Madeline Hunter is a New York Times bestselling author with more than six million copies of her books in print. She has more than 30 nationally bestselling. A delightful historical romance novella from the New York Times bestselling author of the Fairbourne Quartet! Madeline Hunter weaves passion. 27 out. Ponto de Situação: "Provocadora" de Madeline Hunter. outubro 27 A ASA está a chamar provocadora à Verity? Vc está lendo em PDF?.

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Obediente, Mike voltou e passou meia hora no jardim com os pesos. E se tivesse arruinado a voz para sempre? Ele aceitou, ainda que sem muito entusiasmo. Um dos colegas de Mike, o futuro editor e colega Matthew Evans, tinha ganhado sua vaga com notas modestas, incluindo marcenaria. Matriculado no mesmo curso estava Laurence Isaacson, que se tornaria um bem-sucedido magnata de restaurantes, o qual costumava dizer que, se cantasse ou tocasse algum instrumento, seu futuro poderia ter sido bem diferente.

I also didn't like how much of the plot felt like a polemic on the evils of the British class system and the abuses made possible there. It didn't help, of course, that the most self-righteous bits were spouted by the reality-challenged Verity or that the actual plot behind her inheritance and the people in her district served as a discourse on some of the worst-case abuses possible.

Not to mention the hypocrisy of a story that resolves satisfactorily only because Hawkeswell and his buddies pull aristocratic rank to pierce the original plot and bring the abusers to "justice"—essentially saying that the class system is open to abuse that is best solved by people using the class system to right its wrongs.

And yeah, that's a lot of griping for a three-star review. The thing is, I did care about Hawkeswell and through him the rest of the story fell into place including, grudgingly, Verity. I liked his character arc and his falling in love and the ending was simply outstanding. Yeah, I'm still a sentimental fool at heart and while some of it irked me mightily, I was still eager to see Hawkeswell's growth in a story I knew in advance would have a happy ending.

Since that happy ending was truly magnificent, I have to put this one in the "win" column. And yeah, I look forward to reading the next and seeing if it is closer to my enchantment with the first book or more like the minor disappointment of this one. A note about Steamy: This one had three or four explicit sex scenes and that puts it edging higher in the middle of my steam tolerance.

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It was interesting that the main characters had been married though separated for two years before the novel starts and I first started attaching to Hawkeswell with his intimate care of Verity who was still a virgin. As I said above, Hawkeswell's belief in seduction as a cure for reticence grated a bit, but I rather enjoyed seeing him be hoist by his own petard on that little hook, as well.

Oct 23, Keri rated it really liked it Shelves: This was the 2nd in the Rarest Blooms series and I liked it better then the first.

I connected much better to the characters because the writing seemed a bit more looser. The love scenes were well done and heart felt.

I liked that Verity wasn't a pushover and she didn't mind telling Grayson where to stick his title. Even though she didn't have all the information quite right on the Earl of Hawkeswell.

Yes he needed a monied bride and he was under the impression that he had a willing one. But onc This was the 2nd in the Rarest Blooms series and I liked it better then the first. But once he found out the truth, he was fully capable of setting things right Grayson knew that once his virgin bride had a taste of his man essence and passion she would beg to stay his wife.

Somebody was willing to be a slave, you will have to read it for yourself who slaved over who. Sweet and awesome read and I can't wait to pick up Celia's story.

But I am on pins and needles for Tristan and Daphne's story.

Gosh he is such a man-whore I already love him. View all 5 comments. Sep 17, willaful rated it liked it Shelves: Discovered by her husband, Verity is forced to resume a marriage she had never wanted and still hopes to escape. Well written as always, with many witty passages, this romance still failed to touch me.

But I was bothered more by not really having a sense of Events happened in the book yet I had no sense of what happened between those events. Other details failed to convince me as well: View 2 comments. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. Spoilers ahead. This book made me cringe so much I couldn't finish it. It hits my least favorite romance trope: If I just keep seducing her, no matter how many times she says "just a kiss" or asks for her freedom, I'll convince her that she likes to be my marital property! And I generally love Historical Romance, tropes and all, but No. Unlike Hunter's last book in the series, this book lacked the underlying mystery that kept the story rolling in the last one.

The "mystery" in this is revealed by the heroine early on, and then it's a romp through misunderstandings, assumptions, and misguided male lust and greed, he did marry her for money in the first place! Moral of the story: If Hawkeswell was really so noble, he would've let the poor girl have her annulment without scraping at his male pride to force her to have no other choice, and THEN tried to convince her to change her mind because he actually LIKED her. If he'd been unattractive, he would've been the villain of this story.

Sorry, M. I will check out the rest of the series, but I am not much pleased with this one. Oct 12, Elaine rated it liked it Shelves: I expected more from it though. It took me a long time to get into it. I liked the characters but I found the heroine frustrating she had so little understanding of her situation and what was possible. I was very interested in the storyline but it was just so very slow moving and I kept getting bored.

