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The Rebellious Ward (Regency, #2) Only A Girl As Captivating As Catriona MacIan Could Have Overcome The Scandal Of Her Birth To Shine As The Most Sought After Lady Of The London Season.Only A Girl As Daring As Catriona Would Have Played With The Fiery Attentions Of Suitors As Different As The Eminently Eligible, Handsome And Proper Lord Wareham And The Notoriously Worldly And Wicked Marquis Of Hampton.Only A Girl As Stubborn As Catriona Would Have Persisted In Adoring The One Man She Could Not Have The Brilliant And Iron Willed Duke Of Burford, The Guardian Who Saw Her Every Fault And Was Blind To All Else.


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10 thoughts on “The Rebellious Ward (Regency, #2)

  1. says:

    After some clunkers I read lately and being on the verge of a reading slump, I took the only remedy I know re reading some of the authors I loved liked in the past Reading re reading Joan Wolf s earlier traditional regencies is such a cure for me Her character driven stories don t rely on inner monologues and there istell than show but somehow it works beautifully in bringing undercurrent tension and emotional bu


  2. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The reader is hammered on the head with the proposition that heroine is a speshul snowflake that every man, woman, child, and a couple of squirrels think is incomparable, witty, wonderful, kind, honest, perfect, sexy,loyal, etc though she is also a wee bit too rambunctious, headstrong ...


  3. says:

    I love how Joan Wolf does intense connection between her hero heroine I ve said this about this author before but she packs a lot of story in a relatively short word count The romantic connection just jumps off the pge.


  4. says:

    Contains spoilers Catriona has always known her own heart.Her guardian knows his, but denies his desire as it is totally inappropriate.Catriona meets a handsome rake immensely wealthy, desirable, attractive, young.She agrees to marry the rake who has fallen deeply in love with her.Then ...


  5. says:

    I should give this one star for the terrible prologue It made me nervous and didn t fit the book at all Eh, I ll spoiler cut the reasons, but it s probably safe to read view spoiler So the prologue involved the heroine who is married with kids discovering she s not illegitimate after all And reflects that it doesn t matter now, but it would ve made ALL THE DIFFERENCE back then So that leaves me thinking, wait, did she marry the wrong gu


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here This story is surprisingly vivid for its lack of length It was an engaging and satisfying read except that it ends without dealing with the supposed main issue between the couple we re told they marry, without anyone mentioning her possible illegitimacy as a roadblock once they ve declared their love I ll admit the opening drove me nuts and I went looking for spoi


  7. says:

    You know a book is really good when you read itthan once, and every time you feel all those strong emotions you did the first time This happens to me here Edmund and Catriona only declare their love and kiss just at the end of the book, before the epilogue, but to me, this doesn t take anything away from the story Facts speak aloud here and every scene is full of undercurrent love, emotion, desperation This is an exampl...


  8. says:

    The girl on the cover looks like no seventeen year old I ve ever seen, but the book was very good


  9. says:

    Amazing Short and sweet regency novel Reminisce of Georgette Heyer Highly recommend escapism


  10. says:

    Clean Sweet RomanceThis was such a sweet romance Nothing flashy, or even very original, but sometimes a delightfully typical regency romance is just what I need I loved the prologue, I thought it was very clever to give the reader a glimpse of what the future might hold for Catriona My one complaint is that the reader is given none of Edmunds thoughts or perspectives Edmund was a rigid, strong, manly hero Catriona was a sweet, fun, vivacious, and wholly likeable her


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