The #1 New York Times bestselling author has transformed her second novel from a Regency to full-fledged historical romance. Katherine Brandon is a hoyden who bewitches a powerful, sophisticated nobleman, but can't hide her terrifying secret from him....
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an entire book about head drama
The book had promise, but then turned into a bitchy woman being mean, ugly, and everything that is horrid about a head case woman. yes, she was raped as a child, and I don't even mind Coulter addressing the issue, but seriously?! an entire book about someone being psycho when she had been a likeable character? save it for the psych magazines, not pleasure reading
yes, I love some of her books - like Lord Harry. Fabulous book
she has a great narration style, but can't save a bad story
Declaring ownership of a woman is not romantic
The author seems to think that if a male finds it charming that a Victorian generation woman likes fishing and fencing then it's okay to marry her against her wishes and rape her. Because the main male character tries to "please" her it's okay that he forces himself on her. Really! What era are we living in?
Several scenes had possibility but then it just flopped.
The author should have made the main male character find the female character's personality more of a priority and mounting her less of one. Isn't it true that we want to feel a priority because of who we are and not for what we can give?
If Julian said one more time "You belong to me" I think I was going to throw the kindle against the wall!!