Bluebeards Bride

Bluebeards Bride❰Ebook❯ ➠ Bluebeards Bride Author Kathryn Cottam – When sisters Margaret and Rosie Jaye receive word of their sister Helen’s death they journey to the isolated Blueford Manor Seemingly cast in an eternal twilight the estate proves to be full of myst When sisters Margaret and Rosie Jaye receive word of their sister Helen’s death they journey to the isolated Blueford Manor Seemingly cast in an eternal twilight the estate proves to be full of mysteries their niece’s inexplicable illness housemaids who never stay longer than a season and a thriving bat colony As Rosie and Margaret unravel the web of lies surrounding Helen’s death the sisters become entangled in life at Blueford Manor So much so that Rosie decides to stay—forever Unsettled by Rosie’s decision Margaret suspects Helen’s widower the formidable Captain Ford of influencing her sister But Margaret’s uest for answers is thwarted when Rosie suddenly disappears within the walls of Blueford Manor As Margaret sets out to unlock the truth she makes another startling discovery Adept with a needle and thread Margaret possesses a dark and unnatural power of her own Now Margaret must solve her sister’s disappearance and the unanswered uestions of Helen’s death before Rosie too is counted among the dead. This is the kind of story that you know is going to be scary and you try to put it down but you can't Was I the only clueless person who didn't think it had anything to do with vampires despite all of the bats fluttering around?this was a very imaginative story and one you can't get out of your mind the ending was ambiguous but it was happy in a way I really liked the main characters Meg or Magpie and her determination to find the truth The loyalty between the sisters was also amazing My favorite scene was when Rosie finally appeared to Meg It was a reunion despite the freakiness surrounding it I really enjoyed Bluebeard’s Bride which is an exciting and creepy Gothic romance Margaret can’t believe her sister has died But when she goes to Blueford Manor with her sister Rosie this is the least of the mystery Rosie decides to stay in the bleak manor house to take care of their sickly niece alongside her father Jonathan Ford When Rosie doesn’t return as planned instead summoning Margaret back to the manor to craft her wedding dress Margaret becomes increasingly concerned But at Blueford the mysteries just deepen further and further until at least she uncovers a truth she would never have believed possible BlueBeard’s Bride is dark and mysterious with many twisting paths to make the reader wonder It skilfully echoes the Gothic fiction of the past whilst catering to modern reading tastes I would definitely recommend this to anyone looking for a dark and creepy read Two sisters travel from London to North Yorkshire after receiving a letter from their brother in law that their older sister Helen has died Margaret and Rosie Jaye reach Blueford Manor and find mystery and things that need further explanation but Captain Ford is not talking Their young niece Lucy walks around swathed in a large black hat and veil grieving the loss of her mother As the sisters try to figure out what exactly happened they discover that all is not what it seems Darkly Gothic seductive deliciously macabre with a touch of romance and sadness this story takes you on a suspense filled journey that is reminiscent of the old black and white horror movies on Saturday afternoons I loved when growing up Bluebeard's Bride lures you in to an atmospheric tale weaves its literary magic then takes hold like the Scottish Moors Before you know it you're caught in a web of mystery lost in romance and intrigue The sisters Margaret and Rosie are rich and delightful The world of Blueford Manor rivals the rich landscapes of the Bronte sisters And the strange happenings that occur around Captain Ford will mark you forever This retelling of Bluebeard is a must read for fans of mystery or gothic fiction A dark original twist on the story of Bluebeard and his missing wives Bluebeard’s Bride spins an intriguing tale of deceit the supernatural and secrets Read full review in the 2015 March issue of InD’tale Magazine

Bluebeards Bride ePUB ¿ Paperback
  • Paperback
  • 280 pages
  • Bluebeards Bride
  • Kathryn Cottam
  • 07 June 2016
  • 9780992102043