Yearning for a man who shares in her appreciation of the arts but resigning herself to a life of spinsterhood, Monia Lockes is befuddled by the attentions of Patrick Fairchild, Duke of Exton, a painter who sees her as his muse....
|Title||:||A Model Marriage|
|Format Type||:||Mass Market Paperback|
|Number of Pages||:||253 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
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A Model Marriage Reviews
I read "A Christmas Bride" by this author and enjoyed it. This one, not so much. The heroine was an idiot and the hero a man-whore. I will try Ferguson again and hope this was an exception and not the rule.
Mayhap the author of this poorly written book used the word mayhap too many times!
I have to say that I believe this book is more like a 3.5 then at four but it was still very good! I enjoyed getting to know the characters and depreciated patience and restraint of Patrick though honestly he would have done better to acknowledge his feelings rather than push them down. But if that was true and what kind of a plot with this book have? Of course the wastrel idiot of a friend is a great addition as well. I almost liked him. Almost. He was a real jerk but he lent but what I liked most about the whole book was the way that the author referred to the wind and colors as having various properties, personifying them if you well and giving them a new dimension in the view of the characters. That was quite interesting. I was also say that I liked the Duke's mother, she was very patient and probably very wise. I suppose that comes with age ;-)
I am completely in love with this book. I love his persistence! It's entertaining and even a little naughty at times. Need I say more?