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Someone to Wed (Westcott #3)

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A very practical marriage makes Alexander Westcott question his heart in the latest Regency romance from the New York Times bestselling author of Someone to Hold.

When Alexander Westcott becomes the new Earl of Riverdale, he inherits a title he never wanted and a failing country estate he can’t afford. But he fully intends to do everything in his power to undo years of negl
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Kindle Edition, 384 pages
Published November 7th 2017 by Berkley
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Julie
Someone to Wed by Mary Balogh is a 2017 Berkley publication.

A tender, but redemptive love story, that gave me so many feels!


While this series has been quality reading up to this point, as is most anything Mary Bologh pens, I was still suffering a bit of a book hangover from the ‘Survivor’ series, which was absolutely amazing. Up to this point the first two books in the Wescott series have failed to really grab me in the same way.

However, this third installment was the perfect remedy for my pre
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Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
Aug 16, 2017 rated it really liked it
A lovely Regency romance, to be published in November, that I downed whole in one evening. It's by one of the better-known authors in the field, Mary Balogh. The unique plot point here is that the heroine, Wren, has a large purple birthmark on one side of her face that she considers disfiguring, and she's been a hermit for many years, always wearing a veil in public. Notwithstanding that, she's also an intelligent, accomplished businesswoman who's taken over her uncle's glassworks business.

Now h
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WhiskeyintheJar/Kyraryker
I received this book for free in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.

Wren has hidden herself away from the world but without her aunt and uncle, she has grown lonely. Deciding that her inheritance should be good for something, she decides to buy herself a husband.
Alexander was happy in his life but now finding himself an earl of an impoverished estate, his life has been turned upside down.
What starts off as a business propositi
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Caz
Feb 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
I've given this an A- at AAR, so that's 4.5 stars rounded up.

Someone to Wed is the third book in Mary Balogh’s series following the fortunes of the Westcott family as its members struggle to put their lives back together after the revelation of a long-buried family secret impacts all of them in many different ways.  The author once again proves herself to be incredibly skilled at examining the detail and minutiae of relationships – both romantic and familial – and in her ability to make her char
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Mei
Nov 17, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: historical
What would you do if you had a big mark on your face?

When I was young even having a pimple was a huge tragedy!

Sometimes I watch a TV show where plastic surgeons remove scars from peoples' faces and here I felt sad that such an option was not available to Wren. I don't even know if modern medicine could help her...

I admired Wren at the end of the book very much! I don't know if I would have such courage!

And I loved Alexander (and his family too!) even more for appreciating Wren for herself with
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Lyuda
Nov 17, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Mary Balogh is my comfort read. She waves her magic and creates emotionally satisfying world of complex relationships between strong, likable and honorable characters without relying too much on evil villains or annoying misunderstandings. Her stories tend to have more characters’ introspection as opposed to melt downs or limitless arguments.

The story, third in the series, is no exception and I would say it’s my favorite in the series. I loved both protagonists. I don’t know if it's possible to
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♥Rachel♥
Nov 05, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: historical, favorites
Oh, this book! I just loved it so much!

Since Wren has lost her aunt and uncle, Wren has been lonely. She wants a marriage and hopes for all that comes with it: respect, trust, affection, and children. As a wealthy woman she sets out to buy a husband, since she doesn’t think she could acquire one any other way. She’s heard of Alexander Westcott’s predicament, inheriting the title of Earl of Riverdale with the massive estate of Brambledean, long neglected, and in need of a mountain of money to re
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Jacob Proffitt
Jun 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: romance, steamy
This is third in a series and I highly recommend that you read them in order. The extended family is broad and a lot of them show up in all the stories and that can be confusing if you’re coming into that newly here. All the books are outstanding, so at least starting at the beginning shouldn’t be a burden.

This one became my favorite, no question. And it has been a whole week since I finished, so I’m afraid this review won’t be as good as it could have been. Which sucks, but it was still too raw
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Penny Reid
Apr 16, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Oh man, this one started out SO GOOD!! I had that expectant feeling in my chest at the build up, and then their (view spoiler) Along the way, what could have been passionate and exciting became . . . tepid? With two MC's so entirely free of making poor d ...more
Geri Reads
Nov 17, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
There's plenty to like in Someone to Wed, Mary Balogh's third installment in her Westcott series.

It's a fantastic MOC story, something that Mary Balogh does really well. Great, well-developed characters. Wren is such a strong, layered character. She knows what she wants and while she presents this cold and aloof behavior on the outside, her heart is passionate. But years of self-imposed seclusion and loneliness did a number of her, which made her all the more endearing and likable in my opinion
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Caz
I won't rehash my review of the book, which is HERE.

