The Wild One
Lord Gareth de Montforte is an irresponsible, fun-loving rake when beautiful Juliet Paige arrives from America with his late brother's baby, hoping to give the child a name. Gareth impulsively weds her, only to discover he wasn't ready for all the responsibilities of marriage and fatherhood.... show more
Lord Gareth de Montforte is an irresponsible, fun-loving rake when beautiful Juliet Paige arrives from America with his late brother's baby, hoping to give the child a name. Gareth impulsively weds her, only to discover he wasn't ready for all the responsibilities of marriage and fatherhood. They're in for plenty of trouble and heartache, until they discover that their love can overcome anything. Ads in "Romantic Times".
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: December 28th 1997
Pages no: 373
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, 18th Century
, Regency Romance
, Georgian Romance
Series: The de Montforte Brothers (#1)
The Wild One by Danelle Harmon is an amazing historical romance. Ms Harmon has given us a well-written book loaded with fantastic characters. Juliet and Gareth's story is loaded with drama, action, suspense and sizzle. This book hooked me on the first page and held me hostage till the end. I tot...
This is book one in "The de Montforte Brothers" series. Also, this is a second release of this book. The first was back around 1997 and I am so glad that they released it again. This has Lord Gareth de Montforte who is the all around historical hero. Loving, strong, tough, and loves kids. Juliet...
DNFI think I read about 15% or so of the book. Childish, brother depended heroes are not my type.
This was pretty good. I decided to throw in a quick historical romance and this one worked out. The story was really good and kept my interest. Gareth was very sweet and wild but a bit immature at the same time. I did admire Juliet's determination take care of herself and ability to love Gareth desp...
I've struggled with this book for over a week, mostly with apathy to be honest. I wanted to like Gareth and Juliet but couldn't muster anything more than benign meh. Hated Lucien and Gareth's buddies, but wished to know the dead Charles a lot better. (am I to suppose that Charles isn't really dead? ...