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Marrying Miss Hemingford
Mary Nichols
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Marrying Miss Hemingford

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She'll be no old maid!

Independently wealthy, Miss Anne Hemingford acts upon her generous grandfather's final wish that she should go out into Society and make a proper life for herself. Accompanying her aunt to Brighton for the summer, Anne is frustrated by the lack of purpose in those around her. The exception is Dr. Justin Tremayne.

He is a man Anne can truly admire for h
ebook, 304 pages
Published December 15th 2011 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published September 1st 2005)
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Sabrina (Soter) Sally
"Lui si congedò con la consapevolezza che nonostante i suoi tentativi non era riuscito a convincerla a stargli lontana. Anne non intendeva voltargli le spalle, proprio come lui non poteva voltarle a lei. Era impossibile."

La trama di base è abbastanza banale, ma ci sono tanti piccoli tocchi di originalità che mi hanno piacevolmente stupita ^_^ a cominciare dal protagonista Justin: non è la è prima volta che trovo l'accoppiata "lei più nobile di lui" ma a differenza dei soliti plebei arricchiti (K
I read this book hoping to learn a bit more about how to write a romance. I didn't enjoy the read, but I did learn three important things NOT to do:

Lesson number one: If you put your hero and heroine together in a scene, something important had better change or develop between them. (There were far too many scenes between hero and heroine where one or the other of them made an excuse to leave before things got interesting.)

Lesson number two: The hero may be flawed, and he'll be all the more real
It was good though the ending with Sophie seemed a little rushed.
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Born in Singapore to a Dutch-South African father and an English mother, Mary Nichols came to England when she was three and considers herself totally English. Her father, like many people who learn English as a second language, would have no sloppiness, either spoken or written, and Mary puts her love of the language down to him. He was also a great reader and there were always books in the house ...more
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