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F married to a woman he doesn't trust and knows nothing about and he has no intention of trying to find out Yet Belinda is made of sterner stuff and refuses to be afraid of the angry man she married Somehow she determines to melt icy Lord Winterbourne's frozen heart and she's prepared to be wicked to do it Emotional and touchingThis was an emotional and touching love story that dealt with the mental problems caused by war Edward the Maruees of Winterbourne had lived through the war but the images of the deaths of his men and the guilt he felt at surviving while they had died were tormenting him Edward used to be a happy cheerful and well liked gentleman but the war had changed him to a reclusive and ornery man who just wanted to be left alone Agreeing to have a house party to please his sister Edward remains aloof wishing only for the gathering to be done so he can be alone once Belle is hoping to find a husband during the party as her and her sister have been living with their terrible Aunt who has threatened to throw Belle out if she doesn t find herself a husband Unwilling to leave her half sister at their Aunts mercy Belle sets her sites on one man only to find herself caught in a compromising position with Edward the Maruees of Winterbourne Edward thought only to save a gentleman from being compromised into marriage and ended up compromised himself The struggles that Belle went through to help Edward with his emotional problems were depicted very well and I felt her frustration My heart just went out to Edward for the horrors he had seen and the guilt he felt as well as the fear of losing those he loved I cheered every victory that Belle had with Edward and enjoyed every minute of their story

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Blackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage Edward Greyston Maruess of Winterbourne is uite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares however are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo he has ret This felt like a cross between a Tessa Dare and Elizabeth Hoyt which is an odd combination but two authors I like for totally different reasons There is Dare s humor and lightness to the characters and dialogue but the essential plot and character development has some of darkness and depth and redemption of HoytBelle and Crecy are living with their disgusting Aunt who is plotting to sell them off as mistresses unless they get their act together and find husband s stat She is such a ratfink that I would have loved of her and her outrageous acts Belle is particularly concerned about Crecy who is gorgeous but could care less about the Ton men or marriage If it were 2019 she would be heading a CSI team or be the lead forensic pathologist as she loves all things dead and damaged She and her damaged but not dead hero are in the next book To Tame a Savage Heart Why do I feel that the editorpublisher had a hand in that horrible bodice rippery titleThe H is a PTSD victim of Waterloo and very anti social He s tormented by the men he sent to die in battle and his own survival The only reason he has agreed to a house party is to make his little sister happy Emma Leech does an excellent job later in the book humanizing the survivors of war Reading a Regency or any historical it is easy to romanticize their war and battles as opposed to our modern wars The horror devastation and brutality of any war and what it does to the survivors is brought home in a just a few pages as Leech introduces various survivors No gross war details but a uiet scene that brought home to me the toll of war The heroine has set her cap on a pleasant young man who is obsessed with rocks She s nit happy about it but is compelled to protect her sister She is blunt with herself and the hero when he calls her on her evil entrapment plot She lays out uite clearly the options available to her and her sister as women in society Marriage or ruinHer plot goes awry and the H and h end up married It s rough sailing for the two at first where the only place they can connect is in bed The heroine comes up with a nice plan for redemption that was pretty believable If you like Mary Balogh s Survivor s Club series you would probably like this Both series deal with the devastation war has on its immediate survivors and their loved onesThere were some issues with backstory not being developed or explained enough but I ve picked this up in the middle of the series Despite that an enjoyable read with minimal character stupidity so four stars for a job well doneThe uirky Crecy and her dark dark beau sound very promising The Last Runaway giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage Edward Greyston Maruess of Winterbourne is uite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares however are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo he has ret This felt like a cross between a Tessa Dare and Elizabeth Hoyt which is an odd combination but two authors I like for totally different reasons There is Dare s humor and lightness to the characters and dialogue but the essential plot and character development has some of darkness and depth and redemption of HoytBelle and Crecy are living with their disgusting Aunt who is plotting to sell them off as mistresses unless they On Tidy Endings get their act together and find husband s stat She is such a ratfink that I would have loved of her and her outrageous acts Belle is particularly concerned about Crecy who is Flat World Navigation gorgeous but could care less about the Ton men or marriage If it were 2019 she would be heading a CSI team or be the lead forensic pathologist as she loves all things dead and damaged She and her damaged but not dead hero are in the next book To Tame a Savage Heart Why do I feel that the editorpublisher had a hand in that horrible bodice rippery titleThe H is a PTSD victim of Waterloo and very anti social He s tormented by the men he sent to die in battle and his own survival The only reason he has agreed to a house party is to make his little sister happy Emma Leech does an excellent job later in the book humanizing the survivors of war Reading a Regency or any historical it is easy to romanticize their war and battles as opposed to our modern wars The horror devastation and brutality of any war and what it does to the survivors is brought home in a just a few pages as Leech introduces various survivors No A House of My Own Stories from My Life gross war details but a uiet scene that brought home to me the toll of war The heroine has set her cap on a pleasant young man who is obsessed with rocks She s nit happy about it but is compelled to protect her sister She is blunt with herself and the hero when he calls her on her evil entrapment plot She lays out uite clearly the options available to her and her sister as women in society Marriage or ruinHer plot Under Her Command (The Bosss Pet, goes awry and the H and h end up married It s rough sailing for the two at first where the only place they can connect is in bed The heroine comes up with a nice plan for redemption that was pretty believable If you like Mary Balogh s Survivor s Club series you would probably like this Both series deal with the devastation war has on its immediate survivors and their loved onesThere were some issues with backstory not being developed or explained enough but I ve picked this up in the middle of the series Despite that an enjoyable read with minimal character stupidity so four stars for a job well doneThe uirky Crecy and her dark dark beau sound very promising

