The Marriage Masquerade

The Marriage Masquerade Paired at Her Majesty s masquerade ball with a man she despises rather than endure a fourth season and gain a reputation as a spinster Lady Lucianne Gordon is perplexed when she finds herself actuall

The Marriage Masquerade Signet Regency The trouble with The Marriage Masquerade is that it has the feel of having been written in fits and starts the novel does not unfold smoothly, and far too much time is spent on setting the stage for the sudden marriage between Lady Lucianne Gordon and Lord Victor Oxenby, that the second half of the novel that dealt with the couple s coming The Marriage Masquerade by Cheryl Anne Porter The Marriage Masquerade has ratings and reviews Susan said Ouch This was a painful read The pacing in this book is terrible Every scene is so ov The Marriage Masquerade Kennebrae Brides Series The Marriage Masquerade Kennebrae Brides Series Heartsong Presents Erica Vetsch on FREE shipping on qualifying offers Captain Noah Kennebrae can no longer deal with the shame and guilt from the wreck of his ship. The Marriage Masquerade by Teresa DesJardien I thought this was an enjoyable read I liked both Lucy and Victor and thought they had good chemistry together I would have liked conversation and less inner thought I was a bit surprised that the first half of the book takes place in one night, a masquerade ball hosted by the Queen, who just happens to be Lucy s Godmother. The marriage masquerade Open Library The marriage masquerade St Martin s paperbacks ed Cheryl Anne Porter Published by St Martin s Paperbacks in New York Written in English. Marriage Masquerade Home Facebook Marriage Masquerade began to take shape over years ago as I attempted to put my expressions of grief onto paper following the death of my husband The thoughts that were swirling in my mind seemed to make their exit, decluttered my brain of the prickly remembrances of the way I felt after he would say the things he used to say to me.

  • Title: The Marriage Masquerade
  • Author: Teresa DesJardien
  • ISBN: 9780451204837
  • Page: 149
  • Format: Paperback
  • Paired at Her Majesty s masquerade ball with a man she despises rather than endure a fourth season and gain a reputation as a spinster, Lady Lucianne Gordon is perplexed when she finds herself actually falling in love with Lord Oxenby.

    One thought on “The Marriage Masquerade”

    1. I thought this was an enjoyable read. I liked both Lucy and Victor and thought they had good chemistry together. I would have liked more conversation and less inner thought. I was a bit surprised that the first half of the book takes place in one night, a masquerade ball hosted by the Queen, who just happens to be Lucy’s Godmother. I thought that was kind of a fun touch, and one I haven’t read before. It was funny to think of the Queen of England playing matchmaker. The second half of the bo [...]

    2. The plot had good potential but I didn't like the way the whole story developed. Just when it was starting to interest me, it somehow managed to loose me again, and I could never quite get into the story.

    Leave a Reply

    Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *