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Author:
Alicia Scott
ISBN13:
978-0373076581
ISBN:
0373076584
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Publisher:
Silhouette (July 1, 1995)
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Subcategory:
Contemporary
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1980 kb
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Rating:
4.9
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464

At the Midnight Hour (Guiness Gang by Alicia Scott is a novel that could definitely use some tuning up, but I was happily surprised at the characters, the gothicness of it all, and the love story even if the H is a total downer.

At the Midnight Hour (Guiness Gang by Alicia Scott is a novel that could definitely use some tuning up, but I was happily surprised at the characters, the gothicness of it all, and the love story even if the H is a total downer. This is the first book in the Guiness Gang series. Elizabeth Guiness grew up in a small town with a wonderful family. She loves her parents and her brothers more than anything in the world.

At the Midnight Hour book. Paperback, Silhouette Intimate Moments 256 pages. This is another book from the Guinness Gang series by Alicia Scott. Published June 23rd 1995 by Harlequin. Liz is a fantastic character, and I loved seeing how she wins over the hearts of her men.

At the Midnight Hour. 1995) (The first book in the Guiness Gang series) (Book 21 in the Safe Haven series) A novel by Alicia Scott. Brilliant scientist Richard Keaton knows all about chemical reactions, but nothing about raising a child. So he hires Elizabeth Guiness, a sensible, competent woman-who turns out to have a heart of gold and a body that makes the lonely widower think of more personal experiments.

Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. Elizabeth Guiness had her work cut out for her. Her precocious young charge quoted morbid statistics twenty-four hours a day, desperately seeking just one ounce of his father's affection. Results from Google Books. But brilliant scientist Richard Keaton seemed incapable of love-especially after the murder that had left Andrew motherless and Richard the prime suspect.

At the Midnight Hour, page 1. part of Guiness Gang Series. Finally, she came to the top of the small circular driveway. She set down her luggage briefly, taking a moment to wipe the palms of her hands on her overcoat. One more deep breath to steady the nerves. One last hand through her hair, and a brief smoothing of her deep blue skirt.

At the Midnight Hour, . The walls had been built by Keaton hands and the stories they’d heard had already passed on to legend. The violence they’d seen was already myth. On these dark nights, no one in the Stamford, Connecticut, community dared look up at the stone house on the hill. No one wanted to see the ivy-choked walls or gnarled towers, especially by the fiery crack of the lightning. No one wanted to know if a light still shone in that one left-hand tower window.

David Walliams’ bestselling children’s book, THE MIDNIGHT GANG, is a story of friendship, theatre and magic – and of making dreams come true. When the clock strikes midnight most children are fast asleep, but for the Midnight Gang the journey is just beginning

David Walliams’ bestselling children’s book, THE MIDNIGHT GANG, is a story of friendship, theatre and magic – and of making dreams come true. When the clock strikes midnight most children are fast asleep, but for the Midnight Gang the journey is just beginning. This extraordinary story of five children in a wonderfully inventive and eccentric hospital setting promises to take fans from around the globe on an unmissable midnight adventure. Full to the brim with heart-warming characters and witty humour, The Midnight Gang is sure to be a Walliams classic.

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Brilliant scientist Richard Keaton knows all about chemical reactions, but nothing about raising a child. So he hires Elizabeth Guiness, a sensible, competent woman--who turns out to have a heart of gold and a body that makes the lonely widower think of more personal experiments.
  • Andy. Excuse me, Andrew Phillip Michael Keaton, the first, keeper of the Infractions Committed by Nannies notebook and master and commander of all facts gory and depressing is a kid.

    I am feeling generous today so 4 stars, but regardless, At the Midnight Hour (Guiness Gang #1) by Alicia Scott was a surprise in more than way. So gothic, the cover should have a girl in a nightgown running from the castle.

    Mourning her childhood sweetheart's death, the widowed Liz arrives to be nanny to what her nanny employers consider to be a difficult case. Andrew Phillip Michael Keaton, the first is a six year old genius in a suit. Literally in a suit. He carries a notebook around to write down nanny infractions, quotes morbid statistics, and demands she put on her nanny uniform. Her refusal is Nanny Infraction Number Three, I believe. Obviously, I adored this little character.

    Little genius in training is saddled with an equally genius Gloomy Gus dad who was accused of throwing his wife off the right tower five years ago. It is so old school gothic that although set in the United States, the house has not one, but two towers. One for work and one for throwing off evil and unfaithful wives. No one would have blamed him if he had as she was a creme de la creme witch. Not only has the H been living under a cloud, but his witchy dead wife told him the baby he adored wasn't his. Andrew has just recently arrived, and has been shunned by dad lo this past five years. Not a redeeming characteristic in an H.

    I don't know how the H can be considered a genius as the kid is exactly like him down to the way they blink when upset and how and when they learned to read. The H taught himself at two (eye roll) and memorized the phone book at five. The phone book. His son, who obviously has more on the ball, memorizes ghoulish statistics from an almanac. The heroine points this and other truths out way too late.

    Liz is a great heroine. She handles Andrew easily and gets him to loosen up a bit. She sacrifices her usual long skirts for the Mary Poppins nanny wear in order to get Andy in a pair of jeans and in a picnic. She also gets a yen for the H, a mainline brooder.

    The H's brother and silly friends pop in to muddy the waters, the dead wife's diary is found, shots are fired, a really mean housekeeper complains about everyone, horses runaway all in fine gothic, mystery suspense style.

    Who murdered the witchy wife? Who fathered the little genius? Some questions are answered and some are not.

    Poor Liz. I feel for her. She lost her young love, and is now faced with two rather difficult curmudgeons: one six and one adult. She's going to have her hands full with these two. At least the sex is great.

    Luckily, her five or is it four brothers have books as well, and it turns out that Alicia Scott is also Lisa Gardner. I have never read Lisa Gardner, but I definitely will now.

    At the Midnight Hour (Guiness Gang #1) by Alicia Scott is a novel that could definitely use some tuning up, but I was happily surprised at the characters, the gothicness of it all, and the love story even if the H is a total downer .

  • This is the first book in the Guiness Gang series. Elizabeth Guiness grew up in a small town with a wonderful family. She loves her parents and her brothers more than anything in the world. Liz even managed to marry her childhood sweetheart and than watch while he was gunned down in front of her. Now Liz wants to make a fresh start as a nanny and she believes the best way to do that is far away from her hometown. Her new charge is a precious six-year-old boy genius. Andrew has been through three nanny's already and is known for quoting morbid statistics twenty-four hours a day. Liz knows that her job will not be easy, but she is determined to try. Making her work even more difficult is Andrew's brilliant gorgeous father.
    Richard Keaton may be the tenth smartest person in the world, but when it comes to his personal emotions he is completely shut down. Richard has been betrayed by almost everyone in his life. The last was his wife who cheated on him with almost every man within reach. She was a cruel and hateful woman who destroyed any faith he had in other human beings. When she was murdered, the entire town turned against him and his in-laws took his son from him. Now five years later he was getting Andrew back. Nevertheless, Richard feels that it is in everyone's best interest if he keeps his distance from Andrew. However, keeping his distance seems impossible since Liz is determined to bring them together.
    Richard and Liz generate sparks just by being in a room together. The love story between Richard and Liz is only one element of this book. Andrew himself generates enough excitement to keep the reader turning pages. This cute serious six-year-old wears suits and reads the Almanac for pleasure. Last but not least is the element of danger that is present through most of the book. This is a truly great book that I would highly recommend.