Yes, I enjoyed his expressive reading which vividly showed how awful Dawson was.
The going back and forth between the two of with the love and hate. Also I know the hero in romances should be forceful but he raped her twice and then to add insult to injury verbally assaulted her afterwards. That was distasteful. I've read books by Diana Palmer for many years especially her long, tall Texans series and this by far the worst.
The nuances of each character.
The widow Holton
Absolutely! This is my favorite Jane Austin book because it's all about second chances. The details from Captain Wentworth's POV is awesome.
This was my first experience with a book from a popular character other than the heroine's or hero's POV. I will try more of this type.
I loved him. Especially during intimate talk between Ann & Frederick.
Both! Tears when his poor little heart was broken and laughter at his silent derision of Poor Dick Musgrove and both Mr. Elliott's.
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