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This second book in the series takes readers on a journey with Adelaide Frampton, Hell’s Belle and the Matchbreaker, and her nemesis/love interest Henry, The Duke of Claybourn as they trek across England to try and track down a couple eloping to Gretna Green. I am glad I finally got that nudge from the Julie Garwood group on Goodreads, because what most of what I love about her historical book is here in Heartbreaker.

A Royal Match When the two find themselves on a breakneck journey across Britain to stop a wedding, it's impossible for Clayborn to resist this woman who both frustrates and fascinates him. The 103 third parties who use cookies on this service do so for their purposes of displaying and measuring personalized ads, generating audience insights, and developing and improving products. Garwood's homey storytelling was evident in the interactions between her main characters and the supporting ones. My curiosity kept me reading, I was really close to giving up but I am so glad that I didn’t because this book is one of the most original and refreshing books I have read in a long while. Also, Adelaide spends too much time in repeat mode protesting why she and Clayborn can’t be together.Enjoy strange, diverting work from The Commuter on Mondays, absorbing fiction from Recommended Reading on Wednesdays, and a roundup of our best work of the week on Fridays.

I’ve read a couple of books in this series already, and compared to them this book isn’t my favorite, but it nevertheless delivered a chilling, unpredictable, and suspenseful storyline that had my attention. Both the lead characters were average, their love story played a very minor role but their occasional interactions were well written.

Convinced he’s now on the road to success as a parent, Sam wonders if he can find similar success as Lucki’s potential boyfriend. The novel is structured into three different accounts, or sections — “Girl” “Dog” “Boy” — each section powered by one character who loves Billie Jean: her daughter, Pony Darlene, her dog, Gena Rowlands, and a teenage boy named Supernatural, each bearing witness to Billie Jean’s absence.

She has such strong depictions of not just the main characters but the side characters too (like Noah Clayborne) and there’s a nice amount of dry humor and witty banter thrown in as well. All I kept thinking was that I hope Netflix (or some other TV company) picks this one up, it would make a great series. That is, until the start of January, in which Nick and Charlie are placed in the same form group and made to sit together.All signs point to Imogen and a certain detective inspector being the next couple featured in the series and I am 100% here for it. So when she begins to fall in love with Earl, a professional race car driver, she begins to question her choice of career. From the start it’s clear this guy is demented and that no one or nothing can keep him from killing (and mutilating) victims again and again. Similar to how a theater works — you enter the chamber, the lights dim, they rise, and you’re with the storm of Pony Darlene. So now I'm trying to empty out all my old images from my 'planned' feed, that way I won't shuffle another photo to the back forever.

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