- File Size: 4560 KB
- Print Length: 292 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: B085DT71PX
- Publication Date: February 7, 2020
- Sold by: Amazon.com Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B081LDT5YR
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,215 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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I confess I never paid close attention to Ruth along the seven previous books, she was the host of many of the club meetings, with an extravagant home and an excessively verbal and gaudy father. So she surprised me when in the last book, she saved the day and rescued Bonny from her predicament.
And what a superwoman she is, never complaining, facing difficulties after difficulties, keeping her head held high and refusing to rely to hysteric deeds to make herself heard.
Despite her strength she has her uncertainties, and many, she has been overlooked all her life, seing herself as only a walking bank account, thus she offered herself as it. But when she wants to make herself a place in her new home, her efforts are thwarted by her bitter ruthless husband.
What a courageous woman she is, persistent and resolute. Whatever her husband has in mind, she won’t bow. It is war, one without army weapons, but with strategy.
She has two fronts to face, her husband and his home staff. For each she must adopt a different attitude. I rooted for her and her incredible resilience when many would have thrown in the towel. But she has chosen Wildsyde and its Laird, so be it.
Gordon, while I was heartbroken for the little boy he once was, the more the story moved toward its end, the more he saw him as a coward, using his past as a shield to hide from Ruth and the emotions she rose from him.
He ran away at the beginning of their marriage, leaving her alone in a new close to wild environment, not the deed of a strong man. Then he keeps hurting her with promises of sending her away when she repeats again and again she won’t leave.
He was lucky Ruth to be Ruth, as she never retreats, she might have her breaking moments but she is no one to give up.
5 stars for an incredible portrait of a strong and resilient woman.
Even if they are far away, we continue to have news from the other girls. My heart breaks for Jemima and the choices she has to make, I laugh with Minerva, but I am afraid for Matilda as I fear to see her too lust driven when I wants her to show the Marquess he does not own nor control her, he must be the one to fall not the opposite.
The last few stories I've read by other author's this week have been somewhat lacking in character for the H. I read 1 to 1.5 books a day (love retirement) and some of the stories have the H weak and not a true hero. This author gave me exactly what I needed in a story. A strong, but somewhat flawed hero who was trying to protect his heart by not falling in love. He had an awful childhood and didn't want to get attached to his wife. But, he was still a great character. You understood the way he acted.
The h has to be one of the best h's I've read in weeks. She is smart, capable, knows how to handle any situation and especially what the H needs. I enjoyed their fights and banter and exchange of wits with each other. I laughed at what the h did to the H's study. PRICELESS!
There is lovemaking, within marriage, heat level 4.5 out of 5 described several times. I felt a connection to them so for me it was filled with passion, but others may find it too descriptive.
No cheating, no cliffhanger for our couple, but the stories of the other friends will be unknown, HEA was not an easy road to reach, romance and steam. (ljb)
Maybe all of them, if it’s as good as this one. If I could, I’d give it 6 stars.