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Whisper His Name explained Whisper His Name, review Whisper His Name, trailer Whisper His Name, box office Whisper His Name, analysis Whisper His Name, Whisper His Name e4d9 Breaking The Code To Her HeartIndependent And Stubbornly Unmarried, Abbie Vayle Has Always Been A Little Too Smart For Her Own Good But She May Have Gone Too Far When She Starts Her Own Rare Book Business And Accidentally Acquires An Antique Book In Paris With A Mysterious Code Scribbled In The MarginsSomeone Wants The Book Back And Is Willing To Kill To Get It The Only Trouble Is, Abbie No Longer Has The Book It S Locked Away In The Customs House In Dover Now It S A Race Against Time As Abbie Stays One Step Ahead Of Her Pursuers The Last Person She Wants To Confide In Is Her Best Friend, Hugh Templar, Whom She Knows Only As A Formidable Scholar Who Shares Her Passion For Roman AntiquitiesBut As Hugh Keeps Turning Up Where She Least Expects Him, A Few Things Begin To Dawn On HerNot Only Is Hugh Surprisingly In Fact Incredibly Handsome Without His Glasses On, But He S Strangely Professional In How He Handles Her Mysterious EnemiesHugh Is Clearly Not What He Seems And Soon Abbie Realizes That Neither Is Sheas She Discovers What It Means To Love With All Her Heart And Soul

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 386 pages
  • Whisper His Name
  • Elizabeth Thornton
  • English
  • 13 January 2019
  • 9780553574272

About the Author: Elizabeth Thornton

Mary Forrest George, n e Baxter was born and educated in Aberdeen, Scotland, where she taught school for a number of years before establishing her own nursery school, St Swithin Street Nursery School, an institution that is still going strong today.She and her husband then emigrated to Canada with their three young sons She taught kindergarten and Grade One for a number of years in Winnipeg, Man



10 thoughts on “Whisper His Name

  1. says:

    2 5 Estrellas, pero mucho me temo que ste libro ha sido un quiero y no puedo Tiene una trama interesante y bien pensada, y unos personajes que con unas circunstancias mejores o con un romance m s s lido habr an funcionado mucho mejor.En Falsa apariencia tenemos una historia t pica de la Regencia, pero no sas historias de la regencia repletas de duques, condes, presentaciones en sociedad y fiestas en Almack s Aqu tenemos una historia de espionaje, que seg n lees la sinopsis y empiezas el libro promete mucho.Los protagonistas, Abbie y Hugh son gente de buenas familias y con cierta influencia, pero ambos no son lo que se espera de ellos, Abbie es una solterona por decisi n propia al no haber encontrado un hombre que la llene, lo que realmente la gusta es su propio negocio de venta de libros En cambio, Hugh es un erudito, un hombre culto que gusta de desenterrar restos romanos en sus propiedades, y que en su vida m s secreta fue esp a.Cuando empieza el libro Napole n ya est preso en la isla de Elba y todo el mundo parece creer que la guerra ha terminado As es como Abbie y su hermano peque o viajan a Par s y se ven inmersos en un extra o incidente, de repente Abbie es la propietaria de un objeto de valor incalculable que persiguen tanto el servicio secreto franc s, como el brit nico A consecuencia de ello, el hermano menor de Abbie, George, es secuestrado, y Abbie deber devolver dicho objeto a Nemo, el m s peligroso de los esp as franceses.As es como Abbie se ve envuelta en una peligrosa persecuci n, y dividida entre su conciencia y su coraz n, cuando no la quede m s remedio que acudir a su amigo Hugh Templar para que la ayude a rescatar a su hermano, y a que toda sa pesadilla acabe.Bueno, pues con ste argumento tan interesante, se pod a haber hecho una buena historia La pena es que a mi me ha parecido que la trama estaba desaprovechada no s si habr sido por el estilo de la autora, que todo hay que decirlo, no escribe mal, pero si las cosas se desarrollaran de otra manera, con giros m s atractivos o sorprendentes, habr a funcionado mucho mejor.Por otro lado, ha tenido una serie de desatinos que no me han apa ado mucho, por ejemplo, en ning n momento he entendido la relaci n de Abbie y Hugh, cuando empieza el libro te dicen que son amigos, muy buenos amigos, los mejores amigos, y en realidad hace apenas unos meses que se han conocido, y las veces que han coincidido son pocas Cu ndo ha llegado a afianzarse semejante relaci n No se entiende Lo siguiente que no se entiende es su romance, tan amigos son, y tan convencidos est n de querer seguir permaneciendo solteros, y de que el matrimonio no es para ellos, que de buenas a primeras pasan a estar enamorados como si les fuera la vida tampoco se entiende.En cuanto a la trama de espionaje, otro quiero y no puedo Pasan muchas cosas, que no entiendes por ning n parte, hasta he visto erratas con los nombres de algunos personajes y eso me ha hecho la lectura mucho m s confusa, si fulanito ha dicho una cosa y menganito otra, pero me ponen el nombre de otro Qui n es qui n Por sta parte me parece que ha sido error de traducci n En fin, la trama de espionaje habr a sido mucho mejor, de haber tenido un ritmo m s pausado y con una mejor explicaci n en la trama por parte de la autora, pero me ha resultado un barullo muy confuso, a pesar de que en las ltimas p ginas te desvele todo y quede bien.De modo que la lectura no ha sido del todo un desastre, pero reconozco que si la trama de espionaje hubiese estado mejor desarrollada que no pensada , me habr a convencido, lo mismo que la relaci n de los protagonistas, que me ha dicho m s bien poco, porque si no he entendido su amistad, menos su romance lo que me parece una l stima, porque Hugh es del tipo de protagonistas que me gustan, pero le ha faltado chispa para encantarme Falsa apariencia no es el primer libro que leo de Elizabeth Thornton, en el otro caso su otra novela que le tampoco me dijo mucho as que tras dos novelas corrientuchas que no me han encandilado, creo que esta autora no es para m , as que no s si continuar ley ndola.

