Lady of Quality Although her marriage to the Marquis of Emberay had been one of convenience Eliza considered it a happy match and believed her husband to be equally content until she discovered that he had become in

  • Title: Lady of Quality
  • Author: Rachelle Edwards
  • ISBN: 9780708952405
  • Page: 202
  • Format: Paperback
  • Although her marriage to the Marquis of Emberay had been one of convenience, Eliza considered it a happy match and believed her husband to be equally content until she discovered that he had become infatuated with opera singer Marisa Tarrazi.

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    1. I didn't think I was going to be able to get through this book in the beginning. The hero was such an unconscionable CHEATER who had the nerves to fall in love with his mistress and was actually thinking of procuring a divorce from the heroine so he could be with this B*@#$%!! He did not love the heroine at first since it was a marriage of convenience but they had two kids and were married for years and it broke my heart that he was ready to throw them all away for the conniving Slu#!! Oh but ho [...]

    2. This book was very well-written. It gave you a true sense of the time period and what was acceptable and what wasn't. It was also probably the most chaste regency I have ever read, sex was implied but never written about. No matter, it suited the book, which I read in one evening, it was that good!

    3. My copy was a library copy and in LARGE PRINT. Never had a large print book before. Looks like a schoolbook from first grade. But you get used to it and in the end I even liked it. The story was very tame. I also expected more heartbreak and was quite disappointed. Sex is substituted with intimidate whispering and hand kisses, if anyone should look for a more steamy reading. The end of the book is not very authentic. Three stars because I liked the heroine. She's strong and takes matters in her [...]

    4. OMG i tossed this book at least twice. if i could have reached thru the pages and throttled this cheater and his nastty mistress I would haveat being said I loved itlol. IT was a short read and definately made you have a reaction to it

    5. Is it possible to write a novel with sentences with more than 10-12 words? Obviously it is complicated for Edwards. All in all, a harmless reading, not passionate at all, sometimes a bit too washy and somehow uninteresting. The h is much too restrained and the H too infantile. 2,5 stars. Pity that I bought the book in USA (on line) and it was much too expensive.

    6. I discovered Rachelle Edwards years ago and have enjoyed combing bookstores for her regencies. I found this one to be as interesting and well-written as the others. I like stories centered around a marriage of convenience where the couple find love after marriage. The heroine is extremely likable and faces the challenges of her position with dignity and courage. It took me a while to warm up to her husband, but in the end, he proved to be worthy of her love and respect. A good read.

    7. i never expected that i would enjoy reading this. the heroine is likable. i want to kick the hero a lot of times. and i want to throttle the mistress hahaa! does this happen in most of marriages? perhaps. i am not quite sure why i adore implied sex in the novels. maybe because it always leave everything to my imagination brrr

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