A Margin of Promise

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Click here to toggle view. A Margin of Promise contains some explicit content. Cover art by Kimi Owens. Customers who bought this book also purchased The Mercenaries of the Stolen Moon [Ebook]. Lord Seabolt [Ebook]. Edmund still resists. It seems like there is no way for any of these men to find happiness, until the solution presents itself. This book started with a lot of promise.

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I found myself immersed from the beginning. But as the story progressed, it started to fall apart for me. Couple that with an extra storyline that seemed almost to come out of nowhere, and the end of the book left me wanting.

Where the author excels is giving us a perfect glimpse into this Victorian world. The picture she paints with her words is lovely, and the characters are well drawn and wonderfully fleshed out. We get to know Isaac, Edmund, and Gideon incredibly well. Their wants, desires, and motivations are clear, and the characters are wonderfully consistent. The secondary characters add to the plot, especially Patience who was a fantastically drawn character. I loved being along with them as they sort out their troubles, flirt, and romance, and even as they try to navigate the social graces of the ton.

This part worked exceedingly well for me, and I found myself drawn into the story. But as the plot progressed, it was around the three quarters mark that I started getting frustrated with the lack of forward movement. Sep 01, Kathleen rated it liked it Shelves: historical , second-love , royalty-nobility. This was an interesting read.

The writing was quite good and I was very invested in the characters throughout. However, I am left puzzled by much of the plot. In the first half of the book I thought it would be a typical love triangle which I am not a fan of at all. However, as the book progressed, I wondered if I had missed a "threesome" tag somewhere because the author seemed to be creating a perfect set up for the three MCs to find their happiness with each other. However, in the last few p This was an interesting read.

However, in the last few pages view spoiler [the two unexpected - if you go by blurb - MCs get together, leaving the third one out. Nevertheless, the three of them are essentially living together.

Review: A Margin of Promise by Emma Lanner

And then a random side character shows up and claims he wants to start courting the odd man out MC. Overall, I feel lost as to how the MCs ended up where they did. However, the author did create some brilliant ensemble characters - Patience and Riverdale stole the show for me despite the girly parts.

I would definitely read another book by this author but I would hesitate recommending this one. Jun 17, Misty rated it really liked it Shelves: lgbtq-mm , publ , regency. Mar 24, Joyfully Jay rated it really liked it Shelves: kris. A Joyfully Jay review. I found myself immersed from the beginning. But as the story progressed, it started to fall apart for me. Couple that with an extra storyline that seemed almost to come out of nowhere, an A Joyfully Jay review.

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Couple that with an extra storyline that seemed almost to come out of nowhere, and the end of the book left me wanting. Where the author excels is giving us a perfect glimpse into this Victorian world. The picture she paints with her words is lovely, and the characters are well drawn and wonderfully fleshed out. We get to know Isaac, Edmund, and Gideon incredibly well. Their wants, desires, and motivations are clear, and the characters are wonderfully consistent.

The secondary characters add to the plot, especially Patience who was a fantastically drawn character. I loved being along with them as they sort out their troubles, flirt, and romance, and even as they try to navigate the social graces of the ton. This part worked exceedingly well for me, and I found myself drawn into the story. But as the plot progressed, it was around the three quarters mark that I started getting frustrated with the lack of forward movement.

I think this was supposed to intrigue and drive the plot, but I just found myself frustrated at not knowing what was going on. I found myself reading faster, not because I was desperate to see how it all would play out, but because the lack of information made me frustrated and I wanted to know what the heck was going on so I could understand.

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A refreshing and superbly written novel with a great cast of likable characters a few of them unrepentant and hilarious scene stealers. The story was fresh, believable and interesting while staying true to the genre. Also, major points for including a Molly House. Emma Lanner has given us a gay historical roman A refreshing and superbly written novel with a great cast of likable characters a few of them unrepentant and hilarious scene stealers.

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Emma Lanner has given us a gay historical romance worth reading and I'd love to read a sequel. I liked the characters including a great cast of supporting characters and I liked the storyline. However I had a couple of major problems with the book. Firstly, like quite a few of the other reviews, the story was begging for a menage ending or at least a less abrupt ending for the left out 3rd MC.

Secondly the language in the book was written like a classic; lots of word games, knowing looks and no one really every saying what they mean out of society politeness. That along with quite a bit I liked the characters including a great cast of supporting characters and I liked the storyline. That along with quite a bit of self loathing from the MCs meant it wasn't really for me.

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