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    EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess I somehow managed not to post this here when I originally wrote it in April 2017Being a fan of friends to lovers stories The Wallflower Duchess sounded as though it would be right up my alley; a fairly simple story about two long time friend

  2. says: Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Liz Tyner î 7 Summary

    Free read The Wallflower Duchess Liz Tyner î 7 Summary Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner I was very disappointed in this story At a few moments I even wanted to stop reading

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    Liz Tyner î 7 Summary EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Not sure I can read a Regency era book where the hero goes by the name Edge How about we let our historical characters be historical; not vampire gun gangster navy SEAL types

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    Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner Liz Tyner î 7 Summary Free read The Wallflower Duchess I was excited to read this book it sounded like a promising romance novel The book as a whole was alright but it was very predictable

  5. says: EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner Liz Tyner î 7 Summary

    Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner Liz Tyner î 7 Summary Free read The Wallflower Duchess i don't read romance novels as much as i use to but when i see a synopsis of a good romance book i'm willing to dive in alas this story had the outline to be a real page turner but didn't turn out that way The story centers around lily and edge childhood friends Edge is suppose to marry Lily's sister Abigail but instead he wants to marry Lily

  6. says: Liz Tyner î 7 Summary EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess

    EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner took a bit of patienceThe author's writing style took awhile to get use to At first it felt stilted and repetitive However it also had some wonderful romantic passages The Hero is a Duke who has been brought up to believe he must be perfect The heroine has been a neighbor and childhood friend They both have imperfect families which they need to come to terms with

  7. says: Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess

    EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Free read The Wallflower Duchess Pretty good There are again plot points that I wish could be explored in detailbut it’s a situation where the author has so much space with the monthly romances Then again a book often is just a snippet of lifeso I guess

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    Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Liz Tyner î 7 Summary 35 This was an interesting read for me I enjoyed Lily's character her strength wit and dedication One of my favorite type of plots is where the hero and heroine have been friends for a long time and fall in love so that drew me in I especially liked reading the flashbacks from when they were children Although at times I got frustrated with some of the things that kept holding Lily back This novel makes me curious to read the previous the

  9. says: EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Liz Tyner î 7 Summary

    EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner Free read The Wallflower Duchess I have read a book by this author before It was part of a four book series by four different authors I did like it but had to re read it to really get the most out of it I have to say the same about this story The two main

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    EBOOK The Wallflower Duchess Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner I thought the plot was interesting however it just did not deliver It was too slow It lacked chemistry between the two main characters Unfortunately it missed its mark

