The Wild Hunt

The Wild Hunt[KINDLE] ✽ The Wild Hunt ❁ Jill Tattersall – Jobs-in-kingston.co.uk Young Chantal Fabian is whisked away from her comfortable life by the handsome but sinister Lord Mortmain and made to serve as governess in his gloomy castle Shadowy figures and the evidence of unfath Young Chantal Fabian is whisked away from her comfortable life by the The Wild PDF/EPUB ² handsome but sinister Lord Mortmain and made to serve as governess in his gloomy castle Shadowy figures and the evidence of unfathomable danger trouble the girl and it becomes obvious that someone or something is after Chantal as the ancient ritual of The Wild Hunt unfolds. jill tattersall writes amazing gothic suspense novels there is no doubt about thatbut this is the second one i have read now that I found to be just way too confusing There are so many intricately detailed plots on top of subplots woven in and out of the fabric of the story not to mention the ginormous cast of charactersso many that you have to keep straight each one with their own set of background stories including names of people and thus subplotsall contributing to the overall incredulous and overly complex plotline of the storytruthfully when once I had finally reached the grand climax of the thing i hardly cared any I much prefer Dark at Noon and even Lady Ingram's room to the Wild Hunt if you are so inclinedI think they do ms tattersall much credit With this messy novel Jill Tattersall began her fascination with witchcraft subplots as Chantal Fabian takes a position as governess at a mysterious manor in the English countryside But what a jumble there are just too many things going on for the reader's comfort and the heroine herself is beyond annoying Gothic heroines in general often have a certain naïveté but in Chantal's case the reader could be forgiven for rooting against her The novel is worth reading as a spectacular misfire in the genre too well written to be awful; too strange to be good Pretty dull even for Gothic suspense Suspense? Nope None Hoping for a big Wild Hunt scene at the end just couldn't bring myself to finish it But OH that gorgeous cover of the hardback edition One boring book to read I didn't finish reading the book at all Every few pages I was falling asleep 😴 I thought this book would as my fourth gothic romance in a row blend with the others into obscurity but I was pleased to find that it stands out among those of its genre The characters were clever and amusing the heroine especially and the hero was as dark satanic and attractive as I could hope The witchcraft makes the plot a little different and intriguing and the Wild Hunt is very cool The romance is great not explicit but there are some small but satisfying hints of sex at the end and some great UST moments scattered throughout This book is one of the best gothics I've read so far First novel I read by Jill Tattersall and it made me want to read all her books Love her style of writing She inspired me to look at other Gothic Romance novels such as Victoria Holt I'll admit I suspected the identity of Morimain but I still was waiting till the very end to understand the full mystery of the Wild Hunt Excellent read only wish she wrote novels

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  • Hardcover
  • 243 pages
  • The Wild Hunt
  • Jill Tattersall
  • English
  • 01 May 2016
  • 9780688002275