ANNE HERRIES BARTERED BRIDE PDF
Read “Bartered Bride” by Anne Herries with Rakuten Kobo. Her hand in marriage traded in a game of cards, innocent Lottie is completely out of her depth. Bartered Bride by Anne Herries – book cover, description, publication history. Bartered Bride By Anne Herries – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Please note that we cannot be held responsible for any delays incurred as a result of Royal Mail postal strikes, overseas postal service herriws or national public holidays including bank holidays. Jeni rated it liked it Jun 14, The dialogue here was so stilted that I couldn’t really envision an Hmm.
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I didn’t like the hero who nearly killed a guardsman, holding a dagger pressed against his belly. An Improper Companion After many happy years of taking their holidays in Spain she and her husband, now have a second home in Norfolk. The main characters are extremely annoying with their insecurities, and their way of facing problems. They are only just across the road from the sea, and can see it from their windows. I was going to give it 2 stars, just because I did finish it, but honestly, it was kind of awful.
Creativity seems limited though – not only are all the characters pretty much stock characters – tempestuous aristocrat, saintly twin, evil twin, gambling neglectful father, grateful servant, kindly aunt and more – the cliches abound in this book – but a major fight over a purloined necklace seems directly out of a Georgette Heyer novel April LadyI think. Will they love each other or do they end up suffering is the story. The psychology is so simplistic and the constant and repetitive telling instead of showing made the book nearly a wallbanger.
Annne rated it liked it Sep 03, Please review your cart. She has now written several books under her own name of Linda Sole and other pseudonyms. Her main interests apart from writing are watching good films and reading other authors; also walking in the sun and swimming—mostly in Spain because it’s warmer.
Bartered Bride by Anne Herries – FictionDB
The Master of Stonegrave Hall. Published March 1st by Harlequin first published February herres Anne loves to write about the beauty of nature and sometimes puts a little into her books, though they are mostly about love and romance. The Captain and the Wallflower.
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She writes for her own enjoyment and loves to give pleasure to her readers. Your display name should be at least 2 characters long. The Regency Season Collection: I just put this one away and never came around to complete it, and alas!
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The author had the unfortunate habit of “telling” rather than “showing” the supposed growing relationship between the main characters. Refresh and try again.
It was a great story and there is alot 2. Wooden, stilted, repetitive, and trite. The plot was mostly about the numerous misunderstandings between Lottie and Nicolas, Nicolas bartere his temper, and Lottie deciding that she would not reveal her true feelings to Nicolas. Lists with This Book. Manjoollah Henry rated it really liked it Jul 02, When Marrying a Duke Apr 04, Shalon rated it liked it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.
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You can continue to use our site but it may not work properly or display correctly. The title should be at least 4 characters long. The first two thirds was good then went downhill fast.
The writing wasn’t that captivating, and came off pretentious. I can’t really think of anything positive to say about this book. Books by Anne Herries. The male is all temper tantrums and moody and the female is all martyrdom. My library Help Advanced Book Search.
Her first success came in when, writing as Lynn Granville, she was accepted by Robert Hale. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Open Preview See a Problem?