Passion's Song

Passion s Song American orphan Isobel Rowland learns she is the illegitimate daughter of an English aristocrat only when her father at last locates her and brings her to England Her father intends to find her a husb

  • Title: Passion's Song
  • Author: Carolyn Jewel
  • ISBN: 9780312913021
  • Page: 129
  • Format: Unknown Binding
  • American orphan Isobel Rowland learns she is the illegitimate daughter of an English aristocrat only when her father at last locates her and brings her to England Her father intends to find her a husband, and if she can catch the interest of Alexander, Marquess of Hartforde, all the better She hopes to continue her musical studies but finds it impossible unless she masquAmerican orphan Isobel Rowland learns she is the illegitimate daughter of an English aristocrat only when her father at last locates her and brings her to England Her father intends to find her a husband, and if she can catch the interest of Alexander, Marquess of Hartforde, all the better She hopes to continue her musical studies but finds it impossible unless she masquerades as a young gentleman Alexander s interest in remarriage is close to nil, though he finds Miss Rowland intriguing He is than happy to act as patron to a promising American musician, Ian Rowland When Alexander discovers that Ian and Isobel are the same person, their lives collide and before long, they have no choice but to marry and attempt to make a life together.

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      Published :2019-08-07T23:58:04+00:00

    2 thoughts on “Passion's Song

    1. Carolyn Jewel was born on a moonless night That darkness was seared into her soul and she became an award winning and USA Today bestselling author of historical and paranormal romance She has a very dusty car and a Master s degree in English that proves useful at the oddest times An avid fan of fine chocolate, finer heroines, Bollywood films, and heroism in all forms, she has two cats and a dog Also a son One of the cats is his.

    2. Setting: Boston & England, Georgian periodThis is Carolyn Jewel's first published work and it's very uneven as might be expected from a first novel. Up to about Page 200, I actually liked the story (it was wavering between a 3-4 Star), then the hero crossed over from being douchey to outright cad and the narrative really went off the rails, and it became a big ole mess. It starts in 1775 on the hero's wedding day to his first wife. He is quite infatuated with her while his wife delights in r [...]

    3. What a horrible book! There was no hero to this story, which greatly disappointed me. The supposed hero, Alexander, is a complete cad! The book had a good premise, but it fell apart when the heroine gets to England (so basically the first few chapters).Besides it being weird that Alexander was getting married to his first wife when Isobel was all of 5-6, I think it stupid that he married his first wife Sarah without knowing her true character. There wasn't even an explanation as to how she died. [...]

    4. I stopped reading it because it is choppy and disjointed. Will try to read it in the future if I have nothing better to do.

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