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The Irish Earl Rich and beautiful Lady Felicity Winterbourne has traveled the world Now all she wants is a home of her own And while there are many gentlemen eager to oblige her she knows that they care for her la

  • Title: The Irish Earl
  • Author: Patricia Bray
  • ISBN: 9780821765364
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Irish Earl By Patricia Bray, Rich and beautiful, Lady Felicity Winterbourne has traveled the world Now all she wants is a home of her own And while there are many gentlemen eager to oblige her, she knows that they care for her lavish dowry than they do for her Then she meets Gerald FitzDesmond, Earl of Kilgaran, whose tales of his ramshackle Irish estate seize her imagination Abandoning decorRich and beautiful, Lady Felicity Winterbourne has traveled the world Now all she wants is a home of her own And while there are many gentlemen eager to oblige her, she knows that they care for her lavish dowry than they do for her Then she meets Gerald FitzDesmond, Earl of Kilgaran, whose tales of his ramshackle Irish estate seize her imagination Abandoning decorum, Felicity proposes a marriage of convenience provided that she holds the purse strings Gerald s dark looks and roguish charm, however, soon complicate her most practical action with the dizziest of desires

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    1 thought on “The Irish Earl

    1. This was so bad on so many levels I was hard pressed to do then skim it The hero was an ass and the heroine was not appealing, The book had no humor, no character development, and a s plot I vaguely remember reading it a long time ago, I must have been drunk to give it 5 stars.

    2. I stopped reading at page 148 and skimmed through the remaining pages.I just could not bring myself to read any because the idiotic hero is intolerable.He is thick, The heroine is thick for loving him, and the author is thick for writing such rubbish.

    3. In truth, I enjoyed this book not for the plot per say but for the historical information on Ireland outside of Dublin The story itself was simply a tug of war between the hero and heroine The characters are well developed.

    4. This would have been a great outline for a book a novel, it just didn t have the detail, depth and character development that I would have liked The premise was great

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