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New York: Farrar, Straus and Giroux, Wharton, Edith. Maureen Howard. Library of America, Cambridge: Houghton Mifflin Company, Wolff, Cynthia Griffin. New York: Oxford University Press, Jay Martin decides that along with Summer and Ethan Frome , it is one of her chief works of naturalism. Hawkins and the man who finds Evelina begging on the streets and puts her on a train bound for New York. The fatal attraction of Mr. A French-American journal dedicated to short story and other short forms of writing. In my head they all looked the same - grubby faces with ratty hair and dirt-smeared and torn clothes how could they look otherwise with the amount of trouble that lot got into?
Then we had the ridiculous reference to Snow White , which was nearly years too early for the date of this story. There was also the always irritating typos - grammar and spelling, but YAY the punctuation was fine - and a couple of cases of the author not knowing what the word she was using actually meant.
View 2 comments. Sep 01, Nissie Lambert rated it it was amazing Shelves: romance , historical-romance , made-me-cry , books-i-own , fiction , great-characters , favorites , made-me-laugh , teresa-medeiros. I love books that can make me laugh and I love books that can make me cry. This one did both! It has kind of a Cinderella beginning.
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A widow with a little girl marries and when she shows up, she has not only 2 wicked step-siblings for the little girl, but a whole carriage full of them. The father doesn't die and leave her alone with this dastardly crowd, he just doesn't defend her against them when they turn her into their slave. Thirteen years later she agrees to marry a man she's never seen to I love books that can make me laugh and I love books that can make me cry.
Thirteen years later she agrees to marry a man she's never seen to get away from them. When she arrives at her new home, she finds that her new husband has 12 dreadful children of his own! He doesn't want a wife, but a mother for his children. Children that he is terrified of!
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The ensuing battles are hilarious! They do everything kids can do to run her off. When nothing works, they join forces with their new mama to wear papa down. I was thoroughly entertained!! Very seldom do I find a book that has a hero and a heroine that I like all the way through the book. This one does. This is the first book written by Teresa Medeiros that I've read and I can't wait to get to the others I have. Oct 02, kris rated it it was ok. Barron has eleventy bajillion children who are wrecking havoc on his peace. I was completely disappointed by the handling of the no-babies plotline.
I know, historically, it's not a conversation that necessarily works quite like it would in a contemporary setting, but a birth control has always been a thing, and b I'm pretty sure that not all womankind throughout all of history have been super gungho about babies because SEE 1. And I don't fault women who DO want babies!
Holy shit those kids. The tone of this thing made me pretty uncomfortable several times? Jun 25, Zoe added it Shelves: no-can-do. I know I will never pick this up again. What a load of you know what. This entire series is poorly done.
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Or I am just not much for fairy tales as romance. Feb 20, Emily rated it it was amazing Shelves: humorous , series , single-dad , title-c , author-m , characters-w , genre-historical , virgin , betrayal , fiesty-heroine. Lord Bannor the Bold is feared throughout the lands, even a whisper of his name has others quivering in their boots, his virility is legendary, his talent with the sword is unmatched, but his children terrify the living daylights out of him.
With their knack for conjuring up trouble, Bannor needs a wife with a gentle hand who will treat them as her own and teach them the manners they need desperately. His once condition, make sure she is homely, for Bannor never wants to be tempted to have child Lord Bannor the Bold is feared throughout the lands, even a whisper of his name has others quivering in their boots, his virility is legendary, his talent with the sword is unmatched, but his children terrify the living daylights out of him.
His once condition, make sure she is homely, for Bannor never wants to be tempted to have children again.
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Willow, once had a dream, when she found out she had a new mama on the way, she celebrated and couldn't wait to embrace her in a hug. Her dream was abruptly halted when her stepmother treated her no differently than a maid and handed over the raising of her bratty children. When a steward arrives with the offering to take Willow as the bride for his Lord, he believes he has found the gentle, robust, and homely bride his Lord has asked for.
That quickly changes when he gets a closer look and finds a raven haired beauty with a grace he has never seen before, his Lord is going to kill him. Bannor is not happy, he wanted a wife who would not tempt him, he has one who tempts him in everyway imaginable. What to do The battle has been drawn, although Willow won't back down and finds some unexpected allies along the way. Bannor can't recall being this entertained ever, but the one thing he wants is Willow's surrender.
Wonderful read, I loved the whole aspect of this story. Bannor the bold, ends up Bannor the flustered where Willow is concerned. Highly entertaining. Aug 24, Amelia Fransisca rated it it was amazing Shelves: historical-romance , favorite-alpha , tearjerker , 4-and-a-half-stars , hilarious , kickass-heroine , favorites.
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