Two Weeks With a Stranger {Free read online} Author Debra Mullins – Kindle & PDF

Debra Mullins ç 6 review

Ng him with her fiery kisses enchanting him with her scorching touches and awakening in him an insatiable hunger His duty to the Crown demands that he remain in town but Lucy has entered a most perilous game and she will not forfeit without Simon's total surrender. Do you ever read a book and wonder if it s familiar because you ve read it before or if the plot line has just been done so often I was wondering the same thing about this book and yet I m convinced that it has a companion book that goes through all these event s but through Gin and Fox s POV Not certain if it s by this author or not but somewhere out there it exists All that aside LOVED this book Spies murder romance surly English men and an outspoken American Debutant Whats not to love 4 stars

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Two Weeks With a Stranger

Wedded and bedded Lucy is devastated when she's abandoned by her new husband the very next day Though it was a marriage of convenience their heated wedding night gave her hope that it would turn into something But she refuses to be the demure bride left behind on. Read it in one night Loved it Usually I dislike regency novels where the heroine has to win back her husband because really he s already her husband and I wouldn t want someone who didn t want me However the novel started off hot and boy did it get hotter for a man who is supposedly of an intellectual than a charming rake he sure has moves that greenhouse scenefans self I also adored Gin and the secondary romance with John Foxworth Wonderful read

characters Two Weeks With a Stranger

A country estate while the stranger she married goes gallivanting about London even if she has to create a scandal of her ownSimon the Earl of Devingham would prefer his exuisite young bride remain at home where he left her Instead she follows him to London seduci. I read one other book by this author some ten years ago and enjoyed it Although this was pegged as a standalone I couldn t help feeling that a bit of a back story was missing I just checked fantasticfiction again and it is still listed as a novel not part of a series I suppose I could look further on Mullin s site but I won t take the time now I enjoyed the cleverness of the female protagonists in this and I appreciated that the hero had decided to come clean to Lucy even though her departure nipped that intention in the bud so to speak He s a good hero she s a fun heroine but somehow this one doesn t soar A nice read entertaining and fun but not a great one perhaps I ll see if I come across others by this author


10 thoughts on “Two Weeks With a Stranger

  1. says:

    I enjoyed the book but I couldn't get over the premise that he was going to sleep with that woman even though he loved his wife Did he kiss her? Touch her? It never said but he smelled of her perfume so they had to have come into contact with each other I don't think he did but I really wish it had said so Other than that big spoiler I enjoyed the book very much I liked the other characters as well and I could

  2. says:

    Lord Simon marries a simple country girl Lucy and leaves for London the next day intent on his spying duties Lucy hears rumors of inf

  3. says:

    Read it in one night Loved it Usually I dislike regency novels where the heroine has to 'win back' her husband because really he's already her husband and I wouldn't want someone who didn't want me However the novel started off hot and boy did it get hotter for a man who is supposedly of an intellectual than a charming rake he sure

  4. says:

    Fast paced book with secondary characters that were sometimes interesting than the central characters It was a fu

  5. says:

    I don't remember why I put this on my PBS wish list but it came so I read it It was pretty good I liked that they were married and

  6. says:

    I read one other book by this author some ten years ago and enjoyed it Although this was pegged as a standalone I couldn't help feeling that a bit of a back story was missing I just checked fantasticfiction again and it is still listed as a novel not part of a series I suppose I could look further on Mullin's site but I won't take the time no

  7. says:

    Do you ever read a book and wonder if it's familiar because you've read it before or if the plot line has just been done so often? I was wondering the same thing about this book and yet I'm convinced that it has a companion book that goes through all these event's but through Gin and Fox's POV Not certain if it's by this author or not but somewhere out there it exists All that aside LOVED this book Spies murder romance surly En

  8. says:

    I'm giving this book 4 stars because I think it was well written I just didn't care for it It just wasn't a story I particularly enjoyed because the Hh were already married I prefer of the courtship process However if you want a story where the Hh are already married I would definitely recommend this book

  9. says:

    Just not well thought out or interesting Kinda dull

  10. says:

    35 haven't read a Mullins in a while and this one was pretty good The start had me hooked but she kinda lost it

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