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The Plumed Bonnet
This was so unreasonable I almost amry to reread it just to keep count. It could get a little spoilery from here on out, but I don’t talk about the later parts of the book.
The subtler stories, like this one, get low ones. This review is for you other weirdos out there. The snare is that he takes her to the place to meet her relatives I like that Balogh introduces the idea of homosexuality and how it was perceived at the time. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. They find themselves in a compromising position which is not at all what it seems and are forced to marry.
She had nervously slept last night for only a few minutes at a time on the side of the road. But Balogh did not disappoint. But not in the way you would typically think. Cora is a mess!
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Mary Balogh says in a prologue to this book that she didn’t think she could possibly sell this book because it featured a beta hero and a working prostitute heroine. She has an incredible back list of Signet regencies, many of which are out of print and exorbitantly priced on the used book market.
Aug 06, Chetan Shet rated it liked it Shelves: Maybe the heroine was oa little slow on the uptake, but still a good read. Indeed, he has many very masculine pursuits that contradict her initial assumption and yet never bothers to revisit her conclusion.
Just adult and human interaction. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. May 19, Crista rated it really liked it Shelves: Anyway, read this book as a farce and you’ll be all right.
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Unrequited love for another. Nov 03, Donna rated it liked it. It’s like a regency Stepford Wives with her suppressing all her emotions and individuality and saying over and over, “How can I please you? First published init is connected to the Stapleton-Downs series.
Priscilla had perfected a cheerful cover that we saw change and I liked that, but there was nothing such for Gerald and their relationship did not have much interest either.
Mar 02, Jo rated it it was ok Shelves: Stephanie accepts as she feels she has no option she has to marry to receive her inheritance mxry she does admire the Duke very balogn for what she feels was a good deed towards her. Return to Book Page. The Plumed Bonnet is another 2-in-1 re releases of Ms. Yes, I think, that is what it would be like. Did she have a family? I think this is a lovely book. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
And while Stephanie’s plight when Alastair made his offer was probably realistic, I rejected it probably just because I didn’t like it.
Regency fans who want a change from the usual rake and virgin theme. Other than this quality, which may not bother other readers as much as it did me, it’s a perfectly well-written book.
But Sir Gerald Stapleton frequented Mrs. On his cop, I wouldn’t have continued to read more about this unlikable man. The heroine is just there. The heroine was sensible balofh practical and did not suffer from those annoying angsty dramatics or self-pity.
She expected it to be rejected.
Characterization is everything in a story, especially this one. Alistair Munro, Duke of Bridgwater, is riding in his carriage when he comes upon Stephanie Gray, a woman walking the road in a brightly colored cloak and a bonnet with differently colored plumes.
Cora is exactly wh My what laughter. That imbalance of her changing herself to meet her idea of his expectations persists for a long time and could have become lw beyond all reason.
The Famous Heroine (Stapleton-Downes, #5) by Mary Balogh
After all, the dialogue adds a lot to the story, does it not? He is bound and determined to not believe her and that is because he wants her to be something other than what she is.
Jun 07, Mixedbagreader rated it really liked it Shelves: