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I loved the camaraderie between the two from the start. Like I said, the message in the book, to let go of the past, is good. Marianne Nesbitt adored her late husband, David, but the racy reminiscences of the Merry Widows make her wonder if she missed something special. Of course everything works out in the end. Also by This Author.
When he comes to her, he says “It’s me” and assumes she knows who he is. Their conversation was so amusing. Best friends for years yet she can’t recognise him as the as the same man who whispered sweet words of nighy while holding her in his embrace. Whatever His Name was, but I don’t think it was done very well. Once Upon a Duke. The brazen request turns Adam’s world upside down. Marianne Nesbitt yhe her late husband David, but the racy reminiscences of the Merry Widows make her wonder if she missed something special.
Log-in to write a review or add a video review. So Marianne drinks a little and then falls asleep waiting for Sherwood. Similar to Julia Quinn’s book “When he was wicked”.
Paperbackpages. Granted, Marianne is pretty fucking dumb as well for not realizing that it’s Adam. I still remember the plot, and considering I read the book 3 years ago,it is quite a feat.
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She travels to England regularly, always in search of more historical and local color to help bring her books to life. That and the anachronistic attitudes of its leads brought this book down to B- level, but as a series this one looks promising. Sep 18, Katie rated it it was ok Shelves: Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment. He wants to lie next to her. Marianne who was happily married and every bit in love with her husband David realize that maybe s The first installment of the merry widows series.
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Unmask Me If You Can. There were a couple of things that I’m not quite sure go with the time period, but I read this kind of book to be entertained and I’m willing overlook historical accuracy for the sake of entertainment. But they have no intention of forsaking physical passion for the rest of their lives. I really like these very interesting widows, especially as they have different characters. And even with how much I like to see a hero grovel I don’t think this one really had a reason to be as punished as he was.
Dec 15, Jultri rated it it was ok Shelves: Assured of both money and position, none of the five respectable ladies who form the Merry Widows need ever marry again, so they make a daring pact-each will consider taking a lover for the pure pleasure of it. The brazen request turns Adam’s world upside down. Common terms and phrases Adam Adam’s Aldershot asked balcony ball Beatrice Beatrice asked beautiful bedchamber believe Benevolent Widows betrothal body breath Cazenove chair Clarissa close course damned dance dark dear door Dorset dress duchess enjoy Evelina eyes face feel felt fingers Fitzwilliam gentleman Gilchrist girl Grace grin hair hand happened happy he’d head heard hope house party husband idea imagine invited Julian Sher kiss knew Lady Presteign Lavinia lips look Lord Havering Lord Hopwood Lord Julian Lowestoft Marianne’s marriage marry Merry Widows mind Miss Leighton-Blair mouth never night Ossing passion Penelope Penelope’s Perhaps physical intimacy pleasure pulled Rochdale sexual Sherwood sitting room smiled someone Somerfield sorry sure take a lover talk tell Thank thing thought told Tolliver tongue tonight took touch Troutbeck turned voice wait walked wanted watched whispered Wilhelmina Wiltshire wish woman women wonder worry young.
View all 4 comments. To ask other readers questions about In the Thrill of the Nightplease sign up. Adam and Marianne were both as likable as could be, although I thought they were more 21st than 19th century in their attitudes.
So I had to pick up another book of the ‘Merry widow series’ – so why not the first? You can read this item using any of the following Kobo apps and devices: Which I will read, but not right away. I spent most of the time with a silly grin on my face as I watched Marianne and Adam try to be interested in other people while it was obvious that they only had eyes for each other.
I would have liked for her to have other problems and conflicts to content with, not just the memory of her husband and her feelings for his best friend. Song for a Lady: And she comes to see that she and Adam share that passion.
Since he cannot bear the thought of another man doing so, he foils her every attempt at seduction. The Regency ladies have decided that even though their husbands have passed away, they are very much alive. It was an enjoyable, entertaining, light read.
Okay, she’s also upset because he did this while being engaged to someone else.
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Please review your cart. I’m sure that, by the end of the series, every last one of them will be married. This was a very well researched historical romance. The Duke Who Ravished Me. On the one hand a lot of it was refreshing – no alpha-hole hero, no stupid heroine, genuine consequences to actions not just convenient set-ups for shagging sessionsreal emotions, closely followed relationship development, authentic language etc.
And it was wonderful. It is the only author website listed among the online resources for the Jane Austen Centre in England. In the Thrill of the Night by Candice Hern. Book 1 of the Merry Widows series!