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This book is the third book is the series of The Parasol Protectorate by Gail Tarabotti. Although the plot is rather inventive and humorous, I find at many times the details quite boring and skimming a necessity. The characters, though interesting on the surface, are very weak and rather undeveloped. Dispite my many dislikes of material in the book, I found the book a simple, fun read, and would recommend it only if one is not looking for a particularly good book, just something fun to take one’s mind off troubles of life.
posted Oct 5, 2011 at 11:43AM
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Married to Conall; does not have a soul; husband accues her of infiedlity; fled England to Italy in search of the mysterious Templars; determined to prove the legitimacy of her unborn child.
Brash; loud; Alexi's husband; accused Alexi of infidelity after he discovered she was pregnant.