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The Pursuit of Pleasure - Elizabeth Essex
The Pursuit of Pleasure
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3.18 55
Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780758251541 (0758251548)
Publisher: Brava
Pages no: 320
Edition language: English
Series: Dartmouth Brides (#1)
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5.0 The Pursuit of Pleasure
'The Pursuit of Pleasure' by Elizabeth Essex is book One in the "Dartmouth Brides" series. This is the story of James and Lizzie. Please beware that this book was originally released in 2010 and now being re-released with a updated cover. James and Lizzie were once childhood friends but then James...
Misty Dietz
Misty Dietz rated it
4.0 The Pursuit of Pleasure
Actually I give this book 4 1/2 stars. Two critical factors I absolutely loved: 1. The Characters - sometimes you read a book and can't differentiate one character from the next. Not so in PoP. You may not always like Lizzie, but you're damn well going to remember her. She's head-strong, passionate,...
The Romanceaholic
The Romanceaholic rated it
After being thrilled with Elizabeth Essex's forthcoming novel, Almost a Scandal, I decided to go back and read one of her earlier works.Unfortunately, I wan't nearly as pleased with this one, despite the many similarities. The writing style was still one I enjoyed, and I LOVED the basic premise. How...
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3.0 The Pursuit of Pleasure
22yo heroine accepts the proposal of her childhood best friend 24yo Hero who she hasn't seen in 10 years since he joined the Navy & who just overheard her talk about wanting to be a widow to attain independence. Hero is to leave for another commission and they only spend 1 night together as husband ...
mctclover rated it
I foundthere were frequent phrases that were totally overused, such as describing the heroine's brow as "her marmalade brow" so often I wondered seriously about the editing. Then, as quickly as it began, her brow was never mentioned again after about p 50. And the author found a new phrase to repeat...
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