The audio version - narrated by the incomparable Rosalyn Landor - is every bit as enjoyable as the print version - possibly even moreso given the extra emotional nuance conveyed by Ms. Landor, who is just brilliant at getting into the heads of the characters she narrates.

Highly recommended.

Hollis
I'm sorta starting to regret my determination to catch up on this series in preparation for my ARC of book four because I have a sneaking suspicion I might have liked it better had I not experienced all these up and down reads for my first foray in Balogh's writing.

"Do you value yourself so little that you believe only your money gives you any worth at all?"
"Yes."

Strangely, in some ways, SOMEONE TO WED was my favourite of the Westcott series so far because the arrangement between this couple was
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Ira
Nov 22, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: historical
This is going to be a quick review!:)

I love Mary Balogh’s books and this one too, every time I read it, I feels like been watching those BBC period drama!:) it feel authentic 😍.
Also, her heroine mostly a real woman, not 18 years old simpering miss!

This one is no difference, the heroine is a 29 years old successful business woman.
Usually with other authors, the heroine in this age will giving up man and feel permanently stay on the shelf. But this one? She used her money and tried to buy a husba
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Tina
Sep 17, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I put this book on my TBR because Mary Balogh is an autobuy for me, not because I was necessarily excited for Alexanders' story. Frankly, Alexander wasn't all that exciting in the two previous books.

But Balogh transforms Alexander into a truly great hero in this one, he rather blossoms honestly.

This story seems rather an allusion to beauty and the beast with the gender roles reversed. In fact, like she did in the first book of the series where she throws romance novel convention out the window a
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Juliana Philippa
She was well aware that she was different. She was not warm or open in manner and never could be. She seemed incapable of showing her feelings. She was not ... Oh, she was not a thousand and one things other people were without any effort.

What
was she, then? She did not want to define herself for the rest of her life with negatives.
What an enjoyable read! I just recently finished Book 2 in the series, Someone to Hold (my review), which was absolutely lovely, but it's not a required read (als
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Marlene
Oct 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Originally published at Reading Reality

I’m a little early with this review, but this was the book that was calling my name. So I decided to listen to that little voice and just read it now anyway. And I’m so very glad I did.

Someone to Wed is the third book in Balogh’s historical romance Westcott series, and just like the first two books, Someone to Love and Someone to Hold, it is an absolute treat from beginning to end.

The stories are all tied together, loosely enough that you don’t HAVE to read
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Heather *Awkward Queen and Unicorn Twin*
Aug 16, 2017 rated it liked it
Recommended to Heather *Awkward Queen and Unicorn Twin* by: Tadiana ✩Night Owl☽
This was a sweet romance. I've read three of Balogh's books before, and I'm still not sure if I'm a fan. What drew me to this one was the fact that the heroine has a purple birthmark on her face. This isn't mentioned in the synopsis, and I probably wouldn't have picked the book up if I hadn't learned of this from reading Tadiana's review.

I really enjoyed Wren as a character. Her growth and insecurities were well-described and realistic. A lot of the story was dull for me however, and that's prob
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Dorine
Rated 4.5 - SOMEONE TO WED by Mary Balogh exemplifies her skills in characterization. I adored our heroine, Wren, from the very beginning, even though she was determined and overbearing. It was easy to see through her haughty behavior as a barrier she used as much as her veil.

Miss Wren Heyden inherits Withington House and her uncle’s glass factory, after the couple she claimed as her parents die within a week of each other. Considering herself a businesswoman first, she intends to buy herself a
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Jan130
May 08, 2017 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: historical, regency
2.5 to 3 stars. There were aspects of the book that I liked, but overall, it was just okay for me. Somehow I never really warmed to Alexander and Wren, and their romance fell a little flat for me.

Alexander has recently and unexpectedly inherited a title and a run-down estate. A neighbour near his new estate, Wren is a bit of a recluse due to her awful childhood, and the fact that she has a large purple birthmark on her face, about which she is understandably quite self-conscious. But Wren has an
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Janga
Feb 27, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Admittedly, the pace of the book is slow. Alex and Wren’s story is about as far from insta-lust as a romance can be. They meet and part and meet again and gradually come to understand their feelings for each other. They don’t so much fall in love as they grow in love. This is one of the things I valued most in this book, having read a surfeit of books based on a romance variation of Caesar’s description of victory: I saw, I lusted, I came. A book in a Balogh series invites readers into a world ...more
Laura (Kyahgirl)
That was really lovely. I thoroughly enjoyed the process of luring/cajoling/enticing Wren out of her cocoon. The Westcotts and Radleys are maybe a bit too sweet and awesome as a family but I am happy to go with it for the warm fuzzies.
steph
I loved it.I absolutely loved it.

