EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney


  • Paperback
  • 448
  • One More Kiss
  • Mary Blayney
  • English
  • 28 March 2020
  • 9780553593143

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    Free read One More Kiss Mary Blayney Ð 8 Summary review ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Mary Blayney Beatrice and Cecilia Brent don’t come from a titled family but their father has made his fortunes as a mill owner The Countess of Haven has agreed to sponsor the twins and decided to get them adjusted to the ton by hosting a house party Beatrice is attracted to Lord Jessup Pennistan a man surrounded by scandal Even though her father and the countess both warn her off Lord Jessup Beatrice finds herself engulfed in scandal as wella scandal

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    review ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Mary Blayney Mary Blayney Ð 8 Summary EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney I really struggled to finish One More Kiss Even though I hate to let a book defeat me I’m almost sure that had I not been reading it for review it would have been a DNF Non identical twin sisters Beatrice and Cecilia are the daughters of Abel Brent a wealthy Midlands industrialist Although they’re rich Mr Brent is a self made

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    Mary Blayney Ð 8 Summary review ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Mary Blayney EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney 3 out of 5 starsLet me start off with letting you guys know that this is the first book I've ever read of Mary Blayney I've also not read any of the previous books in this series Can you read this book without reading the previous on

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    Free read One More Kiss Mary Blayney Ð 8 Summary review ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Mary Blayney First let me say I wanted to like this book I am always grateful when I receive an Advanced Copy and prioritize them above my other TO READ books I am sad to write this review and almost thought this book was a waste of timeThe story begins

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    Free read One More Kiss review ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Mary Blayney Mary Blayney Ð 8 Summary This review also appears on my blog at had really hoped to like this book because it sounded so wonderful But unfortunately One More Kiss was not the best historical romanceBeatrice was an okay heroine but she was so indecisive for a woman characterized as bold and reckless When she wanted something she went for it but only after being agoni

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    EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney This is one of those rare books that I could not finish even when I mentally forced myself to I've gone into the book halfway before setting it down as first the writing itself confused me greatly when I tried to identify the speak

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    Free read One More Kiss EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney Mary Blayney Ð 8 Summary Really wanted to like this book but I just couldn't It took me a couple of days to read it because I just kept getting bored with it This is the first book by this author that I've read so I'm not sure if it was just this book or her writting style that I didn't care for It just seemed as if nothing really exciting happened I wasn't

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    EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney review ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Mary Blayney Free read One More Kiss Disclaimer This ARC was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review from NetgalleyRating 25 starsReview to comeEDIT This book was okay There was a lot of dressporn which I loved I love descriptions of fancy dresses3I just found it a

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    EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney Lovely romance Twins Cecelia and Beatrice attend their first house party in preparation for their first seasonwill they find love and a match ?Full review closer to release date

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    Free read One More Kiss EBOOK READ (One More Kiss) ã Mary Blayney Mary Blayney Ð 8 Summary Fifth in the Pennistan historical romance series with this story set in 1819 20 London The couple focus is on Lo

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One More Kiss

Read & Download Á One More Kiss ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF S against Jess’s masterful seduction and the anticipated delights of the marriage bed   A gambling man who has lost than his family is willing to forgive him for Jess uickly realizes that compromising Beatrice was the best mistake he ever made But to keep her he must right the wrongs of the past reclaim his lost fortunes and place the boldest wager of his life For now he has everything to win and everything to lo. Disclaimer This ARC was given to me for free in exchange for an honest review from NetgalleyRating 25 starsReview to comeEDIT This book was okay There was a lot of dressporn which I loved I love descriptions of fancy dresses3I just found it a tad bit boring waiting for the omgscandal which never came The back cover description is really misleading Other than a few scandalous kissing and some fingering nothing really risue happens but it is a decent novel for lack of scandal I just wish I didn t find it so boring I wanted scandal and ruination damn it You broke your promise back cover

