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The Secret Wedding Mass Market Paperback – April 7, 2009
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"A remarkable achievement...Another jewel in Beverley's heavily decorated crown."
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At first I understood Caro's motivation for hiding. Since she thought Christian was a relative who might be her "dead husband's" heir who might take everything from her, I felt her fears were legitimate.
But as we went along, her obsession with maintaining her own wealth for the sake of dead ancestors (rather than dependents) became tiresome. And then her behavior at the masquerade was so appalling -- accusing him before witnesses of attempted rape when she knew it wasn't true -- I didn't blame Thorne for disliking her, and I had a hard time accepting that Christian continued to love her. What a weak man to want to win someone like that over. So both characters were unlikeable for different reasons by the end.
I've had a problem recently with authors letting murderers and rapists off without any punishment whatsoever. Again, we see someone completely insane getting away with near murder. It's as if Ellen's trying to make sure Caro didn't get any of the poison clears her completely. Well, why not? The whole world revolves around Caro and her loot, so why not make helping her avoid the death being dealt to another a get-away-with-murder pass?
I don't love the use of Rothgar and Diana in this trilogy. It imposes on the main characters.Read more ›
I find it very, very irritating when the entire plot revolves around an "adventure" that could have been avoided by 5 minutes of sensible conversation.
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The Secret Wedding is Book 9 in the Malloren Series.
With suspended belief, this is a face-paced romantic farce with a fun hero and heroine. Read more
I absolutely love ALL of the books written by this Author. As usual once I opened the book and started on Chapter One I did not want to put the book down.Published 20 months ago by Barbara J.
I adore the Malloren series. But this...oh dear, it was simply awful. The heroine is an idiot and unlikable, the hero is made of cardboard. You would never recognize Ms. Read morePublished on March 8, 2014 by JKom
Read it and enjoyed it tremendously. Now it is with my Jo Beverly collection. I Will recommend to my friends.Published on January 23, 2014 by Olga Veter-eluska
Just a fun read requiring no brain power. Good for the summer. I have read several others in this series.Published on July 7, 2013 by Havolyn C. Knox
This is the first book of Jo Beverley's I've read, and I loved it...I must have since I stayed up until 3:30 this morning to finish it! Read morePublished on February 17, 2012 by Kimba