There is something about this book (i.e. Wren) that grabbed me and wouldn't let me go. I just adored Wren and the way she held herself aloof from the world but the reasoning behind her walls and spending 400 pages watching her start to let others in? "Do we have the courage?" Her character just did so many things to my heart, I can't even put them into words.

Going into this I knew I already really liked Alex (had from the first book) but seeing the world through
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Susana
3.5 Stars

An engaging story lovely written. I've come to love most of the author's books because of the care that it's placed on everything. The setting, the characters, the atmosphere, they're all perfectly done.
Also the fact that they mostly have a story besides _eventually _ disrobing... helps.
This story has all the things that I like:
_No insta love;
_No insta attraction;
_No pointless drama;

Instead there's friendship and companionship from the part of a big crazy family.
From my experience, I
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Someone to Wed by Mary Balogh is a Regency romance at its finest and one not to be missed. It is Beauty and the Beast but in reverse and shows the heroine that beauty is in the eye of the beholder. Wren Heyden is a wealthy businesswoman and is convinced that she is going to have to use her wealth to buy herself a husband. She wants a marriage and figures if men can do this why can’t she? Lucky for her she has a new neighbor who needs the means to repair his country estate and could use a bit of
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Gilgamesha
Nov 10, 2017 rated it it was amazing
It is that time of the month and I am currently digging into a cartoon of Ben and Jerry and because of my insatiable sweet tooth I am inclined to use deserts as analogies to express my reaction to this book specifically the main characters. Please forgive my fanciful thoughts but to me damaged people, myself included, are like dark chocolate. To most, especially those with staid vanilla preferring palates, dark chocolate is too strong, the flavor too overwhelming, the initial taste too bitter, a ...more
Manda Collins

I scored an ARC of Balogh's Someone to Wed and really enjoyed it. Alex was the hero I was waiting for from the first book and he didn't disappoint. Wren was an unusual heroine but I think Balogh did a very good job--as she always does--of getting inside the mind of someone who has been profoundly hurt emotionally. The supporting cast was lively and I was touched by how welcoming they were to Wren. Looking forward to more stories of this family.
Carolyn
Nov 08, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: balogh-mary
I loved Alexander from the very first book and was happy to see his story come to life. As always, Ms. Balogh did not let me down! Intriguing, complex characters. Loved visiting with characters from earlier books in this series. I, literally, could not put the book down and finished it in one day. Wonderful!

I can't wait for the next one!
Luli
Mar 21, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Recommended to Luli by: Lyuda
You can find this review in English below.

4.5 stars.
En mis anteriores intentos de leer a la señora Balogh siempre acabé con la sensación de que sus novelas eran más históricas que románticas. Su estilo es demasiado realista, demasiado preciso, tanto que no conseguía conectar ni disfrutar de sus personajes. Los encontraba tan sensatos, tan acomodados en la situación histórica de la que eran protagonistas, que al final era algo así como, bueno, si tú ni sientes ni padeces, ¿porque voy a hacerlo yo
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herdys
Nov 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Sometimes I don't understand how I can hate one of her books but then completely LOVE another! Mary Balogh you baffle me, but please continue to write books like these!

This book felt so much like The Arrangement from her Survivor's club series. It wasn't too dramatic or angsty and didn't have a grand plot. It's about two people who meet and get to know each other in special circumstances, then get married and fall in love in the best way! It may not work for other people but slow burn is the be
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Jultri
Typical Balogh book, enthralling to those who love her elegant prose and character driven slow-brewing romances and offering very little in the way of titillating bedroom scenes, which I know is a turn-off for others.

Wren Heyden is a glass empire heiress following the death of her beloved uncle and aunt who adopted her at the age of 10, raised her with love and kindness and turned her into the intellectually confident and independent woman she is today as the successful sole owner of the busine
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Mary Jenkins was born in 1944 in Swansea, Wales, UK. After graduating from university, moved to Saskatchewan, Canada, to teach high school English, on a two-year teaching contract in 1967. She married her Canadian husband, Robert Balogh, and had three children, Jacqueline, Christopher and Sian. When she's not writing, she enjoys reading, music and knitting. She also enjoys watching tennis and curl ...more
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