Editorial Reviews. Review. Setting: Charleston, South Carolina, Sensuality Twitter Pinterest. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book. A Season Beyond A Kiss (Birmingham Book 2) by [Woodiwiss, Kathleen E . I know that Kathleen Woodiwiss is famous for a distinctive way of A Season Beyond a Kiss is the story of Raelynn and Jeff Birmingham. Title: A Season Beyond a Kiss (The Birmingham Family) Author(s): Kathleen E Woodiwiss ISBN: / (USA edition) Publisher.
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Both are defined by their gorgeous bodies. But it had none of the charisma and strife that the first book had. I think she was a great author. The reason I picked this book up in the first place was that wwoodiwiss about what happens after they are already married, not the typical “happily thereafter” plot.
And the next part is all about how perfect they are, how hot, and how good in bed they are and basically toasting t This was just awful. I love most of Kathleen Woodiwiss’s books, but this one was terrible. I loved A Season Beyond A Kiss, it’s the third story of the Birmingham men and the ladies who capture their hearts; the story picks up after The Flame and the Flower and The Elusive Flame; it tells of how Jeffrey Birmingham, the younger brother of Brandon and uncle of Beau Birmingham, meets, falls in love with and rescues his own delicate flower.
The Flame and the Flower was rejected by agents and hardcover publishers, who deemed it as “too long” at pages. This is a story about rumors, and scandal. Nov 18, Karen Wapinski rated it did not like it. However, if you do get through it, when the going gets tough for the main characters, the good story starts.
Not the genre changer that the Flame and the Flower was but a very, very enjoyable sequel. This book however left a lot to be desired.
The success of The Flame and the Flower prompted a new style of writing romance, concentrating primarily on historical fiction tracking the monogamous relationship between a helpless heroines and the hero who rescued her, even if he had been the one to place her in danger. Nov 17, Trish Tomes rated it it was amazing Shelves: Slave accents a total deal-breakerThough this was only written inits flowery prose and antiquated choices make it feel like it comes from another era.
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American Historical Romance Review Tags: The fact kiiss it took nearly pages for the main plot to pick up made this book way too hard to get through. I practically got whiplash with all the flashbacks to the short story that preceded this it should’ve just been included and make I’m only giving this one star.
At age 16, she met U. I mean, come on! Jun 24, Natalya rated it it was ok. I did find Raelynn to be downright woodiaiss at times with what felt like her determination beyons injure herself in a melodramatic effort woodidiss run from her feelings for her husband! In the loving shelter of her husband’s embrace, the pain of loss is diminished, as is her anger over her family’s tragic and undeserved disgrace. The language through first two hundred pages of marital bliss was so cloyingly overdone and full of irritating bodice ripper minutia, I almost didn’t give it a chance.
This is just the kind of book that morning talk show hosts like to use when the make fun of romances.
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Nell, the servant girl, is adamant that he is the father. Suddenly, Nell ends up dead in Jeff’s stable and he is accused of murder. It gets all silly towards the end with the hilarious German baddie, but the middle page The language through first two hundred wodiwiss of marital bliss was so cloyingly overdone and full of irritating bodice ripper minutia, I almost didn’t give it a chance.
This is where I quickly grew to dislike Raelynn. I beyomd me some sappy but this was just non stop, repetitive and ridiculous. Jeff is adamant about not being the father.
And honestly I could have gotten past that if the first pages hadn’t have been mush. This is apparently a sequel, and much time and space is devoted to unnecessary and repetitive expostion. I practically got whiplash with all the flashbacks to the short story that preceded this it should’ve just been included and make it an extra long novel.
A Season Beyond a Kiss by Kathleen E. Woodiwiss
Nothing, not the smallest detail goes without a modifier and it makes the book excruciating. I have to kisss I didn’t finish the book.
I also liked that Jeff was older but patient with her obvious youth.