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The Lord's Forced Bride (Melford Dynasty #2)

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From dangerous stranger - to her wedded husband! A dark and handsome stranger fighting in a town square mesmerises youthful innocent Catherine Melford. His shirt off, his skin glistening with sweat - he's all man! On meeting him again in the opulence of the Royal Court, Catherine finds her desire is more aroused than ever. But he is Andrew, Earl of Gifford, and bad blood r...more
Published (first published March 1st 2008)
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Victoria (daisyduck)
This popped up in my Amazon recommends list and, as I am a lover of historical romance, I downloaded it straight away. I was so disappointed! On paper, it should be something that I would love and the plot sounds right up my street. Unfortunately, the execution lets it down terribly.

The first third of the book suffers from poor characterisation. I wanted to like Catherine and Andrew and Harry but I know virtually nothing about them. They aren't described at all, so I had no picture of them in m...more
Sarah
I really enjoyed this book. Even tho I didn't realise its the second book in a series of three. I didn't miss anything with not reading first story which is about Catherine mother and father. Their story is explain very slowly in this book while the daughter of the Melfords Catherine meets and falls for Andrew the earl of Gifford. Really good historical and mystery with the attacks to Melford and Gifford family. Great HEA. Don't think I'll read first book as I know the story and ending from this...more
Roub
andrew n catherine shared a very dull chemistry. i felt no chemistry, no love bet these 2. the tone of the book itself was very boring. it was like a passive read. i did finish the book though n did not skip too many pages.only smthng like 10 pages i skipped. i liked nthng abt it:P
vra
Good old sweet heroine. Recommended for light reading. For a romance novel to work, I think I would prefer more confrontation between the ex-mistress and the wife. The romance worked out a wee bit too quickly.
Emily Stone
I liked that this book pulled in Henry vii and the kings court, the characters made you feel like you could relate to them and their friendships. Lots of mystery and excitement!
Angelique Minnaar
It was lighthearted. Not the normal time period I read, but made a nice change. Would be interested in reading the previous book written about the family.
Alisha
alright again I read book 2 before book 1. I wish it said on books whether it was part of a series
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