Tuesday, November 29, 2011

Liberty for Paul by Rose Gordon

Liberty Banks loves revenge almost as much as she hates one Mister Paul Grimes, who, she considers to be the most improper creature she has ever clapped eyes upon. But when her plans for revenge against Paul go bust, she suddenly finds herself walking down the aisle to him.

Once married, a battle of the wills breaks out as each tries to reform the other. Liberty wants nothing more than to have a proper husband. Much to Liberty’s dismay, Paul will stop at nothing to have is all too proper wife do something--anything--to break the rules of society, specifically do the most improper thing which is to fall in love with the most improper man: her own husband.

Tifferz Take-
I absolutely can't take my eyes of this cover. I think it is so pretty! I can't wait to see the next one. It seems like each cover gets better than the last. Okay on with the review. I have a lot of respect for Liberty and all her reasons for being proper. But I enjoyed watching her cut loose. This is a fun story and had me hooked from the beginning. The answers I was looking for from book 1 were answered and it was great catching up with Brooke and Andrew from book 1. I like the Banks family the more I read about them. I enjoyed seeing Paul stoke Liberty's temper! Oh the things they do to each other! One my favorite part of the book was when Liberty's mom and sister Brooke explain what to expect from her wedding night. I was cracking up laughing.This book has a detailed description of the consummation of the marriage. This is easy to skip if you don't care for it.
This was an arc.
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you can find Rose Gordon at the links below:
website: www.rosegordon.net
blog: http://rosesromanceramblings.wordpress.com
Twitter handle: @Rose_Gordon1
Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/pages/Rose-Gordon-historical-romance-author/178033968907233
Goodreads: http://www.goodreads.com/author/show/4586227.Rose_Gordon

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