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10 thoughts on “Chosen as the Frenchman's Bride

  1. says:

    This was a simple too simple IMO story of the English virgin schoolteacher meeting the playboy tycoon on a holiday and having an affair since their stunning looks and sexual attraction were so overwhelming She winds up pregnant and they marry because of the baby For conflict the author has the heroine refuse to sleep with the H once they are married because her feelings will overwhelm her during sex and she will confess that she loves him uelle horreur Sacre bleu What a tragedy that would beNeedless to say I found this flimsy conflict stupid and tiresome since it was used instead of an actual plot This was one of AG's first HN's and I can definitely see where her writing has improved Perhaps on another day I might have rated this bk higher since I love AG's sexy and angsty writing but I couldn't overcome the lack of an actual plot this timeTropes the Playboy of the Western World and the Virgin trouble making wannabe Other Woman Virgin Sex is so mindblowing that he forgets to use a condomNote H later appears in The Mediterranean Billionaire's Blackmail Bargain


  2. says:

    3 weak stars Hh fall in love at first sight but neither will admit anything beyond a strong attraction Virgin heroine spends a magical week with the hero on his French island in off the coast and then returns to England with her heart broken after the hero's PA insinuates that the h is one of many and the hero always wines and dines his women like this Four months later the heroine is pregnant and see the H is in London for business She makes an appointment and he agrees to see her She tells him she's pregnant He insists they marry See what I mean? No conflictShe refuses to have sex with him He bows to her wishes They eventually have sex They each think they are the only one to care Eventually the heroine cracks after he offers her her freedom and says those three fatal words HEA with a twins epilogueThere are some nice travelogue moments of the island that had been hit by an earthuake a century before and wiped out most of the population Hero is a good guy Heroine is sweetly stupid about keeping the H at bay for so long Read if you need a break from conflict and angst


  3. says:

    Reading this I was surprised by the low ratings as I liked the characterisation and the reluctant but hot chemistry between the mcs But I soon learnt betterThe hH indulge in a agreed upon a short week long holiday fling the local French nobleBillionaire and the sub schoolteacher Briton What follows is some low key ow drama some overdone virgin surprise and both trying to keep their emotions at bay The week ends the H wants her to stay but she's been worked upon by the ow so she refuses Few months later and a no surprise pregnancy makes an appearance the one time in his life he forgoes precaution and she marches to his London office he's conveniently visiting to tell him and turns to leave as she that's all she intended to do tell him But he has other plans for his heir and the incubator So an moc it is All well and good but then it drags and drags till you want to scream The conflict was such a no goIt's impossible to tolerate a sophisticated french guy behaving like a petty schoolboy And girl if you want sex so badly Indulge You've got a sex god for a husband and you are a self proclaimed gauche a few ILYs screamed out should be de rigueur given the situation But she shows control than a nun and fills up few chapters doing itSo silly so unneeded so unnatural


  4. says:

    Rating 2 12 starsA story that started out with potential and struggled for conflict in the plot dragging on at the end to a boring fizzle The OW angst was lame and the H and h were both annoying the heck out of me by the time I reached the finale If there was one The only thing saving this story was the setting and little else This rather lackluster story by an author who usually shines is a let down


  5. says:

    Updated March312015This was the first book I read by Abby Green I remember I loved it maybe I need to re read it


  6. says:

    3 12 Stars While this premise is one that is well used and is predictable in many ways Ms Green gives Xavier and Jane such great chemistry that I didn't mind in the least After having her heart turned sour by Sasha's lies Jane vows never to let Xavier know her true feelings These two are tortured by their own pain that they keep hidden from the other This is Ms Green's debut and I enjoyed her fresh voice and found this a compelling read I'm eagerly looking forward to reading of her books


  7. says:

    I thought this was pretty boring There just wasn't much drama to the plot just your basic accidental pregnancy neither one bothers to tell the other how heshe is feeling


  8. says:

    This was kind of boring with almost no plot at all Likable characters and good writing but there was something missing here


  9. says:

    I would of liked to see the villain Sasha get hers but unfortunately it didn't happen The hero and heroine fought a lot because they denied their love for each other Eventually when the truth came out things changed it was kind of romantic how the heroine came out with all her feelings I liked it for that reason it had nice emotional content


  10. says:

    Another good book from Abby Green A uick easy read full of angstWould happily read again


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Chosen as the Frenchman's Bride

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But she's inexperienced and a virgin Falling in love isn't part of the planneither is discovering she's pregnant. Updated March

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Tall bronzed Frenchman Xavier Salgado Lézille isn't a man a girl can say no to easily Jane tries to play it cool. 3 weak stars

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Once theaffair is overXavier knows she's carrying his child and he wants an heir Jane has been chosen ashis brid. I thought thi