[ Epub ] ➛ An Improper Companion Author April Kihlstrom – Submitalink.info

[ Epub ] ➛ An Improper Companion Author April Kihlstrom – Submitalink.info A DEVIL S CHOICEHeather Wade Faced A Thoroughly Devilish Dilemma When She Heard The Astounding Proposal Of The Wealthy And Notorious Sir Leslie Kinwell This Man Who Had Brutishly Dishonored Her Virtue Now Calmly Announced She Was To Become His Wife If She Refused, She Would Be Sent From Kinwell S Castle To Be Cast Alone, Penniless, And Shamed On The Streets Of London If She Accepted, She Would Be Bound In Marriage To A Man She Could Only Despise As An Unqualified Monster Of Depravity Heather Was An Innocent No Longer, But She Still Had Ever So Much To Learn About The Ways Of Men And The World And Her Own Proud And Perplexed Young Heart.


10 thoughts on “An Improper Companion

  1. Sarah Mac Sarah Mac says:

    Meh, what a snooze I was hoping this would be some kind of HQN Regency hybrid because the guy mistakes girl for prostitute plot is classic WTFery , but it s just plain dull The heroine is dumb as a stump I daresay stumps have common sense the hero


  2. KatieV KatieV says:

    I won t rate something that I didn t finish The reason I didn t finish is because life is too short and my tbr list is too long to continue with something that doesn t grab me I m not saying it was awful, I just got bored once the marriage occurred Also it s in fi


  3. Lynne Tull Lynne Tull says:

    The story was good The hero was wonderful The heroine was too angry, petty, argumentative, abrasive I know she was only eighteen, but she acted like she was five I like to read some of these old Signet books, but this one was not entertaining.


  4. Spazfungus Spazfungus says:

    written in the first person, interesting plot, frustrated at all the character s stupidity and inability to talk, the emeralds were a nice touch view spoiler running away from the only option of being an unpaid teacher, Heather decides to find a domestic agency and become a compa


  5. Emily Emily says:

    Just when it got good, it was the last page So much build up for nothing If there was at least two chapters I would have truly liked the book.


  6. Suzanne Suzanne says:

    ended abruptly


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