Marrying Mischief

Marrying Mischief Inheriting an earldom had obviously gone to Nicholas Hollander s head After he d left Emily s reputation in tatters years before how could he expect that she would ever agree to marry him Yet still h

  • Title: Marrying Mischief
  • Author: Lyn Stone
  • ISBN: 9780373292011
  • Page: 360
  • Format: Paperback
  • Inheriting an earldom had obviously gone to Nicholas Hollander s head After he d left Emily s reputation in tatters years before, how could he expect that she would ever agree to marry him Yet still he insisted that her rash efforts to find her missing brother had left them no choice but to wed, and straightaway.Nick s youthful defection had ruined Emily Lovenye s prospeInheriting an earldom had obviously gone to Nicholas Hollander s head After he d left Emily s reputation in tatters years before, how could he expect that she would ever agree to marry him Yet still he insisted that her rash efforts to find her missing brother had left them no choice but to wed, and straightaway.Nick s youthful defection had ruined Emily Lovenye s prospects So it was no wonder that the vicar s daughter still wanted nothing to do with him Unwittingly compromised into a hasty marriage, his courageous Emily was giving him the devil of a time as he struggled to win back her trust and turn their inconvenient union into wedded bliss.

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    1. Un harlequin histórico con bastante de comedia de enredos (tardé en darme cuenta) y un par de misterios que se resuelven en un pif paf. Demasiado sencilla. Ya me olvidé de lo que trataba.

    2. This period romance was a bit ordinary. The hero and heroine lacked something charisma, vivacity, charm, whatever. They didn't make me care about them and I wasn't invested in their relationship.Take the hero: What if she demanded to know whether he had loved her then? No woman would want to hear that, no, he was only a young man caught up in a mad infatuation.She would not be glad to know that he had assuaged that lust with numerous women since that time and now recognized so-called love for wh [...]

    3. Sweet book. No meanness between the main characters as in some historicals, just several misunderstandings. I feel like there was something missing, though, like maybe there wasn't much of a plot I can't really put my finger on it, but I just know it wasn't the best story I've ever read. If you already have it, I'd say read it, but don't go through any trouble to get a copy if you don't already have one.

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