THE EARL'S SECRET
The Earl’s Secret—Jennifer has fallen deeply in love with an earl she met while at his castle in Scotland. The two of them have gotten close to one another very quickly, sharing a heated romance. However, even after they are bound together, the earl'’s cold words deeply injure her. The Pirate’s Kiss—Lucinda has left behind the memories of her youthful past and become a sensible governess to a young woman. But one night, she sees something unbelievable in the garden—her former fiancé, Daniel de Lancey, who abandoned her to become a pirate
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- two secrets 3
- JAB 03/14/2016 1 people found the following review helpful
Earl's secret:The plot was okay in the beginning with the hero slowly wooing the heroine till he gets her into bed and she says, "I love you", which turns the hero cold making all these harsh, no not harsh: cruel. Then we find out that the hero has a daughter who he can't say that he's her father because of his ex-wife and husband. I get that there is a plot line but here is what I don't get. The hero and the ex-wife married, had a little girl then a year later, the ex-wife runs off with the baby and suddenly appears as the newlywed wife of some other rich guy and stating that the hero's child is the new husband's child. There was no claim of divorced being signed so her marriage had to be invalid to the new man. Not only that, why didn't the hero fight for custody rights for his little girl if he loved her so much. Everybody knows that if you have the money, the standing, and a good history then you have a great chance of getting your child. Instead, the hero plays the fun uncle. I mean, the fact that heroine pointed him out of what he could do, astounded him. Everybody knows about rights to a child, even people who don't have kids know. Seriously, did he not look at all the options. I applaud the heroine for helping him out get his little girl but I wish there was a little more so I gave it two stars. The Pirate's kiss was pretty good. I like the plot twist, the ending, and the characters because both of them have jobs in the 18th century even if it is a governess and a spy.
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