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His Convenient Marchioness Free download ✓ 105 ½ With this ringI thee claimAfter the loss of his wife and children the Maruess of Huntercombe closed his heart to love But now that he must marry to secure an heir he’s determined that the beautiful impoverished widow Lady Emma Lacy should be hisEmma has vowed never to marry for moWith this ringI thee claimAfter the loss of his wife and children the Maruess of Huntercombe closed his heart to love But now that he must marry to s. 425 starsThis is how to write a romance with dead exesIt’s May Dec couple he is 50 and she is 32 I don’t expected to like this book so much it was so goodIt’s than just a silly romance with shallow storyline You have to read it to understand what I mean Also the children characters were good too they behaves exactly as they are children No small body talk like an adult Yippee Lol‘Each year on Peter’s birthday I take the children to visit his grave I tell him about the children and they tell him about me We leave flowers Silly but—’‘Tell me’ ‘He made me promise to be happy again To love again and and to find someone to love me And he said “No regrets Emm”’ A soft laugh shook him ‘Anne didn’t have the chance but she would have said something very similar I’m glad I finally obeyed her on all counts Perhaps you might like to tell her’If you want to read a longer review Caz’s Review here is an excellent oneI wish this book much longer because it’s so good

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Use him But when her children’s grandfather sets to steal them away from her she has no other option she must become the maruess’s convenient bri. So this was a May Dec romance and though I'm sure I've read the type before it never really showed so explicitly on my radarMy Shh Reading Challenge 2018 reuired me to you guessed it read a wide age gap romance May Dec So when this showed up on my newsfeed and Ira tagged the gap Him 50 and her 32 well you have to agree it was definitely a sign xDWhat I'm trying to say is despite everything I only picked this up to fulfill my prompt challenge It had promising reviews and blurb seemed interesting too but yeahSo our story follows our H Maruis Huntercombe aka Hunt who is in need of an heir after the tragic deaths of his wife and children And our lovely h Lady Emma Lacy widowed mother of two living under great financial difficulty and the threat of losing her children to their grandfatherNow let it be known I don't do dead exes Oh I read them alright but majority of the times they leave a really bad after taste in my mouth This was not one of those times If nothing else I loved how the dead exes were dealt with in here ‘I doubt you can anger me Harry or offend me Just take a deep breath and say it’‘I don’t want to call you Papa’Hunt swallowed ‘I see Well that’s all right’ he said carefully‘So do we just keep calling you Lord Huntercombe’‘Rather a mouthful When it’s family you can call me Uncle Hunt In formal company or with strangers you can call me Huntercombe or sir Like any other gentleman would’Harry mulled that over for a moment ‘All right It’sit’s not that I don’t like you you knowit’s just—’ He flushed‘Just that you remember your papa and miss him’ Hunt said uietly His own father had been gone for twenty years—he still missed him at times and his mother ‘I do understand and I’m glad you asked me’ It all felt very personal and realistic so it was definitely painful but at the same time it never shadowed our Hh's current lives ‘I wish with all my heart that you had not lost them’ ‘You wish then that we hadn’t married’She shook her head ‘No Never that’ So it's doubly hard for me to point out why it only got 3 stars I liked the romance it was a mature realistic sort without all the fairytale expectations and the kids acted like kids and the side characters I mean the servants were all just terrific but I'm just not satisfied You know how they say men change after marriage Well this sorta defined Hunt to a T but I say sorta cause at times it didn't and it was all inconsistent but it was also what made him realistic and that might be why I'm not okay cause I don't want my heroes to be like the average man you find in the real world

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His Convenient MarchionessEcure an heir he’s determined that the beautiful impoverished widow Lady Emma Lacy should be hisEmma has vowed never to marry for money so must ref. I fell for the cover first and then the H himself Learning that he’s 50 years old only added to the appeal And that he rarely left home without Fergus his spaniel totally sealed it for me Wish someone would seal and ship him to me I’ll have to hide him from my husband of courseThe h’s a likable character too and I can imagine them together a couple and happy Her children and Fergus complete the wholesome family pictureThe H a widower who lost his wife and children to small pox 11 years ago had no intention of remarrying but with the recent death of his brother his heir he’s forced to reconsider The woman who catches his fancy – an impoverished widow with two children and a scandalous past is deemed completely unsuitable by his sisters and society at large But his mind and other regions not his heart as he convinces himself are set on the h and she seems to return his interest Villains disapproving family make trouble but also push the h towards the H for help and so they get married post haste More trouble and intrigue follows till the sweet and satisfying hea with an epilogue bonusThe story turns to humdrum domesticity midway and sort of plods on before rallying towards the end The kids are entirely too adorable and realistically drawn – so realistic that they turn unmanageable and pestilent like any RL kid – pretty darn soon And I wish the h’s callous parents and erstwhile in laws had had a of a comeuppance than shown The spirit of the book deserves a 5 as do the characters but the lagging middle puts it at a 425 The guy on the cover looks a bit like Cumberbatch classically featured but just as deliciousSpent just as much time reading the book as gazing at him ;