Educated scholar Catherine Hartland has yet to meet a man who takes her intellect seriously or views the opposite sex as anything but mere playthings. Bluestocking Bride By Elizabeth Thornton – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Read Bluestocking Bride by Elizabeth Thornton by Elizabeth Thornton by Elizabeth Thornton for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, .
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Written soap-opera style with multiple points of view, you can expect lots of drama, sex, and tabloid-worthy events. Two male relatives on journey to a property that the elder male has inherited from a distant uncle. Google Books — Loading Your use of the site and services is subject to these policies and terms. She decides it’s time to run. It starts out very much like The Nonesuch by Georgette Heyer.
She’s sexy as sin, sharp as hell, and she’s also the lush little harpy who’s been rubbing me wrong since we were kids. Catherine who is reading Greek in the library of Richard’s new home is mistaken for a servant and well it goes down hill from there.
Dec 01, yoli rated it really liked it Recommends it for: At one point Richard explains his reasoning for having two mistresses and I had a book tossing moment though I wasn’t about to throw my Kindle at the wall!
She writes a balanced book with brilliant characters. Though he’s unexpectedly found himself in line to inherit a dukedom, Radford’s never been part of fashionable society, and the blonde beauty, though not entirely bereft of brains, isn’t part of his plans. Such a great story I will read again and again. Charlotte has made me a fan for life. What’s the worst that can happen? After reading her first romance, a Regency by Georgette Heyer, she was captivated by the genre.
Dawson Johnson — The dark and dreamy marketing consultant joins Captive to escape his past. There is a short story attached to the end a rather long one, for the record that is less good but still a nice read.
There is also a bit about a diamond necklace and a mistress that made me very angry!! Open Preview See a Problem? Charlotte Byrd leaves me speechless and humble… It definitely kept me on the edge of my seat. I was very in I wanted to love this book, but it was so disheartening! The novel “Bluestocking Bride” is just pages – the rest of the volume is a novella “Sheer Sorcery”, which Enjoyable traditional-style Regency. Hereafter, writing became her hobby.
When she happens across Tim’s new girlfriend, she is given a chance to turn the tables on the man who’s made it his life’s mission to ruin her life. Add to Your books. I didn’t “gel” with the relationship between Richard, the Marquis of Rutherston and the elizqbeth Catherine Hartland.
Feb 19, Mel rated it it was ok. Please try again later. His life is perfect until bluesfocking only girl he ever loved walks back into it, causing him to wonder if he truly has it all. Bluestocking Bride by Elizabeth Thornton.
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Yet as much as her head demands she ignore his bold, sensual gaze, his beautifully sculpted features, and his clear intent to kiss her senseless, her heart dictates otherwise Amazon Kindle 0 editions. No current Talk conversations about this book. Quite well-written for a first novel, and fun – I had to look up all the ancient Greek literary references to see what the heroine was reading and talking about.
References to this work on external resources. Wikipedia in English 1 Elizabeth Thornton. That is until she finds out her husband is suing her boyfriend, Ben O’Leary. Book added to the bookshelf Ok.
Richard, the hero is very much the alpha-hole in this story about a proud entitled peer who has two mistresses and yet the wherewithal to go after the lovely Catherine. As a rule I enjoy this author’s Regency romances My second reading of this novel.
But Laurel brings out the bastard in me, and five minutes hardly seemed enough time to make her squirm. I admit I chose this one for its title. Catherine seemed like a promising heroine at first but she gave in too easily and allowed self-doubts to nearly ruin her marriage. Susan rated it it was amazing Jul 24, Bell rated it liked it Mar 21, Milica rated it really liked it Jun 17, I have read some really wonderful romances by Thornton, but this was not one of them.
Five years later, having completed an Honor’s thesis on Women in Euripides, she received her B. The spotlight is on. When drama starts at work, she may decide to give it all up for life out of the fast lane. CD Audiobook 0 editions. There was an error reconnecting.