review ð eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Ð Mary Blayney

Read & Download Á One More Kiss ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF Mary Blayney the acclaimed author of Courtesan’s Kiss returns to the Pennistan family with this new historical romance the delectable story of a free spirited beauty with no interest in marriage who gets than she bargained for when a seductive kiss leads to the possibility of love   Dispatched by their ambitious father to snag a titled husband Beatrice Brent and her twin sister Cecilia attend a house party with a. I really struggled to finish One More Kiss Even though I hate to let a book defeat me I m almost sure that had I not been reading it for review it would have been a DNF Non identical twin sisters Beatrice and Cecilia are the daughters of Abel Brent a wealthy Midlands industrialist Although they re rich Mr Brent is a self made man and thus looked down upon by society so he has enlisted the help of the influential Countess of Haven to launch them into the London season So that she can give them a small taste of what is to come she arranges a small house party at her country estate and invites a carefully chosen selection of guests so that the girls can become used to interacting in different types of societyWhat follows reads like a catalogue of this happened then and then they did this that got boring very uickly There was no sense of character or relationship development the dialogue was flat and unnatural and in many cases the different dinners each night seemed to serve merely as the opportunity for info dumps and anvilicious ponderings Then there s the villain who only needs a swirly cape twirly moustache and to say muahahaha each time he enters the room to make it abundantly clear to us that he is not a good eggI don t like to say I didn t enjoy a book without trying to illustrate my reasons What didn t work in general was that the writing was flat and humorless and the characterization was practically non existent The pacing was very slow and I felt as though I was simply ploughing through descriptions of what happened at each outing or meal during the house party while very little happened to advance the plotJess Pennistan is constantly referred to as being someone who is not a suitable man for a young lady to know he s a rake and a gambler so naturally Brent warns his daughters to steer clear of him But Jess is intrigued by Beatrice from their first meeting nicknaming her a pocket Venus because of her perfectly petite form Note to the cover artist the heroine is a brunette and the hero is blond not the other way aroundYet we see no evidence whatsoever that Jess reputation is deserved We do see him gamble but he is a complete gentleman to the ladies at the house party and freuently shows himself to be kind sensitive and honorable and in fact does his utmost NOT to act on the overwhelming attraction he feels for BeatriceBeatrice is perky and curious to the point of annoyance and Cecilia is an odd mixture of someone who is worried that others will see only her beauty and care for nothing else about her and yet she seems unable to pass a mirror without making use of itThe Maruis of Destry falls hard for the Cecilia who for some reason I can t fathom is desperate to avoid him All he s done is try to talk to her and maybe flirt with her a bit It s uite possible I missed the reasons for her aversion while trying to prop up my eyelids on matchsticks but I don t think soMore specifically there are a number of inaccuracies inconsistencies and other things that bothered me It would take too long to list them all but here s a selection of the things that would have made the book a wallbanger had it not been for the fact I was reading it on my KindleThe characters names were one such thing On what planet is Bitsy a diminutive of Beatrice The Duke of Bendas just doesn t sound at all the sort of name that would be borne by an English nobleman And the hero s name is JESSUP Really He s referred to as Jess sometimes but when I discovered it was short for Jessup I almost fell off my chair laughing For one thing in the UK Jessup s is a well known chain of camera shops and car dealers And for another it s just not a name I ve ever heard used as a Christian nameAnd then there are the titles I can understand that the intricacies of the UK system of honors and titles can be confusing I really can and I don t pretend to be anything like an expert But even a glance at that bastion of accuracy that is Wikipedia will provide information as to the correct form of address for a Maruis The Maruis of Destry is addressed or referred to as Lord Destry not Maruis Destry As a baron Jess would be referred to as Lord Pennistan NOT Lord Jess unless he was a minorAt one point there s a reference to Bach s Reuiem He didn t write one Again a uick Google search would have prevented that mistakeThere are a number of instances in which characterization is inconsistent For example our hostess a widowed countess who is well respected by the ton and appears to have huge cachet within it is having an affair with the heroine s father who is shock horror in trade And yet she is still received in the highest circles and has enough clout to be able to sponsor his two daughters into society But at the start of her house party this gracious and famed hostess can think of no better way to gain the attention of her dozen or so guests than by smashing a glassIt also seems like no one is paying attention in this novel At one point Jess whisks Beatrice out of a room unnoticed snogs her senseless again unnoticed and they return yes you ve guessed it unnoticed Later Beatrice and Cecilia intrude on a game of cards at a crucial point and nobody notices they re in the room despite the fact they re talking to each other almost constantlyThe dialogue was weak It often stated the obvious or else was totally unrealistic When Beatrice and Cecilia have stumbled into a situation in which Destry is a bit tipsy and is making an ass of himself Beatrice begs Jess to Do something or I will never let you smother me with kisses Well I suppose that s one way of offering him an incentiveI could go on but it would probably take longer to make the list than it did to read the book so I ll stop there I tried hard to find something to like about One More Kiss but I m afraid I failed miserably It s poorly written poorly characterized and full of such ridiculousness that it made me want to spit

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Read & Download Á One More Kiss ´ eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF N array of eligible gentlemen Defiantly ignoring her father’s wishes Beatrice flirts shamelessly with Lord Jessup Pennistan a gamer with scandal in his past and the one man her father has warned her against But when flirting goes too far Beatrice suddenly finds herself engaged and worse estranged from her family Though convinced that her fiancé’s wicked ways will bring nothing but heartache Beatrice is powerles. This review also appears on my blog at had really hoped to like this book because it sounded so wonderful But unfortunately One More Kiss was not the best historical romanceBeatrice was an okay heroine but she was so indecisive for a woman characterized as bold and reckless When she wanted something she went for it but only after being agonizingly slow in making her decision I didn t dislike her but there wasn t anything about her to make me like her Jess was much likable Free spirited and witty he brought life to the book whenever he was on the page I was bothered by how much the other characters judged him and were simply mean to him I lost count of how many times someone warned him under threat of bodily harm to behave himself The man wasn t doing anything wrong He was characterized as an irresponsible rake but I never saw that in the book in fact he was trying to change yet the other character were being really harsh to him The plot was the huge problem that just ruined the book for me It was soooooooooo slow It took forever for anything to happen I got bored a few times and very nearly lost interest in the book The ending was okay but by that point I didn t really care what happened I really hate to have to write bad reviews so let me assure you that I don t speak lightly about my distaste for this book I feel really bad about this but I didn t like One More Kiss Thanks to Edelweiss and Random House Publishing Group Bantam Dell for a copy