Regency Romance: The Heartless Rake

    • 3.0 • 114 Ratings

Publisher Description

Breeding for dowry was never really his thing...

Lord Adam Sonhurst, the seventh Marquess of Norfolk, is notorious for his rakish character. He has no intention of settling down any time soon. In fact, he would prefer downing a glass of poison than getting married. And he firmly believes that love is a dangerous notion that incapacitates a person’s logical reasoning power. His father once fell in love with his mother and he had seen how that love had ruined him!

But his mother wants him to produce an heir soon to carry on the family legacy. She has chosen for him a lady of impeccable breeding who would also bring a sizeable dowry. As much as he loathes his mother, Adam knows that she is right. But he refuses to marry the girl of her choice.

When circumstances force him to get married to that very girl, he vows to make life hell for her!

★★★★★
"POWERFUL! Rose Haven creates an intensely romantic world for young and old alike. A place where there is darkness and light, love and hope, and if you dare to go there you will never want to leave."

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2015
September 21
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
37
Pages
PUBLISHER
Kindledromance
SELLER
Draft2Digital, LLC
SIZE
236.6
KB

Customer Reviews

Wab99 ,

Lacking

Good plot, but as the falling action of the story happened, it was more like falling off a cliff than a downhill slope! I was connecting with the characters and then BAM story over. Luckily it said “the end” or I might not have noticed!

A1234A56 ,

Terrible

This story started out well but, within one or two sentences, character’s attitudes, speeches, and understanding of familial history does a 180. It is completely unbelievable, horribly done, and terribly disappointing since it started out well. This story deserves a longer and more developed plot.

honeywd ,

A Heartless Rake.

I only gave this 1 Star because it seemed to me to be written by a young pre teen. The most obvious mistakes were in using modern phrases in place of regency word. Scared should have been nervous or frightened. And a Maquis would never have fun! He would enjoy or been entertained. There were many more instances in this very short novella. Research is the key here.

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