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  • Kindle Edition
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  • To Release An Earl
  • Ilene Withers
  • English
  • 19 March 2018
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review To Release An Earl 103 Kill Willa the earl sets out to find out who the suspect is At the same time he finds that Willa’s behavior has become a bit odd as she has started hosting parties and pushing other women at him Will he solve the mysteries in time and convince Willa that she is his one and only lov. This is a sweet romantic read in which the heroine and hero both display a strong enough love to want only what is best for each other The suspense in this book makes it a page turner This is a seuel and I highly recommend reading The Blackmailed Beauty first

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review To Release An Earl 103 Heirs and participate in the activities he loves With this decision made Willa sets out to find him a better wife by matchmaking Meanwhile the earl believes that someone is trying to kill Willa Learning that her saddle had been sabotaged is only the beginning As attempts are made to. Audiobook Review I enjoy reads like this just as much as romances with deeper love scenes Feelings and the intense love between hero and heroine are strengthened by their understanding and compassion for each other s plight tested by the calamity Conseuently this is a clean read and highly recommended for new adultsWilla having it all suddenly finds herself dreams dissolving Her love for the Earl of Roydon is everlasting and encompasses her whole heart Her injury changing her life drastically would also change his She wants to let him live his life whole not married to a woman who is unable to do the very things they enjoy together And then the possibility of never walking again could also make child bearing and rearing difficult In her mind the best thing she could give him is his freedom But is her love strong enough to let him go Would you be able to do the same thingJohn Earl of Roydon is a man I wasn t sure about Did he really love Willa enough to continue his betrothal with her after the injury As society dictates he could not break his proposal It could only be done by Willa He is very solicitous toward Willa but there lurks in me the feeling he may be swayed by one of the many women Willa put forward for introduction at her parties He seems to enjoy himself with them Willa thinks he suits Miss Marty but she wants to give him a chance to make the right marriageWhen all these accidents start occurring it becomes apparent Willa is being stalked and for the purpose of killing her But why and by whom I like this part of the story very much There is mystery suspense danger and ultimately fear of death Willa shows the stuff she is made of worthy of a man s loveNarrator Valerie Gilbert does not disappoint in her narration Her voice is clear mellow well paced and depicts character emotions suitably Her flexibility of character dialog and accents is superbly done Check out the many books she s narrated and different genre lower in the blog She s uite flexible with all emotions but I prefer her best when she is just plain snarky or sarcastic The Weight of Ink reads like this just as much as The Unicorn in the Barn romances with deeper love scenes Feelings and the intense love between hero and heroine are strengthened by their understanding and compassion for each other s plight tested by the calamity Conseuently this is a clean Fetch read and highly Casos De Direito Galáctico E Outros Textos Esquecidos recommended for new adultsWilla having it all suddenly finds herself dreams dissolving Her love for the Earl of Roydon is everlasting and encompasses her whole heart Her injury changing her life drastically would also change his She wants to let him live his life whole not married to a woman who is unable to do the very things they enjoy together And then the possibility of never walking again could also make child bearing and Tales of the Unquiet Gods rearing difficult In her mind the best thing she could give him is his freedom But is her love strong enough to let him go Would you be able to do the same thingJohn Earl of Roydon is a man I wasn t sure about Did he Heart Attack really love Willa enough to continue his betrothal with her after the injury As society dictates he could not break his proposal It could only be done by Willa He is very solicitous toward Willa but there lurks in me the feeling he may be swayed by one of the many women Willa put forward for introduction at her parties He seems to enjoy himself with them Willa thinks he suits Miss Marty but she wants to give him a chance to make the Timekeepers How the World Became Obsessed With Time right marriageWhen all these accidents start occurring it becomes apparent Willa is being stalked and for the purpose of killing her But why and by whom I like this part of the story very much There is mystery suspense danger and ultimately fear of death Willa shows the stuff she is made of worthy of a man s loveNarrator Valerie Gilbert does not disappoint in her narration Her voice is clear mellow well paced and depicts character emotions suitably Her flexibility of character dialog and accents is superbly done Check out the many books she s narrated and different genre lower in the blog She s uite flexible with all emotions but I prefer her best when she is just plain snarky or sarcastic

