Fool for Love (Montana Romance #2)
Amelia Elphick’s life is over. She may have been born a lady, but when she finds herself ji ...more
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Wow all I can say is that if I had not paid 5.00 bucks for this book it would have been my first DNF! Ever! The blurb looked so good, and the plot line was a great idea. To bad I hated the heroine so much that she ruined the whole book for me, and made me want to slap the shit out of her! From the start of the book til the 91% mark she does nothing but go on about what a worthless whore she is because she slept wi ...more
This was my first book by Merry Farmer and I was pretty excited to start on it. The cover is typical wild west and blurb pretty interesting.
The story is set in the regency era where England was divided into the stuffy upper class and the looked-down-upon lower class. Amelia is stuck in such a pretentious world. Forced by circumstances to fall in the lower class, she has lost the support of everyone and the supposed love and promises of the man who had once ...more
I still would read more books by this author. Merry Farmer writes with a light, fun, and romantic feel that I really do like.
If you ask me that how much I liked this book then I have only one answer for you. I read this book twice back to back. Yep, that's how much I loved this book. Author's writing is completely flawless and she does not lose her hold at the book even for a second. I enjoyed reading each and every page of the book. All the characters of the book have been written well. The best part of the book is the relationship of Eric and Amelia. It is very beautiful and you would wish for a relationship like th ...more
Lucky for her a Southern gentleman comes to her rescue. Eric saw how British society treated her and cou ...more
Once again, Ms. Farmer has touched pen to paper and created magic! Few today would not wonder at the harshness of English society and cheer for the young American who offers help.
Read full review in the 2013 June issue of InD’tale Magazine.