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The First Wives' Club

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NATHANIEL EPPERLY, the Earl of Eggleston, has married the woman his father has chosen for him, but the marriage has been everything but comfortable. Nathaniel’s wife, Lady Charlotte, came to the marriage bed with a wanton’s experience. She dutifully provides Eggleston his heir, but within a fortnight, she deserts father and son for Baron Remington Craddock. In the eyes of ...more
Paperback, 216 pages
Published July 1st 2011 by Xlibris Corporation
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The name of this book "First Wives'Club" is sort of a insignificant name for such a wonderful book. There is nothing wrong with the name it is just that the book is amazing and I guess I feel it requires an amazing name. The book was truely as wonderful as I am suggesting. This story take place during the regency period and with a gentlemans daughter,named Miss Rosellen Warren deciding to take her life into her own hands. She sets off from her brothers estate to go to London. Apparently she was ...more
This is the first book in the First Wives' Club trilogy. It is a compelling tale of Nathaniel Epperly and Rosellen Warren. She mysteriously comes into his life, but he discovers that she is the one woman he needs. There is one problem: Nathaniel is already married to Lady Charlotte. Charlotte has left him shortly after she has presented Nathaniel with his heir.
When Charlotte stages a ploy to reclaim her child, Nathaniel uses all his power to fight her. Then Charlotte turns up dead, and Nathanie
There were many things I enjoyed about this book. I loved Rosellen's personality and the care she takes with the family Epperley. She is great with older people and children. I loved the suspense of why a child is kidnapped, who could be after Rose, was there a slave trade involved? There were just certain things I didn't enjoy. I didn't enjoy the description of male body parts pretty often. There was alot of grammar errors in the kindle version. I didn't like the forced sex however it was under ...more
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