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  • Title: Whisper His Name
  • Author: Elizabeth Thornton
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  • Page: 361
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  • Breaking the code to her heartIndependent and stubbornly unmarried, Abbie Vayle has always been a little too smart for her own good But she may have gone too far when she starts her own rare book business and accidentally acquires an antique book in Paris with a mysterious code scribbled in the margins.Someone wants the book back and is willing to kill to get it.Breaking the code to her heartIndependent and stubbornly unmarried, Abbie Vayle has always been a little too smart for her own good But she may have gone too far when she starts her own rare book business and accidentally acquires an antique book in Paris with a mysterious code scribbled in the margins.Someone wants the book back and is willing to kill to get it The only trouble is, Abbie no longer has the book It s locked away in the customs house in Dover Now it s a race against time as Abbie stays one step ahead of her pursuers The last person she wants to confide in is her best friend, Hugh Templar, whom she knows only as a formidable scholar who shares her passion for Roman antiquities.But as Hugh keeps turning up where she least expects him, a few things begin to dawn on her.Not only is Hugh surprisingly in fact incredibly handsome without his glasses on, but he s strangely professional in how he handles her mysterious enemies.Hugh is clearly not what he seems And soon Abbie realizes that neither is she she discovers what it means to love with all her heart and soul.From the Paperback edition.
    Elizabeth Thornton
    Mary Forrest George, n e Baxter was born and educated in Aberdeen, Scotland, where she taught school for a number of years before establishing her own nursery school, St Swithin Street Nursery School, an institution that is still going strong today.She and her husband then emigrated to Canada with their three young sons She taught kindergarten and Grade One for a number of years in Winnipeg, Manitoba, before becoming lay minister at a Presbyterian Church in Winnipeg.As part of her continuing education, she enrolled in evening classes at the University of Winnipeg to study Classical Greek Five years later, having completed an Honor s thesis on Women in Euripides, she received her B.A Classics Gold Medalist.After reading her first romance, a Regency by Georgette Heyer, she was captivated by the genre Hereafter, writing became her hobby In 1987, her first book, a small Regency entitled, Bluestocking Bride, was published by Zebra books She is the author of twenty four historical romances, and two novellas She has been nominated for and received many awards including the Romantic Times Trophy Award for the best New Historical Regency Author and Best Historical Regency Seven of her novels have been finalists in the Romance Writers of America Rita awards, Scarlet Angel, Strangers at Dawn, Princess Charming and The Perfect Princess, Shady Lady, The Marriage Trap, and The Bachelor Trap Her books appear regularly on national best selling lists and have been translated into many languages.Elizabeth s hobbies include reading particularly mystery and suspense novels, biography, and history , and traveling to do research for her novels She is also an avid Harry Potter enthusiast.


    Commentaires:

    Daniella
    Whisper His Name failed to entertain. It was such a shame since it had a very promising start. Abbie and Hugh were the perfect leads.Or so I thought.It seemed that as the story progressed, Abbie became more and more frustrating. Dear Lord, if the woman just told the truth right at the beginning, it would have saved Hugh a whole lot of trouble. I liked her independence at first, but her insistence to do things alone bordered on stupidity already. Yes, she had noble intentions for her actions--she [...]

    Pamela(AllHoney)
    Abbie Vayle is threatened. Either she produce a book or her brother dies. But Abbie doesn't know what book the baddies want. When she discovers where the book may be she journeys to retrieve it and encounters her friend, Hugh Templar along the way.It was a good book but Abbie bugged me with the way she lied to Hugh. It made no sense why she wasn't honest with him even after she knew he would find out the truth. But even though I didn't care for her I did like the story and I liked Hugh for the m [...]

    Misfit
    First things first, don't miss the gorgeous stepback courtesy of Inka. Hidden behind spoiler tags to keep the large image off the feeds.(view spoiler)[ (hide spoiler)]Awesome, no? "Nothing ever happened in Bath."The girl: Abbie Vayle. Well into her twenties, she's on the shelf and happy to be there and run her little used book business and lead the quiet life. Quiet that is, until it seems that a highly coveted book with super-secret spy codes ended up in among her latest book acquisitions in Pa [...]

    Elaine
    3.5 starsI really looked forward to reading this book but I expected it to be better. I still thoroughly enjoyed Abbie and Hugh's story though.Abby started out as a great heroine but then quickly turned into an annoying and hypocritical one. She was a disappintement to be honest. Hugh on the other hand was great. I like the silent, scholar guy who turns out to be much more than it looks like at first sight. Much of the action (and romance) in the book depended on the hero and heroine (especially [...]

    Elaine
    I actually liked this very much. I like a romantic suspense. I used to like scary books like Dean Koontz, but I don't really like not being able to sleep at night now! This is light suspense and action. I wish I knew more authors like this one. This is a new author for me.

    LJ
    WHISPER HIS NAME - OkayThornton, Elizabeth - 1st in seriesIndependent and stubbornly unmarried, Abbie Vayle has always been a little too smart for her own good. But she may have gone too far when she starts her own rare-book business--and accidentally acquires an antique book in Paris with a mysterious code scribbled in the margins.Someone wants the book back--and is willing to kill to get it. The only trouble is, Abbie no longer has the book. It's locked away in the customs house in Dover. Now [...]

