The Bad Luck Bride by Janna MacGregor

The Bad Luck Bride

All were shocked at the announcement of the “cursed” Lady Claire Cavensham to Lord Alexander Hallworth, the Marquess of Pembrooke, especially since she is already engaged to another unfortunate Lord. Perhaps she will make it to the altar this time with one of these fine gentlemen! —Midnight CryerNo one is left breathless at the imperious pronouncement of her engagement to...

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The Bad Luck Bride Reviews

  • Caz

    The first twenty-five percent or so of Janna MacGregor’s début novel,

    , had me eagerly turning the pages, so thoroughly drawn was I into the story of a man who was so bent on revenge upon the former friend he held responsible for the death of his sister, that he would go to any lengths to completely ruin him, even going so far as to steal his fiancée. Unfortunately however, at around that point, the first of what turned out to be

    The first twenty-five percent or so of Janna MacGregor’s début novel,

    , had me eagerly turning the pages, so thoroughly drawn was I into the story of a man who was so bent on revenge upon the former friend he held responsible for the death of his sister, that he would go to any lengths to completely ruin him, even going so far as to steal his fiancée. Unfortunately however, at around that point, the first of what turned out to be several rather flimsy misunderstandings made its appearance and although I was still interested to discover where the story was headed, my former enthusiasm had waned. There were also a number of issues – choppy writing, odd word choices – that took me out of the story on several occasions, as well as inconsistencies in the characterisation of both principals that were impossible to ignore and which have affected my final rating.

    Alex Hallworth, Marquess of Pembrooke is distraught with grief over the suicide of his beloved sister, and is determined to exact rather more than a pound of flesh from the man he believes fathered the child she carried and was thus responsible for her final desperate act. When a friend prevents Alex issuing a challenge to Lord Paul Barstowe, he turns instead to a far more devious manner of engineering the man’s downfall. Knowing that Barstowe is deeply in debt as a result of his liking for high-stakes gaming, Alex secretly arranges for him to receive all the credit he asks for and then buys up all his debts, putting the other man completely at his mercy. The final humiliation is that Barstowe must break his betrothal to a wealthy heiress, Lady Claire Cavensham, the daughter of the late Duke of Langham, a young woman whose “bad luck” in having suffered three broken betrothals (for good reasons) has made her … if not quite a laughing stock, then someone who is frequently a subject of gossip among the ton.

    Alex plans to marry the lady himself, but knows he’s got his work cut out for him given that Barstowe will be ex-fiancé number four. But, well, Alex is tall, dark, handsome and wickedly charming, so I’m not giving away any secrets when I say that he manages things to his satisfaction, although not without a hiccup or two along the way. Up to this point, I was fully engaged with the story, wondering when and how the cat was going to be let out of the bag and what angsty twists and turns would follow. But then, during a discussion just a couple of days before the wedding, when Alex jumps to a not completely unreasonable conclusion about Claire – a misunderstanding which is quickly corrected, I might add – she decides that he doesn’t trust her and that she can’t marry him. Having some inkling that she might try to bolt, Alex unfortunately compounds his mistake by laying a wager under a false name (sort of) which backs Claire into a corner and gives her no alternative but to go through with the wedding.

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    After the ceremony, the newly-weds travel to Alex’s estate, which is close to Claire’s old home. She’s aloof and off-hand with him for a few days, but it’s not long before Claire begins to soften towards her new husband and to enjoy the time spent in his company. It’s the same for Alex. Even as he was preparing to marry Claire as part of his revenge upon Barstowe, he couldn’t help but recognise that he was attracted to her and that he actually wanted to marry her for herself. They find themselves bonding over the care of the tenants and villagers, and Alex is delighted with the way his bride settles into her role as his marchioness and lady of the manor. Of course, it’s just a matter of time before the serpent is introduced into Eden in the form of Claire’s discovering the truth about Alex’s manipulations, and, quite naturally, wanting nothing more to do with him.

