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The viscount's bride Cree Ann Elizabeth Free The viscount's bride by Cree Ann Elizabeth Publication date Topics Nobility Mate selection Manners and customs Mate selection Nobility Publisher New York Harleuin Collection inlibrary; printdisabled; internetarchivebooks; delawarecountydistrictlibrary; china; americana Digitizing sponsor Internet Archive Contributor Internet Archive Language English Follow up to The Duke's The Viscount's Bride by Wilma Counts Books on The Viscount's Bride Ebook written by Wilma Counts Read this book using Google Play Books app on your PC android iOS devices Download for offline reading highlight bookmark or take notes while you read The Viscount's Bride Harleuin | The Viscount's Bride The Viscount's Bride by Ann Elizabeth Cree On Sale May Pub Month Jun Ebook Paperback save % Paperback Save % Unavailable Shop Other Retailers Barnes Noble Books A Million IndieBound Walmart Save to Wishlist About this Book The Viscount's Bride by Ann Elizabeth Cree released on May is available now for The Viscount's Bride by Cree Ann Elizabeth Buy The Viscount's Bride by Cree Ann Elizabeth online on ae at best prices Fast and free shipping free returns cash on delivery available on eligible purchase The viscount's bride Book WorldCatorg The viscount's bride Ann Elizabeth Cree Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Create lists bibliographies and reviews or Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you The viscount's bride Large print book The viscount's bride Ann Elizabeth Cree Home WorldCat Home About WorldCat Help Search Search for Library Items Search for Lists Search for Contacts Search for a Library Create lists bibliographies and reviews or Search WorldCat Find items in libraries near you The Viscount's Bride June edition | Open The Viscount's Bride by Ann Elizabeth Cree Ratings Want to read; Currently reading; Have read; This edition published in June by Harleuin Written in English — pages Lady Chloe plans a safe and comfortable marriage but her plans keep getting stymied by the regular appearance of dashing Brandt Lord Salcombe in her life Seuel to The Duke’s Mistress The viscount's bride edition | Open Library The viscount's bride by Wilma Counts unknown edition See what's new with book lending at the Internet Archive The Viscount's Bride ePUB ☆ The Viscount's ePUB The Viscount's Bride ePUB ☆ The Viscount's ePUB viscount's book bride free The Viscount's kindle The Viscount's BrideThe Viscount's Bride eBookI might have liked this book if it were about half as long Instead it was a little on the excruciating side due to the number of The viscount's bride Wilma Counts Free The viscount's bride Item Preview remove circle Share or Embed This Item EMBED EMBED for wordpresscom hosted blogs and archiveorg item description tags Want ? Advanced embedding details examples and help NoFavorite


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  1. says:

    I might have liked this book if it were about half as long Instead it was a little on the excruciating side due to the number of misunderstandings and times that the protagonists don't communicate what they're thinking the number of assorted fears and doubts that each suffers especially in relation to the relatively small amount of actual character development


  2. says:

    If you like a milksop crying fainting headache prone heroine with a bad plot this book is for you The only interesting thing was what did the hero see in her?


  3. says:

