After her Uncle Malachy terrifies Evangeline Languish on her 16th birthday, she is abandoned at a boarding school by her parents. But when Evangeline discovers a strange young man, injured and alone, she is forced to change her mind about everything she knew. Could Malachy's stories be true? Evangeline must face her uncle once more ... can she get to him before he kills everything she loves?
I thought ‘Lady Languish’ was a rather intriguing story. I believe it was different from the typical reads in this genre. To begin with the writing style was very different than the usual vampire tale that we see in today’s reads but I thoroughly enjoyed it. I think the writing was done beautifully and I loved the way the story was told.
I think the descriptions of the boarding school and the Irish country side was done flawlessly.
I think Dublin was the perfect setting for this story, it was brilliant.
I just adored this story, I loved the characters although I do think Sive turned out to be my favorite, she was just too adorable.
There were a few mistakes, for instance the spelling of a character’s name changed from Ms. Goulding to Ms. Goulder. There were a few other mistakes that I caught but nothing that a quick edit can’t fix.
I thought ‘Lady Languish’ was a breath of fresh air in this genre and it was beautifully done, I would recommend it.
* I recieved this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own. I did not recieve compensation for this review.