Anne's Perfect Husband (Sinclair Bride, #2)
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Anne's Perfect Husband (Sinclair Brides #2)

3.71 of 5 stars 3.71  ·  rating details  ·  78 ratings  ·  8 reviews
Ian Sinclair, younger son of an earl and not entirely healed of battle wounds, finds himself named guardian of his Colonel's daughter, Anne. Out of duty, he decides to give her a season with all the opportunity for a good marriage that it implies.

Anne, although uncertain of the sudden change in her fortunes, consents. All plans, however, are interrupted by the first of sev...more
Paperback, 299 pages
Published March 1st 2001 by Harlequin Books
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skywalker (cruisin' in ma Batmobile)
Nice read.
All thanks to the characters and the decent writing, although the plot follows same formula, as one too many HR or just romance books, in general.
Ian Sinclair. Here’s one alpha male from HR i like. This guy’ humble nature is due to a long ago injury he suffered as a soldier in war. Don’t give me grief for liking this guy because he’s a hurt puppy. Since otherwise he’d be the ever infamous rake whose arrogant overconfidence comes from all his sexual escapades. Just tired of ‘em all. If...more
Anna An
I can't believe the ending! I fell like the last pages of the book has gone missing somewhere. Maybe it was ripped, misplaced or even forgotten to be printed for some reason (I wish…). How can a story which relationship between the H/h was built quite carefully unhurried has such disappointing way of solving the main problem? And what sort of ending was that? If it were not because of that, I would happily give the book 5 stars.
4.5 stars

Very well done Regency romance. More in depth than many out there. Not a comedy of manners and the characters were not just modern people dressed up in fancy clothes. It was reminescent of early Balogh's style. The hero Ian is an honorable man who falls in love with his ward who is the daughter of a cowardly man who almost got him killed in Portugal. Both the hero and the heroine are very well developed and you care about both of them. The only reason I don't give it that last half star...more
for a man that is supposed to be crippled and injured, Ian Sinclair sure gets around England in this book. Still, this was a fun, sweet, & quick romantic read.
The ending did not live up to the rest of the story. It was more of a 2 1/2 stars for me.
This was well done. It was well written with a good plot. Clean.
Too heavy for my tastes, at least in a romance.
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Gayle Wilson is a two-time RITA® Award winner, taking home the RITA® Award for Best Romantic Suspense Novel in 2000 and for Best Romantic Novella in 2004. In addition to twice winning the prestigious RITA® Award, Gayle’s books have garnered more than 50 other awards and nominations, including most recently the Daphne du Maurier Award for the Best Single Title Romantic Suspense of 2008, awarded to...more
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