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READ & DOWNLOAD Ô Come the Night Ó From London's smoke filled gaming clubs to the lavender scented air of the Norfolk countryside this epic romance follows the paths of two colliding destinies The Black Lord is a masked highwayman who terrifies the gentry with his lethal midnight forays Silver St Clair is the only woman brave enough to steal his heE gentry with his lethal midnight forays Silver St Clair is the only woman brave enough to steal his heart. In the 1980s I watched and loved a movie called The Lady and The Highwayman Luc in Christina Skye’s COME THE NIGHT is even adventurous sexier vulnerable emotionally and intuitive The romantic tension sizzles between Silver St Clair and the unforgettable highwayman that she encounters near her family’s lavender farm that she struggles to save You can almost smell the scent of lavender and roses along with true love in the air in COME THE NIGHT I enjoyed all of Ms Skye’s “The Delameres” series but COME THE NIGHT is my all time favoriteA handsome highwayman who beneath his dark mask happens to belong to one of the wealthiest families in England weaves a delightfully spicy romance If Silver can convince Luc to let go of his past emotional scars a rare love to last a lifetime will become hers That is if they can survive the deadly traps enemies set for each of them along the path to love’s wildest desiresCOME THE NIGHT is a beautifully written historical romance Please come back with Delamere family books Ms Skye We readers will take all the heroes we can get if they’re like Luc

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From London's smoke filled gaming clubs to the lavender scented air of the Norfolk countryside this epic r. Like a lot of people I read romance novels to escape They are not complicated and they are fast and easy I can finish a book in less than 3 days even if I'm busy This was the first book by Christina Skye that I've read and while I didn't think it was all that fabulous by itself it was entertaining and promising enough that it certainly won't be my last The hero is introduced as a highwayman although it's evident from very early on that he might actually be a real English gentleman because his voice is very cultured and he has knowledge of things that a typical highwayman would have no reason to know The heroine is 21 Her father mother and oldest sister are all dead and somewhat mysteriously so so she is taking care of her 12 year old brother and running the family business a lavender farm until the younger brother reaches the age of majority and is able to take over the farm for himself Before I get completely carried away I have to share the names of the hero and heroine The names of romance novel characters are usually hilarious and this book is no different Her name is Susannah St Clair but her nickname is Silver because she has a silver streak in her hair The hero's name is Lucien Reede Tiberius Fitzgerald Delamere but the people who know his real name call him Luc A little over the top Absolutely And I love it In the first third of the novel the author is throwing out random hints in what I felt was a very poorly executed manner and I was frustrated about the fact that she was being so secretive and random in her descriptions of the characters' pasts For example the father might have been murdered but it was staged to be a suicide and the mother was probably murdered but nobody can prove it and the dead sister's husband is a sex slave trafficker who wants to auction off the heroine and mean men keep showing up at the lavender farm to burn the bushes and smash the vials of perfume essence and the hero has pet ferrets HUH who help him rob coaches and he seems to be a traitor to his country but you're never entirely sure because the sentences are even weirder and awkward than the one you are currently reading And of course while all this is going on you have the dialogue that occurs between the hero and heroine which starts out as normal romance novel tripe but uickly becomes a teeth grinding lesson in repetitious futility that goes something like Him I'm a dangerous man Her Hehehehe what Him I said I was dangerous Sunbeam which is his nickname for her even though every other character in the book calls her Silver Her OMG whatever No you aren't I'm lively and spirited and I single handedly run a successful lavender farm But you should totally help me scare away the bad guys who keep trying to burn my precious lavender bushes Let's booby trap the lavender farm Him You are innocent I can't help you with your problems at the lavender farm I would only hurt you Her Hehehehehe what Him growls I need to go NOW Her Are you talking about manly passions OMG I know all about manly passions DON'T GO Him I'll show YOU manly passions Intermission of KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS KISS Him I told you I was dangerous Her You go away now I can take care of the lavender farm by myself I don't need your help And on and on and on ad nauseum Eventually things liven up a bit once the author finally reveals the dark past of the hero and how he was kidnapped victimized and forced into slavery in Algiers for five years and the dialogue between the two of them becomes less of an issue and the plot starts moving forward in a way that finally begins to make sense And then eventually you realize that the bad men who want to destroy the lavender farm are related to the men who victimized the hero and the book ends with a hugely wonderful and unrealistic coincidence and OMG the end So to summarize The Good Chemistry Yup these two have got it The Bad The plot in the beginning of the book was almost as coordinated as a dog wearing ice skates and it took me awhile to get into the story The Creepy Silver's Dad's Journal AHHH The father knows that there are people who want to murder him so he is writing all his secrets in code in case it falls into the wrong hands for Silver to find and solve one day She finds the journal fairly early on in the book Throughout the novel bits and pieces of the text of the journal are shared with the reader In one particularly creepy entry he writes I called your mother Silver; too did you know that Susannah There was a reason for it but it was our secret It may hold true for you as well but I cannot know that Someday you will discover it if your heart is given to a man who loves you I pray that it will be so As soon as I read that I was like OHHHHH NOOOOO THAT SOUNDED LIKE IT WAS ABOUT SEX PLEASE TELL ME THAT WAS NOT ABOUT SEX FATHER'S SHOULD NOT WRITE CREEPY JOURNAL ENTRIES TO THEIR DAUGHTERS ABOUT THEIR SEX LIVES Sometime during the final third of the book Luc and Silver finally get it on under a tree in the lavender field and the author comments on the fact that at the exact moment of her passion Silver's eyes flash completely silver and that the phenomenon described in her father's journal entry turned out to be true for her too I was like oooohhhhh groooosss YUCK HAHAHAHAHA EW It made me think of creepy not human elf eyes Or that shiny stuff on roast beef sometimes that flashes if you twist it in the right direction


Come the NightOmance follows the paths of two colliding destinies The Black Lord is a masked highwayman who terrifies th. There's a highwayman in your neighborhoodWhaddya gonna call himLord BlackwoodWhen your brother in law is a no good doucheWho you gonna callLord BlackwoodYour brother is threatened and your crops are burnedWho you gonna callLord BlackwoodI ain't 'fraid of no highwaymanI ain't 'fraid of no highwaymanAn assortment of villains who have absolutely no problem stopping and explaining everything in detailWho they tryin' to killLord BlackwoodIf you need two ferrets to save your lifeWho you gonna callBeastmasterer I meanLord BlackwoodVengeance makes me feel good