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too weak too spineless and far too linguistically flamboyant A shame because my first impressions of weak too spineless and far too linguistically flamboyant A shame because my first impressions of were positive I just felt that Evan would never be good enough for her 35 Stars Nice story A little improbable but entertaining No conflicted hero here he loves her from the very beginning A pleasant read I so didn t enjoy this bookIt just didn t grip me at allI won t be writing
review for this however if annyone would want it just say so Maybe I will change my mind but this justA Review For This
Was Full Out Boring Ifull out boring I hoping for so much passion and steamy ness but I didn t get any Beautifully WrittenThis is one of my favorite books It is beautifully written and I have fallen in love with the characters The author did a fantastic job developing the characters This book does not have your typical storyline which could be why I love it even I am a Julia Justiss fan and although this was not my favorite book of Ms Justiss I felt satisfied with the development and the outcome So much happened in this story to Well To everyone But a good rea. Er in law who would take away her son she seeks to cancel her obligation to the highly visible earl immediately little realizing a fleeting affair will lead to something mu. ,
LMFAO over this one I m real on the fence about
alpha hero s but jeminy cricket this hero was ridiculous inhero s but jeminy cricket this hero was ridiculous in betatude I absolutely hate tales that begin with the hero trying to make the heroine his mistress because she is of a lower class or not pure enough Evan wants Emily and Emily is finally won over Why Have no freaking idea He engages himself to another woman
he dumps the heroine to marry the other woman No No No I had originally read this novel than a yeardumps the heroine TO MARRY THE OTHER WOMAN NO marry the other woman No No I had originally read this novel than a year but decided to reread it so I could write a review This is one of the better stories about a shopkeeper and a lord I love the dialogue It s fun uick and brings a pacing to the novel that makes it hard to put down Too loooong But good read I just loved dialoguesconversations in intimate scenes I m a sucker for the heroine becoming a mistress before the wife theme but this book still failed to engage meThe hero was a little too beta for my taste and he was obsessively besotted with the heroine too uickly which is always a book closer for me I need the thrill of the chase to hold my interest So Threatened by extortionists disowned widow Emily Spenser has little recourse until the Earl of Cheverley captivated by this unusual shopkeeper comes to her aideEmily cannot.
SUMMARY ï FSDECORATORS.CO.UK º Julia JustissDidn t finish this
one and actually I barely managed to start it Let me tell you whyFirst off thereand actually I barely managed to start it Let me tell you whyFirst off there a suitable amount of historical flouncy and flowery language that can be used in historical novels A few Pray Tells and a couple of choice nouns is than sufficient to put across the fact that it s a regency romanceFurther it is very hard to find a man attractive when he sounds like he has stepped out of a mockumentary Blackadder style
spoof Our hero stumbles onto our heroine being threatened Dum dum duuum insteadOur hero stumbles onto our heroine being threatened Dum dum duuum instead baffling the villian with his deft use of witty banter or a masculine show of staring glaring and the threat of physical pain our hero just lets the villian leave He then says to the heroine in all seriousness Dear Lady you mustn t worry Unless my hero is using the phrase Dear Lady in a completely mocking tone I don t want him saying it at all I mean really grow a pair and talk like a real manBringing me onto my second point which is that the hero was entirely unattractive to me from his first utterance and I can t imagine he was any better in the res. Repay the Earl's expenditures not in coin But having learned through bitter experience not to trust the largesse of powerful men and desperate to stay hidden from the fath.