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Urned from the war a changed man full of rage and guilt Suspecting one of his house guests the bluestocking Belinda Holbrook is about to trap unsuspecting and gullible Lord Nibley into marriage he goes to warn him only to get caught himself Furious but honour bound to do the right thing Edward finds himsel FREE on today 1162018 BlurbBlackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage Edward Greyston Maruess of Winterbourne is uite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares however are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo he has returned from the war a changed man full of rage and guilt Suspecting one of his house guests the bluestocking Belinda Holbrook is about to trap unsuspecting and gullible Lord Nibley into marriage he goes to warn him only to get caught himself Furious but honour bound to do the right thing Edward finds himself married to a woman he doesn t trust and knows nothing about and he has no intention of trying to find out Yet Belinda is made of sterner stuff and refuses to be afraid of the angry man she married Somehow she determines to melt icy Lord Winterbourne s frozen heart and she s prepared to be wicked to do it


10 thoughts on “One Wicked Winter

  1. says:

    This felt like a cross between a Tessa Dare and Elizabeth Hoyt which is an odd combination but two authors I like for tota

  2. says:

    Very boring bookThey were hardly together in the book and their conversations were glossed over Only sex scenes were there I don't know how out of the blue they fell in loveAtleast the author didn't romanticise PTSDwhich was the saving grace of this book

  3. says:

    Unfortunately there was way too much telling so much it ruined what would have a been a great book with a wonderfully grumpy H He has PTSD and he's rude demanding and boxes with his valet The h is desperate to marry to save herself and her beautiful but odd sister He allows the h to compromise them but the pacing was off so where we needed details we didn't get followed up with pages of descriptions The h is a little too perfec

  4. says:

    💝 FREE on today 1162018 💝BlurbBlackmailed by his sister into giving a Christmas house party to celebrate her recent marriage Edward Greyston Maruess of Winterbourne is uite certain the next few days will be an utter nightmare Nightmares however are something Edward is all too familiar with After the bloody battle of Waterloo he has retu

  5. says:

    The author has penned one of the finest and most accurate depictions of PTSD I have ever read Back then nobody knew what to make of t

  6. says:

    Very Good 💙💛💙 My first time reading this author’s work and enjoyed it very much Great storylines and interesting and believable characters Didn’t want Edward and Belle’s story to end and have already purchased the next in series Belle’s sister Crecy’s book #7

  7. says:

    Now We’re TalkingI’ll start off by saying there are two things I don’t like Regency Romances and starting a series in the middleRegency Ro

  8. says:

    Emotional and touchingThis was an emotional and touching love story that dealt with the mental problems caused by war Edward the Maruees of Winterbourne had lived through the war but the images of the deaths of his men and the guilt he felt at surviving while they had died were tormenting him Edward used to be a happy cheerful and well liked gentleman but the war had changed him to a reclusive and ornery man who just wanted to be

  9. says:

    This is book #6 in this series and I have read them all can you tell I love them The women are strong and cunning not afr

  10. says:

    Another wonderful regency romance from Ms LeechIn Book 6 of Rogues Gentlemen not only do we meet delightful new characters but are reacuainted with several old favorites from the previous books In Edward Greyston the Maruess whom we met in Book 5 Ms Leech has constructed a complex fascinating and tortured character perfectly descriptive of what we know today to be PTSD Having survived Waterloo Edward believes h

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