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Ia as well as their maid and dear friend Prudence navigate the uncertain social and political climate of WWI era England in the dramatic conclusion to the sweeping saga about the women of Summerset Vividly evoking both ti. This book started weakly and read a lot like Downton Abbey fan fiction There s an awkward attempt at seduction scene that I skipped right through It was very strange and oddly placed but it made sense for the character at that time At first I thought I knew where the story was headed but halfway through it took a different turn and I was pleasantly surprised I found myself NOT wanting the book to end the way I originally envisioned it I liked the way it turned out It was bittersweet but nicely done and I think realistic The plot wraps up very uickly but not very neatly There are still some loose ends such as the fact that the story ends in the middle of the war I also wanted of Elaine s story She hints at things and claims she s never going to marry but never explains why She tries hard to please her mother without success but doesn t follow her cousins leads and forge a path for herself She deserved a plot of her own because I found her interesting than Rowena and Prudence I liked the way the characters developed in this novel At first I hated Rowena and wanted to slap her but once she has her awakening she gets better Prudence continued to annoy me I wish she had just talked with Andrew instead of worrying and fretting She tried too hard to please him and I felt like she wasn t doing herself justice I wanted to see her awaken a bit since the plot is called Spring Awakening Instead she continues on the same as always Victoria s journey is the most interesting to me There are obvious similarities to Downton Abbey but yet there are differences In the beginning of the novel she was naive and immature and I had mixed feelings about her I liked her and found her innocence refreshing yet she still seemed like a little girl playing grown up She comes of age during a difficult time and rises to the occasion admirably I liked the way she met her challenges and faced whatever was to come I did not like how she dealt with her romantic problems at first but it was all part of her character growth There are some gory hospital scenes and the aforementioned awkward scene plus hints at what Prudence and Andrew do behind closed doors I still wouldn t hesitate to give this novel to an older teen Adults may find it a bit too cliched in spots and not fully fleshed out enough Still it was the best of the trilogy and I liked it well enough to give it 3 12 4 stars Milk And Honey headed but Centerburg Tales: More Adventures of Homer Price halfway through it took a different turn and I was pleasantly surprised I found myself NOT wanting the book to end the way I originally envisioned it I liked the way it turned out It was bittersweet but nicely done and I think realistic The plot wraps up very uickly but not very neatly There are still some loose ends such as the fact that the story ends in the middle of the war I also wanted of Elaine s story She The Substitute Bride hints at things and claims she s never going to marry but never explains why She tries The English 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Disease her awaken a bit since the plot is called Spring Awakening Instead she continues on the same as always Victoria s journey is the most interesting to me There are obvious similarities to Downton Abbey but yet there are differences In the beginning of the novel she was naive and immature and I Paul The Apostle had mixed feelings about Maisy At the Beach Sticker Book her I liked Whore ified at Horror Beach HallowKreme 2018 Book 15 her and found Decoding Roulette her innocence refreshing yet she still seemed like a little girl playing grown up She comes of age during a difficult time and rises to the occasion admirably I liked the way she met Its Not about You Mr. Santa Claus her challenges and faced whatever was to come I did not like Mr Greedy Mr Men and Little Miss how she dealt with A Daddy for Valentines her romantic problems at first but it was all part of Nightswimming her character growth There are some gory Pinned hints at what Prudence and Andrew do behind closed doors I still wouldn t Sooner or Later You Wont Resist Me (Sooner Or Later, hesitate to give this novel to an older teen Adults may find it a bit too cliched in spots and not fully fleshed out enough Still it was the best of the trilogy and I liked it well enough to give it 3 12 4 stars

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Me and place with authentic dialogue and richly detailed settings this beautifully written novel explores the conflict between tradition and modernity as these women struggle to determine what to expect from their futures. After finishing Spring Awakening last night I woke up thinking about reading the resolution again I suppose that means I really liked the book but if I m honest I m not sure how realistic the resolution wasCould Victoria have stumbled upon Andrew on the front Could Rowena have flown over the Channel just when Jonathon needed her to I m not sureI do agree that hard times force us to face what we ve been ignoring so choosing to have Andrew come to his senses while Prudence and baby were on their potential deathbed struck me as truth And having Victoria eavesdrop on Andrew and Pru s conversation was a great way to include Pru s resolution in Victoria s chapter Way to write TJ Brown The choices Rowena and Prudence made about love and forgiveness seem spot on as does Victoria s eventual understanding of her own heartNo I didn t shed any tears when I finished this trilogy but I did enjoy being there as these three girls evolved into women Thanks Gabby for the series recommendation Mao Zedong honest I m not sure The Monarchs Are Missing how realistic the resolution wasCould Victoria Chocolate Candy Always Melts In The Sun Poems AboutLove betrayal anger struggle and understanding have flown over the Channel just when Jonathon needed Love is Blind her to I m not sureI do agree that Straight To Sleep Gay Somnophilia hard times force us to face what we ve been ignoring so choosing to Sea Witch Rising Sea Witch have Andrew come to Catching Fire having Victoria eavesdrop on Andrew and Pru s conversation was a great way to include Pru s resolution in Victoria s chapter Way to write TJ Brown The choices Rowena and Prudence made about love and forgiveness seem spot on as does Victoria s eventual understanding of The Wiley Handbook of Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, 2 Volume Set (Wiley Clinical Psychology Handbooks) her own The Apple Bandit (Nancy Drew: Notebooks, heartNo I didn t shed any tears when I finished this trilogy but I did enjoy being there as these three girls evolved into women Thanks Gabby for the series recommendation

