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There is a wonderful Carla Kelly book where a duke traveling incognito falls in love with a young lady whom he believes to be an heiress. View all 59 comments. London, EnglandUnited Kingdom. I loved John and Viola’s courtship. Apr pecho, sraxe rated it did not like it Shelves: Does this not make the other woman worthier of having her kids successing the title?

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He did happen to edseo good looking and titled, but he wasn’t extraordinary in the way you want a romance hero to be, ek even over-the-top in the old school bodice ripper style. And somehow I didn’t care enough about either Viola or John in the end. On every single page, the hero says things about how “we” hurt the marriage, when I would have said “you” to Viola.

Eight years ago, Viola, the beautiful young sister of a Duke, married the man she fell in love with at first sight, Lord Hammond. A womaniser, a charlatan, a good-for-nothing. He had a kid! Wait, no she did not. I admit that that Hero was a hard sell. View all 27 comments. He did happen to be good looking and titled, but he wasn’t extraordinary in the way you This one is hard to rate. May 17, Daisiemae rated it really liked it Shelves: Until one day, John finally came to his senses and prayed it wasn’t too late to win back the love of his very own wife.


Ahora si me toca ir con hasta ahorita mi personaje favorito Wraith Again, I have some past experience to draw upon in empathising, and it felt familiar enough to hit home. His words, not mine, by the way — he calls her that on more than one occasion, and to her face, at that.

I liked him better than Viola, who was awfully prim and almost seemed deeo enjoy her role as The Victim. She loved him with all the passion of her seventeen year old heart when they married, but a bitter betrayal left her hating the man that she once vowed to love. He was having sex with somebody while he told her nice things and courted her. Y es que como me dijo alguien una vez: Mostly because I sympathised so much with Viola – yes, modern woman that I am – that I didn’t want John anywhere near her.

So maybe he should get a title.

Belatedly realizing that he loves her, the hero sets out to find her and only then realizes that he doesn’t even know her last name.

John is not very admirable, but he oozes charm. Thanks for telling us about the problem. Quotes from The Marriage Bed. Even after reading the books summary and a few reviews from my fellow GR mates.

She also had a frown of such scorn, it could send a man straight to hell.

When the mountains of letters from his ex came I saw it lwcho like a big avalanche of snow and I could not do a thing about it. Did I enjoy it? And now he’s returned. In my mind, if Viola was a mature person she would have said that she would make an effort to work things out in an adult fashion as long as he was faithful to her. Many readers automatically condemn a book where the hero is unfaithful to his wife, but I see nothing wrong with a plot where a man like Hammond behaves exactly as guhhrke man like Hammond would have behaved in Maybe lecoh overreacted to the fact that her husband kept a mistress before they were married and then admitted to marrying her for her money, but her pain at his infidelities was very real.


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It takes the fun and sauciness out of it all. And it seem all these good women did. And i mean why not?

There had been no admission of guilt, no words of love, and no apologies. Maybe it is because he was so flawed, I really don’t know. She was in love with him because he was good-looking, sexy and an absolute charmer.

Maybe his repentance for his womanising ways was required, but not as clubbed together with his realization of his feelings for the h. Is it a kink for historical romance writers? View all 6 comments. Either you will get on the Hero’s side and root for him and Viola, or you won’t.

Guhrke doesn’t write typical romance stories, that’s for sure. A bit disappointed again! And during that time, John had a series of mistresses to stave off his loneliness, which hurt Viola deeply cos she was still in love with him. This was a badly written book.

Hi laura i read your novel the marrige bed and i wonder how viola could forgive to her dam husband and he is not regret he was cheating ne