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The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh (Cynster Sisters Duo) epub

by Stephanie Laurens


The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh (Cynster Sisters Duo) epub

ISBN: 0062068652

ISBN13: 978-0062068651

Author: Stephanie Laurens

Category: Literature and Fiction

Subcategory: Genre Fiction

Language: English

Publisher: Avon (June 25, 2013)

ePUB book: 1617 kb

FB2 book: 1329 kb

Rating: 4.6

Votes: 193

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Dreaming up just the right title for a pair of books, especially when working in a long-running series, isn’t anywhere near as straightforward as one might think.

New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens returns with the next in her Cynster Sisters series. The Honorable Miss Mary Cynster always gets what she wants. As the last unwed Cynster of her generation.

Books Cynster Sisters Duo The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh. The opening scene in THE TAMING OF RYDER CAVANAUGH follows directly from that, when we see Mary trying to use the necklace to confirm the gentleman she's chosen as her one true hero

Books Cynster Sisters Duo The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh. The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh. The 20th Cynster Novel Second of the Cynster Sisters Duo - Mary's story In Paperback & E-book from Avon Books ISBN: 978-0-06-206865-1 (print) ISBN: 978-0-06206628-2 (e-book). The opening scene in THE TAMING OF RYDER CAVANAUGH follows directly from that, when we see Mary trying to use the necklace to confirm the gentleman she's chosen as her one true hero. Sadly, as Angelica had warned Mary, the necklace doesn't work like that.

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Stephanie Laurens was born August 14, 1953 in Sri Lanka. That manuscript, Tangled Reins, was the first of her books to be published. The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh (Cynster Sisters Duo 2 – Mary, Ryder) (June 2013). When she was 5, her family moved to Melbourne, where she was raised. Her novels are primarily historical romances set in the Regency time period. By Winter's light (New generation of Cynster starts) (Claire, Daniel) (2014). The Tempting of Thomas Carrick (Lucilla, Thomas) (Feb 2015).

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No. 1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens has returned to another utterly irresistible branch on her beloved Cynster family tree. Now that her sister Henrietta has discarded her spinster ways and become betrothed, it's finally Mary's chance for true love. She knows exactly who she wants - and it's not someone as wild, unmanageable and sinfully seductive as Ryder Cavanaugh. Ryder Cavanaugh, Marquess of Raventhorne, had never met a woman who wouldn't happily fall at his feet - or into his bed. until Lady Mary Cynster

New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens returns with the next in her Cynster Sisters serie. he Honorable Miss Mary Cynster always gets what she wants

New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens returns with the next in her Cynster Sisters serie. he Honorable Miss Mary Cynster always gets what she wants. As the last unwed Cynster of her generation, she is determined to remain in charge of her life and of the man she will marry. At the very bottom of her list of potential husbands is Ryder Cavanaugh, the daring and devastating Marquess of Raventhorne, an overwhelming and utterly unmanageable lion of the ton. But destiny has a different plan

#1 New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens returns with the next in her Cynster Sisters series...

The Honorable Miss Mary Cynster always gets what she wants. As the last unwed Cynster of her generation, she is determined to remain in charge of her life and of the man she will marry. At the very bottom of her list of potential husbands is Ryder Cavanaugh, the daring and devastating Marquess of Raventhorne, an overwhelming and utterly unmanageable lion of the ton. But destiny has a different plan.

Ryder needs Mary as his wife, not just because she is delightful, fiery, and tempting, but because he values all she could be. When fate and circumstance hand him the chance, he claims Mary as his marchioness...only to discover what he truly desires is not just to take her hand in marriage, but to capture her heart.

THE TAMING OF RYDER CAVANAUGH is the twentieth book in the Cynster series. It is the story of Mary Cynster who was a small child when the events of the first novel took place. Mary is a very strong woman. In many ways she reminds me of Honoria in that she will be the matriarch of her own family. Mary is looking for her own hero but Ryder Cavanaugh is looking at her for a potential wife.

Mary and Ryder are simply adorable. Ryder may be a rake but he has a soft heart and really wants to build a strong family. I really like these books where the conflict between the characters is small. The real conflict is who is trying to kill Ryder. Laurens does a great job her of having these characters drawn together by the threats that come upon them. I also really liked how Mary refuses to allow herself to become a victim that needs to be protected. Ryder and Mary are a team. For me, the best Cynster books are the ones where the main characters work as a unit to solve the mystery. This book is one of the better books.

