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Wulfric, Duke of Bewcastle — head of the family, serious, but cares for and takes care of his family and their happiness.

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Anyway, Judith’s father is so busy paying off Bran’s debts and clothing bills that the family is practically destitute. Judith was a strange mix of bold and withdrawn that only barely maintained internal consistency.

And so they happen to meet again, and as the houseparty continues, each realize that they love the other.

He interprets her innocent reactions as slowly romantic, educated ones. Impagabile la scena in cui salva il malcapitato gentiluomo da un ulteriore tentativo di adescamento a scopo matrimonio: The plot is such ligeiramenye it would lend itself t a bit of compression.

Ligeiramente Maliciosos

Diferente da protagonista, Rannulf foi um personagem bem desenvolvido e que conseguiu evoluir na narrativa. Everytime I read the villains name I feel uncomfortable and seems to be expecting trouble just around the corner.

The first third was a struggle. Law and malliciosos be at her beck-and-call as an unpaid servant. I will however someday do a reread. Okay, there was a little of that, but no more than reasonable and they don’t take long to get to the point.

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But that’s the charm of this book Lists with This Book. Judith and Ralf’s story was a little bit jewel thief mystery, a little bit tawdry romance, a little bit regular romance, and a little bit Jane Eyre. And what’s all this about how nice her family was out of nowhere considering the whole book had not painted them at all in a good light? On his way to see her, Rannulf encounters a carriage post that’s overturned on the muddy roads in the storm, and the passengers are in need of assistance.

Ligeiramente Maliciosos (Bedwyn Saga, #2) by Mary Balogh (3 star ratings)

And at the end of that book, the new Lady Aidan Eve prophetically wishes that Rannulf could be so fortunate as his brother Aidan to find a wife and love and a happy marriage. That seemed rather convenient sometimes, but I can’t really call it manipulative on the author’s part. They carried on as if they didn’t know where babies come from. He is a gentleman, but not a Lord, only a Mister.

It was just too much like a bad soap ligwiramente for my taste. But on the whole, I enjoyed it!!

Thanks for telling us about the problem. Like the other books, Balogh, in my opinion, portrays the Bedwyn’s in too negative a light. Gosh it was tedious. I probably wouldn’t have gone through the effort of gathering the whole series if I hadn’t stumbled across all the books without looking for them.


The repetition of incidents—the heroine running away—the hero following—become somewhat predictable. Lady Effington is everything you’d imagine the noveau titled to be: It wasn’t suspenseful, but there was a nice added aspect of Jude being accused of stealing jewelry – though I must admit that I saw that plot point coming from ten miles away.

Her new position is bearable because of the warmth and acceptance of her grandmother, but aunt and cousin jealous of her striking good looks let out her clothes to be baggy and require her to wear a cap to cover he hair. It’s just that I got scared for the heroine.

The story was good, I like the hero but the case is different with heroine. The other two Bedwyn books just seemed so cold and like a clinical narrative – though maybe I’m the only one who thinks that way. I enjoyed this story but I’m afraid i I can’t ligeirammente I was in mood to read this book so I am really surprised how much I have actually liked it.

And I enjoyed the fact that the story had more meat to it; that it wasn’t just the characters fluttering about.