Never a Gentleman
HE HIDES HIS TRUE COLORS . . . Miss Grace Fairchild is under no illusions about her charms. Painfully plain, she is a soldier's daughter who has spent her life being useful, not learning the treacherous ways of the ton. She may have been caught in a scandal with society's favorite rogue, but how... show more
HE HIDES HIS TRUE COLORS . . . Miss Grace Fairchild is under no illusions about her charms. Painfully plain, she is a soldier's daughter who has spent her life being useful, not learning the treacherous ways of the ton. She may have been caught in a scandal with society's favorite rogue, but how can she marry him when it means losing herself?WHILE SHE HIDES HER TRUE SELF . . .Diccan Hilliard doesn't know which of his enemies drugged him and dumped him in Grace's bed, but he does know the outcome. He and Grace must marry. To his surprise, a wild, heady passion flares between them. Yet Diccan is trapped in a deadly game of intrigue Grace knows nothing about. Will his lies destroy Grace just as he realizes how desperately he needs her? And how can he hope for a future with her, when an old enemy has set his murderous sights on them both?
Publish date: April 1st 2011
Pages no: 480
Edition language: English
Series: The Drake's Rakes (#2)
This book doesn't belong in a romance category. I read 56% of the book and I finally had it. To begin with, I felt like I was re-reading The Arranged Marriage by Jo Beverly published in 1991. Both books are absolutely terrible. I reached the last straw after reading this sentence “All those things I...
no rating, because I only skimmed this one and probably won't ever read ...There's waaaaay too much angst, with little to no grovelling. h seemed to go through hell, and even if H felt bad, I'd still have liked the h, to have taken more then a second to forgive him!
There are two things I'm a sucker for in my romance books - a good cry and an injured hero. This was a good cry. In fact, I was weepy pretty much from the start to the end. When a heroine's self-esteem is so low that she thinks no one would ever want her and then circumstances (whether true or no...
Why oh why? I read Dinjolina's review : http://www.goodreads.com/review/show/162487842and still I ventured forth, trying to find some redeeming material to this book, but failed. I was rooting for Grace and Diccan, but when Grace is shown how Diccan is 'enjoying' his mistress and to have Grace tell ...
This is an amazing book with one of the best heroines I have every read. The hero is pretty good as well. The details and side characters of this book make it wonderful. There is too many to name or would I want to give away the most tasty parts. However, the book dangles by a thread to me in places...
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