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!!> PDF / Epub ☂ Miss Foster's Folly ✎ Author Alice Gaines – Submitalink.info More of a 4.5 but it s the best thing I ve read in a while, so I m rounding up.Smart and sensual characters with a definite chemistry carry this book far It s both passionate and funny, and leaves me excited to explore this author s backlist. I thoroughly enjoyed it A truly witty read filled with romance and tons of passion For lovers of erotica I would definity recommend this if you also enjoy the victorian era D Manhattan, Juliet Foster Has Just Become The Wealthiest Spinster In Town Her Domineering And Thoroughly Unpleasant Father Has Died And Left Her Millions She S Free To Be Her Own Woman And Seek A Life Of AdventureDavid Winslow, Marquess Of Derrington, Is In Search Of A Wife Who Can Break The Winslow Curse Every Second Generation Heir Inherits A Restless, Defiant Nature That Can Only Be Tamed By A Mate As Independent And Rebellious As HimselfMiss Juliet Foster Is Perfect And Eager For Seduction But When He Wants Than A Few Nights Of Passion, Juliet Runs Like The Devil S On Her Heels Can The Marquess Convince Her That Marriage Isn T A Trap, But The Greatest Freedom Of All Delightful Intelligent and funny Victorian romance Very hot love scenes and many of them. This sounded like a cute story when I got it The heroine had inherited all the family money, and intended to set off on an adventure Except her adventure sounded really strange Why would a gently raised rich young woman decide to take a bunch of lovers This intention just was Not motivated, to my satisfaction, anyway Then, since she s going to pretend to be a widow, to take all these lovers, she decides she needs to get her virginity out of the way But the hero of the story an impoverishe This sounded like a cute story when I got it The heroine had inherited all the family money, and intended to set off on an adventure Except her adventure sounded really strange Why would a gently raised rich young woman decide to take a bunch of lovers This intention just was Not motivated, to my satisfaction, anyway Then, since she s going to pretend to be a widow, to take all these lovers, she decides she needs to get her virginity out of the way But the hero of the story an impoverished nobleman has decided he needs a rich wife, and the heroine is the one he s set his mind on She just wants him to relieve her of her inconvenient virginity She runs away from him to England, he encounters her there, and continues his courtship Which isn t particularly court y He manipulates her, takes her off to his country estate and won t let her leave, etc., etc., and a whole lot of etc There s a whole lot of nooky going on in the middle of this book, plus a spanking scene which I did not find at all reasonable that she would wind up Liking it But then, while I realize some might like spanking, it is Totally not my thing, most especially when it begins as punishment I simply can t conceive that it could somehow turn into something erotic So that s probably just that it ain t my kink Mostly, though, I found all the sex really boring There wasn t enough other stuff that didn t annoy me to keep me interested It was okay I read the whole book Woman does not trust man to make a good marriage with her Man convinces her that he will by keeping her prisoner and seducing her Yuck. Sold as straight romance, there was enough detailed nooky here to reclassify it as erotic Miss Foster, a very wealthy Victorian era heiress, decides, upon the death of her father, that she wants to travel to Europe disguised as a scandalous widow to protect her project from her straightlaced relatives and sleep her way through England, France, Spain, and Italy in the order, as you will notice, from lowest to highest, of that country s reputations as lovers Unfortunately for her plans, her Sold as straight romance, there was enough detailed nooky here to reclassify it as erotic Miss Foster, a very wealthy Victorian era heiress, decides, upon the death of her father, that she wants to travel to Europe disguised as a scandalous widow to protect her project from her straightlaced relatives and sleep her way through England, France, Spain, and Italy in the order, as you will notice, from lowest to highest, of that country s reputations as lovers Unfortunately for her plans, her Englishman believes that she is the ONE, the destined wife for him, and therefore wantsthan just an affair and he s not too happy about her travel plans, either, once he finds them out Sparks and clothing fly as the courtship dance commences There s an absolutely hilarious scene where the heroine talks about orchids This was a random read and a new author for me It was a surprisingly enjoyable, sexy Victorian era romance between a rich, headstrong New York heiress and a persistent English Marquis Alice Gaines has a nice and easy writing style and I ll be on the lookout forof her books. Astonishing I occasionally browse publishers websites and download ebooks on impulse, but this must be the first time I ve bought a book by an unfamiliar author and read it in one sitting It was that good.A mature American socialite is left a staggering fortune by an eccentric relative and decides to spread her wings, lose her virginity, then go on a scandalous tour of Europe, posing as merry widow She meets a moody aristocratic British rake who is looking for a headstrong, defiant wife to n Astonishing I occasionally browse publishers websites and download ebooks on impulse, but this must be the first time I ve bought a book by an unfamiliar author and read it in one sitting It was that good.A mature American socialite is left a staggering fortune by an eccentric relative and decides to spread her wings, lose her virginity, then go on a scandalous tour of Europe, posing as merry widow She meets a moody aristocratic British rake who is looking for a headstrong, defiant wife to neutralise his hereditary arrogance and egotism.The various narrative elements of Miss Foster s Folly are familiar strands of historical romances, but Ms Gaines weaves golden cloth from cliched threads Chemistry would be a feebly inappropriate description of the interaction between Juliet and David High voltage arcs of electricity surging from a Tesla coil is the closest simile I can think of.And if the rapier sharp dialogues and catch me if you can chase scenes weren t enough, when the sexual encounters finally make an appearance, they build upon each other with increasing emotional and physical intensity, lifting the story way above the mainstream mass of plodding Regency romances and turgid contemporary erotica.I ve awarded five stars to many other books I ve reviewed on Goodreads, but after reading Miss Foster s Folly I m tempted to go back and curve some of those downwards If Spinal Tap can have an amplifier with an 11 volume setting, why can t Goodreads have a 6 or 7 star category I do believe I ve fallen in love with Ms Gaines If you ve never read anything by Alice Gaines, this is a great place to start Miss Foster s Folly is a humorous Victiorian romance which deserves the five star reviews it s garnered You won t feel the heat from the five flame rating because the writing is so smooth and the story so sweet.Juliet Foster has just become the wealthiest spinster in town Her domineering and thoroughly unpleasant father has died and left her millions She s free to be her own woman and seek a life of adventure Dav If you ve never read anything by Alice Gaines, this is a great place to start Miss Foster s Folly is a humorous Victiorian romance which deserves the five star reviews it s garnered You won t feel the heat from the five flame rating because the writing is so smooth and the story so sweet.Juliet Foster has just become the wealthiest spinster in town Her domineering and thoroughly unpleasant father has died and left her millions She s free to be her own woman and seek a life of adventure David Winslow, Marquess of Derrington, is in search of a wife who can break the Winslow Curse Every second generation heir inherits a restless, defiant nature that can only be tamed by a mate as independent and rebellious as himself And so begins Miss Foster s Folly a rolicking trip accross the Atlantic through the English countryside Along the way, the reader meets a gaggle of quirky noblemen and women, including David s grandmother, Lady Harriet Winslow, the Dowager Marchioness of Derrington who redefines the meaning of a little old lady

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