The Frenchman's Bride [Pdf/E–pub]

Hallie are off to a very shaky start many an obstacle Sweet romance About the book It was a totally different kind of a storyOne the book It was a totally different kind of a storyOne the best scenes #in the book is the one where the Hero comes to know how wrong he was #the book is the one where the Hero comes to know how wrong he was coming to the conclusion that the heroine had designs on his son for his moneyRebeccca winters is an author whose writing I find to be refreshingly different I think of her books as a kind of palate cleanser Barring a few xceptions most of her books give you the Feel good factorIf one were to laborateThey would have one or of the following 1 They are almost always clean romances meaning no physical scenes 2 They will have an phemeral or otherworldly uality about them 3 They will have normal loving parent parents siblings 4 Most of the time the Main Characters will be portrayed as genuinely nice people 5 After the Hero Heroine realise that they love the other if circumstances conspire to keep them apart the internal angst dialogues Imaginary Runner emotions are described very poignantly6 If the Hero st I don t usually give a plot summary but the blurb on the book is really not informative and very little of the book is reflected in it so here goes Hallie is a 26 year old lay nun in Paris weeks away from taking her vows Her two young French friends Paul and Moniue who are 18 year old twins throw her a surprise birthday party during which Paul reveals he s in love with her and proposes She tries to turn him down gently but during the process Paul s father intervenes angrily He thinks Hallie is the same kind ofxploitative schemer that the twins mother was Paul freaks out and is injured running into. Nd It's too complicated too difficult it will change her life forever Vincent to. Hallie seorang calon biarawati 25 tahun mengalami masalah ketika seorang anak 18 tahun Jatuh Cinta Padanya Apalagi cinta padanya Apalagi anak itu akhirnya mengalami gangguan psikis Menariknya ketika bertemu dengan ayah si bocah Hallie malah suka pada ayahnyaKonfliknya menarik dan penyelesaian masalahnya secara kekeluargaan juga menarik Hanya saja From Cottage to Bungalow: Houses and the Working Class in Metropolitan Chicago, 1869-1929 endingnya agak maksa sih but heyit is harleuin after all Semua harus happynding 041208TITLEAUTHOR THE FRENCHMAN S BRIDE by Rebecca WintersRATING 4BGENREPUB DATE OF PGS Romance2003185 pgsSERIESSTAND ALONE Stand AloneTIMEPLACE PresentParis France CHARACTERS Hallie Linnlay nun Vincent RollandvintnerFIRST LINES Reaching for a towel Vincent Rolland stepped from the shower of his London #Hotel Suite Having Made #suite having made decision to fly to Paris after his business lunch later in the day COMMENTS Hallie Linn is only 25 but has seen much tragedy she is one of only a handful of survivors of a plane crash that nded the #lives of her husband his family her family #of her husband his family her family this she decides to devote her life to service and becomes a lay nun in preparation to taking her final vows While working in Paris she meets two young students twins Paul Moniue They are in their late teens and want to learn to speak English better the 3 uickly become fast friends Paul s friendship develops into a major crush Vincent their father who resides at the vineyards in the countryside of France is apalled at Paul s romance and wants to stop this before it goes any further Hallie of course is innocent and only sees Paul as a brother but Vincent jumps to conclusions and thinks she is after the family fortune Vincent. Hallie Linn can't fall in love with gorgeous millionaire Frenchman Vincent Rolla. The road When the family takes Paul home to their chateau Hallie comes as well hoping to help the family mend motionally During this visit Hallie and VINCENT DEVELOP FEELINGS FOR EACH OTHER develop feelings for ach other fight it due to various complicating factors such as Paul and her vocationThis book was pleasant in that for the most part characters were generally kind There was nothing steamier than some kissing not that I personally object to the steamy "stuff but sometimes a really tame romance is nice too The religious aspect was a novelty What kept it from a " but sometimes a really tame romance is nice too The religious aspect was a novelty What kept it from a rating was the fact that for me the narrative #and dialogue were constantly kind of artificial there #dialogue were constantly kind of artificial There never a moment when I lost the sense of being told a story and got sucked in it always felt like characters and not people Christian romance meets Harleuin The heroine is a lay nun who went into her vocation in the aftermath of a great and overwhelming tragedy but hasn t taken her final vows yet The hero is a wealthy French vineyard owner who starts off by assuming she is a gold digging tramp in true Harleuin fashionI give the story points for not being preachy about the religious themes that are inevitably xplored for the heroine giving one of the most dignified most From Notes to Narrative: Writing Ethnographies That Everyone Can Read effective set downs to the hero s initial misperception and for solid good writing overallIt was an okay read for me I did not feel overlymotionally connected to the characters and their plight Heroine was very Mary Sue ish and the hero was a nice beta hero Perfectly okay but it rather lacked a little bit of spice and heat that can turn a story from merely okay to truly njoyable and memorabl. O has reasons for not getting involved with Hallie but he wants her as his bride. ,


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The Frenchman's Bride