L'épouse de Lord Mackenzie
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: June 1st 2011
Publisher: J'ai lu
Pages no: 312
Edition language: French
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
GOLDEN OPPORTUNITY wasted. This book has 2 great characters. Mac and Isabella come alive in the pages. My heart yearns for their reconciliation. I was quite emotionally invested in them. The writing and characterization are great. Premise really interesting and struggles very real. A young couple fe...
Way back in January, I reviewed the first book in this series The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie. I really enjoyed it and thought it was a fresh take on historical romance. In it we were introduced to Isabella and Mac, the separated married couple who still love each other but can't get past old demo...
3.5 - being in the middle of a really good book series puts me in such a good mood all day.- The men in this series are protective without being overbearing. They're not one step away from a present day legal action. They actually have conversations and listen to their love interest. I know... SHOCK...
I dig stories where the husband tries to win his wife again. I'm glad the reason for their separation is not cheating and even after they separated none of them had sexual relations with others. But Isabella, why were you so hard on Mac? You should have comforted each other after your lost. He was h...
Genre: Historical Romance Year Published: 2010 Number of Pages: 316 pages Date Read: 12/26/2011 Series: Highland Pleasures #2 After reading Jennifer Ashley’s classic debut book “The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie,” I just had to read the second book in the “Highland Pleasures” series to satisfy my ...
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