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Merely Married by Patricia Coughlin
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The wedding that opened the book was something I haven't come across but then the book follows your standard 'Reform the Rake'* plot. Nothing particularly original apart from the details of the marriage but it was enjoyable all the same.

It did dip a bit in the middle, but picked up again in time for the Big Misunderstanding and Confessions of Feelings.

I liked the characters. They were real, and I actually got involved it what was going on. Some parts were predictable, but others really threw me.

This was a very humorous and witty read and I'd recommend it to anyone :) 4/5

* Insert other; rogue, scoundrel, hellion, jerk, playboy, etc.
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“I see.” Her troubled gaze focused on the lock. “And the key would be ... ?”

“Gone,” he said. “Lost years ago. Not that it matters none. I once seen His Grace kick in a brick wall ‘cause he was in a mood for what lay on the other side.”
Patricia Coughlin, Merely Married

“To ... to ... What the heck to call a duke who ’comes a monk?”

“Brother?” Colin ventured.

Will shook his head. “A bit too familiar. How ‘bout BrotherYourGrace?”

“Got it,” Colin exclaimed. “Your Celibacy. Get it? Your Celibacy.”
Patricia Coughlin, Merely Married
tags: humor


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