A Highly Respectable Widow

A Highly Respectable Widow The Unequal ContestThe superbly handsome Earl of Knowlton was a rake without equal No woman whether wanton or well born could resist him just as none could satisfy him for long But Knowlton had gro

  • Title: A Highly Respectable Widow
  • Author: Melinda McRae
  • ISBN: 9780451171269
  • Page: 345
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Unequal ContestThe superbly handsome Earl of Knowlton was a rake without equal No woman, whether wanton or well born, could resist him, just as none could satisfy him for long But Knowlton had grown bared with easy conquests He sought a sterner test of his powers of seduction to stir his jaded sense of sport Then he met Katherine Mayfield This widowed beauty withThe Unequal ContestThe superbly handsome Earl of Knowlton was a rake without equal No woman, whether wanton or well born, could resist him, just as none could satisfy him for long But Knowlton had grown bared with easy conquests He sought a sterner test of his powers of seduction to stir his jaded sense of sport Then he met Katherine Mayfield This widowed beauty with her air of unassailable virtue and flaming red hair provided the spark to set Knowlton s passion ablaze Thus the struggle was joined between this licentious lord and a perfect lady who had to keep the infamous earl at bay and her oWn heart in check.

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    1. I've truly fallen in love with McRae's writing and early on my love for this writing is tested with her 'A Highly Respectable Widow' that held me but at the same time wanted me to smack the hero upside the head! Earl of Knowlton is bored. A rake of the tenth-degree, he bored with his life of parties and easy conquests. Thinking to get away from it all, he journeys to his country seat to find some sort of peace to his otherwise mundane life at the moment. There he's floored when he meets the love [...]

    2. I have really enjoyed the books I've read by Melinda McRae. She's a good writer, and creates engaging characters, with depth and nuance. Her stories also go beyond the usual regency tropes, and have interesting and inventive plots. And her books have an authentic period feel.Katherine, the heroine here, is a widow who lives on the edge of poverty with her young son. She's a beautiful woman with striking red hair. She's had to fend off a lot of men who are interested in getting her between the sh [...]

    3. This one wasn't too bad, I enjoyed reading it. Definitely better than many of the romance novels I've read, but still just doesn't compare well to other books of different genres. At least this one had a fairly plausible plot and characters. I liked the internal struggle that Kate had to retain her willpower and not allow Knowlton to ruin her life for a brief fling. I think the only thing that really bothered me was the spelling and grammar errors.

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