He is notorious. Lord Simon Roxbury is a godsend to gossip columnists everywhere. This notorious rake has recently been caught in an extremely. Read “A Tale of Two Lovers” by Maya Rodale with Rakuten Kobo. An incredible new talent, Maya Rodale continues her deliciously exciting “Writing Girls”. A TALE OF TWO LOVERS. Image of A Tale of Two Lovers. Author(s). Maya Rodale. Rodale is back, this time with a heroine whose penchant for getting into.
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I reread this, and still, I love it so much! I won’t go on. This is just the story she needs to trounce her rival and her story is a success, much to her delight.
I had to physically restrain myself from punching the words on page. He had no plans to offer for her but soon realizes that the only way for both of them to become respectable is to marry each other which will also satisfy his father’s ultimatum. If abhorrently terrible hale progression with no story drive isn’t enough to prompt immediate throat-slitting via dead-tree-book paper cuts, then surely to Yoda’s chin-hair the unbelievably dry-dead-dead-dead characters must be, they tael Lord R while likable was too accommodating and quick to forget the wrongs that she has imposed on him.
Simon is what I like to call, a man-ho. No, cancel Yes, report it Thanks! Of those, I’ve given 5 stars to only 6 of them. Then when an intruder breaks into their home, mata finally become man and wife in truth.
A consistent, if not exactly historically accurate, setting. View all 3 comments. At this point despite liking Lord R, my eyebrows are creased in puzzlement. Rodale’s writing is the maga star in this book.
Julianna misses being independent and writing. So Simon assuming that any woman would have him, thinks of this as no big deal.
A Tale of Two Lovers (Writing Girls, book 2) by Maya Rodale
This decision not only cements his ruin but results in someone close to her being wounded. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Julianna reports on gossip and is the mysterious Lady of Distinction and one of her most reported on persons is the notorious rake, Lord Simon Roxsbury. The Duke of Seduction. I was so ready get to the end of this book. Anyway, I liked Julianna and her tussles with Roxbury were highly entertaining.
Roxbury and Julianna spend the first half of the story trading barbs, fighting their attraction for each other, and trying to avoid Julianna’s nemesis, the other gossip columnist in London, “A Man About Town. Continue shopping Checkout Continue shopping. They marry and the drama continues which made me like her less and less. No plot, bad characters The Lady Is Daring. I liked the ending much better than the start. He takes it all in stride, and I couldn’t help but admire him for that.
However in terms of enjoyment and fun, this book succeeded well in making me smile over and over at both leads antics and their unforeseen repercussions building and building higher every day. Thanks for telling us about the problem. So much so, she moves out while he is still asleep. He intends to set the record straight.
A Tale of Two Lovers
Jan 25, Melodie rated it really liked it Shelves: I understand her background and bad experience with men, but it just got on my nerves to the point I wanted to shake some sense into her. Once More, My Darling Rogue.
For the Love of the Marquess. Beyond Scandal and Desire. This is the second in a series and I highly recommend reading rldale in order. Jul 14, Eastofoz rated it really liked it Recommends it for: The Rogue and the Rival. The Pleasures of Passion. In return to this nosy, attractive woman, Simon does something that makes Lady Julianna Somerset has worked hard after her husbands scandalous death to make her name proper and she has succeeded for the most part.
A Tale of Two Lovers was a bit of a wall banger for me.
Now it was not my favorite, I think I enjoyed the first one a lot more, but Tale of Two Lovers was a very enjoyable read and there were many things I liked about it. When she reports it, she expects locers life to keep going great and getting better, only her life starts a spiral downward.
So, some of the things were underdeveloped and that stopped me from really investing myself in the characters. Julianna, Julianna, Julianna, why doth thou hateth me so-eth?
A note about Rodaale I genuinely liked both characters. At the Billionaire’s Wedding. The Seduction of a Duke. There was some extreme measures put in play here, that I just soaked up toward the end. Apr 18, Alissa rated it it was ok Shelves: Always enjoy a good fake-romance-turned-real.