[Claudia Stone] The Lord of Heartbreak Reluctant Regency Brides #2 [medieval romance Book] TXT


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The Lord of Heartbreak Reluctant Regency Brides #2

N to convince his father that he has changed his ways The only person who fits the bill is his friend’s sister Jane who reluctantly agrees to go along with the charade for a price of course Though when the Lord of Heartbreak finds himself falling in love with the clever bookish young woman he realises that he’s very much so at risk of having his own heart broken This sweet Regency comes with a guaranteed Happily Ever After and can be read as part of the series or as a stand alone novel. Miss Jane Devaraux knows she is not wanted at home since her brother the Viscount Jarvis has married Her brother has never given her a compliment and so she is used to his tone She is still pining for an Anthologist who left on an expedition When Lord Payne asks Jane to be his pretend finance she says no When her brother and wife laugh at her that no one would want to marry her she begs to differ and says Lord Payne has asked for her hand They laugh even harder When Lord Payne says he indeed asked everyone wants to know why When Jane s first love returns home early due to loosing several toes she starts pining for him James Lord Payne realizes that he has fallen in love with Jane and must show her that he really does want her as his forever wife

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Miss Jane Deveraux is in a bind; her brother Viscount Jarvis has married and his new wife does not want her bookish sister in law encroaching on their wedded bliss The Viscountess makes it very clear that Jane must find a husband but at five and twenty the confirmed spinster doesn’t have many suitors lining up to claim her hand What Jane needs is a large sum of money so that she can buy the local boarding house and live out her days holding intellectual saloons for the egalitarian set Tho. I ve been kind of striking out lately with the spinsters I usually enjoy a faux betrothal as a foil for angst but there isn t any of that here at least not on Jane s side It s probably unfair of me to rate this so low but in addition to it being sueaky clean there were two things I didn t care for view spoiler Jane flees the house party and travels for three days alone and no one blinks an eye That is super ruinous But really my main complaint is how Jane pathetically chased after Alastair It was obvious from jump that he s an ass who doesn t care about her but she kept throwing herself at him I get annoyed by that behavior when it s aimed at the hero much less some other guy hide spoiler Tall man riding. rate this so low but in addition to it being sueaky clean there were two things I didn t care for view spoiler Jane flees the house party and travels for three days alone and no one blinks an eye That is super The 7 Components of Transformative Organizing Theory ruinous But The Big Golden Book of Poetry really my main complaint is how Jane pathetically chased after Alastair It was obvious from jump that he s an ass who doesn t care about her but she kept throwing herself at him I get annoyed by that behavior when it s aimed at the hero much less some other guy hide spoiler

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Ugh where she’ll find this money is anyone’s guess James Fairweather Lord Payne is the heir to the Ducal seat of Hawkfield Tall handsome and with a roguish charm that has women falling at his feet he should be living the easy life of an entitled bachelor The only problem is that his father has tired of his rakish ways and declares that unless Payne cleans up his act he will be disinherited What Payne needs is a respectable dare he say boring woman that he can parade around for a seaso. Shipping so hard right now I loved James and Jane so much together Content Passionate kissing


10 thoughts on “The Lord of Heartbreak Reluctant Regency Brides #2

  1. says:

    Not as good as the first oneThe story was cute and very tame No sex only kissing and nothing untoward There was something about the hero in the beginning that was off He was immature and annoying uite honestly I d

  2. says:

    Friends to Lovers? I read books two and three out of order and am perfectly delighted that I did They actually work well in

  3. says:

    I’ve been kind of striking out lately with the spinsters I usually enjoy a faux betrothal as a foil for angst but there isn’t any of that here at least not on Jane’s side It’s probably unfair of me to rate this so low but in addition to it being sueaky clean there were two things I didn’t care for view spoiler J

  4. says:

    Shipping so hard right now I loved James and Jane so much together💛💛💛Content ; Passionate kissing

  5. says:

    I liked the story and the characters but man the writing was so poor I doubt anybody proof read it before publicat

  6. says:

    After Jane Deveraux's brother marries her new sister in law makes her dislike of Jane obvious and has no intention of sharing her home with a spinster bookworm Jane is used to a lifetime of insults but when her brother goes a step further and bribes a man to marry her it's the last straw James Fairweather's father the Duke of Hawkfield is tired of his son's wasteful ways and threatens to disinherit him unless

  7. says:

    This is the second book of the Reluctant Regency Brides series I didn't think I could love this book as much as the first o

  8. says:

    Miss Jane Devaraux knows she is not wanted at home since her brother the Viscount Jarvis has married Her brother has never given her a compliment and so she is used to his tone She is still pining for an Anthologist who left on an expedition When Lord Payne asks Jane to be his pretend finance she says no When he

  9. says:

    Book 2 in the Reluctant Brides series and I loved it even than book 1 in fact stayed up late last night to finish it This book features Jane Deveraux whom we met in Duke of Ruin Jane enters into a bargain with Lord Payne also in book 1 to pretend to be engaged in order to stop his father from cutting him off I loved the way they played off against each other and that the heroines of these stories aren't simpering misses but have brains The

  10. says:

    This is the second book in the Reluctant Regency Brides Series I loved the two main characters Jane and James I also liked the secondary characters I've loved to see the characters from the first book It was a funny sweet and well written Historical Romance story Duke DeFoix has a great voice easy to listen Duchesse DeFoix has a high pitch voice not easy to listen but I think her voice fits the characters Despi

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