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The Devil on Horseback: 09/01/06
The Devil on Horseback is a prime example of Evans was trying to avoid in The Locket. The protagonist, Minelle, stupidly follows a lecherous comte from England to France and of course falls in love with him. Yuck! He's not much better than a child molester when he first meets her. I only kept reading it for the B plot involving the comte's daughter and her growth to adulthood. She was a more interesting character in that she actually acted on her impulses and tried to take control of her life rather than waffling over big decisions.
Here is my BookCrossing review:
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