craven In 2010 she became chairman of the Southern Writers Conference, and the next year was elected the twenty six Chairman 2011 2013 of the Romantic Novelists Association.Divorced twice, Annie lives in Somerset, South West England, and shares her home with a West Highland white terrier called Bertie Wooster In her house, she had several thousand books, and an amazing video collection When she s not writing, she enjoys watching very old films, listening to music, going to the theatre, and eating in good restaurants She also likes to travel in Europe, to inspire her romances, especially in France, Greece and Italy where many of her novels are set Since the birth of her twin grandchildren, she is also a regular visitor to New York City, where the little tots live In 1997, she was the overall winner of the BBC s Mastermind, winning the last final presented by Magnus Magnusson.


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    1. Coincidentally this is my second vintage in a row which is again set in a decrepit coastal Cornish castle. This too has a gothic feel with family secrets, sad tales of medieval tragedies and previous generation's heartaches trickling down to the present, and treacherous tides that almost costs the h her life. I am, of course, referring to The Youngest Bridesmaid. What differed here was that the housekeeper was very un-gothic in her warm welcome and immediately takes the h under her wing, as she [...]

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    2. Beautiful orphan Morwenna is the daughter of a Baron, but he’s dead. So is her brother. Her mum died years ago. She’s 18 and her cousin’s family have taken over her family home because of an entail, and now they’re complaining that she’s breathing their air and being all useless and gloomy. Sure, not to her face, but it’s all there behind closed doors, which Morwenna must now knock on before she can open them, because the cousin family are all awful.Morwenna is beautiful and a little [...]

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    3. As you guys know, there's nothing I hate more than a bitchy heroine. I hated this one - I was willing to give her a chance, but I couldn't. First off, she's impulsive, bitchy, deliberately provocative - and likes to give people the wrong idea about her, that she's a gold digging slut (I HATE DECEPTION UGH) - and she's a 'big fat liar', as my little sister Aamnah would say. AND ON TOP OF THAT, SHE HARBOURED SEXUAL FEELINGS FOR HER COUSIN - NOPE, NOT THE HERO. I CANNOT BEAR MY HEROINES TO HAVE FEE [...]

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    4. Could not put it down. Crazy old skool Harley with a gothic twist. I got annoyed a few times with the self-sacrificing heroine, the crazy uncle and the alpha hero who was willing to believe the worst of our poor heroine. (Even when the facts pointed to something totally different). However, I wouldn't have my Harley's any other way.One of the better ones by this author!

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    5. Bravo, Sara Craven! This is a masterful Gothic contemporary that has all the elements of the Gothics I grew up reading:The orphaned heroine who is thrown out of her house by her cruel relatives after they inherit it.The mysterious house on the coast of Cornwall.The manipulative uncle, the hostile nephew (Hero), the friendly nephew (the assumed OM), the loyal family retainers, the scary guard dogs, the glamorous OW.The family legend (two lovers are caught by the high tide and die).The family secr [...]

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    6. Old school Harlequin! Romantic and never boring!

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    7. One of the better female leads by this author.

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    8. Sara Craven's take on gothic romance. Stormy nights, old mansions, mystery, tragic history, almost intelligent heroine and the dark, broody, domineering Hero!By far one of the better Hp's.Only complaint: the ending felt rushed and too sugary.

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    9. She is one character I want to indulge in if I want to wallow in a little self empowerment. She is not contriving but she does draws you in to her unfortunate state of life and her determination to still seek independence amidst rejections and ill feelings surrounding her. It's one of those characters that draws you in to her struggles and cheer for her triumph. I like the fact that she was warm, sensitive, and understanding, but she was also strong regarding her convictions. It's a sweeping lov [...]

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    10. I've read a lot of Mills & Boons, but this is my first ever Sara Craven one. As a result of this fantastic book, however, I'm going to try and read a lot more of hers. This one dated from 1978 and possibly read as a little dated, but it was still a fantastic love story with a Gothic twist. The Cornish scenery in the winter time is beautifully evoked and it would make a fantastic read over Christmas. I loved it.

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    11. رواية المنبوذه من روايات عبير كانت مسليه

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    12. nobody's alone ;)

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    13. من كتبي المفضلةأي أنسان يستطيع الهرب من قدره ؟ موروينا ماتت والدتها وهي في الثامنة من عمرها . وفي الثامنة عشرة قتل والدها و شقيقها في حادث سيارة . فجأة اصبحت وحيده , يتمة و منبوذة من أقاربها الذين أستولوا على جميع الاملاك .البيت الذي ترعرعت فيه طردت منه لتقف وجهاً لوجه أمام عاص [...]

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    14. Lekker voorspelbaar romannetje.

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    15. المنبوذةأي أنسان يستطيع الهرب من قدره ؟ موروينا ماتت والدتها وهي في الثامنة من عمرها . وفي الثامنة عشرة قتل والدها و شقيقها في حادث سيارة . فجأة اصبحت وحيده , يتمة و منبوذة من أقاربها الذين أستولوا على جميع الاملاك .البيت الذي ترعرعت فيه طردت منه لتقف وجهاً لوجه أمام عاصفة الزم [...]

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