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    Jennifer Blake(Author)

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  • PDF | 373 pages
  • Jennifer Blake(Author)
  • Mira Books (26 July 2011)
  • English
  • 7
  • Romance

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  • By britgirl on 24 October 2012

    Lady Isabel Milton and her younger sisters are cursed. At 23, Isabel has had many ask for her hand in marriage, but something always seems to happen to the groom, hence the curse. With her parents deceased, she's under the care, (or lack of), her half brother, the Earl of Graydon, who ignores her pleas not to be wed, and even goes as far as breaking her finger to make her do as he says. He's not happy he can't marry her himself to gain her dowry, so decides to rule her life anyway.At the beginning of the story, we see Isabel meet Sir Randall Braesford, who King Henry VII wishes her to marry, due to his loyalty and services to the crown in war. Being the by-blow of the former Braesford, Randall can hardly believe his luck at who his bride to be is. But he realises why Isabel is less than pleased when he witnesses Graydon hurting her, and ends up saving her. Isabel's touched when he tends to her finger, and is drawn to this man, yet still believes she shouldn't marry him. But she does, and finds herself enjoying her husband's attentions.However, Rand is arrested and taken to the tower, when it's believed he killed the king's by-blow daughter, Madeleine. Outraged, Isabel goes out of her way to defend her husband. Having known him better, she believes her husband's claim he's innocent. He wants her to stay out of it, fearing Isabel may share his fate if she interferes. But she ignores him, and works with his squire, David, to seek out the truth and find the real culprit before it's too late.Overall the book was OK. The start really pulled me in, eager to read more. There is deception on both sides of Rand and Isabel's family, which makes the story intriging. However, it seems to stagger towards the middle. Rand loses that air of mystery he had about him when we first meet him. I did enjoy watching him fall head over heels for Isabel, but Isabel seemed to switch her feelings pretty quickly, considering it only took bedding him to change her mind.Another thing was that we never know his age (why I don't know), and also Isabel suddenly gets it in her head that Madeleine could be Rand's, but she later seems to forget all about that idea.I won't read this again.3/5

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