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Her Bridegroom Bought and Paid For (Brides of Karadok Book 4)

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We get his inner monologue which makes things better, but when you get rid of his thoughts and consider just his words and actions to Aimee (which is the only thing that she herself sees), the picture becomes a little sad for me. There is a lot of filler about other characters and about setting and clothes but the two MCs have very simple unintriguing storyline. Brought up to believe she will 'never make old bones' she lives a quiet and lonely existence, hiding away her excessive freckles and red hair from a world that believes her . She was a strong character who went after what she wanted (in this case, marriage to Lord Kentigern), and she stuck with it even when things didn't turn out exactly like she thought they would. My Opinion: Having read several of Alice Coldbreath’s other books and really loved them, I was so excited for the release of this one and I was sure I would love it.

For all ebook purchases, you will be prompted to create an account or login with your existing HarperCollins username and password.I don’t really have lots of time nowadays so would prefer to read books that are fast paced but still have good stories. Even if he’s lonely and yearning for romance, the big, strong men he wants don’t crave small, timid princes.

Yes, we know that his face was horribly scarred in a battle that he fought for the north (cough Scotland cough), and he hasn't been with a woman since. This site uses cookies to deliver our services, improve performance, for analytics, and (if not signed in) for advertising. Proud Sir Jeffree, raised in the expectation of succeeding to his uncle’s title, is appalled to become ensnared in a scheme to discredit his uncle’s intended bride. One of the things that I really enjoyed was that the author really played with the trope of instalove. I loved how it updated older, familiar archetypes, I loved how absorbing it was to read, and I can’t wait for more.Never in his wildest dreams would he have imagined a reversal of fortune that included a wife like Aimee. Gil Truman has eyes only for the beautiful Tilly-until he is forced to marry plain, sickly Rose Davenport to reclaim the lands his father foolishly gambled awa . When Catherine is jilted at the altar, CEO Stephen Danbury rescues the beautiful bride – and accepts her offer to become his wife instead! He isn’t a dragon anymore, but he is hiding alone on a tropical island, avoiding people, politics, and his own reputation. Even though they sometimes messed up (especially Konrad), nothing done was unforgivable and the reasoning behind their actions was at least somewhat understandable.

When her sister, leaves to get married, Theo is promptly axed from the bill and expected to take a back seat in the family busin . Also, it could be interesting to explore if this is triggering Konrad’s masculinity for not being the sole provider, but the author hasn’t laid the groundwork for that. Because honestly with the way he was talking and acting none of the other characters believed him and I didn’t believe him either. Speaking of which, the blurb labels this a standalone novel, but other reviewers have said that this book should actually be read after the Vawdrey brothers series. He lay facedown, strong arms reached over his head as though he’d been trying to swim through the shallow grass lining the road.Normally, I like when Coldbreth introduces lots of secondary characters with their backstories who may or may not act as an important stimulus in her future books but here most of them felt flat. But her heroes have a sweetness and smittenness under their growly ways that I find appealing, and her open-hearted heroines generally manage them just fine, so it works for me! From the cozy confines of a tiny seaside village to the glittering crush of the a fashionable London soiree comes an enthralling tale of a thoroughly mismatched couple .

Aimee fell into instalove without ever having spoken to Konrad; she was simply moved by a gesture of sportsmanship. In 1866 on the empty Kansas prairie, two children shared a few desperate moments that changed their lives.Sometimes I felt I am feeling the connection with the book then it will disconnect due to some reasons.

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