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With that said, the heroine wore me out emotionally with her silliness. I had no problem with her in the first part of the book- at the end of the day, I she was accurately portrayed as a spoiled miss. She was not spiteful or mean to others, she was merely hurt by Alexi and wanted to get back at him. I think that any female with no real independence or autonomy of her own, would resort to flirting to making someone else jealous. I do have a problem with her in the latter parts of the novel where she embraces the persona of a loose wife.

Now Alexi actually took women, which I can not forgive, but for her to want to create that appearance is ludicrous. Like make up your mind child!

How can you claim to love Alexi but then want to run around town with men to create the appearance of having lovers? She did this with the excuse that she didnt want anyone to see how humiliated she was. I get that Bear in mind that as a virgin she could have gotten an annulment, but didn't want to because of that being too humiliating. IMO she loved herself and her pride more than Alexi. Now as the book moves on, Alexi is back in England 6 years later and hell bent on hating his wife, and downloads a house to live apart from her.

She decides to move in with him, her first move of having sense in the entire book. Then things get a bit strange- she wants him to appear to be the doting husband, yet doesnt want to give up the goodies in bed. That honestly always gets me in historical romances.

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I mean I could understand if she didn't want to for fear of a foreign disease but to not give it up based on principle is odd to me. I thought she loved him and wanted to reconcile? Dom immediately decides that he has to seduce her to protect himself.

Not exactly sure how it will protect him or what from, but that doesn't seem to matter. When she finally discovers who he really is, she's devastated. He betrayed her. He leaves her with this: "If you need me, you can reach me at Bedford. Yes, she's a gentlewoman, and he has a twinge of guilt about having seduced the sister of a fellow spy, once he realizes.

But not guilty enough to do the right thing. Anyway, from there, Julianne's politics and all the spying and counter-spying make for a nice, spicy mess. Dominic gets to do something nice for once, but then he goes back to being an asshat for most of the rest of the book, view spoiler [deciding it wasn't enough to seduce her when she was a virgin, it's better yet to ruin her publicly by moving her into his house and parading around with her so that everybody with eyes can guess she's his mistress.

Yeah, well. You get the idea.

Needless to say, it all blows up in their faces and there's lots of betrayal and hating and bleeding, shattered hearts on sleeves right up to the end. My only grumble was that there were a few characters with names that had similar make-up.

As Francesca approached the mansion, which was quite new and horrendously gothic, she clutched her reticule as if she expected a cutpurse to appear and seize it. Francesca stepped forward at the sound of Mrs. A not-quite-pretty woman with reddish-blond hair who was extremely well-dressed and somehow reminded one of a flighty, mindless bird was entering the foyer.

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This is quite the surprise! Francesca managed a smile. I am sorry to hear that Sarah is indisposed. I hope she is not too ill? Then she put her arm around Francesca and leaned toward her, speaking in a conspiratorial whisper. That you should choose this very day to call! Channing said.

Her breath was sweet, as if she had been eating raspberries and chocolates. Francesca was in no mood for a crisis other than her own. Channing cried, finally releasing Francesca. But you are a sleuth, dearie, and we do need a sleuth now!

Nor do I have the foggiest of whom else to call upon in our time of need! Francesca straightened. In spite of her worries, she could not help being intrigued. Francesca followed, not bothering to hand off her coat, hat, and single glove.

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She was perplexed. Suddenly Mrs.

Canvases, palettes, and jars were overturned. Paint was splattered across the floor and walls, the effect vivid, brilliant, and disturbing. Amidst the yellows, blues, and greens, there were slashes of black and dark, dark red.

For an instant, Francesca thought the red was blood. She rushed forward, kneeled, and dabbed her finger into a drying pool of dark red. It was paint, not blood. Then she saw the canvas lying face up on the floor.

It had been slashed into ribbons. I cannot believe what happened! She had been pacing in a huge, mostly gilded salon, which was as overdone as the outside of the house. A bear rug complete with head and fangs competed with the Orientals on the floor; chairs had hooves and claws for feet, and one lamp had a tusk for a pull cord. Channing, God rest his soul, had been a hunter and a collector of strange and exotic objects.

Apparently his widow was continuing his hobby. Sarah had just entered the room. She was a small and plain brunette, although her eyes were huge and pretty. Today, she was wearing a drab blue dress covered with splotches of paint. She appeared very pale, her nose and eyes red. Clearly, she had been weeping. What are you doing here?

Francesca forgot all about her own problems. She rushed forward and embraced her friend. Who would do such a thing?

The de Warenne Dynasty

Sarah trembled in her arms. You have a badly burned hand and you are recuperating!Then she saw the canvas lying face up on the floor. He went home one evening and found Anne talking with Patrick. But it will be worth your while to read this one. You are an amazing woman, and Hart sees that. In the 'Promise' however both leads -not just Alexi- are just stubborn for the sake of being stubborn and proud.

Felicity came into the house with a gun and tried to shoot Anne.

The hero left his new wife the morning after the wedding, and doesn't come back for 4 years. The Duke couldn't speak because he was having a heart attack and Dom didn't realize it and left him there.

Francesca, have you had lunch?

Not exactly sure how it will protect him or what from, but that doesn't seem to matter.

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