The Earl’s Inconvenient Wife

Nathaniel Buford, Earl of Roderick, doesn’t want a wife, but his brother died, passing on the title of earl to him. Now he is bound by duty to get an heir. Unfortunately, to get the heir, he must find a wife. As luck would have it, he gets caught in a scandalous situation not of his doing, and the next thing he knows, he’s married…and to a lady whose family is reported to desire money above all else. Miss Claire Lowell wanted to get married. But she never intended to marry a gentleman who felt trapped into it, and she certainly never thought her family would have a hand in the scandal that forced Lord Roderick’s hand in marriage. Can love find a way to thrive under such conditions or will her father’s eagerness to see her married off to an earl condemn her to a loveless marriage?

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3 Comments

  1. Parody of Regency Since the author has at least 20 other published books, I’m guessing this book was intended to be a parody or was a grand experiment that failed. I’ve never read this author before, so I cannot say for sure. 

  2. An Inconvenient Novel This. Is. Awful. The main characters are flat, cardboard cutouts of better-written Regency Romance novels. The main character is childish, silly, and a complete idiot when it gets right down to the matter. The only admirable aspect about the leading lady is that she loves her family despite how wretched they are! Unfortunately, she has no backbone or intelligence to help her along. 

  3. How Many Times Can Characters Sigh or Roll Their Eyes? This is a poorly written book. Definitely not up to this author’s standards. The characters “sigh” and “roll their eyes” so much that it becomes annoying and distracting. The book is not well researched; the dialog is inconsistent with the the time period. It would be nice if writers would really familiarize themselves and respect genres BEFORE they decided to write. The only saving grace is that the book was free.

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