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    Good read

    An entertaining steamy romance, Sophie Jordan is one of my favourite romance writers and usually on my auto buy list.
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    A healing process

    How a woman breaking all the rules will be able to find her happily ever after. I do have read the entire series less one book, lost somewhere on my shelves, but will read it too. When I closed the previous book THIS SCOT OF MINE, I was so eager to read Marian’s story, I preordered it as soon as it was announced. My first remark is the blurb tells too much about the story, it nearly sums up the whole story, so where are the surprises while reading this book? I confess I felt like robbed of a part of my fun. Marian had her up and down with me, she is a caring woman, ready to sacrifice her future for her family, but she was also very judgmental at the beginning about the duke, when he has the perfect profil as a future employer if she really did decide to engage in the world oldest profession business. Hopefully from haughty and picky, she revised her opinion of him, when she realized he was the best option she has. Also I found her rather puerile at the beginning, for a 24 years old woman, her reactions to her environment and situation lacked of thoughts, and some were very childish moves, as if she had procrastinated until she was faced with an unmovable wall. I suppose it was probably the case of many women during these times, still for all her daring and cleverness, she was quite slow on the uptake. I loved Nate, despite everything he thinks about himself, he is a good man. After the upbringing he had, and the loss of his late wife and their still-born child, it does not offend me, he prefers to not engage his heart and engages in sexual Congress with professionals. He was more the Broken or Hollow Duke to me than the Depraved Duke. After a life of pain and loss, he could have turned worse. Still, he let himself be entranced by the lively and determined Marian. Even if it is not my favorite read in this series, part of my pleasure stolen by the few twists in the plot left to discover while reading it, I devoured it in few hours, turning the pages avidly. I would have liked to see them married a bit longer, for them to get to know really the other, to try to heal each other wounds until their reached their epiphany. So do not deny yourself an entertaining read, Mrs Jordan mixed the perfect components for a page-turning sensual tale of second chances. 4.5 stars And now I am curious about Marian’s sister, Charlotte. I was granted through Edelweiss an advance copy by the publisher Avon. I previously preordered my own copy. Here is my true and unbiased opinion.
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    Very Disappointed- Predictable Characters/Story

    I'm actually a little choked about this book- it's exactly what you would expect from a novella or prequel story....but it's advertised (and priced) as a full novel. The story is basic and predictable, and the characters don't grow. Nate and Miranda didn't become real people, and didn't develop beyond their initial introductions- they were blah people, and worse, a blah couple. Even the protagonist was cookie-cutter. Much like a novella, the action happens quickly and is a bit far-fetched, but is then quickly resolved to everyone's satisfaction. Happily every after etc. I'm disappointed because I paid full price for this, when it's clearly not worth the price of a full scale novel. I enjoy Sophie Jordan and her writing, but this has really disappointed me and I will think twice before purchasing another of her books, especially at the full price of $9.99 etc.
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    The Duke's Stolen Bride

    A strong willed woman determined to debase herself to save her family from poverty.

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