[Susan Spencer Paul] Beguiled Harleuin Historical No 408 [light novel Book] ePUB – eBook, Kindle or Book Read

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Knew she was fit to be no man's wife So why had the much sought after earl asked her to be his true bound bride Tricked by her brother into marriage with the lovely Lillian Anthony was uick to realize. Anthony Harbreas Earl of Graydon is blackmailed by Aaron the Earl of Carde to introduce his sister into society and make sure she has a Season that she will remember When Anthony meets Lily he finds out she can t speak but is not deaf and can understand everything people are saying about her As he spends time with her he becomes fascinated and eager to smooth her way Her voice was damaged in childhood and she can speak in a low faulty voice that is a terrible strain on her vocal chords and as such has learned sign language to communicate with her family and the servants at home Society is very different and prejudiced As we follow the ups and downs of this romance we are given a picture of how early 19th century people dealt with the deaf and mute I really liked the concept and plot of this book but for a book dealing with problems of communication it seemed the author put in several plot points that involved misunderstanding and separationThese seemed typical of the big misunderstanding plot device common in some romances and not really effective here Homewrecker realize. Anthony Harbreas Earl of Graydon is blackmailed by Aaron the Earl of Carde to introduce his sister into society and make sure she has a Season that she will Make your own model forts & castles remember When Anthony meets Lily he finds out she can t speak but is not deaf and can understand everything people are saying about her As he spends time with her he becomes fascinated and eager to smooth her way Her voice was damaged in childhood and she can speak in a low faulty voice that is a terrible strain on her vocal chords and as such has learned sign language to communicate with her family and the servants at home Society is very different and prejudiced As we follow the ups and downs of this Tremors of Fury (The Days of Ash and Fury romance we are given a picture of how early 19th century people dealt with the deaf and mute I How Julian and Nigel Turned Each Other Gay (Inadvertently), or So They Both Claim really liked the concept and plot of this book but for a book dealing with problems of communication it seemed the author put in several plot points that involved misunderstanding and separationThese seemed typical of the big misunderstanding plot device common in some Illustrated Workbook for Self-Therapy for Your Inner Critic really effective here

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Beguiled Harleuin Historical No 408

His incredible luck For he knew that beneath the surface of her uiet beauty Lillian was a priceless jewel And he was determined to convince his innocent wife of her true worth and their golden future. love this book so much that I bought it 3 times I read it then found in used bookstore forgetting I had read it and bought it again The Book of Beginnings read it then found in used bookstore forgetting I had The Homelanders (The Homelanders, read it and bought it again

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Lady Lillian Walford had the Look of PerfectionYet a fateful flaw doomed her to a life of silence And although Anthony Harbreas the gallant Earl of Graydon had showered her with his attention Lillian. This book turned out to be much better than I thought it would be I must say though that for me it was the heroine and her plight that kept me glued to the pages I actually read it uite uickly I was very interested right to the end and in every single page I think the hero was a bit tame I suppose looking back there wasn t much in him to keep me interested He was good looking had a good title was well enough off money wise but had everything come to him easily Such as it is for good looking people in books and in real life No tortured past to make him interesting and apart from being good looking I couldn t really think why the heroine would fall in love with him But I suppose if he was in real life why wouldn t you but in a novel he seemed a bit bland Maybe I needed a book cover of some hunk to get me interest in him In any event I had a bit of pain in my chest for most of the book reading about the way the heroine was treated like she didn t exist like she was some sort of idiot just because her vocal cords didn t work and I couldn t help but want to jump into the book to be her friend I really fell for her myself I just loved her I must admit I don t think I ve loved a heroine as much as this one in a really long time She really jumped right out of the pages for me She was such a sweetheart and didn t deserve the disrespect she received all through the book I wanted to jump into the book and punch a bunch of people I just loved the way her speech was written in the book I felt like I could almost hear her voice The other romances in the book were uite good I was a bit frustrated with the IsobelDaltry romance but couldn t get enough of the MargaretCarde one There definitely wasn t enough of that oneAll in all this book was much better than I thought it would be Loved the heroine and she alone was worth reading the book for


10 thoughts on “Beguiled Harleuin Historical No 408

  1. says:

    Reviewed for THC Reviews45 stars Beguiled has been on my TBR list for a very long time I'm uite glad I finally picked it up because it turned out to be a great read It's a sweet story of a young woman in Regency En

  2. says:

    There is NO doubt that this is a wonderful book but how does a person rate a book when the main couple has the WORST and most BORING relations

  3. says:

    This book turned out to be much better than I thought it would be I must say though that for me it was the heroine and her plight that kept me

  4. says:

    I don't know what I could rate it seeing the ending was not a complete end and left the uestion of what happen to Lily and her brother's relationship including other's ending It was very incomplete and I wish there was an overall final epilogue

  5. says:

    Anthony Harbreas Earl of Graydon is blackmailed by Aaron the Earl of Carde to introduce his sister into society and make sure she has a Season that she will remember When Anthony meets Lily he finds out she can’t speak but is not deaf and can understand everything people are saying about her As he spends time with her he becomes fascinated and eager to smooth her way Her voice was damaged in childhood and

  6. says:

    Enjoyed it although the Deaf heroine is described on the back cover as knowing she was fit to be no man's wife it seemed a pretty realistic portrayal of how deafness was perceived in that time period not just as a burden but as proof of idiocy andor moral weakness and therefore felt true The hero of course has to be blackmailed into courting her but there's a plot at least the story isn't all about this Girl Who Is Deaf which i

  7. says:

    I enjoyed this historical immensely it satisfied so many of my favourite tropes how could I not like it?My only criticism is that at times the romance between the MC's became uite lengthy and dull but definitely picked up and made up for it with the ending It's the first Susan Spencer Paul book that I have read and certain

  8. says:

    love this book so much that I bought it 3 times I read it then found in used bookstore forgetting I had read it and bought it again

  9. says:

    Lillian Walford looked like an angel but a childhood poisoning had left her almost mute When she insists on a London season her brother bribes Anthony Harbreas Earl of Graydon into courtingmarrying her Tony falls in love with Lillian anyway and turns the tables on her brother Lillian discovers the initial plot however a

  10. says:

    There was a lot going on lol Main characters were good maybe even a bit boring Their story dragged out a bit too much and was almost superficial Lily very much reminded me of the old fashioned hesitant Barbara Cartland heroines Not my cup of tea I finished the book because of the secondary couples Carde and Margaret were the ones most interesting they deserved their own book

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