    While I think

    has the makings of a good historical romance, the execution is messy and overall, the story lacks focus. There are too many different plot-threads thrown in and the motivations of the characters are not always clear. But as I said at the beginning, the biggest stumbling block(s) relate to the flimsiness of the devices used to create the conflict between the hero and heroine. We already have the fact that the truth of Alex’s machinations is hanging over his head like the Sword of Damocles, but the author has to throw in the misunderstanding I mentioned earlier, AND give Claire a tortured past which involved witnessing the deaths of her parents in tragic circumstances, plus three broken betrothals, all of which have made her believe she is under some sort of curse. Despite several attempts early on to have it seem as though Claire is dismissive of it, it’s clear she actually believes she’s cursed, and that was a stretch too far for me.

    The characterisation is inconsistent, too. There’s no question that Alex is manipulative, and that he would of course show his most attractive, charming side to the woman he is wooing, but apart from at the very beginning, he never really gives off a ruthless or dangerous vibe. Sure, he’s the hero and not the villain, but there’s never any doubt that he’s honourable and protective and all the things readers expect of a romantic hero. One of the reasons I picked this book up for review was because I like a redeemed bad-boy and had hoped that that was to be Alex’s journey; but there’s absolutely no ‘edge’ to him and he’s fairly bland when it comes down to it. And Claire… well, among the things that attract Alex so strongly are her dignity and inner strength, yet for much of the book she doesn’t appear to possess either of those things. I couldn’t really connect with either character – never a good thing in a romance – and at times their behaviour made little to no sense.

    With all that said, however, I do think that Janna MacGregor shows promise as an author of historical romance. She needs to smooth out her prose – the sex scenes in particular are very “He did this. Then he did that. Then she did this.” – and take a bit more care with some of her word choices and phrasing. The novel would also have benefitted from a firmer editorial hand to help weed out some of the extraneous plot developments and craft stronger and more plausible motivations for the characters. I’m certainly going to keep an eye out for more of Ms. MacGregor’s work – although I might wait until she’s got a few more books under her belt before I pick up another one in the hope that she’s been able to iron out the first time bugs. Anyone looking to try a new author might like to give

    a whirl, but should be advised that while it’s not the worst historical romance I’ve read this year, it’s not the best, either.

  • Juliette Cross

    What a delightful debut! MacGregor pulled me right in with one of the most original opening scenes of any historical romance I've read. (And I've read quite a few.) To begin with a tempestuous scene set for a duel between foes hooked me into the story immediately.

    Our troubled hero has revenge on his mind when he sets out to the ball to save Lady Claire from heartbreak and humiliation. But when Alex meets her face to face, his original motives for marrying her soften to true affection and desire

    What a delightful debut! MacGregor pulled me right in with one of the most original opening scenes of any historical romance I've read. (And I've read quite a few.) To begin with a tempestuous scene set for a duel between foes hooked me into the story immediately.

    Our troubled hero has revenge on his mind when he sets out to the ball to save Lady Claire from heartbreak and humiliation. But when Alex meets her face to face, his original motives for marrying her soften to true affection and desire. I absolutely adored their first scene in the garden.

    A wonderful and heartfelt story unfolds while they both wrestle with their inner demons and discover the key to true happiness--trust, forgiveness, and love. The cast of outstanding secondary characters kept me entertained as well. I fell in love with Alex's best friend Somerton immediately. And I just discovered that his story is next. Can't wait!

    Recommended for all historical romance lovers! Period.

  • Anna's Herding Cats

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    Such a pretty cover! The Bad Luck Bride easily caught my eye.

    The quick of it is that Alex is trying to avenge his dead sister and in doing so decides to ruin the man he blames for her death. And steal the man's current fiance in the process. To protect her, of course. This..is not my favorite trope. I'm not a fan of deceit and manipulation as a main theme so I had a bit of a rough go with Alex.

    Alex is one of those chara

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    Amazon:

    Such a pretty cover! The Bad Luck Bride easily caught my eye.

    The quick of it is that Alex is trying to avenge his dead sister and in doing so decides to ruin the man he blames for her death. And steal the man's current fiance in the process. To protect her, of course. This..is not my favorite trope. I'm not a fan of deceit and manipulation as a main theme so I had a bit of a rough go with Alex.

    Alex is one of those characters where he's not a bad man but in his grief he's not making the best decisions. He does come around and I did end up liking him once he realized what a putz he was being. Claire was a fine heroine. She feels she's cursed by a string of deaths and broken engagements and she has panics over something from her past which was rather heartbreaking. I felt for her and did like her. She's stronger than she thinks.

