What will she bid?
Desperate for riches, penniless Michael Tremayne, Marquess of Falconridge, is willing to auction away his only possession of value - his title - to the highest bidding American father. But Kate Rose was the last woman he had in mind to marry. The willful and headstrong Kate requires from marriage the one thing Michael is unable to give - powerful, unending love.
Kate refuses to give into her husband's sensual demands until he has earned her love. Michael is not one to back down from a challenge, but neither does he believe in playing by the rules. While he is unfamiliar with love, he is extremely intimate with passion. He is determined to convince Kate that one can substitute for the other. And what better way to convince her than by patiently and skillfully seducing her? Kate never thought marriage would be so mischievous... or that her husband would persuade her to be so sinful.
©2007, 2011 Jan Nowasky (P)2012 HarperCollinsPublishers
I love being swept away by a new romance and thankfully Audible's ever growing Library means I get to indulge myself over and over again
Michael is desperately in need of money so he sells himself and his title for an American heiress. Unfortunately for his new wife Kate he has some secrets that he doesn't want to share and they make him seem distant and cold but he has passion which he thinks is enough. Kate however, believes in love before passion and sets out to try to win him over to her way of seeing things. Likeable characters, charming story and read by a good narrator.
Worth the credit? - Yes, I wasn't disappointed.
Love to read!
I liked the twist where the aristocratic lord is broke and auctions himself off to gilded age millionaires in order to marry one of their daughters.
Not a specific scene, but I liked the ongoing attempt of the H trying to guess something about the h.
I liked the story quite a bit, but I felt the narration was the weakest part of the experience. The American accents often sounded pretty English to me. Flosnik's voice was rougher than usual, like she had an irritated throat or something. I've heard her on several other books, and she's usually very good. The characters voices were not as individualized as she usually makes them, either. So, I was disappointed with that aspect of the experience. But, the story was engaging, and a bit different from the usual historical romance. Lorraine Heath has given us another enjoyable story!
This was nothing special. I must admit that Michael's mother's dementia hit especially close to home; my mother has it as well. It can be heart wrenching.
I didn't care too much for the characters. I liked Jeremy best. The story was annoying.
I've read (or listened to) almost all of Lorraine Heath's books and they've been great. This is my least favorite.
Something about yourself.
It had a jerk female protagonist who made the male protagonist look like milquetoast. I have listened to other books by Lorraine Heath and was shocked at how execrable I found this one. I adored the books based on Oliver Twist.
No. Just this series and possibly the author.
Not even Anne Flosnick could save this hot mess. If you want to hear her range and talent try the Legend of the Four Soldiers series by Elizabeth Hoyt. It is marvy.
I wish I had an Undo button
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