The Legend of Nimway Hall: 1940-Josie

The Legend of Nimway Hall: 1940-Josie

USA Today bestselling author Linda Needham brings you the fourth story in a series of romances touched by magic as old as time. A courageous young woman is just managing to keep up with her family's vast, wartime farm when a handsome Lt. Colonel and his staff of officers take command of her home. A private war ensues between them, and the couple soon learns that resist...

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Title:The Legend of Nimway Hall: 1940-Josie
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  • Iza Soares

    Rating 6 of 7

    I have a huge problem with this book.

    I must confess that if this one was in 19th I would gladly give it a 7 of 7 rating. But as the things are, I spend half of the book annoyed by the century and bitching about the absurd fact that they had cars. I don't read 20th century books, I don't read contemporary romance. This book was really hard for me. Incidentally, one of my grandfather literally was born in 1940. Honestly I was thinking about giving it only 5 of 7 but I decided that I

    Rating 6 of 7

    I have a huge problem with this book.

    I must confess that if this one was in 19th I would gladly give it a 7 of 7 rating. But as the things are, I spend half of the book annoyed by the century and bitching about the absurd fact that they had cars. I don't read 20th century books, I don't read contemporary romance. This book was really hard for me. Incidentally, one of my grandfather literally was born in 1940. Honestly I was thinking about giving it only 5 of 7 but I decided that I couldn't let myself down two stars just bc I hated the timming. Also, I'm still wondering if i have a problem with the wwii talk bc it's something like too close to today or if it's just the 20th problem again

    I hated the sex scene. I hated when they're declaring their love. I have no idea if that's a problem with the author (it's my frist book from Linda) or if it's just bc I'm used with 19th style language or whatever. I just hated it. I felt like nothing was seriously like they're joking - lord knows I do it all the time - and the sex itself I felt like a intruder reading it (I can't put in words how preposterous it is). I'm not sure if I will look for Linda's other works tbh which makes me pretty sad cause I loved Karen Hawkins books and I'm really happy with the ideia of discovering more new authors with this series.

    With all that said, I loved this book. The plot was one of my favourites and the plot twist™️ was so amazing I started screaming here cause like omfg fucking brilliant you know. I loved Josie and I loved the Colonel and I loved the plot and I loved her father and honestly I just loved this book, I only would love better if it was 19th century

  • Pj Wright

    The orb clearly has no problem moving around, a war wound has more of a problem, the caretaker of Nimway has a legacy of training which helps make this match solving all. I thought this was the last of the series but I found two more in the works both written by favorite authors. I'm anxious to these next to complete my history of Nimway Hall.

  • Lise Nanette

    Oh my goodness, I loved the wartime setting of this Nimway saga. Ms. Needham's protagonists are believable characters with strengths and follies common to all of us. It was certainly fun to see the ancient wonder of Nimue juxtaposed against World War II. I found Josie and Gideon very worthy additions to the Legend.

  • Tracy Yeanish

    While each book is a complete stand alone novel and enjoyable i it's own right, the experience is more enjoyable in order as a whole series. The trouble that darn moonstone orb gets the Heroes and Heroines into. You can't help but stop to giggle each time!

  • Rowena Klein

    Very enjoyable, definitely my favorite in the series so far! Josie and Gideon both had a lot of depth and were very well matched. It was also great to see that Nimway was still thriving almost 200 years later; modernized but didn’t lose any of it’s charm!

  • Rosemarie Grainer

    And the one I have wanted to read since I first heard of Nimway Hall. I liked the idea of hearing more about the home efforts of WWII in England. I loved that aspect of it. I didn't realize how many things they did. I really liked both Josie and Gideon. I guess my only quibble is how easily Gideon changed his mind at the end. As stubborn as he seemed to be, it didn't seem to flow. That made the ending seem too easy to me.

    That being said I loved man

    And the one I have wanted to read since I first heard of Nimway Hall. I liked the idea of hearing more about the home efforts of WWII in England. I loved that aspect of it. I didn't realize how many things they did. I really liked both Josie and Gideon. I guess my only quibble is how easily Gideon changed his mind at the end. As stubborn as he seemed to be, it didn't seem to flow. That made the ending seem too easy to me.

    That being said I loved many aspects of this story. Gideon and Josie are great characters, the setting in both time and place was well detailed, the steamy scene was near the end and the action was interesting with a big twist at the end, and there were some scenes that made me laugh out loud. All in all, it is a great story, except for the one thing I pointed out earlier. Try it yourself and see that the Greatest Generation did as much at home as in battle. Enjoy!

  • Maggie

    This was an interesting read because I'd never read a historical novel set in the 1940s. The writing was good and all the details about civilian efforts against the war were fascinating. The best in this series so far.

  • Paraphrodite

    3 stars.

    This one started off quite interesting, being set during WWII. It was enlightening what was happening on the home front in Britain when the war was being fought overseas. However, once the romance began, the story started dragging for me and I wasn't particularly interested in Gideon's seesawing attitude towards Josie.

  • Lynn Smith

    Enjoyable read in the series but again could have been a bit shorter in length. Becoming a little too formulaic in the unfolding tale now set in the early days of World War II.

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