Liberty Banks loves revenge almost as much as she hates one Mr. Paul Grimes, who, she considers to be the most improper creature she has ever clapped eyes on. But when her plans for revenge against Paul go bust, she suddenly finds herself walking down the aisle to him.
Once married, a battle of the wills breaks out as each tries to reform the other. Liberty wants nothing more than to have a proper husband, and Paul will stop at nothing to have is all too proper wife do something--anything--to break the rules of society, specifically to do the most improper thing imaginable, fall in love with the most improper man: her husband.
**This is a full-length novel at 95,000 words.
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Liberty for Paul
Very intriguing characters inside a strong story line that just drops off at the end. Hopefully this means there will be sequels to resolve open plot lines!
Fascinating and Hysterical
The plots are captivating and the author has a great sense of humor. It was difficult to separate myself from the novel. The characters are so realistic and relatable. I can see these books made into a TV mini series.
I almost did not finish this book. The first half was sooooo boring and I dozed off several times, to be honest.
I only finished it because I started it and I have to finish a book once I start it.
I've never disliked a heroine more than I disliked Liberty. She's very annoying, judgmental, listens and forms opinions about her HUSBAND based on gossip.
Honestly, I just wanted her to redeem herself through out the book but she never did. Loved Paul, hated liberty.