Her Bridegroom Bought and Paid For (Brides of Karadok Book 4)
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I think that’s a big reason why I loved Oswald Vaudrey’s story so much, because he was the main pursuer of the relationship nearly the entire time (even tricking the heroine into their marriage). The first time I listened to her it was a total wtf moment, but I have now listened to lots of books narrated by her and I have a fondness for her very individual style.
SHORTLISTED FOR THE WOOLLAHRA DIGITAL LITERARY AWARDS 2017 Companions are the kingdom’s most beautiful and educated women—possessions of Syrasan’s royal men. Alice Coldbreath grew up in a small village in England and likes to day-dream about medieval warlords, werewolf clans and hunky futuristic androids. The women's father is a wealthy merchant, which makes the marriages advantageous for the knights, and also a loving example of a parent for a change. Honestly, I liked this book, but it just wasn't the same caliber as my favorite book in this series ( Wed By Proxy).
And Linnet is about to discover that maybe a golden leopardess does not need to change her glorious spots. I liked the story but there were points where I thought it was trying to be a typical romance instead of unique. He continuously puts his wants above Amiee’s and for the life of me I don’t understand why she lets him.
The book was good as far as what I usually expect from Alice Coldbreath, but unfortunately, the hero brought my enjoyment of the story to a halt several times. It isn't my favorite book of the series but it's fine and we get to see our other couples from the series.
Amy and Lord Kentigern were too focused on other people’s relationships that it left their own kind of underdeveloped. Guy is initially a bit flat, but as he meets Mathilde and grows more in love with her, his personality blossoms. They didn’t spend any significant amount of time together until after the 75% mark, and even then, it wasn’t a lot. Aimee fell into instalove without ever having spoken to Konrad; she was simply moved by a gesture of sportsmanship.