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Her Bridegroom Bought and Paid For (Brides of Karadok Book 4)

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As another consequence of this, too much of the book focused on Aimee’s and Konrad’s relationship with other people, rather than their own relationship. Overall, this was a fun and sweet read that provide lovely escapist fantasy, especially during this tiring time. He was standoffish until the very end of the book, and then I felt the development of his relationship with Aimee was rushed. Railway magnate Tom Severin is wealthy and powerful enough to satisfy any desire as soon as it arises. When heiress Hastings Trent is joined with warrior Severin Langthorne in marriage, she must uncover the mystery surrounding a secluded estate known as Rosehaven.

The MC dynamic is one of my favourites - plucky and fun heroine who loves her man and grumpy hero who doesn’t realize how lucky he has it until it’s too late. Advertising Disclosure: Please note that many links to retailers are affiliate links, which yields a commission for us. They didn’t spend any significant amount of time together until after the 75% mark, and even then, it wasn’t a lot. Though I will highly praise the use of language because I was only listen I thought I’d lose the plot at points. The women's father is a wealthy merchant, which makes the marriages advantageous for the knights, and also a loving example of a parent for a change.

In this case it was Roland Vawdry, my favorite Vawdry, who acts without thinking, wears his emotions on his sleeve and doesn't hold a grudge. Lara has only one thought for her husband on their wedding day: I will bring your kingdom to its knees. Even though they sometimes messed up (especially Konrad), nothing done was unforgivable and the reasoning behind their actions was at least somewhat understandable. Men like his friends who had interests like wanting to court a lady, or who were married and wanted to skip the tourneys were just “losing touch with reality”. Proud Sir Jeffree, raised in the expectation of succeeding to his uncle’s title, is appalled to become ensnared in a scheme to discredit his uncle’s intended bride.

His destiny was a cruel one, his homelands confiscated for his part in the Northern uprising, he ekes out a lonely nomadic existence, travelling from one tournament to another. Theodora knows in her heart that she has star quality but sadly, no-one else in her theatrical family feels the same way. To the amusement of her makeshift guardian, Colin, younger brother of the Marquess of Caineswood, the bold raven-haired beauty instantly captivated London society. No ow/om drama, h was a virgin and H was not (but had been celibate since a war injury scarred his face). She is both terrified and exhilarated that she has finally taken the plunge into the world of e-publishing.

The red pox sweeps the summer palace at Caer-Lyones and Lenora’s fair face falls victim to its ravages. Mathilde grows frustrated with her sheltered life at court and so runs away (with the help of a few pages) to go to her husband, Guy. However, the sheer number of secondary characters and details about them unfortunately made it, at times, seem like the purpose of this book was to establish characters and their stories for future books.

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