    The romance was a bit rough for me. Again because of how things kicked off and secrets that were kept. I didn't really feel them falling in love or any huge connection. I didn't hate them together but they did frustrate me by not talking things out, leaving conversations "for later"-- something that kept happening. There were some sweet moments with them, though, and a little steam. I was okay with their ending.

    Overall, The Bad Luck Bride was just that. An okay read. I didn't hate it but I also wasn't wowed or really moved by it. On the writing front this did feel like a debut book to me. The writing fell flat for a good portion of the time but did have moments where things felt fleshed out and layered. It wasn't until around the 50% mark that I started to see that flare. And there were a couple plot holes that just didn't quite make sense to me. I could see the potential, though, and would be willing to give book two a try to see how MacGregor's writing advances.

  • Becca

    The Bad Luck Bride is Janna MacGregor's debut novel. I hate giving low reviews to new authors, especially when the writing is very good, but in this case the characterization really didn't work for me. This was a situation where I couldn't connect with such flawed characters and didn't enjoy the journey. Now, for those who read many of my reviews, you'll probably note that most of my favorite novels are usually of the lighter variety. I am one of those naive people who still goes through life in

    The Bad Luck Bride is Janna MacGregor's debut novel. I hate giving low reviews to new authors, especially when the writing is very good, but in this case the characterization really didn't work for me. This was a situation where I couldn't connect with such flawed characters and didn't enjoy the journey. Now, for those who read many of my reviews, you'll probably note that most of my favorite novels are usually of the lighter variety. I am one of those naive people who still goes through life in rose-colored glasses and in most situations (there are a few exceptions), it is what I like to read also.

    Despite the gorgeous, airy cover, this book is not at all light in content. This came as a surprise to me so I'd like to warn others. Both characters have deeply buried demons, which come to the fore throughout the novel to put strain on the characters' marriage. The book opens with a tremendously gothic scene where the "hero", Alex, Marquess of Pembrooke, is threatening the life of another man as a result of his sister's death. The book then jumps forward in time to show Lady Claire's life falling apart yet again as another fiance breaks off their engagement and she goes into full panic in the face of a thunderstorm. The reasons why the characters behave the way they do in each of these situations are slowly revealed as you read the novel, and they are darker and more depressing than I could have anticipated (again "rose-colored glasses").

    Lady Claire was at first a sympathetic character. She was vulnerable and had her fair share of secrets, but she showed grace and resilience despite her constant string of "bad luck." However, as the novel progressed, she became more erratic and the swing from happiness to despair made it hard for me to understand her emotionally. Granted, some of the things she became angry about made complete sense, but there were other times, I didn't understand why she acted the way she did because it only made things harder for everyone.

    Unlike my feelings for Lady Claire, I never had any respect for Alex. I have to hand it to MacGregor though, in a time where most "brooding" characters written are usually just softies who like to growl a bit, MacGregor truly created a man with demons to fight and who is not a golden-hearted saint underneath all of his anger. He is an angry, controlling man to his core, and is hell-bent on revenge regardless of the costs. Some of the decisions he makes to manipulate a situation in his favor with complete disregard for the effect his choices will have on others made my skin crawl. I kept thinking that if a man behaved this way in our time, I would be labeling him as an emotionally abusive husband. He had anger issues, he was manipulative, and he was constantly pulling Claire away from other people so she would be entirely dependent upon him. He also spied on her and justified his actions as "helping" her. Ick. Needless to say, despite his gorgeous exterior, Alex's soul was a dark, mangled mess. He is eventually redeemed, so if you enjoy darker books, you will like this one. However, if you like heroes who start out as good men, this isn't the book for you.

    Now, characters aside, I have to say that MacGregor's writing style is distinctive and very good. She writes interesting, complex sentences and does an excellent job describing a scene. I also felt like she had more historical details than most new authors I've seen of late. Granted, I am not historical expert and I am an American so I don't always pick up on the anachronistic/American phrases, but I do read a lot of historical romance, and this one "felt" more authentic.

    Overall, I couldn't give this a high rating because I really disliked the characters, particularly the hero. If I hadn't been reading this for an ARC, I probably wouldn't have finished it. However, I think MacGregor has a strong voice and a good grasp of historical detail. Therefore, if she can create characters who are a little more stable and consistent in emotion and action, I feel like I would enjoy her books. Even though this one didn't work for me, I will try her again if it looks like she writes a lighter book. Gothic/damaged hero readers, you'll love this. Rose-colored glasses wearers, give this one a pass. 2.5 stars.