    My July book of the month was The Viscount's Bride by Ann Elizabeth Cree I really enjoyed this book this past month It was a passionate entertaining read that did not seem repetitive and was really fresh I would recommend this book to historical romance lovers who wish that they were born in the 1800's I know I wish I wasDISCLAIMERI promise to be brutally honest with my opinion but it should not be taken as fact Any reader should read it for themselves before they decide if this book has any merit or not Do not judge this book biased solely on my opinion If you do you might miss out on a great read You never know It could happen My review may contain spoilers but I really strive to be spoiler free I borrowed this book from my local library This book was not suggested to me by the author I have no affiliation with the author or hisher publisherMain CharacterLady Chloe is fierce and really anything but a proper lady She has her own problems that was mentioned in a previous book in which it was explained in depth I wish I would have known that it is not exactly a stand alone novel but it can be if you are satisfied with less detail about her life before I really love that she is the perfect heroine She is spunky and she doesn't need a man to fulfill her but she does need a man in her life to save her from a dreadful arranged marriage I love historical romances where women are still strong willed even though they are expected to be married at a young age Lady Chloe still kept true to her character but I loved the endingEvil AntagonistsLady Chloe's uncle is one of the antagonists in this book The other being her stepbrother who is off a concept than an actual person He never actually appeared in this book He was apparently in the previous book I think this one is the seuel? The real evil antagonist though is society Society created this concept that being twenty one and single meant that your chances of getting married was next to nil I really enjoyed this book thoughStrong Minor CharactersI really enjoyed the variety of characters in this book and the fact that the reader got a glimpse into the male psyche I have never read a book before where I really liked all of the characters and thought that they all added positively to the plot All of the characters were fully developed which is surprising to see such development in characters that have smaller roles in a novelPlotThere i sort of a mixed plot in this book of an ending old plot with this book's new plot The plot is a little hard to put your finger on because it is a bit complicated and mixed The main plot is Lady Chloe trying to get married into a comfortable relationship There is a lot going on but somehow it is not overwhelming or hard to follow I love how easy of a read this book really wasThe SettingHonestly much of this book is dialogue and there is not a lot of descriptive scenes in the book The parts that do describe the setting are really detailed and a joy to read I loved the flow to the book and how true it is the area in which it took place There really is not much to say about the topic except that the brief setting details broke up the sections of dialogue beautifully It really kept the book from being boring or too dialogue heavyThe DialogueThe author did an excellent job in breaking up the dialogue and keeping the social interactions interesting She keeps true to her characters' different voices which keeps each character distinct instead of blurring them all together I really love the book and I cannot express this any than I already have Not all books can keep characters true til the end but this book does that beautifully and effortlessly This book does not feel like work to read but very enjoyableEngaging SurprisesI found a few parts very surprising and let me tell you it is hard to surprise me in books I am a terrific reader I really get into the plot and usually catch onto foreshadowing before the author does The surprises a book has for me the I enjoy a book A good book is hardly ever predictable If it was it would not be all that enjoyable because you would know where the book is headed the whole entire time that you are reading the book For me it isn't worth reading a book that puts out on every page please leave something to the imagination ClimaxThere really is a moment of uncertainty at this point and you do not know what is going to happen really Then it all shortly gets resolved and it becomes a closed matter I wonder if there is a book after this one I just checked and there is not that continues the story I am really interested in reading the previous one after reading this one I do not want to spoil this for anyone so i'll leave it at thatEmotional ResponseWhile I did not find myself crying when reading this book I did find myself personally attached to the characters and feeling their doubts and joys as if it were my own I really felt a connection to the characters but especially to Chloe I also love her name It is not very traditional but back then they were brave with naming their childrenEndingI loved the resolution to this addition of the story It was not cookie cutter perfect and that is what makes it even better in my mind I love it when endings are not perfect It mimics real life where events hardly ever are perfect You may have that perfect day but your whole life? I've never had that so I couldn't see this book ending any other wayThe WritingI really like this author's writing style The author's writing is closely connected to your enjoyment of the story If you loved the story then you most likely loved the author's writing I have on occasion loved the story but hated the author's writing style I find that a rare occurrence however I really liked this author's writing style I did find a few parts boring but on a whole it was really enjoyable to readThe ArtworkIt is nothing to write home about It is really dated looking and not all that attractive I find it very surprising since it was published in 2003 I never would have guessed that by looking at the cover It's the reason why it took me forever to finally read it I'm glad I did thoughGenreThis is a historical romance but it is a complete work of fiction No part of this story is historically accurate It is just a romance story set in a certain time period 1800s or maybe the 1900s? I want to say the 1800s though and definitely in England that is for sureTitleThe Viscount's Bride is not really a show stopper but I was really into books like this after I read a few Meg Cabot books that were similarly titled I don't know what else I would name it though The title kind of gives the story away tooOverall I would give this four stars It has to really knock my socks off or rock my world to earn the coveted title of five stars I don't give my stars away lightly


  4. says:

    I am trying to write reviews for every book I have read but this book was really unremarkable The beginning started off well enough but then the constant back and forth between the heroine the hero her uncle and her friends just got to be to much The author tried to portray a love triangle but it was so watered down that it just couldn't carry the story


  5. says:

    25 stars


  6. says:

    This was a pretty good romance novel with all the typical misunderstandings between the hero heroine I sometimes end up frustrated with their thinking inability to communicate but overall I enjoyed the book


  7. says:

    Very predictable marriage of convenience regency romance


  8. says:

    This sat on my TBR shelf for uite a while and now I know why This was a strong 2 but didn't rise to 3 I just didn't find myself engaged with the main characters