The Ill-Bred Bride

The Ill Bred Bride None

  • Title: The Ill-Bred Bride
  • Author: Rosemary Edghill
  • ISBN: 9780449219584
  • Page: 393
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
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    1. This was kind of weird becasue I am so used to skipping the gratutious sex that this time I missed the fact that the author never had any sex yet the protagonist got pregnant! This was good for that fact alone. Nice clean romance.

    2. I liked Ms Edghill's tidbits of background which gave me more understanding of how things worked 200 years. She even had some detailed explainations about why spending $$ for a London season was preferable and mandatory to selling off stables of horses, and cutting back on living expenses. I didn't care for all the money arguments. The man reasoned that he needed to spend $$$$$$ on his sister's season, while the commoner wife berated him. She, however, spent just as much on fixing up the old rui [...]

    3. I'm not a big fan of Regency Romances but this was one was on my Ultimate Reading List. So I was happy to find on by Rosemary Edghill (one of my favorite fantasy writers). This is a typical rich/indebted marriage of convenience where the husband and wife are socially unevenly matched. But (Of Course) they fall in love by the end of the novel. Entirely predictable, right? (Which is why I'm not a huge fan -- the outcome is predictable.)But the way Edghill handles the inevitable outcome is delightf [...]

    4. I enjoyed reading this book. It was well-written and seemed more like it was written by one of Jane Austen's or Elizabeth Gaskell's contemporaries instead of a contemporary writer (published in 1990). I will look into her other books.

    5. I didn't know i was reading this all the way through last night, and i had forgotten I had read it once before a long time ago. Still, excellent almostausten regency tale. Edghill has a gift of capturing how people behave badly, and creates characters you care about and want to see happy. I wish she still wrote these tales once in a while, but glad she at least wrote the four she did.

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