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Lord Sin (Noble Series #2)

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The Infamous Lord Sin Had Taken A Wife

Ian Sinclair, the lord of ill repute, had married a country vicar's daughter. Now he was sure there'd be the devil to pay, for the passionate Mary Fulton was the woman he held above all others, and a woman he knew he didn't deserve.

The more she learned of Ian's world of privilege, the more Mary Fulton realized how impossible their unio...more
ebook, 304 pages
Published July 15th 2011 by Harlequin Historical Undone (first published September 7th 1997)
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One clinically insane other woman (whose every word is believed by the heroine) and one obnoxiously obtuse hero combined with rather stilted prose do not a particularly satisfying romance make.

First the hero decides to marry the heroine to annoy his father (and because he couldn't resist her golden hair). She knows he'll never love her, but like all good Victorian women, she wants a family, and couldn't possibly impose on her pregnant and married-for-nine-months friend (whose husband is named Je...more
Spazfungus
Title, amusing. Plot, tried and true. Execution, sadly lacking. Mary is too perfect (but lacking personality), Lord Sin is wishy-washy (and not quite living up to his nickname), the communication problems between the couple are too contrived (even for a regency romance) and the cousin's actions easy to spot and the ending wraps up a little too neatly. It was a quick read, not un-enjoyable, but when finished, I felt it was missing something
Laura
Stupid stupid characters who make confusing decisions just to keep the non existent drama going. YAWN.
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