- File Size: 652 KB
- Print Length: 271 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Lachesis Publishing (May 1, 2012)
- Publication Date: May 1, 2012
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0082JA4BQ
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,961 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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***SPOILERS**** The H/H ended up getting physical before they barely spoke 10 sentences together at the beginning of the book. I understand it was portrayed to be love at first sight, but back then, it was hounded into every unmarried girl's head to not just do away with their virginity, especially to basically a stranger. But 'Becca' sure didn't think twice about resisting. She just fell in bed with the first man who stirred feelings in her? Not likely! There was not a lot of dialogue between them and even when there was, it was boring and lacking.
Then, there was the whole plot that surrounded Rebecca and her mother, etc. That was poorly written and shouldn't have even been written in the book. She gets one comment at a ball saying that she looks like a lady in Scotland who has the same name as her dead mother. The reader forgets all about that, until Rebecca is upset and wants to leave Geoffrey. So on a whim she decides to head to Scotland to see this lady for herself. Then, it just so happens that this lady is indeed her long lost mother who abandoned her daughter for the man she loves, and then Rebecca immediately forgives her mother. Really???? Does not sound plausible.Read more ›
I'm so glad it only cost 99 cents.
Becca is the daughter of an innkeeper, her father, Thomas, is a younger son of a baronet, thus Becca is a member of the gentry. When Geoffrey's coach loses a wheel, he gets stranded in Becca's home village and spends several days at the inn. During that time Becca and Geoffrey get to know one another. Becca is very beautiful, and from the very first, takes Geoffrey's breath away. As for Becca, she feels an instant, unexplainable connect to Geoffrey...for her it was very like love at first sight. Geoffrey's feelings take a while longer to develop, but this is not one of those stories where you have to wait until the very end for confessions of love. Very quickly Becca and Geoffrey find themselves in bed together. When Geoffrey proposes marriage, Becca refuses...she thinks Geoffrey is a man of simple means and doesn't want to be a burden to him. Her belief stems from the fact that all her life her father has made Becca feel like a burden. Thomas is a gruff, somewhat unfeeling parent.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Becca(h) is a beautiful serving girl at a county inn. Geoffrey(H,earl) is on his way home and meets her when he has carriage issues and has to stay at her fathers inn. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Daun
This is going to be a good series. I enjoyed it and will look for future books. Somewhat predictable but good.Published 1 month ago by Diane
It is said that the eyes are the gateway to the soul. JoMarie has brought that phrase and it's story to life. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Lady Moon
Awesome story line. Really draws you into the romance. JoMarie does an amazing job of making you not want to put the book down until you have read the last page!Published 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Awesome! Amazing! I was wary due to the length of the of the story because I thought that it was going to be a cliff hanger that left me with the option of buying the next one to... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Precious Perez
Loved the story, the characters, the bit of suspense, the right amount is sex and romance for the time period in old England!Published 3 months ago by Gwendolyn Culver