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Convenient Wife Pleasured Lady

Free read Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ñ Carole Mortimer

Daniel Wycliffe Earl of Stanford expected Alice Fortesue to be an obedient and biddable wife not the vivacious beauty demanding he woo her before sharing his bed. it would have so easily been a 5 star if the story did not go on so fast the heroine went to see the hero on the eve of the wedding to challenge him they got married and after one week they went to a picnic where they just declared their love for each other that's all that happened in the book there were only 3 events

review Convenient Wife Pleasured Lady

Daniel has no intention on falling for his convenient bride but he needs to produce an heir soon in order to secure his inheritance He's certain that she won't be. The hero is a jerk the heroine is a twit and the prose is ploddingly painful The bones of the story are good but its body is nonexistent

Free read Ñ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ñ Carole Mortimer

Able to resist his seductive charms for longbut with Alice determined to accept nothing less than Daniel's love and respect will he be the one to surrender first. Probably this is unfair but the short length of the story makes this one difficult to judge This reads like an outline of a full novel Short stories should read like short stories not truncated novels The plot gave me whiplash with the change of heart happening in the space of two paragraphs Still it’s short enough so it’s not really a waste of time And by that I mean you can read it in under an hour

  • ebook
  • 212
  • Convenient Wife Pleasured Lady
  • Carole Mortimer
  • English
  • 07 August 2019
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About the Author: Carole Mortimer

I have written almost 250 romance novels in contemporary and Regency I am a USA Today Bestselling Author and recipient of the 2015 RWA Lifetime Achievement Award In 2014 I received a Pioneer of Romance Award from Romantic Times in the US and in 2012 I was recognised by ueen Elizabeth II for my 'outstanding service to literature' I am very happily married to Peter with six sons and live on the