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review To Release An Earl 103 Seuel to The Blackmailed Beauty After experiencing a life changing injury while out riding her beloved horse Pirate Willa Dutton becomes convinced she should release her fiancé the Earl of Roydon from their engagement She feels another woman would be better able to provide him with. This publisher has a good idea releasing only books without the graphic sex violence andor profanity that seems to be found in all genres these days Unfortunately lack of objectionable material doesn t always eual a good readI picked this one up up for free recently at a readers convention drawn by the title and the back cover blurb both of which seemed to indicate a Regency romance This in spite of the cover art which besides being the worst cut and past Photoshop job I ve ever seen didn t indicate any particular historical period the heroine has a long curly ponytail reminiscent of Mary Pickford in her silent movie heyday and is wearing a long white gown with a lace bodice a Victorian corset worn OUTSIDE her dress and a long string of pearls knotted at about the level of her breastbone like they were worn in the late 1960s and early 1970s Meanwhile the hero is pictured wearing BLUE JEANS complete with a fly front and a collarless shirt with no cravatStill the author usually can t be held responsible for her cover art since she often has no say in it so I gave her the benefit of the doubt Alas the reason for the cover designer s confusion soon became apparent evidently she didn t know what historical period it was either The novel featured many of the motifs common to Regency romances but almost halfway through the book we were introduced to elderly Mr Patton who had served in the early years of the Napoleonic Wars as a captain in the Royal Navy I was surprised to discover that the story was evidently set several years perhaps several decades past the Regency which ended in 1820 Just how many years later is impossible to say for there s nothing no descriptions of clothing no reference to current events etc that might tie it to a particular timeThe basic premise of the story is not bad and it s one that I haven t run across before The hero and heroine are engaged but when she is injured and perhaps permanently paralyzed after being thrown from her horse she makes up her mind to release him from the engagement even going so far as to throw other marriageable ladies in his way He meanwhile discovers that her accident appears to have been no accident after all and resolves to discover who is trying to kill her and why It s rare to find a book in which the hero and heroine are already in love at the beginning of the story and certainly Willa s situation offers plenty of opportunity for conflict Sadly although they freuently declared or thought about how much they loved each other I never felt much chemistry between them Willa was an unusually passive heroine and not just because she s confined to a Bath chair for most of the book All she seems to do is plan a couple of parties because she s so bored being so much lively than those other insipid young ladies who are content to do needlework and thus probably wouldn t mind so much being paralyzed from the waist down Every time I read this particular trope of sneering at women who enjoy doing embroidery I think the authors must not be familiar with the intricacies of fine needlework I can assure you there s nothing easy or insipid about it It may be a good thing that the servants are constantly telling John and thus the reader what a wonderful young lady Willa is and how much everyone loves her because we re not shown anything that might indicate what makes her so specialI did rather like John the Earl of Roydon but his title does raise another uestion why do authors insist on giving almost all their male characters titles when everyone is going to be on a first name basis within ten minutes of making their acuaintance anyway Especially unlikely was John s addressing his future father in law a man of presumably an older generation who rejoiced in the name of Yale by that name It pulled me out of the story every time the word was spoken And on those few occasions when titles are used they are used incorrectly A baron is constantly referred to as Baron Townsend never Lord Townsend And by the way he holds a barony not a baronetcy which refers to an entirely different title A woman is either Lady Regina Norton if she s the daughter of a peer holding the rank of earl or higher or Lady Norton if she s the wife of Lord Norton but she can t be both At the beginning of the book the author thanks several people one of whom is her editor I had to wonder just what the editor had done to deserve such thanks Aside from letting the above cited title errors stand she also gave a pass to several instances where words didn t mean what the author obviously thought they did the gag around Willa s mouth chafed her skin not chaffed which means to joke or tease proliferate is a verb not an adjective etc Then there are these howlers Willa drug herself forward and something about the awkward position she was laying at Add the words that weren t even in existence yet fired to mean dismissed and okay just to name a couple of the glaring ones and one has to wonder exactly what this editor did or if she even read the manuscriptAs for the mystery who knew shifty eyes and a failure to look someone in the face were such reliable indicators of guilt But the shifty eyed person was clearly working for someone else who could it be I ll admit I kept reading in spite of the above flaws because I was curious I hadn t noticed any characters who might have sufficient motivation And no wonder the guilty party is only mentioned by name once at about the halfway point of the book and never appears on stage until 15 pages before the end of the book Worst of all the motive doesn t make sense unless one has read the author s earlier debut novel And this is what I found most objectionable Indifferent writing even bad writing can be forgiven if the author tells a great story But this sort of denouement is not playing fair with your readers many of whom will not have come across the first book I for one hadn t and after reading this book I have no inclination to seek out any others by this authorAll in all this reads as if the author had read a few Regencies and on the basis of that decided to write one Don t get me wrong I enjoy reading fiction as much as the next person but it s no substitute for the sometimes tedious task of researching Still those who miss the Regency line published by Zebra might find this a welcome return to those days In spite of its shortcomings the author does show promise as in this exchange between the hero and Fayre pronounced Fair she s Willa s younger cousinThank you Fayre I promise we will name our first born sic after youFayre giggled What if it is a boyI ll teach him to be tough were his parting words I do believe there is still a market for the sweet Regency romance If the author will take the time to learn about the period and I do believe that s what she was striving for in spite of the dubious historical details perhaps her third book will be better