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The thrilling conclusion to the evocative Summerset Abbey series featuring two sisters and their maid as they navigate an uncertain world in the midst of World War IAristocratic and free spirited sisters Rowena and Victor. This was a good conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy While I wouldn t call it a page turner it was a light and easy read I was afraid that Brown would take the cliched route and have the three sisters end up with their first loves but refreshingly that was not the case I was inwardly wincing when World War I conveniently started and there would be an easy out to take Prudence s sweet but not passionate husband out of the picture and get her back together with Sebastian Even I was dreading Rowena getting back together with John who had acted in an awful and incredibly cowardly fashion in the second book It was a pleasant surprise when all three main characters ended up married and happy but not necessarily with the person the reader would have assumed Major props to TJ Brown for that That being said I was a bit disappointed in the ending I wish there had been an epilogue because I would have liked to see how Victoria and Rowena s lives turned out after they had been married for a bit and I was wondering where everyone would find themselves after the war ended Would Rowena find some other sort of pilot job Would Victoria continue volunteering at the hospital Had Prudence s life improved at all Did all the men survive the war It would have been nice to have closureMy biggest frustration with the book however and what really held me back from giving it 5 stars was the lack of resolution to Elaine s story All throughout the trilogy she is constantly seeking her mother s approval and instead being pushed away in favor of her older brother the favorite child She seems to have no marriage prospects as she does not have a beau at any point in the books When everyone is helping with the war effort she stays at home lamenting how useless she is She appears to be perpetually on the brink of depression and I was hoping that someone would help her out of it but there was no real ending to her story the last time we see her she is still at Summerset Abbey living out a dull and lonely existence My first reaction at the end of the novel was What about Elaine Where s her happy ending Apparently this was not at the top of Brown s priority listAgain overall I found the book to be well written and unpredictable definitely a worthwhile read


10 thoughts on “Spring Awakening Summerset Abbey #3

  1. says:

    This was a good conclusion to an enjoyable trilogy While I wouldn't call it a page turner it was a light and easy read I was afraid that Brown w

  2. says:

    Yet again I joined my three Summerset girls PruPru Vicky RoRo as I just now decided to name them it's late I'm than tired and I've written over ten reviews so forgive me on their final adventuresAnd guess what this was so enjoyable and entertainingI was really immersed into these pages and tales of how WW I impacts life and livestyles of poor and rich alikeKudos to TJ Brown what a great conclusion to the seriesThe characters re

  3. says:

    I liked how the author does not subscribe to the one Soul mate theory of love The characters in the trilogy make decisions based upon uestions like Who will stand by me? Who is loyal and steady? not just who makes the fireworks go off first

  4. says:

    Two second recap Spring Awakening is everything a person could want in the conclusion to a trilogy it’s beautifully written expertly plotted and completely immerses readers back in the world of Summerset Abbey for the final journey of Rowena Prudence and Victoria Full review Back in January I was experiencing a bit of a

  5. says:

    This book started weakly and read a lot like Downton Abbey fan fiction There's an awkward attempt at seduction scene that I skipped right through It was very strange and oddly placed but it made sense for the character at that time At first I thought I knew where the story was headed but halfway through it took a different turn and I was pleasantly surprised I found myself NOT wanting the book to end the way I origina

  6. says:

    This is one conclusion to a trilogy that certainly did not disappoint I think when an author talks about how much their characters mean to them how devoted to the story they are in their author's note the reader can be assured of a passionately written story not something that was just thrown together in order

  7. says:

    After finishing Spring Awakening last night I woke up thinking about reading the resolution again I suppose that m

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    Book 3 in the Summerset Abbey trilogy It continues where book 2 left off Should not be read as a standalone book without reading the first two The book jacket said For lovers of Downton AbbeyThis is NOT Downton Abbey not even close But it is a light uick and enjoyable read I finished the three book trilogy in a matter of days This is the story of three sisters Rowena Prudence Victoria raised in England during the Edwardian Perio

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    You know those books that you hate to leave the characters when the book has come to an end? This was one of those books for me I have enjoyed following Rowena Victoria and Prudence through their trials and tribulations Each of them have strengths and faults that they discover then must learn how to deal with them I am overjoyed that everything worked out with each girl It shows that even though things don't always go as

  10. says:

    This series has been amazing The characters are strong and uniue their lives interesting and full of challenges I was completely wrong in thinking that this book was a formulaic historical romance Three women each gets a book and her happily ever after right? No And it was all the better for it

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