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It wasn’t an uncommon occurance for men to have mistresses. This book doesn’t end in the neat little package with the pretty bow typical of most historical romance novels, but it’s still a satisfying end that will stay with you long after the book is finished.

Eight years ago, Viola, the beautiful young sister of a Duke, married the man she fell in love with at first sight, Lord Hammond. Yes, he liked her, but his main motivation for marrying her was for her money.

And that, my dear friends, is a big no-no in my book. He likes any kid. May 17, Daisiemae rated it really liked it Shelves: I was not convinced of his love for her- at least not at the end. Well it seems the main problem was still the fact that like not doing research about French letters the author did non here also.

Her tears and hurt had been met with no understanding, only his biting, sarcastic wit. We get the feeling that he is more attached to her than he lets on, even to himself. And he did have a crappy childhood and doesn’t really know how to love someone. Unlike most of the other reviews, I disliked this book because of the leading lady, Viola. He is persistent, though, and little by little he works his way back into her life.


A easy going average person that liked fucking. But there was something in the scene where he talked to his ex mistress that just saddled him with a child. Her brother is a Duke and she has a very substantial dowry. But when the ex mistress trusts a child in to his hands he falls instantly in love. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. El final fue bien fairy Tale pero yo feliz.

To me, the heroine was completely unreasonable and I couldn’t stand her. Okay I get it that he realizes his heartlessness to all of them, but I dint like him including the h along with all the others in his long list of heart-breaking follies. As he later tells Viola, he “needed” to marry for money and he “wanted” to marry for desire. So maybe he should get a title. Laura is currently hard at work on her thirteenth historical romance for Avon Books.

After a tragic accident, it becomes necessary for John to reconcile with Viola so that he can ensure an heir. Para cruzar las piernitas. Because this is how I saw him.

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Not planning to read this. Among her publishing credits are twelve historical romances, including her latest, And Then He Kissed Her, now available from Avon Books. So it all builds towards a grand passionate declaration, but then the books slips up at the end in favor of a mellow connubial accord, support and contentment.

But of course she’s the shrew. Also in a age in which no woman wanted to carry an unwanted child every widow ,mistress, courtesan etc, that indulged in sexual exploits used something to exceed blood flow and stop pregnancies.


Instead, he waited a month for her to relent, and when she hadn’t, he walked out on her without a second thought.

I read this book a few years ago and always felt that I should have liked it more than a 3 star rating, so I gave it another try to leecho if I would have gotten that WOW factor that I missed the first time.

I am sorry some of the other people that read it disliked it so much, but I found it to be a book about forgiveness and personal growth from both John and Viola. That no matter how jealous we were, how broken and how messy, we would have made it. He has professed his love for her apparently only when she asked him, “Do you love me?

So why in gods name did she love him now?!

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I’m not saying it’s a “man-hating” book, not at all. A lot of the point of the book was him growing up and learning he has to deal when things get emotionally sticky. Because this hero is as I said, a person that goes with the flow.

To me, the characters are the key in any book. He likes who ever! I call them stupid. I never understood them a This was a badly written book. She said she could not trust him.

And now he’s returned. Grecia’s rating liked it.