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  1. says:

    Here's the thing If you're at the point where you're reading the SEVENTH of a series in HARDCOVER you don't really need my review You're like me; you're going to read it regardless of what the main storyline might be We've come this far and we've been amused enough with the ride so we'll continue on The Orchid Affair is in

  2. says:

    I'm glad to see Willig getting back to a espionage heavy plot I thought the political intrigue here was one of her best s

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    The Silver Orchid shines in post revolutionary Paris The Orchid Affair is Willig’s eighth novel in the popular Pink Carnation series set during the Napoleonic Wars between England and France They involve historical espionage romance swash buckle and a fair dose of comedy and sardonic wit – neatly ticking off all the check boxes on my ideal historicalromancecomedy reading hit listThe opening chapters of Orchid were an abrupt

  4. says:

    This was much MUCH better than the last couple of Carnation books I don't even think I really remember those I must have blocked them out Jane actually shows up and the focus is back on FranceEngland which makes much sense since I doubt the Secret Carnation controlled espionage on every continentAnyway this one was a bit mature in terms of character both Laura and Andre are in their 30s and I felt that it was also less frivolous than prev

  5. says:

    Oh dear Laura and Letty are now having a face off over who is the best Willig heroine Arabella is looking on to se

  6. says:

    Oh I loved this installment of Pink Carnation The historical action shifts to France and I loved the intrigue The Selwick spy school sends one of its pupils off on a mission and it kept me buried deep in readingLaura Grey has spent 16 long years as a governess and her life feels as drab and grey as her wardrobe Given the chance she goes undercover in France aswhat elsea governess in the household of the Minist

  7. says:

    There's a reason why Lauren Willig's books are so popular and The Orchid Affair reminded me of why I didn't want this book to end The story is

  8. says:

    Ahh Willig is such a delightful author to read Buta funny thing happened on the way through this book a subtle role reversal took place The co

  9. says:

    35 stars After diving back into the Pink Carnation series with the sixth book The Betrayal of the Blood Lily I was eagerly ready to continue readingI have already read the seventh book so I moved on to The Orchi

  10. says:

    Laura Grey has had it being a governess She has just graduated from the Selwick Spying Academy and is off to France to do her bit to fight the revolution Of course she just happens to be going to France in the very role she was trying to escape that of governess Laura or precisely Laure Griscogne has been away from her homeland since her parents died and left her orphaned and having to take care of herself in the only way possible by reari

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Ected Royalist plot to unseat Bonaparte and Laura's mission is to report any suspicious findings At first the job is as lively as Latin textbooks and knitting but Laura begins to notice strange behavior from Jaouen secret meetings and odd comings and goings As Laura edges herself closer to her employer she makes a shocking discovery and is surprised to learn that she has far in common This was much MUCH better than the last couple of Carnation books I don t even think I really remember those I must have blocked them out Jane actually shows up and the focus is back on FranceEngland which makes much sense since I doubt the Secret Carnation controlled espionage on every continentAnyway this one was a bit mature in terms of character both Laura and Andre are in their 30s and I felt that it was also less frivolous than previous installments The romance bloomed slowly and the spy elements made sense although I m still not convinced of Andre s motives My only disappointment is the modern section which just seems to drag without purpose I would like it better if that story just framed the other the interruptions began to get tedious Still it was a welcome relief to have the Carnation series back into fighting shape Geschichten aus Latexia notice strange behavior from Jaouen secret meetings and odd comings and goings As Laura edges herself closer to her employer she makes a shocking discovery and is surprised to learn that she has far in common This was much MUCH better than the last couple of Carnation books I don t even think I really remember those I must have blocked them out Jane actually shows up and the focus is back on FranceEngland which makes much sense since I doubt the Secret Carnation controlled espionage on every continentAnyway this one was a bit mature in terms of character both Laura and Andre are in their 30s and I felt that it was also less frivolous than previous installments The romance bloomed slowly and the spy elements made sense although I m still Mating Flight not convinced of Andre s motives My only disappointment is the modern section which just seems to drag without purpose I would like it better if that story just framed the other the interruptions began to get tedious Still it was a welcome relief to have the Carnation series back into fighting shape

