Midsummer s Eve Annora Cadorson lived in Cornwell on the Eversleigh estate right next to Rolf Hanson Even after she sees him lead villagers in tormenting a suspected witch she is still attracted to him Then on a tri

  • Title: Midsummer's Eve
  • Author: Philippa Carr
  • ISBN: 9780449212042
  • Page: 495
  • Format: School & Library Binding
  • Annora Cadorson lived in Cornwell on the Eversleigh estate right next to Rolf Hanson Even after she sees him lead villagers in tormenting a suspected witch, she is still attracted to him Then on a trip to Australia, Annora loses her father in an accident, and her heart to a former convict But Rolf takes her back to Eversleigh to protect her estate from plunder.

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    One thought on “Midsummer's Eve”

    1. I think this is my favorite one so far. It is clearly inspired by Nathaniel Hawthorne's short story "Young Goodman Brown." I love how Annora struggles with trust just as Brown did.

    2. Part of a series of mother to daughter generations stories telling the history of England from Henry VIII to WW II. Fabulous to read them all in order. Each one is a gem; each is surprising and well written. love this series!

    3. An ok readThe heroine Annora is very passive. Events happen to her and he has no back bone to fight back.The "big misunderstanding" that keeps her from trusting the hero is rather weak.

    4. Not my favorite of the series due to the lack of an exciting male hero. Carr's male characters are typically very strong.

    5. I do not pick this one up as often as others in my keeping, but i do enjoy the love story, though tragedy is hard to take. I suffered right along with her and then I could have kicked her in the end.

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