My favorite couple was Penelope and Charles. There were not really bad but not good either, just humdrum. Kate's was cute in parts, too. Kate's was cute in parts, too. A straightforward bargain… But when their arrangement goes awry, saving Elinor may mean ruining the rake! Olivia is a widow with a young daughter. I loved them as a couple. Penny Townsend sees the wedding as her last chance to salvage her arranged marriage and turn it into something more than a matter of convenience.
J'ai vraiment aimé cette histoire, elle change de ce que j'ai l'habitude de lire. I originally thought they would be treated as separate stories in an anthology. The final couple are Charles and Penelope, the Earl and Countess of Townsend. We actually have six characters in this story that are the focus of plenty of to do's. The first couple introduced, and to me the primary one, are Lady Olivia Reyne and Simon, the Duke of Somervale.
There is a lot of witty dialogue and passionate moments. The last thing Olivia needs is to be embroiled with a duke whose dark gaze makes her forget You're invited to the wedding of the year! And I just loved how he was around her daughter. She is breaking into single title with her Regency romance trilogy, each installment of which intertwines three fascinating, sensual love stories for a triple happy ending. You're invited to the wedding of the year! I honestly couldn't put the darn thing down for the life of me. As the guests travel through the village to the ducal estate, Kate recognizes Penelope, her friend from boarding school. A lot of people including matrimony hungry bridesmaids came. Ici nous n'avons pas un couple de héros mais trois.
How our author keeps her head on straight is a miracle in itself. Ici nous n'avons pas un couple de héros mais trois. This book actually focuses on three separate romances. Make that two problems: He has a beautiful sister to marry off -- but no money to fund a London Season for her. Anne -- the perfect mistress for the rakish Earl of Hawthorne; Felicity -- the perfect challenge for Richard, Lord Colford; and Georgiana -- the perfect nightmare for Major Julian Hampton. As the family gathers to await the birth, Mariah and Myles search for answers — and they find that playing the waiting game can have its own rewards.
Very minimal wear and tear. First there is the Duke of Somervale and Lady Reyne playing at being betrothed to avoid a mansion full of bride's maids. The third arc of this book involves the Lady Penelope Townsend. Penny Townsend sees the wedding as her last chance to salvage her arranged marriage and turn it into something more than a matter of convenience. And then she met a handsome duke. I loved each hero, but my favorite is Andrew. However, when I began reading, I thought this could be really interesting.
Michaels leads the reader from one heroine to another with a seamless transition — I felt like I was a fly on the wall as the story unfolded. Her husband left her pretty much penniless and her landlord is trying to coerce her into becoming his mistress. And I do like that there is more romance to go around. May be very minimal identifying marks on the inside cover. For a time when the women are dressed in layers, and as mentioned in the book, they required help getting dressed and lacing themselves up. Simon and Olivia, penny and Charles, and Kate and Andrew.
Within the first chapter, this book had me hooked and I ended up reading it in just one day. They were sold to the highest bidder and had little choice in conjugal visits or even how to dress themselves, but life wasn't all bad, if they were lucky enough to find a kind rich husband. The Wedding Affair by Leigh Michaels Historical Romance — Sept. Comme pour la saison du péché chez le même éditeur, j'ai profité de la promotion pour me le procurer. One of these friends, Andrew Carlisle, just happens to be the young man who Kate fell in love with at seventeen. I thought that the same story told from three points of view was going to be needlessly complicated and confusing. Since none has, the obvious conclusion is that you have never come face to face with one! Simon makes an arrangement with Olivia to act as his potential bride in order to ward off the debutantes.
I'm not sure why the other two leading men never real This is a lively book mostly because of a wealth of characters and use of a style where relatively short scenes jump usually from one character to another. Three couples all set with their own story lines but entangled like a spider's web. Discover a new side of a beloved author as Leigh Michaels draws you into the glittering, glitzy world of Regency England and an affair you'll never forget. Tout s'enchaîne rapidement, si bien que ce petit malgré ces presque 500 pages ne m'a fait que deux jours. She's was heiress, but a commoner, and he's was an earl in desperate need of blunt.
The characters were very well developed and entertaining, each having individual personalities but are so great that you fall in love with them all. And six of them went home much happier. Praise for The Mistress' House 'A work of art. She is breaking into single title with her Regency romance trilogy, each installment of which intertwines three fascinating, sensual love stories for a triple happy ending. Then we have Kate Blakely,the daughter of a deceased vicar and Andrew Carlisle,a tutor and adventurer or so it seems.