A Proper Mistress (The "Proper" Series)
In order to protect his elder brother from disinheritance, Theodore Winslow must incur his father's wrath. How better than to marry a low-born strumpet? He sets out to find someone to play the part in return for a handsome sum, and returns to the family home with a "fallen woman" as his betrothed. His ruse goes awry though, as he soon begins to disc...more
First, for the bad news: Our hero, Theodore...more
This relatively short romance is a fun romp, with fun characters. Our heroine has had a very tough life, but she's a joy. She's never bitter, never regrets, and finds a little bi...more
This book was sweet and there was some cute scenes but the editor missed many grammar and spelling errors which threw me out of the story as well as leaving in many repetitive words, like Blazes. There is a plethora of swear words in eve...more
Anyway, this was the first romance novel I've ever read and it was way better than I expected. I was drawn in, finished it qu...more
Bah, you fail.
Ok she's a whore-house cook who is "bought" by a dude to fool his dad into thinking she's his intended wife. So he can be DISinherited from his family. Yes, that's right, disinherited. Already i hate him, I mean what the fuck. The other thing is, she's more embarrassed about being a cook then a whore. He must never know she's a cook, BECAUSE THAT WOULD BE FUCKING HORRIBLE! A whore is fine.
And last time I checked, Regency England nobility didn't use the word "ain't." Seriously.