Unlocked by Courtney Milan


byCourtney Milan

Kobo ebook | July 16, 2012

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From New York Times bestselling author Courtney Milan...

A perpetual wallflower destined for spinsterhood, Lady Elaine Warren is resigned to her position in society. So when Evan Carlton, the powerful, popular Earl of Westfeld, singles her out upon his return to England, she knows what it means. Her former tormenter is up to his old tricks, and she's his intended victim. This time, though, the earl is going to discover that wallflowers can fight back.

Evan has come to regret his cruel, callow past. At first, he only wants to make up for past wrongs. But when Elaine throws his initial apology in his face, he finds himself wanting more. And this time, what torments him might be love...

Unlocked is a novella of 28,000 words (about 111 pages).

Title:UnlockedFormat:Kobo ebookPublished:July 16, 2012Publisher:Courtney MilanLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:1937248003

ISBN - 13:9781937248000

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Rated 5 out of 5 by from Really good Amazing, as expected from Ms. Milan. I had my doubts on whether I would be able to fully forgive Evan, but Milan managed to write such an emotional story with believable, and flawed characters. There were a lot of issues that had to be dealt with and I wasn't sure whether the author would've been able to wrap everything together. Milan's writing is effortless and she beautifully wrapped everything with a pretty red bow. Evan more than redeemed himself, and I ended up loving him. His character growth was emphasized and written really well. The trouble with which Elaine had to struggle with her insecurities, even after she'd forged a friendship with Evan, was realistic and very well done. It provided Elaine to fully get out of her shell and grow as a character. Needless to say that I loved both Elaine and Evan. The scene where Elaine walks into the ballroom wearing a red gown was perfect. The inclusion of Elaine's mother and the confession from Diana made the story even better. I was pleasantly surprised to see how a short story managed to deal with all the issues the story presented, all the while being able to satisfy my wants.
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