Everything I Ever Wanted

Everything I Ever Wanted The toast of Drury Lane actress India Parr has claimed the attention of London s most impressive gentlemen including the Prince Regent himself with her talent and poise Though her heart hasn t been w

  • Title: Everything I Ever Wanted
  • Author: Jo Goodman
  • ISBN: 9780821768686
  • Page: 326
  • Format: Paperback
  • The toast of Drury Lane, actress India Parr has claimed the attention of London s most impressive gentlemen including the Prince Regent himself with her talent and poise Though her heart hasn t been won, she is intrigued by the devilishly handsome Earl of Southerton yet equally determined to keep him from the dark, deadly secret that shadows her private life.

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    1. O___O Such a dark book, it was. And it left me speechless. (warning: nsfw picture below kinda).(view spoiler)[When I've read the part in which India shows Matthew (South) her tattooed body, it reminded me of a manhwa called "Antique Romance":Sickly similar, although the painting/pattern it's different. (hide spoiler)]I did like South and India, a bit, but this book was too dark for me to like it.["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>["br"]>

    2. well this was a fun chase! Okay, maybe not so much fun as interesting and a streak of perversion that had me sitting back and saying "ew! kick his a$$!" All I can say is, "Please, ma'am! Can I have more?"

    3. I liked this one quite a bit better than the previous book. (And I liked the villain's secret identity - I certainly never saw it coming!)

    4. India Parr is one of London's foremost actresses. Matthew Forrester, Viscount Southerton, also known as South, is trying to find the murderer of one his spy colleagues. When their paths cross, South discovers that there is much more to India than anyone can imagine.As with the first one in the series, there are some very intense and unexpected twists & turns that had me still reading at 2am!

    5. This is a very long read. By the time I read the last page I had lost all sense of the H/H. The supporting characters seemed to dominate the story. The story is complicated with a lot of twists and turns. If you think you have the whole story as you read, you find out in the end you never did. I found myself skip reading the background parts that I had read in the first book. Some of the story could have been deleted to make it a more enjoyable read. Recommend

    6. Characters Plot DescriptionsAll so well developed and connected. Weaving the stories together without making one book depend on the previous is an amazing talent.

    7. There are a lot of things I don't like. Gravy, Breaking Bad, the current Pemberly Digital mini-series, Sanditon. And there are a number if things I also don't like in books.Like insta-romance, stupid heroines, and pathetically simple plots that revolve around the conundrum of getting a regency heroine into the regency roguish here's bed,I get that the regency era was a bit more free than its Victorian successor, but the novels in Goodman's Compass Club series are just too much. Granted it is rom [...]

    8. Everything I Ever Wanted is the second book in Jo Goodman's Compass Club quartet. It features The Earl of Southerton, Matthew Forester as he investigates the actress India Parr and her ties to several men who have recently been murdered. South must determine if she had anything to do with these murders. The more he gets to know India, the more he realizes mystery surrounds her and that she is in great danger. India refuses his help and therefore South takes matters into his own hands by kidnappi [...]

    9. Jo Goodman has written a fine tuned novel but gets bogged down by the angst of the heroine and the dark storyline. There are so many secrets and hidden agendas going on, that the reader truly doesn't understand everything till the last chapter. Goodman writes elegantly but the story is so dark that there doesn't look to be a happy ending for our two main characters. Even then, their relationship is still questionable. India, the heroine, is an actress on the London stage and the latest toast of [...]

    10. Everything I Ever Wanted, Jo Goodman - This is the second in the Compass Club series, and features a standby Goodman theme of the abused heroine in need of rescue. India Parr, the heroine/actress, is menaced by a truly creepy figure, and she does know she's in danger. She feels strongly however that she can manage her situation and so she refuses help from the hero of the novel, who is, unbeknownst to her, an agent of the state set up spying on her to flush out a killer. The murders of India's " [...]

    11. This is book 2 in the series but I read them out of order and this was the last one I got to and actually the one i enjoyed most. The Earl of Southerton aka South is on a mission to investigate and potentially protect India Parr the current toast of Drury Lane. I am not normally keen on romances with class difference or actresses etc but I really liked this. As per usual with Jo Goodman, the heroine is suffering under an initially undisclosed menace. South finds that she is not remotely what he [...]

    12. Really enjoyed the story as both South Matthew and India Diana are very likeable characters. Initially the plot could be confusing yet as the story unfolds it got more engaging and intriguing. The plot twist or when the truth comes out at the end I was taken by surprise. After reading so many historical romances the plots somehow get similar after a time so to surprise me is quite something. I git this book from a bargain corner in the book shop and since it's book 2 of a quartet I HAVE to find [...]

    13. I loved this book - 5 stars - in print, but the unabridged audio version with narrator Jenny Sterlin is DREADFUL and I DNFed less than 2 hours in after learning from others that heroine India Parr's voice continues to sound as though she might expire from consumption or ennui before the book is over. The first book in the series is read by the very good, very-proper-British-speaking Virginia Leishman, and it's a joy, but stay away from the overly-bored, annoyingly-snide voice of Sterlin because [...]

    14. Excellent. South is so wonderful in the way he supports India's efforts to stand on her own and get away from the evilness that follows her. The villain is completely creepy and his madness is horrifying. The friends are wonderful - I can't wait to read the rest of the books. The prologue of this book sets up their friendship so well.

    15. 3.5/5. Still wonderfully written but unfortunately the romance was secondary to the dark and fascinating thriller detailing the heroine's backstory. Lovely dialogue and humorous interactions between the nice-guy gentlemen members of the Compass Club.

    16. This was only my second romance novel, so still not sure how it fits into the genre as a whole. The beginning was a little hard to get into, but once I was in, I was hooked. The mystery aspect of the plot was a pleasant surprise.

    17. This is another scary yet interesting book. While book 3 deals with sex slaves this one deals with a dark kind of obsession. An obsession of a man with his own flesh. A love and sexual desire beyond imaginable.

    18. I really loved this one. I've read the first three of The Compass Club this is my favorite so far. Going to start book four soon can't wait. This is one of the best Regency series I've read.

    19. I had a hard time with the heroine in this book. I never felt like I really understood where she was coming from. Still, it was good to read on a really, really raining day.

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