Reader Review: Well I think this book was so, so. Though the part of the story that dealt with the two leading characters: their attraction, the conflicts in their lives, the passion that they shared, it all made sense. What failed to impress were the sub characters and their interaction with the heroien. There were lots of hints about intrigues and conflicts but nothing resolved there. So during reading it kept distracting me, which wasn't very helpful. I would certainly have given this book higher rating but the inconsistancies were to many. Frankly, I wasn't impressed much!
Their wedded bliss had been short-lived, but Eliza Fortune never forgot those breathless nights of passion with Reese Parker. When a shattering betrayal detonated the union, the heartbroken heiress hid her secret marriage to spare her family further scandal. But all bets were off now that Reese was back. This tuxedo-clad tycoon was nothing like the down-to-earth wildcatter she once knew. Despite his barely-contained anger, the fire in Reese's eyes suggested he had every intention of tangling between the sheets with Eliza again. Once all their sordid secrets were exposed, would Reese finally exact his revengeor repent by reclaiming his bride?
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|Release Date: 03-01-2007|
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Fortune's Vengeful Groom
From up on stage, Eliza Fortune smiled with satis-faction as her gaze traveled around the large ballroom filled with invited guests, the men dressed in authentic three-piece suits and the women in elegant gowns of the Old West. She'd designed and decorated the ballroom for the event. "Thanks, Nic. It was a labor of love."
"Well, you've outdone yourself this time. Everyone is having a wonderful time and your Basket DinnerAuction idea is going over well. You're raising thousands of dollars for the reparations to the Old West Museum."
The auctioneer announced another dinner basket to be auctioned off. Chloe McMurphy stepped up to the podium and lifted the flap on her basket, retrieving a pledge card to give to the auctioneer. "This lovely young lady will provide dinner for two, three or four. Her specialty is fried chicken and the best dumplings in Minnehaha County. And an added bonus of home-baked apple pie. Now that's what I call a real fine South Dakota meal."
Eliza tensed suddenly and glanced at her friend with apprehension. Only she and Nicole remained up on stage. All the other dinners had been auctioned off. "I hope someone bids on my basket."
"You've got to be kidding. Who wouldn't want to have a dinner cooked expressly by Eliza Fortune? At the Fortune estate, no less. I bet your dinner pledge goes for the highest bid of all."
Eliza scoffed. "Only if my father or brother decide to take pity on me. My family's out there somewhere and they know I'm not the best cook."
"Won't matter," Nicole said adamantly. "You're gonna raise a lot of money tonightand not from Nash or Creed Fort...
Title: Fortune's Vengeful Groom
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
56 of 111 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
Enjoyable book- great series
July 30, 2007
Reviewer: A reader from Kensington, AU
The Dakota Fortunes mini series has been an enjoyable lot of books to read. This one about Eliza is the typical desire type book- the characters were appealing and the storyline was easy to read
January 25, 2011
Reviewer: A reader from DOHA, QAT
Well I think this book was so, so. Though the part of the story that dealt with the two leading characters: their attraction, the conflicts in their lives, the passion that they shared, it all made sense. What failed to impress were the sub characters and their interaction with the heroien. There were lots of hints about intrigues and conflicts but nothing resolved there. So during reading it kept distracting me, which wasn't very helpful. I would certainly have given this book higher rating but the inconsistancies were to many. Frankly, I wasn't impressed much!
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