Midnight Pleasures Free read Ü 2

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Midnight Pleasures Free read Ü 2 ☆ In the night all rules are forgottenEloisa James the acclaimed author of Potent Pleasures returns to Regency England with an unforgettable new heroine — a genteel but naughty innocent who gets than she bargains for when she finally says yes to loveTo her legions of adoring suitors it comes as uite a shock when Ck when Lady Sophie York rejects an offer of marriage from the dashing rakish Patrick Foakes in favor of amiable but dull Braddon Chatwin He may be an earl but it is Patrick's stolen kisses that sear her lipsWhen Patrick in disguise scales a ladder to retrieve his friend's fiancée he never expects the. Didn't love it or even like it all that much by the end 25 stars The book had a split personality it's tone or mood if you will started out lighthearted with some misunderstandingfalse assumptions as Hh end up married to each other; developed into angst y and all about misunderstandings suspicions and perverse refusals to say anything even the most obvious things and I don't mind misunderstandings if they're not forced and drawn out but these were; and at last was soap operatically weepy with gut wrenching tear jerking upset and its aftermath I did cry at one point but I felt whipsawed by confusion Or worse a bit manipulated rather than moved There were two secondary couples who added some sly romance But the main Hh sort of fizzled for me I did finish all 432 pp but it was slow going the last hundred pages or so For my money there are better gut wrenching HRs and better lighthearted HRs and better misunderstanding based HRs out there

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In the night all rules are forgottenEloisa James the acclaimed author of Potent Pleasures returns to Regency England with an unforgettable new heroine a genteel but naughty innocent who gets than she bargains for when she finally says yes to loveTo her legions of adoring suitors it comes as uite a sho. So when I first started reading I despised Sophie's betrothed What a disgusting man he was to plan on marrying Sophie while setting up a mistress with whom he was in love Ok ok so that's not really fair that's EXACTLY what men of the times in that social circle did but still Blech However once we got to know him and Madeline a little better I admit I softened towards him a great deal even though he was still a big ole chucklehead The resolution with Madeline was a bit far fetched but still sweetSophie's parents also annoyed me I can't abide adultery and despite the fact that Sophie hinted that a lot of his public dalliances were designed to spark a reaction in his wife that doesn't change the fact that he still carried on multiple extramarital affairs It was nice that she finally forgave him and let him back in her bed but adultery is such an automatic suick for me that even that wasn't all that appealingTo be honest I found both of those side romances to be intriguing than that between Patrick and Sophie Not that there was anything wrong with them mind you and I definitely enjoyed the story as a whole but her pretending to be uneducated so's not to scare him off and acting as though nothing ever bothered her even though I understand her reasoning given her upbringing annoyed the pie out of me And Patrick I'm sorry man I wouldn't allow my spouse to go off unattended with their ex fiance for hours at a time without at least asking WTH they were doingEven with all that it was an entertaining read so 4 Stars

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Midnight PleasuresElopement to be his own Neither does Sophie Braddon or the rest of the tattling ton One hasty wedding later the passionate innocent and the sophisticated rogue play out their own intricate dance as Sophie masters what it takes to keep a man where he belongs And Patrick learns the ultimate lesson in love. I liked this one not as much as the first one in the series but it was enjoyable I have a lovehate thing for this narrator She is GREAT with the characters emotions and dialogue She can switch back and forth seamlessly from a yelling chick to a subdued Dude and then back to narrator voice I am so annoyed with complaints that narrators shouldn't act out the books but just read them I think if they got their wish they'd admit that they are wrong with those statements What I hate about this narrator and I consider hate a very strong word is the affectation she has in drawing out long e sounds at the end of sentences For instance He told her lovingleeeeeeeeee She held him tightleeeeeeee and he said so suprisingleeeeeeee he gave her all the moneyeeeeeee See what I mean This was almost every other sentence and very distracting I couldn't help but take myself out of the story and wonder if the narrator has any friends if she talks this way in real life I almost hate to mention this because her narration was so good otherwise above and beyond good but it's almost as bad as listening to a teenager say like a gazillion times in conversation which is just unbearable to me With that being said I never got used to that affectation and I was constantly forcing myself to look past it but I did so because otherwise she was phenomenal