- File Size: 3277 KB
- Print Length: 168 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: June 1, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B088PNLH5W
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
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- #81 in Regency Historical Romance
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**** SPOILER ****
When at the very end the hero finally understands he's been lied to, they get physical and very intimate instantly, anticipating their vows then and there. It just wasn't believable after all that it happened. Frankly, too, Regency women just would not have acted so sexually so fast or would have had much of an inkling what that all meant. Did she truly believe that she was a sinner because her mother fooled around, cuckolding her father... and that made it okay for her to “sin” as well? It just made little sense at all. Plus, after the way he treated her for most of the book, how could she just do that? Honestly, she deserved a better hero… and I don’t like feeling that way about a hero of a romance; it ruins the book for me. I would think she would need some sort of apology, and he would have to make it up to her. Truly he did not treat her like a gentleman would treat a lady during the bulk of the book—even given what he “found out” from the lying cousin. He truly acted reprehensibly to her. Also, I thought the vile cousin needed to get his comeuppance in the book, and the author did not give us that satisfaction. I also felt like there were plot holes galore, including the unresolved issue of the hero’s desire to become a barrister.
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This is the kind of book that, even though it is not well done, you keep reading because you hope the author is going to make it right: have the hero act like the hero (treat the heroine well; be her champion, etc.) that the heroine deserves and have the bad guys get their comeuppance that we need for them to have in our moral outrage at their actions. Because this book failed to deliver on these counts, I do not feel like I can recommend it.
I received a free copy of this book, but that did not affect my review.
Henry has everything, but the only thing he wants a career in law, but his family would never approve it. He fights his way, with broken heart and as that he feels he can’t trust anyone. Will it change when they meet? Will Alexa reveal her scandal to Henry or keep it as a secret from him?
Thank you for Librarything for the copy.
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