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With Jaouen than she originally thought As their plots begin to unravel Laura and Jaouen are forced on the run with the children and with the help of the Pink Carnation they escape to the countryside traveling as husband and wife But Delaroche will stop at nothing to take down his nemesis With his men hot on their trail can Laura and Jaouen seal the fate of Europe before it's too lat There s a reason why Lauren Willig s books are so popular and The Orchid Affair reminded me of why I didn t want this book to end The story is an excellent well rounded historical There s lots of adventure and mystery great characters and a lot of sweet romanceThe book started a little slow for me there wasn t a lot of action at the start But I felt the story picked up as soon as Andre and Laura ran into the boisterous painter Daubier I feel like that s when the secrets really started to come out in the openAt first I couldn t tell if Emma s relationship with Andre was going to lead to romance or not but once it did I was on the edge of my set for the rest of the book Their love had it all secrets jealousies insecurities and always and foremost respect and friendship TI loved that they were a little older and wiser than romance heroes and heroines normal are That made their love so much deeper and real Andre was so strong and such an honorable character I loved that his uiet strengths were so much different than a typical hero I also loved that Andre had eye glasses and that he was always actually wearing them It wasn t a detail that got lost in the story it was very much a part of his characterI really liked the secondary characters they made the story come alive The two children were so cute and seem so real They weren t used just for laughs Daubier was a lovable bachelor Uncle type of character and I m not going to lie De Barry was hotThe mystery was very well plotted and had me guessing the whole time I was often shocked at the twists and turns in the story I loved trying to decipher the messages form the Pink CarnationI wasn t totally a fan of the present day part of the story I see it as a way to tie the series together but I felt lit took me out of the real story sometimes At one particularly exciting point I was so upset to turn the page and see the modern characters It was like the dreaded to be continued at the end of your favorite tv showThis book perfectly balances a sweet and tender romance with an adventurous historical mystery I can t wait to read the books that I ve missed in this wonderful seriessent by publisher in exchange for honest reviewreviewed for Complete Amber Sourcebook nothing to take down his Jadę sobie. 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Przewodnik dla podróżujących kobiet nemesis With his men hot on their trail can Laura and Jaouen seal the fate of Europe before it's too lat There s a reason why Lauren Willig s books are so popular and The Orchid Affair reminded me of why I didn t want this book to end The story is an excellent well rounded historical There s lots of adventure and mystery great characters and a lot of sweet romanceThe book started a little slow for me there wasn t a lot of action at the start But I felt the story picked up as soon as Andre and Laura ran into the boisterous painter Daubier I feel like that s when the secrets really started to come out in the openAt first I couldn t tell if Emma s relationship with Andre was going to lead to romance or Sweet Alien (Reestrian Mates, not but once it did I was on the edge of my set for the rest of the book Their love had it all secrets jealousies insecurities and always and foremost respect and friendship TI loved that they were a little older and wiser than romance heroes and heroines Detective Wanda Wolfe normal are That made their love so much deeper and real Andre was so strong and such an honorable character I loved that his uiet strengths were so much different than a typical hero I also loved that Andre had eye glasses and that he was always actually wearing them It wasn t a detail that got lost in the story it was very much a part of his characterI really liked the secondary characters they made the story come alive The two children were so cute and seem so real They weren t used just for laughs Daubier was a lovable bachelor Uncle type of character and I m Riverside. Sen w wysokiej rozdzielczości not going to lie De Barry was hotThe mystery was very well plotted and had me guessing the whole time I was often shocked at the twists and turns in the story I loved trying to decipher the messages form the Pink CarnationI wasn t totally a fan of the present day part of the story I see it as a way to tie the series together but I felt lit took me out of the real story sometimes At one particularly exciting point I was so upset to turn the page and see the modern characters It was like the dreaded to be continued at the end of your favorite tv showThis book perfectly balances a sweet and tender romance with an adventurous historical mystery I can t wait to read the books that I ve missed in this wonderful seriessent by publisher in exchange for honest reviewreviewed for

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Laura Grey a veteran governess joins the Selwick Spy School expecting to find elaborate disguises and thrilling exploits in service to the spy known as the Pink Carnation She hardly expects her first assignment to be serving as governess for the children of Andre Jaouen right hand man to Bonaparte's minister of police Jaouen and his arch rival Gaston Delaroche are investigating a susp I m glad to see Willig getting back to a espionage heavy plot I thought the political intrigue here was one of her best she notes at the end that it is based on real events and characters and I think that approach worked well for her