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#1 Carole


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Posted 26 September 2007 - 01:52 PM

She's finally updated the Cynster family tree with all the kids, on her website.

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Also, it's mentioned that the next two books are 'connections', not Cynsters--Barnaby, Gerard's friend and then Phyllida's brother but that there are five "Cynster maidens" so I assume she'll go back and do their books after that.

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Posted 23 October 2007 - 10:14 PM

Its probably just me, but I don't feel like Barnaby has become a large enough character in the series to deserve his own novel just yet. Reggie only got a novella, and I would have been perfectly happy if that's all Barnaby got. To be perfectly honest, I'm getting slightly tired of the series anyway since so many of the books follow the exact same path. Don't get me wrong, the original six were fabulous and I was actually a little upset when they ended, but the sequels haven't turned out all that well IMO. I think so far I've only liked Michael and Dillon's stories. Maybe I'm being too critical.
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#3 Tee1025



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Posted 26 October 2007 - 07:03 PM

LOL, goodness that is a convoluted family tree isn't it :D