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Historical Romance IN HIS LORDSHIP'S BED

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Since arriving in London, Eleanor has fantasized about a life with her fairy-tale prince, Lord Nicholas Buckland. When a trip with her pregnant sister brings them to an old run-down inn, Eleanor is dumbfounded to learn that her very own fairy-tale prince is also a guest at this dreary establishment. After a dream-filled night, Eleanor wakes up to her sister’s shrieking and finds herself in bed with a naked Lord Buckland.

Reading terms One-day rental / membership period
Preview 30 Pages
Pages 129 Pages
Available until : Jul. 31st 2018(Monthly course($79.99)

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Not too great 2  2

I like historical type ones... but this one was not so great and I think that may be because it had not so great pacing, especially in the middle. Still, the female lead was pretty funny and interesting later in the story, in the beginning all her complaining bothered me. The male lead was so - so as far as personality. The Art was not bad but I wasn't a big fan of the way they drew the characters. Honestly, though I gave this one a 2 star. I think I would enjoy this one a lot more in novel form. Still I'd say it wasn't a waste of time to read. It had it's good moments.

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Yah. 5  5

I love the hero and heroine. They were both so funny. I liked the heroine for her unusual quirks to society and how she doesn't let it effect. You also have to give her points on fighting back one of the mean girls. I liked the Hero because he is kind and caring to a stranger. Thinking about how society worked back then, even though, he hadn't done anything ( neither did she) he took the responsibility and kept trying to figure her out. One of my favorite moments for the hero is when he discovers how many interesting things there are about his wife. The fact that he likes her for her unusual quirks. It was a good book in the end.

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