For fans of the series, the epilogue is wonderful. It was really special to see all the couple and their children. Having Honoria and Devil see what their live together has helped create was so moving. They are still my favorite couple and I look forward to reading about the next generation.

I'd rate this book a 4.25.
I read this book The very day it came out and yet it has taken me this long to write my review. To me The Cynsters are what all other Regency era romance writers should aspire to and nobody does it better than Stephanie Laurens and Mary's book the last of a generation's story has been told.

Mary Cynster was just a toddler when we first met Devil and Honoria and now she is a managing grand dame in the making. She is as bossy bit of baggage that even the other Cynsters tend to let take charge. And true to her nature, Mary has decided to find her one true love on her own. Armed with "The Lady's" amulet Mary makes her way through the ballrooms of the ton. Her eye on the prize (too bad she intimidates the bejeezus out of said prize). But Mary is sure she can make this work if only the prize's interfering brother would get out of the way.

Ryder Cavenaugh is one of "those" type of men. Too strong, too determined, too sure of himself, too protective... You know a Cynster type of man. It's time for him to find a bride and start a family and the perfect woman has just stepped into the picture. Ryder knows that Mary is way too much for his younger brother to handle at this point in his life and as Ryder gently steps in to act as a buffer he falls for the indomitable Miss Cynster hook, line and sinker. Now all he needs to do is convince Mary...Oh and convince her that it's her idea. Easy Peasy *snort*

Everything is going according to plan until someone decides they want Ryder dead... and a gossiping biddy finds them in questionable circumstances. Ryder steps up and Mary folds both knowing they have no choice. What they do control is what kind of marriage they have. Ryder views the Cynsters as the true way to run a f as only, with love and loyalty creating the cornerstones of the foundation. All he has to do is figure out just how to ask for it.

Of course life couldn't be that simple and the mysterious someone who wanted Ryder dead has moved on to Mary. Together Mary and Ryder navigate the perils of life, working to create a family and find the life they both dreamed of. Nothing is going to interfere not even a crazed killer..

A bittersweet so long to a generation but fear not Cynster lovers a new generation is not too far behind. Lucinda (Scandal's daughter) is seventeen.. and the rest of the girls aren't far behind can you imagine the Bar Cynster as Daddy's with *gasp* daughters?

I enjoyed this book and no library of Regency romances is complete without the Cynsters.

Shauni
After reading 'And then she fell',which is the other book in the Cynster Sisters Duo series(short as it is!), we are already aware that the next sister in line to wear 'The Lady', the necklace every Cynster female has worn, when searching for the man who will become her hero, will be Mary. As with all the other Cynster women, Mary receives the necklace from her sister, on the day of her sister's engagement.
Mary has been eager to wear the necklace,not so much because she needs help in finding her hero, she believes she's already done that, she just wants 'The Lady's' assurances that she has picked the right one,something she isn't getting.
When you first start reading this book,you already know that the man Mary has chosen to be her hero won't be the one,that would make things much too easy.
The man who has his sights on Mary, while she has her sights on his younger half-brother,is Ryder Cavanaugh. He is as determined to win Mary as she is to avoid him.
Although the book begins promisingly enough, with hints of a battle of wills between Mary and Ryder,the author soon makes use of a classic ploy to bring the two together,and soon,they are wed. Then the author uses a second common plot-line to bring a bit of tension and suspense to both the story and to the lives of our hero and heroine. Unfortunately, since it's been done many times before within the romance genre,you are pretty well prepared for all that is to follow, and there are really no surprises. That was the first thing that I found to be quite disappointing in the book. The other was that although I liked the characters of Mary and Ryder, as with the other book in the series, I found the writing a bit too descriptive and cliche at times, and to top it all off, the epilogue seemed to me to be a bit too much, in and of itself. Usually, an epilogue is used as sort of a 'and they lived happily ever after' kind of chapter, giving us the closure needed. We are usually told that our hero/heroine have now wed,or it's a few years done the line and they have also had a family. In this case, we get a too drawn out accounting of the entire family!
I couldn't wait to get to the end of this book,and no matter how I tried, the end never seemed near enough.