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The French Affair (Love, #2) #2020

The French Affair Love She must have been mad She was on her way to marry a man she had never set eyes on It was true The lovely young widow Lady Charteris Delphine to her friends had agreed to abide by her parents wishe

  • Title: The French Affair (Love, #2)
  • Author: Marion Chesney M.C. Beaton
  • ISBN: 9780449201190
  • Page: 386
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • The French Affair (Love, #2) By Marion Chesney M.C. Beaton, She must have been mad She was on her way to marry a man she had never set eyes on It was true The lovely young widow, Lady Charteris Delphine to her friends , had agreed to abide by her parents wishes and marry the Comte Saint Pierre Delphine s parents had long since died in the French terror, but when she learned of their wishes for her, she believed it her duty toShe must have been mad She was on her way to marry a man she had never set eyes on It was true The lovely young widow, Lady Charteris Delphine to her friends , had agreed to abide by her parents wishes and marry the Comte Saint Pierre Delphine s parents had long since died in the French terror, but when she learned of their wishes for her, she believed it her duty to respect their wishes Delphine would marry, but it would be a marriage in name only.But when Delphine saw Jules Saint Pierre, she got the shock of her life.He was the same man she had seen juggling in the streets at a local fair What was he doing as the Comte Saint Pierre Was he posing Had she made some terrible mistake

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    1 thought on “The French Affair (Love, #2)

    1. I enjoyed this book than I thought I would, and I can t seem to get it out of my head It is a poignant story about two young people who have overcome a tragic family history during the French Revolution, but have dealt with it in different ways.The hero is not the one who needs to be redeemed, it is the heroine who needs to change, although she is a good person The characters past gave this story a seriousness that made them seem so real and sympathetic They were not just two frivolous young pe [...]

    2. I have read a significant number and variety of Marion Chesney historical romances over the last couple of years They are like comfort food, the small snackable types that have a low calorie count and therefore engender little to no guilt, but also come in limited flavours Oft repeated names and character archetypes abound, and villains and subplots can often be guessed before they come in Everything is so cosy and easily established.The downside is that the thinking is quite old Obviously, the [...]

    3. The writing was decent but the story was uneven It was as if there were chapters missing and no one noticed it upon publishing There was much potential to this story.

    4. I like short romances saves you much endless does he she LOVE me dithering So points for that OTOH Elba to Waterloo, critical events in our hero s life, are handled by a page break blank space to all of that Worse, far too many words are given to the heroine s childish tantrums You don t really want to spend any time with her but would like to know about him So, in the end, just an average read on a day you are feeling generous.

    5. Oh, those Frenchies A widow agrees to an arranged marriage after she learns it was the wish of her parents who died in the French Revolution She is shocked to learn that her new husband is nothing like her late husband George, who was kind and fatherly.The new marriage is filled with resentment and distrust, and idle gossip becomes a source of danger Misunderstandings drive the two apart until after the Battle of Waterloo.

    6. Despite its title, it s actually a nice little story and I rather enjoy a change of pace from my usual mystery diet, but only because it s written by favorite author M C Beaton

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