The Stranger I Married
They are London's most scandalous couple. Isabel, Lady Pelham, and Gerard Faulkner, Marques of Grayson, are well matched in all things - their lusty appetites, constant paramours, wicked wits, provocative reputations, and their absolute refusal to ruin their marriage of convenience by falling in... show more
They are London's most scandalous couple. Isabel, Lady Pelham, and Gerard Faulkner, Marques of Grayson, are well matched in all things - their lusty appetites, constant paramours, wicked wits, provocative reputations, and their absolute refusal to ruin their marriage of convenience by falling in love. It is a most agreeable sham...Until a shocking turn of events sends Gerard from her side. Now, four years later, Gerard has come home to Isabel. But the boyish rogue who left has been replaced by a powerful, irresistible man who is determined to seduce his way into her affections. No, this is not at all the man she had married. But, he is the man who might finally steal her heart.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: August 1st 2009
Pages no: 294
Edition language: English
Series: Historical (#2)
not gonna talk bout this, I'm tired
Orijinali Kitap Esintisi adresinde.Slyvia Day bu aralar bizde çok popüler. İki yayınevi de büyük bir hızla kitaplarını çevirip yayınlıyor. Yatağımdaki Yabancı ise Pegasus'tan çıkan ikinci kitap. Türü gereği bol bol erotik sahne içeren kitap aslında pek de orijinal bir konuya sahip değil.Konusu sizi ...
Sylvia Day is ridiculously easy to read. She has a superb sense of flow between character interactions, between scenes, and between points of view. There's never really a good stopping point, you just want to keep reading. A lull is hard to find. I chuckled a couple of times while reading The Strang...
I received my copy from Penguin UK through Nudge.Lady Isabel Pelham is a 26 year old widow, happy to live the rest of her life fleeting from lover to lover and never marrying again. When the man she loved deeply and married betrayed her in ways that broke her heart she vowed she’d never make herself...
Muuuuch better than the last HRom I read of Days. Still, it started out strong and interesting, then after about the halfway point it seemed like most of the issues were resolved. The "dramatic tipping point" near the end seemed very contrived and I never appreciate it when strong heroines turn into...