The writing and editing were superb. I guess that's her true image and I thought it was nice seeing that side of her but I didn't quite like or enjoyed it. All the way down to the floor where a thin layer of straw sparked immediately. Colleen Conklin 12:54pm August 29, 2013 I enjoy a variety of types of books, but do not want to read one about a vampire. Grant is mentioned to hide it but I don't think this was enough to explain this strange part of the plot. I have enjoyed every one so far.
Bridal Favors Comments 95 comments posted. First, it was the damned dust in the air. Trapped between the fleeting chance at love and passion for her work, is it possible she can have it all? What the Bride Wore was an enjoyable read for the most part. I'm tempted to stop reading Jade Lee books after this 1. They're enjoying the magic between them when Lucien unleashes an ancient curse, forcing Jake and Miranda to flee into the dark black forest while the minions of hell pursue them through endless hours of midnight.
Together they find happiness but Grant is reluctant to let go of his fears. And that idea infuriated him. The plot surprises in that Grant's mistake, the rectifying of which consumes him for the opening section of the story, is not the main journey of character he must make, and it's a satisfying journey. When someone attempts to kill them, he must push past them to find who this person is and why they want to harm Irene or himself. Grant has to learn that while he sees himself as a common laborer, what he has done is tremendous.
Janet Martin 9:43am August 30, 2013 I agree, if that lady had not read romance in a long while she's in for a treat! Grant, however, was a perfectly flawed hero. Just as his madness predicted, Harry gave in to the pressure from his friends. Have a safe trip back. She found a way, by becoming a purchaser and she helps him find his own way past all the mistakes of his youth. Since he wasn't going to be home for a few more weeks I decided tor read it while since he was chasing subs on a P3! The writing style was good and the editing clean. She'd rather risk losing love forever than sacrifice her own life's purpose. I do plan to pick up the other books in this series.
We first see Grant before he left Yorkshire that one fateful day on his sister's wedding day. The epilogue ends in What the Bride Wore was an enjoyable read for the most part. We are first introduced to a rather irresponsible Grant who finds amusement and income by fleecing the local nobility through wagers on inane things. Flash forward five years and Grant is now the owner and manager of a successful textile mill, producing fabrics of such rich designs he knows the women of London will clamor for them. I'm going to sit back and enjoy your book in the meantime!! Linda Luinstra 7:14pm August 29, 2013 I like all romance book from regency to paranormal. And you know I enjoy romances, and this one is all the more intriguing with the added suspense. She found a way, by becoming a purchaser and she helps him find his own way past all the mistakes of his youth.
Could you do anything more stupid? Your Regency story is appealing and I love learning about the social skills, place in society and the decor of the time. This book didn't fall into many cliches. Grant is not likeable; he feels sorry for himself, is prideful, depressive and seemly suicidal. Reviewed by Allison Book provided by NetGalley Review originally posted at Romancing the Book. By all means then, kill us all.
He feels shame, fears becoming his father and often hears a voice in his head. It went exactly as planned. But I can read just about anything. He's so different and she doesn't know what to think or do when she is pulled into his life. Good long wicks, thank God, so the flames rose high. Grimly, Harry nodded, the dismay clear in his red face. But at least he did it with a good purpose in mind: that nice pile of coins that Harry was inching toward.
It has thrill, romance, madness. On the other hand, for such an intelligent woman, she was prone to fits of immaturity. In Winning a Bride we got to see Will's point of view of how he saw his older brother Grant and it wasn't a great view of him. Grant Benton, Earl of Crowle, has been hiding away for five long years, doing the worst thing he could imagine: toiling away at a mill like a common laborer. Karin Anderson 11:16am August 29, 2013 I love the Historical romances but I been reading all of Fool's gold by susan Mallery! The boy reared back, but too late. Unfortunately, he has worked for years to regain the money to purchase his family's estate back,which he learns he is unable too. While What the Bride Wore can be read as a stand-alone, your enjoyment of the story would be greatly enhanced by reading the previous books and novellas in the series.