    Thank you to the publisher and Netgalley for a chance to read and review.

  • Donna

    What a wonderful first book! I couldn’t put it down. It’s not a light story as it has complex characters who have some personal demons to overcome.

    The hero, Alex, Marquess of Pembroke is suffering from his younger sister’s suicide. He blames his former friend Lord Paul and is planning to ruin him. Lord Paul is to announce his engagement to Lady Claire Cavensham, the wealthy only child of the late Duke and Duchess of Langham, and Alex is going to prevent that announcement and marry her himself.

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    What a wonderful first book! I couldn’t put it down. It’s not a light story as it has complex characters who have some personal demons to overcome.

    The hero, Alex, Marquess of Pembroke is suffering from his younger sister’s suicide. He blames his former friend Lord Paul and is planning to ruin him. Lord Paul is to announce his engagement to Lady Claire Cavensham, the wealthy only child of the late Duke and Duchess of Langham, and Alex is going to prevent that announcement and marry her himself.

    Lady Claire has been engaged several times but something always goes wrong. She doesn’t love Paul but wants a family of her own and believes they could learn to love. When he doesn’t show at the ball she’s attending she hides in the garden to be found by Alex. When they are discovered together Alex announces his plan to marry her.

    I do not want to spoil this book by revealing too much of a complicated plot. Claire agrees to marry Alex as he will not interfere with her charity work and she is attracted to him. However, when she discovers the extent of his manipulations she leaves him. There is a HEA but you must read this book to learn about their healing and reconciliation. It’s a keeper.

    The secondary characters are interesting and I hope her cousins, his sister and his best friend get stories of their own.

    Thanks to NetGalley and the publisher for allowing me this ARC. Release date is May 2nd.

  • Mei

    At the beginning of this book I was confused by all the misconceptions, misunderstanding and mistrust swirling around.

    I couldn’t understand the thing about curse… Why Claire was cursed? She thought she was curse, why? What has she done? To whom? Mah…

    They’re running circles around each other. Sometime other characters interrupt the conversation between Claire and Alex and we’re left hanging as well as they are.

    I hated when that happened! Why people couldn’t see that they’re talki

    At the beginning of this book I was confused by all the misconceptions, misunderstanding and mistrust swirling around.

    I couldn’t understand the thing about curse… Why Claire was cursed? She thought she was curse, why? What has she done? To whom? Mah…

    They’re running circles around each other. Sometime other characters interrupt the conversation between Claire and Alex and we’re left hanging as well as they are.

    I hated when that happened! Why people couldn’t see that they’re talking and let them finish? Arghhh…

    Still I was intrigued enough to want, almost need, to find out how they’ll get themselves out of their predicament and I kept reading.

    The story is complicated and simple enough at the same time!

    Alex wants revenge for the suicide of his sister and is prepared to do everything, cheat, lie, manipulate everyone to obtain it!

    Poor Claire, who is cursed (I still don’t know what did she do to be cursed), is innocently in the middle of his revenge since she’s almost engaged with the man who (supposedly) ruined Alex’s sister thus causing her suicide.

    Alex, being an idiot and not wanting to listen to his friend, who tries constantly to caution him, cause her to brake her engagement and, at the same time, in guise of helping her, compromises her and at the same time offers her marriage.

    So they marry. But, while Alex starts to fall for his wife, at the same time he persists in doubting her fidelity and pursuing his revenge. He also hides what he’s done from her, falling more and more in a mire that his convoluted life has become!

    At the same time, Claire, unaware of what Alex is doing, tries her best to convince herself that her curse has ended and starts falling in love with Alex.

    Obviously, things unravel suddenly and both his and hers world collapses.

    Claire, disappointed by Alex’s duplicity and schemes, leaves him.

    Alex, fully in love with his wife and ready to do everything to make her return, muddles the things with every words he utters!

    This goes on and on and every time they have a talk trying to clear their situation somebody interrupts them! And Both, passively, let it happen! Double arghhh!!!

    At the end they solve their problems, but for me it was like climbing stairs on the 20th floor!!! At the end I was exhausted!

    But, because it kept me on my toes and made me feel strongly, I decided that this book merits a full 4 stars!

