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    [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) Download ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Candice Hern 35 stars The Bride Sale begins with a bang as Verity Osbourne is auctioned off by her husband Gilbert the Gambling Wimp The scene was appalling and engrossing According to Wikipedia such sales really did occur in England up through t

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    Candice Hern ✓ 2 Free download Download ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Candice Hern [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) I’ll do my best to steer clear of spoiler territory here but I don’t think the mystery relating to the heroine is at all important to the overall story line So here’s the deal The heroine was married by an arranged marriage to a gay man not that anyone besides the gay man and his partner knew about that and he on their wedding night was so grossed out by the heroine’s girl parts that he couldn’t do the deed and actually vomited n

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    [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) Download ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Candice Hern Free download The Bride Sale 35 stars Not bad A lot of brooding Mary Sue slow burn and evil backstabbers galore There was also a healthy and modern view of PTSD women's rights and sexual orientation from the hero not society Gotta love his forward thinking eh? Not a single hard limit to be found Enjoy

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    [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) This book which held such promise in the beginning became such a chore to read that I actually considered literally throwing it against the wall Both the hero and heroine were whiny and had a constant oh poor me mentality I'd rather clean toilets than attempt to read this again

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    [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) 45 stars I loved the bookthe writing the characters EVERYTHING And the greedy girl I am I wanted a little of epilogue DOverall my reaction for the book

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    [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) The I read the that the H and h behaved as if in a bad soap opera Their dialogue in the first half was so over dramatic I did give up half way thru and skim forward to see what basically happens but I thought Verity was a shrew to James in the beginning he DID save her from being married off to the nasty blacksmith guy Then James was so hot cold during conversations So it wasn't horrible but it didn't hold my attention well enough

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    [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) Download ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Candice Hern I reached far back in my stash and found this book by Candice Hern I hadn't read any of her books in a while The title intrigued me Boy was I surprised I have read a lot of Regency Romance novels and have not come across such a thing as a bride

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    Download ç PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free ✓ Candice Hern [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) Candice Hern ✓ 2 Free download The story starts with a bride sale at which Verity Osborne is being sold by her husband to any buyer who can pay Along comes Lord Harkness or Lord Heartless as many call him as he is suspected of killing his wife and son He buys her and although he's tempted by her as no intention of acting on it he rescues he

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    Free download The Bride Sale [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) If you are a fan of Regency Romance novels and want to be captivated by one then I highly recommend Candice Hern’s book Bride Sale From the onset the opening scene Ms Hern grabs the reader’s attention We witness a snapshot of life in a small English village in Cornwall In the middle of a raised platform stands a young woman Verity Osborne Russell in a leather harness Her husband Gilbert Russell stands off toward one side as

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    [E–pub READ] (The Bride Sale) 4 STARS Shocked to discover a bride sale taking place in his small English village Lord James Harkness a gentleman with a dangerous reputation purchases Verity Osborne the beautiful gentlewoman being auctioned off by her disreputabl

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The Bride Sale

Free download à The Bride Sale Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free A Bartered Lady Lord James Harkness is shocked to discover a bride sale taking place in his small English village and surprised by the depth of his feelings for the unfortunate gentlewoman being auctioned off by a disreputable husband But is it honor and nobility that compel James to outb. I ll do my best to steer clear of spoiler territory here but I don t think the mystery relating to the heroine is at all important to the overall story line So here s the deal The heroine was married by an arranged marriage to a gay man not that anyone besides the gay man and his partner knew about that and he on their wedding night was so grossed out by the heroine s girl parts that he couldn t do the deed and actually vomited next to the bed Isn t that nice The heroine who remained a virgin after all of this didn t know her husband was gay didn t know anything about sex really and was convinced that she just had some seriously nasty girl parts that would drive any man to cast up his accounts and then leave her alone in a moldering house for two years Totally reasonable rightAnyway at some point her lame ass husband realizes that he can make some money off of her so he takes her to the wilds of Cornwall and sells her that s the Bride Sale in an open auction where she is bought by the seriously messed up hero The heroine assumes that she will be installed as his mistress because what other value is there in a woman but he s an honorable man serious issues notwithstanding and he does his best to treat her with the respect he feels she deserves Ordinarily that would be wonderful but his apparent lack of interest is enough to convince the heroine that she really is a worthless human being even though she has skills as a healer saves the life of a young boy and eases all the medical complaints of an entire village Blah blah blah and we get to the part that pissed me off when it is revealed that in fact the hero does find the heroine very attractive All of a sudden the heroine finds her identity and raison d tre both originating in her value as an attractive female that the hero wants to nail AwesomeAnd I m not kidding the book devotes a lot of time to explaining the heroine s happiness at being found attractive Considering that she s just been kidnapped by her husband has stood up for herself for the first time in like ever then was rescued by the hero and then discovered that her husband is gay and that there s a chance she could get the marriage annulled you d think she d have all sorts of interesting things to dwell on in her mind but no The only thing she can think about is her relief to discover that her girl parts aren t nasty Thank God Men want to have sex with me That means I do have a purpose in this world UGH That one page of the book made me hopping up and down Yosemite Sam angry If I d been reading a paper copy of the book I would have thrown it against the wall and then jumped up and down on top of itTo be fair the rest of the book is actually uite good I loved the hero James and all the technical elements of the book were well executed It s well paced has interesting secondary characters and a well written mystery element But all of that enjoyment was completely destroyed by the importance that the author through Verity placed on sex being a woman s true vocation Maybe it s historically accurate maybe it s what reality is like anyway but we don t really read romance novels for their historical accuracy or their connection to reality We read them to escape and why in the hell would anyone want to escape to a world where women are worth nothing beyond their desirability to men

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Free download à The Bride Sale Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Entleness underneath She dearly longs for her liberty but his sensuous touch causes her to stay However James must first trust Verity with his secrets if they are ever to share love's rapturous freedom And will the promised passion she sees flaming in his eyes warm Verity's heartor burn h. I reached far back in my stash and found this book by Candice Hern I hadn t read any of her books in a while The title intrigued me Boy was I surprised I have read a lot of Regency Romance novels and have not come across such a thing as a bride sale This is not a spoiler because the book begins with the saleand I mean a man really selling his wife Of course I am assuming that Ms Hern did her research and there is truth in the story I liked exploring Cornwall Aside The scenery and characters reminded me of Barbara Taylor Bradford s Woman of Substance love that bookThis book is a Stand Alone so you won t need to wait for the next one to see how all the characters fair All issues are settled by the end of the book Hope you enjoy it

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Free download à The Bride Sale Æ PDF, DOC, TXT, eBook or Kindle ePUB free Id the townfolk for the proud beautiful lady or is it something akin todesireA Mysterious LordVerity Osborne is not sure whether good fortune or ill brought her to this dark brooding man and his lonely manor house on the moors Local talk brands James Harkness as evil but Verity senses a g. This book which held such promise in the beginning became such a chore to read that I actually considered literally throwing it against the wall Both the hero and heroine were whiny and had a constant oh poor me mentality I d rather clean toilets than attempt to read this again

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • The Bride Sale
  • Candice Hern
  • English
  • 21 May 2019
  • 9780380809011