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Download The Substitute Bridegroom ò PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB ↠ ➶ [Read] ➲ The Substitute Bridegroom By Charlotte Louise Dolan ➾ – Dogsalonbristol.co.uk Elizabeth Goldsborough is the happiest of young ladies set to wed the most handsome gentleman in town Then shockingly all is stripped fromVes her with no choice but to marry a man she despises From the author of The Black Widow A Regency romance reiss. I didnt care for this at all I never made it through the whole bookthere was just something so bland and off about the whole bookSomething else that annoyed me was the author cutting to scenesThe hero is carrying the heroine to her home to get her helpthen in the next paragraph some time has passed The heroine is waiting for her fiancee to come visit herThen cut to the heroine telling her brother yep my fiancee was here and broke the engagement because he cant stand to look at my faceIt was like the author was to go to the effort and write those scenesIsnt there an useful rule for writing How does it go again Oh yesshow dont tellAnd the hero was too arrogant He was a bit too casual about crashing his curricle and nearly killing a small childheroine was trying to rescue itThen the heroines younger brother gets it in his head that since the heroi say hah was responsible for his sister scarred face leading to her believe no one will want to marry a woman like thatthe brother decides to call on the hero guyHe is essentially made fun off and sent awayWhen I read the blurb I thought it sounded interesting but the characters were so one dimensional I couldnt finish itI wouldnt recommend this at all I

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Ngly all is stripped from her when an accidental The Substitute PDFEPUB or encounter with an arrogant captain lea. I liked the initial premise very much that the hero proposes from a sense of guilt and that this is explicit from the start That should set up an intriguing Does he love me or is it just guilt talking situation Unfortunately that potential is not really exploredThere were some very nice touches though in the hero's sharing with his men the Letters from Home the attitude of the servants in the Big House and some gorgeously bitchy sisters The hero is Strong and Silent and since he doesn't say much and what he does say is often curt it's very hard to understand him His actions at the start of the book cause the heroine to be badly injured but we don't see him ever apologise to her The heroine writes to him constantly while they are apart but it doesn't ever seem to cross his mind to write back When his neglect is pointed out to him he still doesn't provide any explanation for it He jumps to conclusions on the flimsiest evidence even when the evidence isn't really evident and conseuently treats the heroine badly His eventual redemption is unconvincingSo that all makes it difficult to emphathise much with the heroine who has fallen in love with a really not very nice man By 34 of the book they have spent just two weeks together most of it in the company of family with little one to one conversation I found myself rooting for her to put down the bitchy sisters call the hero out on his appalling behaviour do Something to assert herself other than view spoilersteal a baby and conceal it from her husband hide spoiler

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The Substitute BridegroomElizabeth Goldsborough is the happiest of young ladies set to wed the most handsome gentleman in town Then shocki. With Spoilers This regency has a forced moc plot but with a little twist The H a captain on leave from Spain ends up hurting and scarring the h on the face while curricle racing with a friend Her fickle fiancé dumps her as he cannot bear to look at her ruined face and her brother decides that if it can be ‘an eye for an eye’ it sure can be ‘a husband for a husband’ too The H a dedicated career soldier and a misogynist who has no intention of ever marrying offers for her not because the h’s brother challenges his honor but because it’s something his vampy sister warns him against This H had some serious woman issues The h is as pure as driven snow in thoughts heart and body of courseThe bad people are as immoral self seeking and lacking in anything good as the people of those infamous mythological cities of yore The level of immorality and promiscuity suggested is unbelievable your sisters have brought their husbands their lovers their lovers' wives their husbands' mistresses their husbands' mistresses' husbands—The H is rigid and judgmental and a doubting Thomas of the worst kind He thinks all women are duplicitous and depraved who fool men Men of course are the faithful incorruptible babes in the woodThe tone is vague and distant and apart from when telling about the debauchery and evil deeds of the bad people the reader is told of things rather than shown The hH barely spend time together for most of the book as he's off several times to teach the Corsican upstart a lesson and do not really connect even when they are together It’s also has the problem of keeping the blacks and whites too stark and undiluted Since this is my first book by this author I don’t know if this is her usual styleBut still a good formulaic read The servants her neighbours and her young cousin make up for the lack of warmth with their fairytale ish dedication to the h The exchange of letters is also a good touch