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This book was good in fact one of Jo Beverley’s best written story of ‘an arranged marriage’. Though I did not care for Lucian hitting Beth, I did understand were. New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Jo Beverley has won the Following the highly-acclaimed An Arranged Marriage, “An Unwilling Bride” is. Read “An Unwilling Bride (The Company of Rogues Series, Book 2)” by Jo Beverley online on Bookmate – The Duchess of Belcraven committed a folly, and .

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Nov 26, ARomanceLover rated it really liked it. I did really enjoy that the last line he says to her is about her spirit and her strength and how she is his friend for life.

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Her maid is upset, and helps her try to hide the evidence. In his jealous outburst, he backhands her. Or that at least they felt a little lust. Inher scientist husband was invited to do post-doctoral research at Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada. I actually liked her and liked where the relationships ended up. And then after they’ve pissed each other off, they have to play nice so no one starts scandal about the marriage.

This book is a real mess, but at least it wasn’t obnoxiously so as the first in the series was. Partly I think because the main characters were written very convincingly as unable to get along for the main part of the book.


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They find a common interest in books and ideas, and unwillnig grows their relationship. This is not an easy book. Paperback eBook Audio Large Print.

I liked some of the points made, but it could have been better. Home Groups Talk Zeitgeist.

That’s more a convention of historical romances like Woodiwiss, one that deadens the heart. Beth has a lot of adjusting to do.

And ultimately, in anger, he hits her. Refresh and try again. And we are at the crucial climactic juncture by now. All her hate for the other victim, and never for the culprits.

Not another sole acknowledges it. Yet after a harrowing meeting with the Duke of Belcraven, Beth finds herself caught in a web of aristocratic power — and engaged to marry his rakish heir, Lucien de Vaux, Marquess of Arden. They are both proud and unwilling maybe to try and step in the other’s shoes.

Company of Rogues 2. Published November 1st by Zebra first published February 1st I might have try and read it again and see if I like it better the second time, since I fell in love with the Company of Rogues after reading Forbidden.

January 14, Publication Date: See the other authors section. A veritable feast of delight for the true connoisseur”. I like heroines who are strong but who are also soft, feminine and btide. So good characterization, but not exactly in a good cause.


Now, over twenty years later, the duke learns he has a legitimate daughter—Beth Unwil,ing, a child of his blood—and he compels Lucien and Beth to marry. I really enjoyed this series then but was disappointed in the re-read of the first book in the series.

Hopefully, they all die.

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AlexisLovesBooks Feb 9, One of the things that decided me was the way the subplot was resolved, which was absurd. Following the highly-acclaimed An Arranged Marriage, “An Unwilling Bride” is the second book in Beverley’s hugely successful “Company of Rogues” series to be reissued and re-packaged to reach her ever-growing circle of fans.

Here are my main issues with how this was handled afterward: It was 3 in the morning, I thought it would be cute and fluffy with kissing bits. Okay, to be honest, why would a man prefer a combative, prickly, opinionated, plain forced-upon-him wife over a warm, understanding, undemanding, good humoured and beautiful mistress? He actually hurts her on two separate occasions– near the end of the novel he hits her, on purpose, because he believes she has cheated on him.