Inocencia impetuosa Epub Ê Paperback

Inocencia impetuosa Epub Ê Paperback Todo estaba saliendo como Dominic hab a planeado bueno, casi todo Tras la muerte de su padre, Georgiana Hartley regres a Inglaterra donde tuvo que enfrentarse a las groseras proposiciones de su primo Como no ten a otro lugar al que acudir, intent refugiarse en la propiedad de Dominic Ridley con la esperanza de que su vecino fuera amable con ella El vizconde Ridley no pod a permitir que aquella encantadora muchacha se convirtiera en se orita de compa a de nadie, as que decidi ponerla en las sabias manos de su hermana De pronto, Georgiana se hab a convertido en toda una dama que ten a que quitarse a los pretendientes de encima Y Dominic no tard en descubrir que l tambi n la deseaba


10 thoughts on “Inocencia impetuosa

  1. UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish UniquelyMoi ~ BlithelyBookish says:

    3 I hate to rate this story so low stars but this is a review of the audio book and the narrator really took away from my overall enjoyment Story 4 starsNarration 2 starsOverall rating 3 starsQuickie description Georgiana Hartley finds herself jumping from the frying pan into the fire when she flees the unwanted advances of her vile cousin Charles, and ends up being pr


  2. Holly Holly says:

    This book definitely has it s flaws but it depends on how much your willing to look past it, I guess, and I did so easily, even happily Sure the heroine has her moments, you know those moments, where she needs a good hard shake until her brains rattle but I couldn t help liking this book Miss Georgiana Hartley has come to Candlewick Hall to to beg for assistance against her


  3. Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies Khanh, first of her name, mother of bunnies says:

    Complete fluff, too light even for brain candy No serious, compelling plot A heroine who s tstl for a Regency Main male lead is a wordly man of the ton, who is considerably older and wiser than the heroine, yet he inexplicably feels a pull towards her anyway Utterly unbelievable love story.


  4. Vampire-lk Vampire-lk says:

    Great novel Traditional Regency proper English spelling Absolutely love that fact The plot itself was good Misunderstanding aplenty which could be tedious at times, but love the characters even the minor ones were well developed HIGHLY RECOMMENDED Great novel Traditional Regency proper English spelling Absolutely love that fact The plot itself was good Misunderstanding aplenty which cou


  5. Sarah Sarah says:

    13 11 So light it was like fairy floss Light on the romance and light on the plot believability The heroine, Georgiana, spent the whole book believing there was no way the hero, Dominic, could actually be in love with her She came up with all kinds of crazy reasons for her disbelief in love with another, marrying her for her property, and finally marrying her to avoid creating a scandal.There


  6. kris kris says:

    Georgiana is basically too innocent to function Dominic is like such a rake He convinces his sister to launch her in society and when he stops in for a visit he s STRUCK She s in insta love he figures out his man feelings and hijinks ensue 1 This was decently written Overly simplistic and somewhat repetitious, yes, but the majority of characters were interesting and I was suitably intrigued by the


  7. Catty K Catty K says:

    ridiculous and yet tedious at the same time not exciting at all


  8. Julia Julia says:

    Overall, I loved this book Dominic is an absolute sweetheart, and Georgiana is so charming There were a number of grammar errors I found irritating, but these were not distracting from the quality of the book Definitely one of my new favorites


  9. Mindy Mindy says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Georgiana has to be the most oblivious and annoying creature I ve run across in romantic literature in a long time While at first her innocence is charming, it quickly becomes annoying as she sits in astonished bewilderment faroften than any woman of modest intelligence should Also, her doubts about Dominic are incredible to me Loving so


  10. Carole Carole says:

    Worst Stephanie Laurens book I have read and I think I have read 90% of them I love her Cynster and Bastion Club novels that are romantic, steamy, and entertaining with clever witty exchanges between characters I can only assume this book was written before Ms Laurens developed her engaging author s voice and the delight of her mature female heroines.This book sets up at the beginning that the hero is attracted to the her


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