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Reader Review: I usually like Penny Jordan's books a lot. But this one was a rare exception. The female character is very childish and spoiled, I could't imagine how a man like Guard could fall in love with her. This will be a mystery of humankind like the pyramids... I gave it 3 stars because Guard is a good character and I felt that he deserved it.
Rosy Wyndham has a choice: find a husband in three months, or watch her family's beloved English estate, Queen's Meadow, fall into the hands of her father's cousin. But as impossible as it seems to find her soul mate in such a short period, Rosy knows that she can't bear losing Queen's Meadow. So now she needs a groom--any groom!
Yet no one is more surprised than Rosy when entrepreneur and family friend Guard Jamieson steps up to the marital plate. Rosy realizes it's only a business deal, so why on earth does Guard insist they play the role of love-struck newlyweds?
The charade is even starting to convince Rosy that her make-believe marriage could be more than just business...it could definitely be pleasure!
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|Title of eBook: Unwanted Wedding|
|Release Date: 03-01-2008|
|Publisher: Harlequin Readers' Choice|
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Rosy paced the floor of her bedroom, a fixed, strained expression on her face, her hands gripped into two small fists at her side and her normally clear, guileless dark blue eyes shadowed as she repeated the same four words over and over again under her breath. Even now she still wasn't sure she was actually going to be able to say them out loud.
'Will you marry me? Will you marry me? Will you marry me? Will you marry me?'There, she had said it and, even if the words hadn't sounded quite as firm and assured as she would have liked, at least they had been spoken. She was over the first hurdle, she told herself bravely, and if she could manage that one, then she could surely manage the other.
She swallowed hard and looked at the telephone beside her bed. There was no point in shilly-shallying; she might as well get the whole thing over and done with.
But not up here. Not sitting here on her bed in the privacy of her bedroom while she
Quickly, she averted her eyes from the pretty girlishness of her flower-sprigged bedcover, virginal white with a scattering of flower posies. She had been fourteen the year she had chosen it; she was almost twenty-two now.
Twenty-two, but as naïve and unworldly as a girl still or so she had been told.
Her throat closed nervously. She didn't need to remind herself exactly who it was who had said those words to her.
Quickly, she opened her bedroom door and hurried downstairs. She would use the phone in the room which had been her father's study and, before that, her grandfather's. To say those words in that room would be appropriate somehow, would lend them weight and dignity.
She picked up the receiver and punched in the numbers...
Title: Unwanted Wedding
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Number of Comments: 2 Rating(s) 2 Review(s)
52 of 118 people found the following eBook Review Helpful
I liked the book well enough but there were a coup
March 13, 2008
Reviewer: A reader from Los Angeles, CA USA
I liked the book well enough but there were a couple of annoying things about it. The book seem to set in the present, a modern time, but all the characters acted and spoke as if it was an earlier setting. Also, Rosy's character was awful. She was kind of whiney and pathetic.
February 3, 2011
I usually like Penny Jordan's books a lot. But this one was a rare exception. The female character is very childish and spoiled, I could't imagine how a man like Guard could fall in love with her.
This will be a mystery of humankind like the pyramids...
I gave it 3 stars because Guard is a good character and I felt that he deserved it.
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