    Cphe
    I very much enjoyed this book, I have been quite a fan of the author for a number of years. The synopsis of this book has been attended to, so my thoughts.I liked the character of Abigail Vayle, strong, fiesty and independent. She was determined to live under her own terms in a time that such independence was frowned upon. Hugh was the most interesting character. A scholar and ex spy for the British but in love with Abby. I won't give away any spoilers but he certainly had a major conflict of in [...]

    Frances
    This could have been a four star, but for some reason Thornton had the heroine weeping, sobbing, fainting, and tearing up on every page. Tears for everything, the good, the bad, and the really bad.

    Desi
    leído en Abril 2014Me gustó bastante, fue una historia bonita y entretenida!Falsa apariencia#1 Serie "Princesas"UNA MUJER EN APUROSAbbie Vayle es demasiado testaruda e independiente para la época que le ha tocado vivir. En 1814 no se entiende que una mujer guapa siga soltera a los veintisiete años. Claro que eso a ella no le importa, porque ahora su principal problema es salvar la vida de su hermano, que ha sido secuestrado. ¿A quién puede pedir ayuda? El único amigo que tiene es Hugh Tem [...]

    Elizabeth
    Spies and romanceA very enjoyable book which combines romance and historical spy story in equal amounts. 3.5 stars or 4 romance stars.

    Sophie
    4.5 stars. There were moments when I was angry at the heroine but otherwise it's a very good book.

    Bibliothekerin
    The Publisher's Weekly reviewer was right--"much of the action and romantic developments depend on the hero and heroine's repeatedly withholding information from each other--a device that quickly becomes tiresome to the reader."Hugh I can understand, because he is bound by the Regency equivalent of the Official Secrets Act. But Abby? Maybe some people understand her unwillingness to confide in Hugh, but I personally think she's an idiot, especially with an assassin after her. Esp. when her broth [...]

    Susan
    This was just not my cup of tea. When I read a regency period book I look for the characters to follow some of the rules of that society. The author just set the characters in the period to take advantage of the Napoleonic Wars to create the plot to her story. I could have stuck it out but she took around 290 pages to write a 130 page book. She dragged out the story with continued back and forth mistrust between the characters. Now don't get me wrong, I give the author lots of credit for writing [...]

    Courtney
    I found this book through a giveaway that I didn't win. It sounded fun and was available through my local library. And, I'm delighted that it crossed my path! It quite reminded me of the Joanna Bourne Spymasters series. I quite enjoyed those books and enjoyed this one, as well. The heroine was plucky, the hero had more layers than an onion, and the villain was sneaky and kept everyone on their toes. Overall, a quick read that kept me up past bedtime to finish the book.I happy recommend it to an [...]

    Anali
    A decir verdad, no me gusto mucho. La trama parecía entretenida en un inicio pero luego ya no me lo parecio. Otras veces me saco una sonrisa, pero no fue nada de otro mundom En cuanto a los personajes, Hugh si me gusto, de hecho, fue lo mejor. Es el caballero perfecto, educado y guapo. Abbie tambien me gusto al inicio pero luego me pareció que se volvía una protagonista un poco sosa a pesar de que me caia bien. En mi opinión, ella complico las cosas por si sola, si hubiera confiado un poco m [...]

    Astrida
    Abbie Vayle starts her own rare book business and acquires an antique book in Paris with a mysterious code scrubbed in the margin. Someone wants the book back and is willing to kill for it.I enjoyed this story. It was a well written mystery that had me guessing until the end.Abbie and Hugh were both smart and very likeable. There was no epilogue. However, the author notes can be obtained by contacting her. And so I did.

    Krystal
    Not as good as I'd hoped. Honestly, Abbie was a disappointment. I like my heroines to be much more forthcoming; I spent most of the book sighing and wishing Abbie were more like a Kleypas or Laurens heroine who usually let the hero in and then they can have an adventure together rather than this mess of a plot line that is constantly going back and forth between betrayal and "yay, they talked" moments.

    Anita
    Entertaining story of French and British spies. A book is passed to Abbie by a young French girl in a Paris bookshop and little does Abbie know that this book will threaten to and does change her life completely. In the process, she faces a crazed famous French spy, learns her brother has been kidnapped and does not know who to trust.

    Gunda
    What spoiled this book for me were an implausible plot twist in the end (the unmasking of the traitor) and a very annoying heroine - google 'stupid' and you'll find a reference to Abbie weepy-Vayle ;)

    Cristi DiGenova
    This was a lot of fun, interesting premise, spy intrigue mixed with romance, but I can't rate higher; I didn't believe the heroine would make the choices she did, too much false conflict.

    Carey
    Hugh Templar? Really? Not a better name then that? Much if the ridiculousness in the book could have been avoided if Abbie would have just told the truth.

    Kiki Belle
    There was nothing wrong with this book except for the usual historical romance sexism but I found it beyond tedious.

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