How can an honourable lady like Lady Catriona Hennessy unite with a rake like Richard Cynster? Though charmed by his commanding presence, she cannot give up her independence. Marriage had not previously been on Richard′s agenda, but perhaps taming the lady was just the challenge he needs - if he... show more
How can an honourable lady like Lady Catriona Hennessy unite with a rake like Richard Cynster? Though charmed by his commanding presence, she cannot give up her independence. Marriage had not previously been on Richard′s agenda, but perhaps taming the lady was just the challenge he needs - if he can have the rights of the marriage bed without making any revealing promises of love?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 1st 1999
Pages no: 416
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
Series: Cynster (#3)
The romance kept me reading but the paganism had my eyebrow burried in my hairline. Don't get me wrong, I actually like paranormal romances and the idea of having some goddess worshippers who don't use protective colouring in 19th Century Scotland? Nope not ringing true with me, someone would noti...
"That's ridiculous! You can't simply declare we'll wed—I have to agree. And I won't!""If I decide to have you…"—he kept his words deliberate, pausing to let the qualification sink in—"I'll have to change your mind."Another great installment from the Bar Cynster series!The storyRichard Cynster comes ...
The author wasn't paying much attention when she constructed this novel.
I added this book to my All Things Summer Challenge because it's been sitting on my tbr pile for a long time. The few books I've read in the Cynster series were pretty good, but it's not one of my favorite historical series. Scandal's Bride turned out to be a nice surprise. I was dragged, kicking ...
This was an interesting read, but there are too many problems with it to give it a higher rating. The main problem is the characters: they just aren't human beings. The good guys (Catriona, all the Cynsters) are all flawless super-humans, the bad guys are all caricatures. For me, a romance just does...
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