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In the event that you receive a faulty book, simply contact customer services and they will send you a replacement straight away. March 1, Imprint: When the characters were talking to one another, all I could hear was shouts, virtually no steam or tension and the theme of this book is ”misunderstanding” in a not very convincing manner, one book that really pulled misunderstandings off for me was Not Quite a Husband by Sherry Thomas.

I loved the angst of the romantic situations. Account Options Sign in. The Mysterious Lord Marlowe.

A Chance To Dream. Not only is he a prolific womanizer, he’s also got a ruthless streak, leaving Lottie fearful about revealing that she isn’t the woman he’d agreed to marry! The Rake’s Rebellious Lady.

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The Adventurers Wife Writing has barteged been a pleasure and is a dream come true for Anne. Overall book rating Rating. I agree with the other reviewers in that the dialog was very wooden and unnatural. Trivia About Bartered Bride. I have given it 2 Starts because it had a potential to be a good novel the characters played out quite nicely but then it didn’t, well before the half way mark!

May 03, Donna rated it it was ok Shelves: Be swept away into a world of intense passion, lavish settings and romance that burns brightly through the centuries. We appreciate your feedback.

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Rake with a Frozen Heart. Would you like us to take another look at this review? It was a great story and there is alot 2. Protected by the Major. She was married at eighteen and ran her own hairdressing business for some years before moving to Cambridge, although Linda has now moved to somewhere a bit quieter in Cambridgeshire. Linda was born in Swindon. We’ll publish them on our site once we’ve reviewed them.

May 05, Allison rated it it was ok. It Spoilers I stopped reading at page She ran her own hairdressing salon for a while, then gave it up to write and help her husband run his antique business. Charlotte and Clarice and identical twins but contrasting in character. Main characters have the emotional maturity of year-olds, constantly stomping off or retreating into weepy martyred silences, instead of asking pertinent questions and giving honest answers.


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She has now written several herrirs under her own name of Linda Sole and other pseudonyms. Her family moved to Ely in Cambridgeshire when she was nine, and Linda attended the local school but left at fifteen to work as a hairdresser in her father’s business.

HarlequinMar 1, – Fiction – pages. Secrets of the Marriage Bed. It’s also difficult to admire a main character who “driven by lust” raped his former wife after she pleaded resistance several times.

Bartered Bride by Anne Herries

One of the first true romances I read, and I therefore have a special fondness for it that it on its own merit probably doesn’t deserve. A Sprinkling of Christmas Magic. Harlequin Historical December – Bundle 1 of 2. Lists with This Book. Spoilers I stopped reading at page Books by Anne Herries.