It picked up at the very end a little bit. I liked it enough though that I will be reading the 3rd installment in this series. Why in the name of all that is Holy, was I reading this?! I mean, there weren't even good reviews left by my friends serving as a recommendation and the avg rating wasn't that compelling either so, What.

Where was the romance, the chemistry, the zing, dude?! The entire time reading this, I wasn't laughing. I stomach didn't fill with butterflies. My heart didn't flutter. Never shed a tear. Didn't visit LaLa-Land either. For God's sake I didn't even sigh or aww. This was so. If it weren't for that ending. Ho preferito il precedente. Verity e il conte sono un po' opachi come personaggi. View 1 comment. Jun 17, Sonya Heaney rated it it was amazing Shelves: Originally posted HERE. I am genuinely perplexed by the mixed reviews for this series.

Apart from the sometimes cringeworthy uses of American words and expressions fishing poles? But therein, I suspect, lies the problem. Provocative in Pearls is the second book in the Rarest Blooms series, and I loved every moment of it. In fact, I liked this one even more than the first in the series, for the gradual, believable development of a desperate man and a beaten woman forced into a marriage, into two characters in a deep, deep love.

I loved the humour between the men.

I loved the gestures the characters made that spoke a lot more about how they felt than any words could do. Perhaps what I love most is that the characters are bringing a genuine Regency-era mentality to their lives, to their marriages. Misplaced feminism that is accepted by the other characters makes me cringe. After all, what is the point in the historical setting if things are going to be as they are in the twenty-first century, only with fancier dresses?

I loved the well-constructed scenes from start to finish, showing our Regency aristocrat — despite himself — finding himself in love with his errant wife. But, oh if only US publishers took more care with language! I am so, so, so, so tired of being yanked out of the story by American English! This is also the first historical romance I remember reading where arse was misspelt as ass — more than once.

If the rest of us can recognise these terms as American, American editors should be able to recognise what is British! Even so, this was one of my better historical romance reads… ever. I love this series. May 06, Ana rated it really liked it Shelves: Hawkeswell has found himself in a bit of a muddle. Two years ago he married a heiress so that he could replenish his empty coffers. Unfortunately the bride dissaperead on her wedding day.

Now he can't get her fortune, and he can't marry another woman. And then, while visiting the Rarest Blooms with his friend Sebastian hero of Ravishing in Red he sees her again - his wife Verity. Verity has been blackmailed into marrying Hawkeswell by her cousin.

When she found out that he didn't stick to his p Hawkeswell has found himself in a bit of a muddle. When she found out that he didn't stick to his part of the deal she ran away.

She spent the last two years hiding, waiting for her 21st birthday and her majority.

And then she sees her husband again. And he refuses to allow her an annulment, but insist on continuing their marriage. And then he decides to seduce her with kisses. Their roots are very different. He is an earl born and bred to take over the title, and she is a daughter of a mine owner or something like that.

Verity especially is aware of the difference of their status, particularly when she goes to her hometown and when she notices that everyone treats her differently - she's not one of them anymore, but a countess. My main problem with the book is that wit was really slow and boring, mostly in the beginning.

But when I passed that it picked up in the second half. Castleford as always is great. Mar 10, Joan rated it it was ok Shelves: I had Quite unexpectedly too, because I had so enjoyed Ravishing in Red, the first in the series. First and most insignificant , I never got over the fact that the heroine was actually named Verity.

Second, the hero comes off as petulant. Who wants to read a story about whose character seems to be there just for the sake of being pitiful, no matter how handsome he may be? Third, I was a little disturbed by the initial seduction of heroine in the garden of the hero's e I had Third, I was a little disturbed by the initial seduction of heroine in the garden of the hero's estate. It seemed like the same kind of "seduction" that would happen in a dark alley. It created a weird feeling around the rest of their relationship for me.


Although I may not just be a fan of the trope, I feel that this has been handled better elsewhere. Jul 18, Virginia rated it liked it Shelves: Ah, I am so pleased that Hunter did not disappoint! Sometimes, I pick up a new romance author, like one of her works, and then find the rest to be drivel. Gladly, this is not so.Um livro fantstico depois casal luxo pedro paola provocante casal ardido mait rodrigo ousada autora paola scott nos presenteia com casal.

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I have a Flare 2 and it keeps going into the recover screen. LOL In the end I was lukewarm about this book but it is not stopping me from continuing on with the series especially since I am listening to them all in the audiobook format. It was interesting that the main characters had been married though separated for two years before the novel starts and I first started attaching to Hawkeswell with his intimate care of Verity who was still a virgin.

Good can come from such matches. Aug 08, D rated it it was ok Recommends it for: Verity run away right after the wedding ceremony, feeling betrayed and so justifying her actions.

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