Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue (PDF Kindle ePUB) By Stephanie Laurens

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Hotarata sa si gaseasca singura propriul erou cel care sa o faca sa isi piarda capul si sa i ofere o nunta ca n povesti si pierzandu si speranta ca il va putea gasi vreodata in plicticoasele saloane de bal din Londra Heather Cynster paseste dinc I need a special rating for romance One that depicts Oh you know historical romance There are a lot of things that are so typical to the genre that I d get tired of complaining about them in every review and this one has all of themWhat entertains me is finding the ones that sway away from the norms You know heroines that don t have delicate hands men who don t make every woman they meet swoonI m still in love with Deborah Simmons for that one hero of hers that s oh so dreamy then we find out people other than our heroine don t really think so Or that other book where the heroine was all wild and the hero was the only one who seemed to think she was beautiful It s not blatant in either case but Simmons tried dammitWe re going over the tropes here so I can make jabbing comments here and there throughout the year on other romances1 You know in order for readers to think a man s manly he has to have lots and lots of experience but of course he s never felt for those ladies what he does when he s with the heroineThis book Well dontcha know Breckenridge is the ton s foremost rake2 The hero expects the heroine to be a typical ton damsel when shit hits the fan Guys I have no freaking clue what the hell a typical ton damsel is in any sense except that one s never been the heroine of a historical romance According to the stories anyhowThis book certainly had that The going thing is she s stronger than that which seriously makes me wonder I mean the little I know about Victorian England tells me society was brutal If typical was weak then how did any surviveI dunno It annoys me3 One of the love interests will get hurt andor kidnapped and it will be where true feelings are confessed andor realizedThis book check4 If there is a man or woman who is homosexual he or she is an antagonist Look I realize they were demonized back then but you don t have to harp on it in historical fiction which I can t stop putting in uotation marks ay and you don t have to make them charicaturesThis book had no such characters but I ve seen them in Sands work before5 We won t talk about how they must be smelling but there s usually some miraculous chance to bathe before the first big sex sceneThis book Yep And holy crap talk about opening the flood gates It got to the point where I was practically saying Another detailed sex scene and then flipping a few pages forward6 It takes a few days a week tops to fall in love True loveThis book I can t remember There was a lot of travelling But it was about the same Okay fine so they d actually been acuantainces before this adventure Not that they ever really talked though ay7 The woman is a virgin Okay I ll give em that one since they deal with young society women But still It gets old how much it s harped on instead of just being And it s always a big deal to her that he s experienced so he can teach her We wouldn t want him to be unexperienced eitherThis book Well of course At least there was some worry from her that he would go back to being a rake once they were togetherI know I m forgetting a few I ll add them to other reviews when I think of them I basically ignore them these days always looking for the something else Because I m weird I used to read romance because Caelen would act out all the parts and that was entertaining as hell especially when he d get someone else to play against their willNow I really do learn stuff I mean most of my work has some element of romance and it s good to know what s done to death in the genre dedicated to it And to see what differences piue my interest and admirationFrom this book I ve learned for the umpteenth time I really really hate the word rakeOh So this book has a prologue and sections from the antagonist s POV which I didn t really read I mean I skipped the prologue and skimmed his sections so I had a different experience than most people who read this trilogy Because I actually thought he was a bad guy

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Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue

Olo de lumea sigura cu care fusese obisnuita pana atunci si se avanta plina de curaj la o serata deocheata Insa planul ei de vanatoare” este pus in pericol de interventia vicontelui Breckenridge care o salveaza impotriva vointei ei de scandal I loved this book Mystery romance suspense unknown characters old times an abduction a hero an old flame this sums it up Can t wait to read the next book

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Aruncand o in schimb fara sa vrea in mijlocul pericolului caci un barbat misterios ale carui planuri sunt necunoscute o rapeste din Londra Acum depinde de faimosul Breckenridge sa se dovedeasca eroul adevarat pe care Heather l a cautat toata via What a great story In my opinion this was not a typical Stephanie Laurens book For me there was a touch humor and a lot action I love the overlying story arch that is flowing through this book and leads to the next one I am dying to find out about the Laird and his mother and why she s having him do what he s doing


10 thoughts on “Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue

  1. says:

    I need a special rating for romance One that depicts Oh you know; 'historical' romance There are a lot of things that are so typical to the genre that I'd get tired of complaining about them in every review and this one has all of themWhat entertains me is finding the ones that sway away from the norms You know heroines that don't have delicate hands men who don't make every woman they meet swoonI'm still in love with

  2. says:

    Hadrian's Wall in Scotlandbuilt by the Romans around AD 122★★★★☆ This is a review of the audiobook I’ve never hear Matthew Brenher narrate before but I liked his reading of this first in The Cynster

  3. says:

    Why do I do this to myself I stopped reading anything by Stephanie Laurens a while ago but for some reason I picked this up when I saw it in the library And nothing has changed The heroine in every Stephanie Lauren

  4. says:

    I loved this book ❤️ Mystery romance suspense unknown characters old times an abduction a hero an old flame this sums it up Can’t wait to read the next book

  5. says:

    Rating starsHeather Cynster starts off as a strong intelligent h and later devolves into an annoying clueless and yes pushy twerp The entire time Timothy Davers aka Breckenridge clearly loves her works a bit of James Bond magic with disguise m

  6. says:

    Big Fat MEH Every Stephanie Laurens I read is worse and worse Since when did Ms Laurens begin writing a la Nora Roberts in short choppy sentences It was almost painful to read and frankly I felt as though my intelligence was being insulted The initial premise abduction for mysterious reasons by a mysterious nobleman was promising It uickly devolved into Heather which reminds me which early 18th century noblewomen were named Heathe

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    Summary Determined to hunt down her very own hero one who will sweep her off her feet and into wedded bliss and despairing of finding him in London's staid ballrooms Heather Cynster steps out of her safe world and boldly attends a racy soiree But her promising hunt is ruined by the supremely interfering Viscount Brecken

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    Why I Listened That's a uestion I asked myself numerous times throughout the book Seriously though I reviewed it for the Speaking of Audiobooks column at AAR but my review rant is just too long for the column So with permission I'm posting it here Read on at your perilWhat it's about Viscount Breckenridge to the

  9. says:

    What a great story In my opinion this was not a typical Stephanie Laurens book For me there was a touch humor and a lot action I love the overlying story arch that is flowing through this book and leads to the next one I am dying to find out about the Laird and his mother and why she's having him do what he's doing

  10. says:

    15 starsShort review If you've read one Cynster book no need to read another; you've read them all Long review Silly me I had hoped that a year or two or without a Laurens book would be long enough to get me to like her next offerings Unfortunately it was not so The same style the same descriptions the same alpha

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