Desperately seeking a husband . . . Suzette is not like other heiresses; she wants a poor husband, a gentleman who will be so grateful for her dowry that he will allow her access to it so that she can pay off her father's gambling debts. When this alluring beauty encounters Daniel... show more
Desperately seeking a husband . . . Suzette is not like other heiresses; she wants a poor husband, a gentleman who will be so grateful for her dowry that he will allow her access to it so that she can pay off her father's gambling debts. When this alluring beauty encounters Daniel Woodrow—handsome, titled, single . . . and even more impoverished than she could have hoped for—it seems Suzette's wildest dreams have come true. But Daniel has not been truthful. Tired of being accosted by an endless stream of vapid coquettes and their fortune-hunting mothers, Daniel has decided to plead poverty to stop them in their tracks. Yet here is a most refreshing and delectable lady, who claims to be thrilled by his penury. Now all Daniel has to do to find true happiness is to keep a little white lie alive . . . while avoiding a villain who's determined to prevent this union by any means necessary.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: February 22nd 2011
Pages no: 370
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
Series: Madison Sisters (#2)
I really hate when authors have the first 3/4 of a book be the same plot of a previous one w/ new characters. The scenes feel rushed and redundant at the same time. It's not in depth enough to make the complete switch worth it, and it's too all over the place to make it feel like a standalone. I don...
The second book in the Madison Sisters series. I read them both back to back, which i don´t recommend, because the first 60% of the book is retelling of the first book but from the new couple´s perspective. That´s why it took me so long to read.Suzette is in need of a husband who wants money enough ...
Actually, 3 is pushing it. 2/3 of the book is essentially a skimmed rewrite of The Countess. The last 3rd furthers the reader opinion that the h is impulsive, hard-headed, and quick to take offense. Did I mention impulsive? Oh, and as poor a judge of character as her sister, since it never occur...
Having read the first book, I enjoyed reading Suzette and Daniel's story too!
This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic.Expected Release Date: Available Now!Publisher: HarperCollinsImprint: AvonAuthor’s Website: http://www.lynsaysands.net/My Source for This Book: Amazon.comPart of a Series: Yes, Book 2, Madison SistersSeries Best Read In Or...