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by Carole Mortimer

  • Author: Carole Mortimer
  • ISBN: 037329560X
  • ISBN13: 978-0373295609
  • ePub: 1465 kb | FB2: 1825 kb
  • Language: English
  • Category: Historical
  • Publisher: Harlequin Historical; Original edition (August 25, 2009)
  • Rating: 4.7/5
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The Duke’s Cinderella Bride. Harlequin® Historical. I take it they are the parents of my intended bride?’ Hawk’s mouth tightened. Olivia Sulby is the daughter of Sir Barnaby and Lady Sulby, ye.

The Duke’s Cinderella Bride. This past year has been an absolutely wonderful one for me, in that I celebrated my thirtieth anniversary of writing for Harlequin in their Presents® series and, to date, have succeeded in having published more than 140 books and a dozen or so novellas.

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Mortimer tried just a tad too hard, but overall enjoyable.

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Brooding Hawk St. Claire, Duke of Stourbridge, believes Jane Smith to be a mere servant girl-albeit a remarkably attractive one! So when genteel Miss Jane is wrongly turned out of her home for inappropriate behavior following their encounter, the duke takes her in as his ward. Although Hawk is the first man to make Jane's pulse race, she knows she cannot risk falling for his devastating charm. A marriage between them would be if he were to discover the shameful truth about he. .

Or is it just that you are contemplating what singular delights you might have in store for me later this evening?’. Hawk mused derisively to the woman standing-hiding?-behind the potted plant at his. Perhaps you intend spilling a glass of wine over me during dinner? Or maybe hot tea later in the evening would be more to your liking? Yes, I am sure that hot tea would cause much more discomfort than a mere glass of wine.

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Brooding Hawk St. Claire, Duke of Stourbridge, believes Jane Smith to be a mere servant girl—albeit a remarkably attractive one! So when genteel Miss Jane is wrongly turned out of her home for inappropriate behavior following their encounter, the duke takes her in as his ward.Although Hawk is the first man to make Jane's pulse race, she knows she cannot risk falling for his devastating charm. A marriage between them would be forbidden—especially if he were to discover the shameful truth about her….
Elizabeth
I loved this book. The Duke was quite the hero and I loved Jane. Her Aunt was horrible and I wished I would have seen her get her just desserts. I wanted to see her suffer. She was evil and treated Jane like a slave for 12 long years. She stood up to the Duke and was very strong willed. I definitely can't wait to read more about the St Claire family. Safe and wonderful!
Fountain_tenderness
I hated everything about this book. The repeated chapters, the repeated words, the lack of character description, no passion, nothing, Jane's silliness to the point of disliking her, and ffs; the typos! It gets 2 stars because it started off ok. I have really enjoyed all the other CM novels.
Iaran
this on e is not up to Mortimer standards. much of dialogue was cut/paste and for the first time with a Mortimer book a LOT of typos. and such obvious ones I don't know how they were missed. I regret having her email to make her aware.
Fearlessdweller
I have enjoyed reading this excellent book and I think this book is much better than others. My big recommendation for reading this book.
Vivaral
Loved it
VAZGINO
did not like this story
Iphonedivorced
I love Carole Mortimer books and this book her first Regency is excellent. Jane is a great heroine, not a wimp. Hawk is an arrogant hero. They both play off of each other in an entertaining way. They meet at her guardian's home and when she gets kicked out she sneaks into his carriage. He takes her home where she meets her unknown father. I can hardly wait till the next book, Hawk's brother's story. Jane's father was an appealing character and I wish he would get his own story he deserves a happy ending besides finding his unknown daughter.
It had been some time, since I read a historical romance- but not since Barbara Cartland times have I enjoyed a book more. Jane actually had a backbone something you don't see often in the new romance novels. The Duke "Hawk" was wonderful, but he was no match for Jane's temper- she was just not a simpering miss. I recommend this book highly.
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