Marrying Winterborne [Lisa Kleypas] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. A ruthless tycoon Savage ambition has brought common-born Rhys. A ruthless tycoonSavage ambition has brought common-born Rhys Winterborne vast wealth and success. In business and beyond, Rhys gets exactly what he. Marrying Winterborne has ratings and reviews. Anne said: OH. MY. GOD. this anyone else start making humming noises when Evie a.
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But with the romance fairly resolved by chapter 6, to keep things going that's where the farfetched soap-operish big secret and the moustache-twirling villain kicked in, making me unfortunately lose interest before the halfway mark.
Besides the aforementioned contrived twists and coincidences, sabotaging the final outcome two main issues: Most of the discovering, the romancing and the courting between Rhys and Helen happened in Cold-Hearted Rake, there are some hints and recaps here but not enough to recreate the marrying winterborne satisfying emotional tension and, given the ongoing denouement of the love story, Marrying Winterborne ends up not fully working as a standalone read.
He was set up like this rough-around-the-edges, marrying winterborne and mysterious hero but it's all gone, and we are left with an amorous dreamboat, endearing sure, though all too eager, robotic almost, in his adoration for the heroine and who doesn't contribute half an ounce of excitement to the mix, contrary to how he was initially drafted and introduced to us.
If independently rated, this would have been a 2,5 stars rounded down to 2, but considering it within a series and considering that the leading couple didn't manage to annoy me as much as Kathleen and Devon did in Cold-Hearted Rake and that the obnoxious, insufferable, childish debutant twins, Pandora and Cassandra, were slightly less irritatingI decided for a rounding up to differentiate.
Third book better be good, cause it's probably the last chance I'm giving this series.
They made marrying winterborne adorable couple and simply a perfect pair. This can be read as a standalone where there is a lot of the backstory included about marrying winterborne Ravenels and Rhys, but I think it would mean more if you read book one first.
For those of you who are familiar with the series, we got marrying winterborne spend some serious marrying winterborne time with all the previous characters again which was great. The twins, Pandora and Cassandra, were just as lively and endearingly naive as ever.
Maybe even more so. Lisa Kleypas is absolutely on top of her game here with Marrying Winterborne. This series is only getting better with each new installment so I can only imagine what book three will bring us next year.
In business and beyond, Rhys gets exactly what he wants. And marrying winterborne the moment he meets the shy, aristocratic Lady Helen Ravenel, he is determined to possess her.
If he must take her virtue to ensure she marries him, so much the better… A marrying winterborne beauty Helen has had little contact with the glittering, cynical world of London society.
A member of the landed gentry, bland and reserved, with a very tall forehead. He would expect her to make his wishes her own. marrying winterborne
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But he needs Helen. Kleypas creates a vivid context for her lovers.
He hires women when they are the best people for the job. He cares about the health and well-being of his workers, in large part, because doing marrying winterborne makes them more productive. This book abounds with strong female characters.