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Her Bridegroom Bought and Paid For (Brides of Karadok Book 4)

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The biggest problem was that for all that was written, I finished the book thinking Aimee was really kinda boring and didn't really develop. This time, it’s Beauty who’s trapped in the “enchanted” castle, when Beast, our jerk of a hero, bursts onto the scene. Advertising Disclosure: Please note that many links to retailers are affiliate links, which yields a commission for us. We then move to familiar waters for Coldbreath readers; the grumpy husband and the naive wife trying to come to an accord in their marriage.

Re the adverts: I’ve opened this on my android phone of some sort, and my ancient and venerable macbook, and haven’t had a problem (yet). I'd put it off because I knew from other reviews that Konrad would mess up and that some aspects of both their personalities would sometimes frustrate me and I should have just read it earlier. However, the sheer number of secondary characters and details about them unfortunately made it, at times, seem like the purpose of this book was to establish characters and their stories for future books.Aimee is the daughter of the riches merchant in Karadok and while at a tournament her eyes land on the heavily scarred Lord Kentigern and she falls in love.

Then Llewelyn, Prince of North Wales, secures an uneasy truce with England by marrying the English king's beloved, illegitimate daughter, Joanna. He was set in his ways — ways which he acquired God knows where because everyone around him was a saint by comparison — and didn’t give any thought to anyone’s opinion or lived experience. New York Times bestselling author Julie Garwood takes breathless sensuality to thrilling heights in this unforgettable adventure of passion and intrigue.I was much more interested in what’s happening between de Crecy and his new bride than in what’s happening with Aimee and Konrad. Now I know Miss coldbreath can churn out a good plot, just take her book, A bride for the prizefighter as an example, and I also know she can really goes into detail writing about the character’s mundane, day to day lives, and that can be fun too…if there is also a plot, just like there was in a A Bride for the Prizefighter. This is Lord Kentigern’s story, and it’s a little bit of a “beauty and the beast” theme, since he has facial scars and the heroine is beautiful and seems an odd match for him.

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