The first book in Catherine Coulter’s beloved Bride series. Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, marries the wrong woman-only to find himself haunted by a. In a display of what poses as wit in this Regency novel, the first of a trilogy, Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, tells his wife Alexandra that she is “as. The complete series list for – Sherbrooke Brides Catherine Coulter. Series reading order, cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history.
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He must have an heir.
He spends half his time explaining how great he usually is then blames everything including the bed for not living up to the legend in his own mind. Shelve Prince of Ravenscar. Trivia About The Sherbrooke Br This was a major turn off as it placed the so-called hero I read this book several years ago and recently read it again for a book club.
Is it a bit cheesy? Maybe she could grip the tufts of virile butt hair and tug him closer and closer to her furry mound I truly detest Alexandra’s character. The plotline was ok. Deeply depressed, she rallies with a hasty marriage to Thomas Malcombe, the earl of Lancaster and a brand-new card in the Sherbrooke deck, in the spring ofdespite a very nasty rumor involving a local girl.
And just when I thought she’s down for the count, she picks herself up, and boy does she come up swinging! She was seriously adorable. When he discovers he has feelings for Alexandra, I felt like Yeah right. Okay admitted, I love this MOC with h in love with H and H in love with OW trope, but I’m coming to realise coultee dangerous it sherbdooke reading this trope shrebrooke very few books get it just the way I want it. It did my heart proud to see him finally get it right and he only had to realize that he was in love with Alex.
Please email webmaster fantasticfiction. In rereading this story, I got reminded about why CC’s books appealed to me.
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I just loved it that the Plain Jane could get the good-looking rich guy, a title brude the love of her life to boot. I can’t wait to read the next Bride book and find out what happens to Ryder. Evidently that is sexy, but just once I want a romance novel to talk about her stroking his furred behind. From the 1 New York Times bestselling author of… More.
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That said I will say the writing style was good. In rereading my review of that book, I admit to being a bit harsh; however I still stand behind my words.
He realizes he must find out who the child is in the sarcophagus. I give this book 4. If it isn’t the worst book I’ve read!
Coulter writes very well, there’s a depth to her characters that you don’t normally see, I’d read Catherine Coulter as a very young girl of 14, and I didn’t like her at all sgerbrooke then. And the character I hated the most was, yet again, Sinjun, the blithe, guileless younger sister who on two occasions prevented Alexandra from leaving.
And he knows that whatever happens isn’t going to be good. But Rosalind can, easily. She describes the house shaking with btide tremors and a huge black hole she calls the Abyss appearing in the entrance hall.
I have no idea why Alexandra ever fell in love with Douglas. So that’s what irked me, the romance part of this romance.
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I understand that there are a few more stories of their children, but I have not read any. Hero was a jerk of the first degree and the heroine was a doormat.
Some people agreed with me [ Douglas Sherbrooke, Earl of Northcliffe, is a man besieged. Her plot was deep too, sherbroooe like her characters. Anyway, as I’ve said, it could have been really good but it really just got of that road then became unbelievably stupid, like for instance, when Douglas’ brother arrived and met Melissande, who by the way is brde as the most beautiful girl, didn’t react to her beauty as Melissande thought he would, she couldn’t believe it and kept on shfrbrooke Ryder while he was talking to Tony and introduced herself over and over, I don’t believe that one is conceited enough to do that.
I still enjoyed it. In a bizarre twist, Melissande ends up wed to Tony, who marries Alexandra to Douglas by proxy.
She’s the heroine of the third book–I hope she goes through all the trauma I’ve come to expect from a Coulter novel not that I plan to read it.