Mad About the Earl
Designed to arrange matches of rank and affluence, the powerful Ministry of Marriage has no interest in love. But when does the heart ever play by the rules? Lady Rosamund Westruther has no objection to the match arranged for her by the Ministry—until she meets her intended. Gruff, stubborn... show more
Designed to arrange matches of rank and affluence, the powerful Ministry of Marriage has no interest in love. But when does the heart ever play by the rules? Lady Rosamund Westruther has no objection to the match arranged for her by the Ministry—until she meets her intended. Gruff, stubborn Griffin, Earl of Tregarth, is hardly the charming nobleman the classic beauty has dreamed of for so long. While a proper lady can’t cry off, she can demand a proper courtship …Griffin is aware of his duty to wed—and more convinced than ever that the lovely Rosamund has no place with a man like him. Built for fields and stables rather than drawing rooms, Griffin doubts he can win her in the polite manner society requires. But with every passing day, the attraction between them flares higher and hotter. Maybe there is more to love than meets the eye…
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 3rd 2012
Publisher: St. Martin's Paperbacks
Pages no: 328
Edition language: English
Series: Ministry of Marriage (#2)
Um. What is with this author and her woe-begotten male leads. They are so emo. Seriously. The full on "I'm no good" and lack of communication. And other levels of annoying. Ugh. *shakes head*
Lady Rosamund Westruther has no qualms about her arranged marriage to the Earl of Tregarth. In fact, she has many grand romantic allusions in her mind but those are all quickly forgotten when she arrives at his estate to finally meet Griffin. Rosamund is shocked that her betrothed is not waiting a...
4*It was a very nice book. While both the hero and heroine had some stupid-moments they got over them. I am very intrigued with all the other characters :D Christina has created a very fun world here and I hope all her books will be as good or better then this one.
The reason is that Mad About the Earl really blew me away when I read it and it was a breath of fresh air and originality in the world of Regency Romance where every book starts to sound the same. As much as Heiress in Love was typical, Mad About the Earl was atypical.In the first book in the series...