Mad Jack

Mad Jack The fifth book in the Bride Saga from the New York Times bestselling author Winifrede disguises herself as a male valet to Grayson St Cyre s aunts but when Grayson discovers the truth he uncovers
  • Title: Mad Jack
  • Author: Catherine Coulter
  • ISBN: 9780515124200
  • Page: 196
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • Mad Jack
    The fifth book in the Bride Saga from the 1 New York Times bestselling author.Winifrede disguises herself as a male valet to Grayson St Cyre s aunts, but when Grayson discovers the truth, he uncovers feelings he never imaginedhe possessed.
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  • I have decided to stop reading this book after I finished half of it Although, I have always loved Catherine CoulterI am bored There I said it This book is tedious Not only that, but the characters do not seem to have much in the way of chemistry I feel like they should be siblings rather than lovers I also found myself irritated at the Sherbrooks coming into the book It feels as though the book is about them than the main characters Do not get me wrong, I love the Sherbooks I just feel as thou [...]

  • Although I found the main characters of this story, Jack aka Winifrede and Gray very likable and entertaining the story seemed disjointed There were several different storylines going on and none of them were terribly captivating I felt that Coulter was trying a little too hard to bring the Sherbrookes into the story and perhaps she should have focused on Jack and Gray The book began and ended with a plot about an advisary seeking revenge on Gray However, this story line was neglected through t [...]

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  • 3.5 5 starsA really fun, quick read This book is definitely not one I would have picked up on my own, but a friend leant it to me as well as about 10 other books so I gave it a try I don t often read romance novels, but this one was very cute and fun, and the main characters were quite likeable.If you re in the mood for something light and fun, give this one a shot

  • One of the most torturous audiobooks I ve ever tried to listen to and I got fairly far, just to see how bad it could get The male voices are ghastly and many of the characters sounded so strained it hurt my throat to listen to them.

  • Boring Writing sucked It was juvenile, even I struggled through because I have to finish but it was tough Could have been great, interesting storyline and she can be a great author This one just fell short for me.

  • Mad Jack was an interesting read Catherine Coulter wrote the book in an odd sort of prose, like nothing I ve ever read in a romance novel before It was kind of quirky though, so I m giving it a 3 star rating Gray is introduced to Mad Jack aka Winifred the disguised valet when his great aunts come to visit him Although he at first takes no notice of her, things pick up when he catches her trying to steal one of his prize horses She gets away and he pursues When he finally catches up to her, some [...]

  • Dans ce tome 4 des Sherbrooke, Grayson St.Cyre, adorable Baron Cliffe, voit d barquer dans sa paisible vie bien ordonn e deux grands tantes excentriques, lesquelles cachent dans leur bagage, en plus de leur charme et de leur finesse, un valet nomm Jack, Mad jack un nom aux consonances si romanesques qui n est qu un jeune gars sans poil au menton.A la suite d un vol de cheval, et Dieu sait si Gray est attach ses chevaux, des amis de toujours , il s av re que ce valet n est pas du tout celui que l [...]

  • The appearance of the Sherbrookes in the story of what were previously color characters was a mainstay of Mad Jack, though not necessarily a bad thing What was surprising, however, was that a number of them were behaving in ways that seemed wholly out of sorts for how I d met them previously in past books Colin Kinross is a spastic worrier with Sinjun pregnant Alex Sherbrooke has turned into a jealous harridan having open tantrums in other peoples homes This was very strange And not in a good wa [...]

  • Another romantic chapter in the Sherbrooke series The one thing that I was having trouble with, was how Gray was either related or knew the Sherbrooke brothers It was not quite clear to begin with, but as I read, there were stories shared that gave me a little clue as to how he fit in with the Douglas, Ryder, and Tysen Gray is basically a friend to all of them through first knowing Ryder When Ryder helped him protect an abused woman, since Ryder protects abused and abandoned children, he also he [...]

  • I enjoyed this book very much I thought the plan of the aunts to bring Mad Jack to the house of their nephew was pretty funny Not so much the plan itself, but how are the ants tried to justify and explain why they needed somewhere to stay I enjoyed getting to know all of the characters in the book I have read the series but I had kind of forgotten some of the back stories I m rather hoping there will be a story featuring Helen and King Edward s Lamp It was it intriguing subplot or at least part [...]