  • Erin Kelly

    The Bad Luck Bride is the debut book of author Janna MacGregor, but you certainly wouldn't know it by reading it. As a fan of historicals (and beautiful covers), I was super excited to dive into this one. What surprised me most was the combination of emotional depth and gorgeous prose coming from Ms. MacGregor. This is not a light, fluffy story about some bride who keeps having trivial "bad luck".

    The Story-

    Alexander has vowed revenge on his supposed friend who ruined the life of his sister, and

    The Bad Luck Bride is the debut book of author Janna MacGregor, but you certainly wouldn't know it by reading it. As a fan of historicals (and beautiful covers), I was super excited to dive into this one. What surprised me most was the combination of emotional depth and gorgeous prose coming from Ms. MacGregor. This is not a light, fluffy story about some bride who keeps having trivial "bad luck".

    The Story-

    Alexander has vowed revenge on his supposed friend who ruined the life of his sister, and part of that revenge includes taking his fiancee. Since he has the financial means to do so, and she happens to be somewhat desperate, this task isn't a particularly hard feat to manage. But actually connecting with his new bride and building a life with her? That's another matter entirely. Especially since the marriage was built on deception.

    Claire believes she is cursed. Her previous fiances have all died or broken engagements. When Lord Hallworth saves her from yet another broken engagement embarrassment, she begins to hope that her luck has changed. But old demons don't die, and marriage alone cannot save her.

    My Thoughts-

    From the very first page, I was struck at the vocabulary and gorgeous figurative language that the author uses. Disclaimer: yes, I am a high school AP English teacher. It reminded me of reading something closer to Jane Austen than many modern historical romances. Don't get me wrong: it isn't too difficult or flowery for the modern reader, but I appreciated that Ms. MacGregor respected the readers' intelligence enough to put more thought into word choice and imagery. Okay, I'll quit my English "critique" and move on to what most of you really care about: the characters and the story.

    I felt for both of these characters: they both had such tough things to work through. I like that the author dealt with these issues realistically and didn't just "heal" them with sex. Just like real life, real things take time and hard work to process.

    The story was fast-paced in the beginning and slowed a bit in the middle, but by the end, I was racing again to see what would happen. I have to say: I was surprised by the outcome. Rather than relying on an obvious trope, the author changes course in the final chapters. There are some questions left unanswered which will lead into book 2 (which I cannot wait for), but I found the ending satisfying and more realistic than I expected.

    I guess that is one of the more interesting things Ms. MacGregor brings to this book: people act more like real, flawed people than is normal in these types of books. Situations are more realistic. This is no fairy-tale, and I am not disappointed by that. After all, dashing Willoughby leaves Marianne, and Anna and Wentworth screwed up their lives for years, waiting to be together. Sometimes happy endings are hard to come by because we make it hard on ourselves.

    The Bottom Line-

    Janna MacGregor is poised to be included in the top echelon of historical romance authors. This is an outstanding debut novel, and fans of historical romance should definitely check this out. I cannot wait to see what else she has in store. 4 1/2 stars

  •  Danielle The Book Huntress (Back to the Books)

    This started out a little slow but I got very involved with this the story. Claire is one of the most tormented heroines I've read in a while, and even though Alex starts out wanting revenge, he's so caring, he won me over.

    Historical romance readers should check this one out.

    Reviewed for Affaire de Coeur Magazine.

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  • Sissy's Romance Book Review

    Book Review For: The Bad Luck Bride by Janna MacGregor 'The Bad Luck Bride" by Janna MacGregor is book One in "The Cavensham Heiresses" series. This is the story of Alexander Hallworth, Marquess of Pembrooke and Lady Claire Cavensham. Alex sister died pregnant and unmarried. Alex feels that his one time friend Lord Paul is to blame. With that knowledge Alex has taken it to seek revenge against him. With buying up all of Lord Paul's 'vowels' and moving forward to now take his future bride. Lord P