  2. says:

    Whisper His Name failed to entertain It was such a shame since it had a very promising start Abbie and Hugh were the perfect leads.Or so I thought.It seemed that as the story progressed, Abbie became and frustrating Dear Lord, if the woman just told the truth right at the beginning, it would have saved Hugh a whole lot of trouble I liked her independence at first, but her insistence to do things alone bordered on stupidity already Yes, she had noble intentions for her actions she wanted to protect Hugh but they ended up having the opposite effect In the end, she created problems for him Sigh That was frustrating as hell And oh, not to mention that her actions were very unnatural, given the circumstances I mean, who, in their right mind, would fantasise about a guy after getting attacked After being threatened After learning that their younger brother s life was in danger Who does that And oh, Hugh, how you transformed from such a cutie to an asshole in a heartbeat Ugh Fuck you.The premise was very intriguing It s just sad that it was all very poorly executed.

  3. says:

    Abbie Vayle is threatened Either she produce a book or her brother dies But Abbie doesn t know what book the baddies want When she discovers where the book may be she journeys to retrieve it and encounters her friend, Hugh Templar along the way.It was a good book but Abbie bugged me with the way she lied to Hugh It made no sense why she wasn t honest with him even after she knew he would find out the truth But even though I didn t care for her I did like the story and I liked Hugh for the most part.

  4. says:

    TSTL heroin.Lack of chemistry between H h even though there were quite a good deal of intimate scenes.Mediocre mystery.

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    First things first, don t miss the gorgeous stepback courtesy of Inka Hidden behind spoiler tags to keep the large image off the feeds view spoiler hide spoiler

  6. says:

    3.5 starsI really looked forward to reading this book but I expected it to be better I still thoroughly enjoyed Abbie and Hugh s story though.Abby started out as a great heroine but then quickly turned into an annoying and hypocritical one She was a disappintement to be honest Hugh on the other hand was great I like the silent, scholar guy who turns out to be much than it looks like at first sight Much of the action and romance in the book depended on the hero and heroine especially heroine constantly withholding information from eachother and it quickly got annoying.Despite all it s faults, this is a historical, mystery romance with an engaging plotline and well worth the read in my opinion.

  7. says:

    I actually liked this very much I like a romantic suspense I used to like scary books like Dean Koontz, but I don t really like not being able to sleep at night now This is light suspense and action I wish I knew authors like this one This is a new author for me.

  8. says:

    The heroine is given a book in Paris, after Napoleon s exile to Elba, without knowing it The young woman who gave her the book was a spy and was killed shortly afterward Then the bad guys discover who possesses the book and the story takes off The heroine has returned to England and taken up her friendship with a scholar who has a past she knows nothing about as a spy during Wellington s Peninsular campaign So he is particularly situated to help her when the bad guys demand a book she knows nothing about Hmm, lots of things she s oblivious to But she doesn t dare tell him because her brother has been kidnapped and threatened with death if she does anything but what she is told So, there s lots of deceit and secrets and charging around England It s a terrific, exciting romantic suspense historical romance I liked it.

  9. says:

    WHISPER HIS NAME OkayThornton, Elizabeth 1st in seriesIndependent and stubbornly unmarried, Abbie Vayle has always been a little too smart for her own good But she may have gone too far when she starts her own rare book business and accidentally acquires an antique book in Paris with a mysterious code scribbled in the margins.Someone wants the book back and is willing to kill to get it The only trouble is, Abbie no longer has the book It s locked away in the customs house in Dover Now it s a race against time as Abbie stays one step ahead of her pursuers The last person she wants to confide in is her best friend, Hugh Templar, whom she knows only as a formidable scholar who shares her passion for Roman antiquities.But as Hugh keeps turning up where she least expects him, a few things begin to dawn on her.Not only is Hugh surprisingly in fact incredibly handsome without his glasses on, but he s strangely professional in how he handles her mysterious enemies.Hugh is clearly not what he seems And soon Abbie realizes that neither is sheas she discovers what it means to love with all her heart and soul.Spies, a code book, Napolitian it was only okay.

  10. says:

    I very much enjoyed this book, I have been quite a fan of the author for a number of years The synopsis of this book has been attended to, so my thoughts.I liked the character of Abigail Vayle, strong, fiesty and independent She was determined to live under her own terms in a time that such independence was frowned upon Hugh was the most interesting character A scholar and ex spy for the British but in love with Abby I won t give away any spoilers but he certainly had a major conflict of interest at one stage in the book.This is an historical, mystery romance, sensual than spicy There is an engaging plotline and well worth the read The other aspect that I enjoyed is that the characters were a slightly mature For me a worthwhile read.

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