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Reader Review: All I can say is "Awww Hel!" Actually, her name is Heloise, but that's just to big a name for such a tiny woman, so I just called her Hel! Believe me the name fit! LOL She has befuddled down to a fine art. The anticipation, confusion, and uncertainty all thru this story was so good. Is was a great read.
Fearing a forced betrothal with a man known for his cruelty, Heloise Bergeron throws herself on the mercy of Charles Fawley, Earl of Walton. He believes himself attracted to her younger, beautiful sister, so what is he doing entertaining thoughts of marriage to the plain, quiet Heloise? But marry her he does.
Returning to England with a convenient wife, who inspires a very in convenient desire, Charles is about to discover just how untouched his French bride really is....
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|Title of Romance eBook: The Earl's Untouched Bride|
|Release Date: 02-01-2009|
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|Publisher: Harlequin Historical|
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The Earl's Untouched Bride
But Charles Algernon Fawley, the ninth Earl of Walton, ignored Conningsby too. Striding across the room to the sideboard, he merely unstoppered a crystal decanter, pouring its entire contents into the last clean tumbler upon the tray.
Conningsby opened one eye warily, and rolled it in the Earl's direction. 'Breakfast atTortoni's?' he grated hoarsely.
Charles tossed the glass of brandy back in one go, and reached for the decanter again.
'Don't look as though you enjoyed it much,' Conningsby observed, wincing as he struggled to sit up.
'No.' As the Earl realised the decanter was empty, his fingers curled round its neck as though he wished he could strangle it. 'And if you dare say I told you so '
'Wouldn't dream of it, my lord. But what I will say is'
'No. I listened to all you had to say last night, and, while I am grateful for your concern, my decision remains the same. I am not going to slink out of Paris with my tail between my legs like some whipped cur. I will not have it said that some false, painted jilt has made the slightest impact on my heart. I am staying until the lease on this apartment...
Title: The Earl's Untouched Bride
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Number of Comments: 3 Rating(s) 3 Review(s)
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I can't stand Heloise. She's absolutely the dumbes
May 19, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from New York
I can't stand Heloise. She's absolutely the dumbest and most spineless person in the world. I can't stand the fact that she is always doubting herself and doubting Charles. I mean for god's sake can't you see jealousy in front of you or read non-verbal cues.
All I can say is "Awww Hel!" Actually, her name is
February 28, 2009
Reviewer: A reader from knoxville, TN US
All I can say is "Awww Hel!" Actually, her name is Heloise, but that's just to big a name for such a tiny woman, so I just called her Hel! Believe me the name fit! LOL She has befuddled down to a fine art. The anticipation, confusion, and uncertainty all thru this story was so good. Is was a great read.
May 27, 2010
Reviewer: A reader from Sydney, NA2 AU
When I first read the overview I knew I had to have it. A second choice marriage of a powerful, wealthy, handsome man and a woman who lacks in every category of the 'ideal' wife. Marriage of convenience no longer when the Earl and his lady fall in love. These kinds of plots are my ideal Historical romance but it didn't live up to my expectations in this book. There was more dialogue and activity with his bride and his brother than with her and himself and this lead to jealousy yet obviously not enough to take matters in to his own hands. Despite his fears he continued to watch and draw conclusions than do somethng about it, like woo his wife. There wasn't adequate time spent with each other and this was frustrating. A built up lust never shown to each other, consummation of marriage was towards the later half of the book and her jealousy of her husbands ex mistress was ridiculous because there was nothing there to cause it other than what the ex lead her to believe. If he was seen in her company then yes I'd say ok but this wasn't the case. It certainly wouldve spiced things up if he were seen with his ex though. It would've been better if the two spent more time together and actually showed one another that they desired each other. There was a lot of misunderstandings between the two. All in all it was not bad.
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