    Book Review For: The Bad Luck Bride by Janna MacGregor 'The Bad Luck Bride" by Janna MacGregor is book One in "The Cavensham Heiresses" series. This is the story of Alexander Hallworth, Marquess of Pembrooke and Lady Claire Cavensham. Alex sister died pregnant and unmarried. Alex feels that his one time friend Lord Paul is to blame. With that knowledge Alex has taken it to seek revenge against him. With buying up all of Lord Paul's 'vowels' and moving forward to now take his future bride. Lord Paul's future bride is Claire. Claire feels she has been cursed because each time she gets engaged it seems to end with several different issues with the groom. Now she is engaged to Lord Paul who is a friend of sorts. But now that engagement is going down hill quickly and Alex has stepped in. Claire doesn't know all that Alex is up to or what he has done. Alex is having trust issue with Claire...can these two work things out? Will Alex get over his revenge quest? "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

  • Stacey is Sassy

    I admit it would seem that Claire was having a run of bad luck but I really think it was more a matter of bad timing. By timing, I mean set in a historical romance time instead of contemporary romance time. Her run of bad luck with marriage prospects has given her a reputation of having a curse. Poor Claire has had one fiancé die, one lose a leg and another lost a duel and was banished. You would think fourth’s the charm? Ah, not for poor Clai

    I admit it would seem that Claire was having a run of bad luck but I really think it was more a matter of bad timing. By timing, I mean set in a historical romance time instead of contemporary romance time. Her run of bad luck with marriage prospects has given her a reputation of having a curse. Poor Claire has had one fiancé die, one lose a leg and another lost a duel and was banished. You would think fourth’s the charm? Ah, not for poor Claire. Good old #4 is a lying, scheming and financially destitute Lord who can’t be bothered to turn up to his engagement announcement. For a historical romance heroine, these circumstances are BAD. She could end up on the shelf and alone for the rest of her life.

    What if, poor Claire had all of this happen today in a contemporary romance?

    Well, there would be sympathy because of her lost love (of course it’s love, who would marry for anything less these days), but eventually, she’d maybe…or maybe not move on. No pressure, her choice she won't die if she's not married. If fiancé #2 lost his leg? Well, because you love him, you’d get him as much help as he needs. Whether you stay together is your and your partner's call. Then there’s fiancé #3…duel ending in death. Sir, it’s straight to prison for you buddy. No fancy trips to America or Australia for you. Ummm…financially destitute #4, well buddy, that’s your problem. It's not hers because she was smart enough to have separate bank accounts and assets in her name only.

    So, poor old Claire should have been born now instead of then.

    With #4 on the way out, all hope is lost…until…what appears to be a knight in shining armour, dashes in and saves the day. While Claire gives the ton a smile of pure joy, she gives her knight, Alex, the side eye. Why is, all of a sudden, this Marquess willing to saddle himself with a curse?

    Turns out our “knight” doesn’t keep his armour so shiny. Alexander Hallworth, Marquess of Pembrooke, is rubbing his hands together with glee. His plans for ruin and destruction are falling into place. Except…ummm…he kind of forgot that Lady Claire could be affected by his plan. He was only out to make Fiance #4’s life a living hell. And, he kind of likes Claire, like heart kaboom, she’s a hot chicky kind of likes. If she finds out about his plans, poor Alex’s life would end. A slight exaggeration, but he’s one of those silly males who acts before he thinks and forgets about love ruling the world.

    Now, maybe after reading my ramblings you would think that this story is a comedy? Well, I’m sorry to say but I kind of made fun of a very serious storyline. I hate to say it, but it wasn’t that funny. Claire’s life has been ruined by the death of her parents. She struggles with guilt for surviving and lives with haunted memories. Poor Alex isn’t just a villain/hero either. His path was set after the loss of his sister. His guilt for not protecting her set him on the path and it’s not until he meets Claire that he sees the errors of his ways.

    I really enjoyed

    and it kept my attention from start to finish. I will admit to shedding a tear or two, smirking a few times and stuttering like a twit when my son wanted an update of my book. They do this (my boys 10 &13), and I like to give them the PG version. His walking in (of course) was right when things were getting interesting in the bedroom. *Ummm…son…it’s a good book…plenty of discussions…about stuff.* He came in again and I then went into an in-depth discussion of why lying is bad and dealing with the repercussions of bad decisions. My poor boys…

    Anyways, if you’re a fan of historical romance and would like to read a story about bad luck turning into a happy ever after (eventually), I would definitely recommend

    Now, I need to know what on earth is going on with Somerton and Emma? Maybe, Somerton found a book that Emma will do anything for? I'll be back...


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