  • I loved this book The dialog was so much out of the ordinary that I found it captivating The H H got along from the beginning True, there were some moments where the heroine dug her heels in and got her way However, the hero was a good sport about it and let her I like that the past characters from the other books appear and play a part in the story It helps remember sometimes how they fit into the big picture Sometimes they bring us up to date with their dialog explaining to the new person on t [...]

  • My friend introduced me to Catherine Coulter through this book, and glob I loved it CC writes in a straight to the point way that manages to be funny because it s so honest and plain Her characters speak so strangely, unlike with other historical romances I read They are way too honest, and somehow CC s writing style works Maybe it s because this is the first Coulter I read, that I didn t find it lacking or disappointing I loved Grayson St Cyre He kind of reminds me of Freddy from Georgette Heye [...]

  • It was going so well Their brother and sister Really, nothing else could ve happened that wouldn t gross out the readers To let this revelation come to the light AFTER they ve already consummated their marriage is just plain gross For me it didn t matter that after investigation they weren t really brother and sister but for the fact that the possibility has already been voiced gives this story an unredeemable feel There was no way I could finish this story, even if I was almost done with it Thi [...]

  • I always enjoy when the heroine dresses as a boy to fool the hero It makes me laugh Jack and Gray are awesome characters and the Sherbrookes again leave me vastly amused Colin deserves to be a little stressed out now and then Douglas and Alex still have the great banter Sophie was mentioned but not really in the story so I kissed her Helen Mayberry intrigues me so I am excited for the next book and to see what Spencer Heatherington is all about especially since his reputation proceeds him

  • Very fast read, gift from a friend London 1811, dark streets, the haves and have nots Wicked men who beat their wives and step children, took their money, and women had no say in the mater One girl escapes, gets to her aunties who disguise her as a boy They take her to safety in London to a relative, or is she safe.Evil step father tries to claim her, handsome young aristocrat saves the day.

  • I normally do not give too many one stars, but I had no choice on this one I felt like the story should have ended about midway Sadly, I felt boredom and turned off by some of the side characters Since I finished the book, obviously there was some entertainment factor Perhaps it was to see if Jack matured or if Gray returned to his mistress Sadly, I didn t feel like those issues were resolved

  • Jack Winifrede is posing as a valet for two batty old aunts who take refuge from her scheming stepfather at Gray s estate.I had some high hopes for this one, since it started out with some intriguing lightheartedness However, Coulter manages to mess it up, as always The banter and lightheartedness is very superficial, and the dialogue that the characters speak is stilted and basically sounds like they are narrating their own lives It wasn t necessarily bad, but it lacks that spark.

  • Taking place in London in 1811, much in the manner of Downton Abbey with all the barons and lords and the servants The men with their power over women they considered to be helpless as a foundation for proving the men wrong A fun romp in a fairly typical romance novel but with several sides to keep it interesting.

  • Really hard for me to listen to these women let men run all over them but it was a different time when you had to ride horses or ride in a carriage everywhere Liked jacks story running aw at from her step father and then having Grey get her and her sister away from him Interesting and sick twist that they could have been half brother half sister

  • Mad Jack, Bride Bk 4, Catherine Coulter, PB B 2 99, 2 00 Mad Jack is the Valet of 2 old aunts who burst into Lord Cliffe s Grayson St Cyre life and home Mad Jack steals Gray s horse to save her half sister from her stepfather s brutality, and the adventure continues, with appearances from all the Sherbrookes as well Good.

  • Coulter s Sherbrooke series is a great read These regency romances are beyond the pap of the usual regency romance Her characters are funny and warm There s always an adventure, a treasured a family ghost or two, although paranormal is not the focus of her stories.

  • Was a good book but not as page turning as her other novels Not sure why the last chapter was put in there except maybe to lead to another book in the series I will read by this author but this was not one of her best books.

  • Can I give it zero stars This was crap Choppy writing Forgetable characters No romance No smut I know that this type of literature can barely be called literature, but I still love a good smutty romance This was not Ugh.

  • This is the first time that I regretted reading the unabridged version, as the book seemed too long and never end There were several time I thought the book could have ended and been a good book At first I was into Douglas and Alex s storyline than Jack and Gray.

  • continuing on with the Sherbrooke s but a twist in that it is a friend but still has the characters from the previous series Laughter and romance are such a great combo that I will always enjoy reading

  • This was a very calm historical romance The story had several moments that made me smile but overall the novel was very slow with limited action.

  • over all I was very pleased with this one gray was an excellent lead male n jack was very intriguing I loved seeing douglas n alex ryder and sinjun.

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