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Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner Liz Tyner î 7 Summary Free read The Wallflower Duchess No other woman will do for the determined duke To Lily Hightower Edge is still the adventurous boy she grew up with even though he's now become the formidable Duke o. I somehow managed not to post this here when I originally wrote it in April 2017Being a fan of friends to lovers stories The Wallflower Duchess sounded as though it would be right up my alley a fairly simple story about two long time friends and neighbours starting to see each other in a new light and falling in love That is in essence exactly what it is but I was less than enthralled by the execution the writing is uite disjointed in places and the central characters are barely two dimensional Neither of them made much of an impression on me making it impossible for me to really get invested in their rather lukewarm romanceEver since he was old enough to understand Lord Lionel heir to the Duke of Edgeworth knew what it meant to be a duke He has been raised to be mindful of his responsibilities for those who depend on him to display impeccable manners and good breeding at all times in short to be perfect But after he became the duke he began to realise that perhaps his father s insistence on perfection had removed him too far from the people in his charge Unfortunately however an accident when he ventured to move among his tenants to see what their lives were like led to Edgeworth Edge to his intimates of which there are not many being so badly burned on his legs that at one point his life was in jeopardy Upon his recovery he discovers that the accident and another recent life threatening incident in which he was thrown from his horse has somewhat altered his perspective on life He knows that his father had always intended him to marry Miss Abigail Hightower the younger daughter of their life long neighbours but secretly had always preferred the elder daughter Lily with whom he had sometimes played when they were children Two brushes with death mean that Edge isn t going to put off asking for her hand any longer and he does so in full confidence of his being acceptedBut Lily isn t going to fall into his arms so readily First of all she had no idea that Edge had any interest in her given that she believed he was destined for her sister and second of all she doesn t want to be married to as high profile a figure as a duke Lily has her own reasons for wanting to blend into the background and live a uiet life not least of which is her belief that she is illegitimate and her parents disastrous marriage which often led to scenes of high drama and histrionics on the part of her highly strung mother has most definitely given her a distaste for the institution which she insists is not for herEdge is not particularly upset by her refusal and calmly goes about the business of changing her mind his first step being to prove that the man she calls father really IS her father and that her illegitimacy was a cruel taunt made by her mother when her parents were in the midst of a particularly vitriolic row Lily finds it difficult to believe the truth and is naturally hurt at the discovery that even her own father hadn t bothered to disabuse her of her belief that she was the daughter of the local blacksmith With this barrier to her acceptance of Edge removed Lily does start to soften her attitude towards him and to allow herself to acknowledge the truth which is that she is deeply attracted to him and always has been His gentle persuasion gradually erodes her resistance to his suit and she agrees to marry him even though she is still keeping one rather large and important secret from him Unfortunately the uncovering of one secret leads to the uncovering of others one of which is like a slap in the face for Edge who had never envisaged that the woman he has loved for so long could effect such a betrayalWhat should have been a fairly simple hero in pursuit story of two childhood friends realising they belong together is sadly marred by the fact that the book is overly busy Lily comes from a difficult family her parents were forever arguing and when her mother eventually left it was relief Lily felt rather than pain Believing herself to be outside the family because she thought she was not her father s child Lily assumed the role of guardian to her younger sister and tried to protect her from the emotional fallout and the gossip while she decided that becoming emotionally involved with anyone would only lead to misery And while Edge s early life was settled than Lily s he also had to adjust to the fact that his family wasn t as perfect as he had believed it to be and now has to face up to what he now regards as a serious mistake in the way he dealt with the effect of the revelations that split his family apart The biggest problem with the book however is that the two central characters are very poorly defined in spite of all their emotional baggage Lily is a mass of insecurities who just seems to want to hide away all the time and Edge while clearly the product of enormous privilege is fairly bland There is almost zero chemistry between them in fact the first sex scene of two and they re both little than a paragraph really happens pretty much out of the blue in the sense that there is no emotional build up to it at all and no discussion of possible conseuences or even why they are going to bed togetherI also didn t find the writing style to be especially engaging at the beginning of the book in particular it s choppy in the way the author jumps from scene to scene without really telling me what was happening so I felt rather adrift for the first few chapters Things are hinted at and alluded to but not in a way that enabled me to get a firm grasp on either events or characters The second half works better and for all that Edge s character is underdeveloped I discovered him to be uite sweet in an awkward kind of way while Lily s insistence on believing she was like her mother was patently ridiculous and got very annoying very uicklyLily and Edge both had the potential to be interesting and attractive but lacked depth and were instead pretty much one note characters I didn t really warm to The number of plot elements introduced made the book perhaps a little too busy and this together with the lack of romantic chemistry and weak characterisation made The Wallflower Duchess a bit of a disappointment overall

Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz TynerThe Wallflower Duchess

Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner Liz Tyner î 7 Summary Free read The Wallflower Duchess E duke's true choice She's hiding a secret that if he found out could threaten everything But Lily is the duchess of his dreams and Edge is determined to make her hi. Pretty good There are again plot points that I wish could be explored in detailbut it s a situation where the author has so much space with the monthly romances Then again a book often is just a snippet of lifeso I guess makes sense I speak mostly of the apparent illness of either Alzheimer s or some dementia Regency period and illness being what it was there may not have been a point on dwelling I also can t figure if the mother of our heroine has mania So far there has been some type of serious illness threat of death from accidents or some type of health issue in the 3 books I have read by this author It is interesting to note This book is a nice romance and while it does have a sex scenenot terribly grafic

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Free read ò eBook, PDF or Kindle ePUB î Liz Tyner Liz Tyner î 7 Summary Free read The Wallflower Duchess F Edgeworth So when he doesn't propose to her sister as everyone expects shy Lily marches right up to him to ask whyWallflower Lily is amazed to learn that she is th. i don t read romance novels as much as i use to but when i see a synopsis of a good romance book i m willing to dive in alas this story had the outline to be a real page turner but didn t turn out that way The story centers around lily and edge childhood friends Edge is suppose to marry Lily s sister Abigail but instead he wants to marry Lily Lily is shocked when she learns this and then we spend the next 50% of the book having Edge try to convince Lily that she is worthy of being a duchess we also spend that 50% having to piece together Lily s uestionable paternal background What bothered me about this was it seemed like this was all consuming for Lily but why was it just now that she decided to figure it out Then we get this really wacky back story of how Lily s mother and father have this lovehate relationship that sours Lily towards the institute of marriage yet we never really know what is Lily s mother s background how did she spin into her father s realm and the other big gap I couldn t understand is if Lily s mother was of a higher class background why did she start hanging out with the blacksmith Wouldn t they have been of different classes I will say this author definitely has potential she can write a good dialog the interaction between Edge and Lily was good but there was just to much of it we spend most of the book just having conversations between the two characters There needed to be meat and potatoes to the story the girls going to big society balls shopping afternoon teas the Duke doing other things besides just mooning over Lily maybe going to Whites doing business suprising Lily at a dance when she is being flirted on by another man Would only recommend for time passing on a plane or train perhaps

  • Kindle Edition
  • 288
  • The Wallflower Duchess
  • Liz Tyner
  • English
  • 11 March 2019
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