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One Wicked Winter

Urned from the war a changed man full of rage and guilt Suspecting one of his house guests the bluestocking Belinda Holbrook is about to trap unsuspecting and gullible Lord Nibley into marriage he goes to warn him only to get caught himself Furious but honour bound to do the right thing Edward finds himsel Very Good My first time reading this author s work and enjoyed it very much Great storylines and interesting and believable characters Didn t want Edward and Belle s story to end and have already purchased the next in series Belle s sister Crecy s book 7

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F married to a woman he doesn't trust and knows nothing about and he has no intention of trying to find out Yet Belinda is made of sterner stuff and refuses to be afraid of the angry man she married Somehow she determines to melt icy Lord Winterbourne's frozen heart and she's prepared to be wicked to do it Now We re TalkingI ll start off by saying there are two things I don t like Regency Romances and starting a series in the middleRegency Romances are not my cup of teathey never have been From the cardboard characters to the gratuitous sex scenes to the painfully obvious plot devices my blue stocking brain had no as in zero time for them If someone recommended a book with a bare chested man or half dressed woman or both on the cover I d politely but firmly decline This book has changed my mind FINALLY a heroine with a backbone and a brain And a hero that is far from perfect I d say but I m afraid I d give out some spoilers another thing I m not fond ofThe main characters are very well developed as are some of the secondary ones It s obvious to tell which ones appeared in previous novels as their backstories were only alluded to but somehow without reading the earlier books I got a very clear picture of who they were and what they were made of The lesser characters Aunt Grimble comes to mind were of the cardboard variety but I didn t mind once they served their purpose they were removedI think what I loved best about this book was its realistic depiction of marriage It s not all promises and roses longing glances across ballrooms and romantic horse rides into the sunset It s arguments misunderstandings surprises and little realizations that somehow you ended up with the perfect person for youAll in all a fantastic book by a clever author I m seriously thinking about searching my local library for the other book in this series Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic refuses to be afraid of the angry man she married Somehow she determines to melt icy Lord Winterbourne's frozen heart and she's prepared to be wicked to do it Now We Earthfall (Homecoming, re TalkingI ll start off by saying there are two things I don t like Regency Romances and starting a series in the middleRegency Romances are not my cup of teathey never have been From the cardboard characters to the gratuitous sex scenes to the painfully obvious plot devices my blue stocking brain had no as in zero time for them If someone A Daddy for Christmas recommended a book with a bare chested man or half dressed woman or both on the cover I d politely but firmly decline This book has changed my mind FINALLY a heroine with a backbone and a brain And a hero that is far from perfect I d say but I m afraid I d give out some spoilers another thing I m not fond ofThe main characters are very well developed as are some of the secondary ones It s obvious to tell which ones appeared in previous novels as their backstories were only alluded to but somehow without Banned in Britain reading the earlier books I got a very clear picture of who they were and what they were made of The lesser characters Aunt Grimble comes to mind were of the cardboard variety but I didn t mind once they served their purpose they were Hour of the Beast removedI think what I loved best about this book was its Dictionary Of Dreams realistic depiction of marriage It s not all promises and The Love of a Latino roses longing glances across ballrooms and Other Days, Other Eyes romantic horse Deception Island rides into the sunset It s arguments misunderstandings surprises and little The Family realizations that somehow you ended up with the perfect person for youAll in all a fantastic book by a clever author I m seriously thinking about searching my local library for the other book in this series

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Blackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage Edward Greyston Maruess of Winterbourne is uite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares however are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo he has ret Unfortunately there was way too much telling so much it ruined what would have a been a great book with a wonderfully grumpy H He has PTSD and he s rude demanding and boxes with his valet The h is desperate to marry to save herself and her beautiful but odd sister He allows the h to compromise them but the pacing was off so where we needed details we didn t get followed up with pages of descriptions The h is a little too perfect knew so much about things she shouldn t which should have made her interesting but missed the mark at first She did improve significantly towards the end Overall the book was OK with tedious details


10 thoughts on “One Wicked Winter

  1. says:

    This felt like a cross between a Tessa Dare and Elizabeth Hoyt which is an odd combination but two authors I like for totally different reason

  2. says:

    Very boring bookThey were hardly together in the book and their conversations were glossed over Only sex scenes were there I don't know how out of the blue they fell in loveAtleast the author didn't romanticise PTSDwhich was the saving grace of this book

  3. says:

    Unfortunately there was way too much telling so much it ruined what would have a been a great book with a wonderfully grumpy H He has PTSD and he's rude demanding and boxes with his valet The h is desperate to marry to save herself and her beautiful but odd sister He allows the h to compromise them but the pacing was off so where we needed

  4. says:

    💝 FREE on today 1162018 💝BlurbBlackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage Edward Greyston Maruess of Winterbourne is uite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares however are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo he has returned from the war a changed man full of rage and guilt Suspecting one of his house gues

  5. says:

    The author has penned one of the finest and most accurate depictions of PTSD I have ever read Back then nobody knew what to make of the malady Maruess Edward returns from the battle of Waterloo in the throes of PTSD Big strong unpredictable and frightening He is accidently compromised with Belle a guest at his house party Regency h

  6. says:

    Very Good 💙💛💙 My first time read

  7. says:

    Now We’re TalkingI’ll start off by saying there are two things I don’t like Regency Romances and starting a series in the middleRegency Romances are not my cup of teathey never have been From the cardboard characters to the gr

  8. says:

    Emotional and touchingThis was an emotional and touching love story that dealt with the mental problems caused by war Edward the Maruees of Winterbourne had lived through the war but the images of the deaths of his men and the guilt he felt at surviving while they had died were tormenting him Edward used to be a happy cheerful and well liked gentleman but the war had changed him to a reclusive and ornery man who just wanted to be left alo

  9. says:

    This is book #6 in this series and I have read them all can you tell I love them The women are strong and cunning not afraid to do what has to be done to either snag a man or make him come around to her way of thinkingEdward Greyston

  10. says:

    Another wonderful regency romance from Ms LeechIn Book 6 of Rogues Gentlemen not only do we meet delightful new characters but are reacuainted with several old favorites from the previous books In Edward Greyston the Maruess whom we met in Book 5 Ms Leech has constructed a complex fascinating and tortured character perfectly descriptive of

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