[Reading] ➮ Born To Love ➶ Valerie Sherwood – Anguillais.us

Born To LoveShe Was The Beauty Reckless Dorinda Meredith, Heiress To The Wind He Was The Blade Dark, Debonair, Most Dangerous Of Highwaymen To Rove The Colonial Highroads.A World Of Intrigue And Danger Stood Between Them, But They Were Star Crossed Lovers Born To Meet, Born To Clash, And Born To Love

[Reading] ➮ Born To Love ➶ Valerie Sherwood – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 576 pages
  • Born To Love
  • Valerie Sherwood
  • English
  • 24 April 2017
  • 9780446300674

    10 thoughts on “[Reading] ➮ Born To Love ➶ Valerie Sherwood – Anguillais.us


  1. says:

    Romance novelist Valerie Sherwood would always lovingly dedicate her books to the special cats in her life in Born to Love it was Mopsy and Chow She was slightly cat crazy So in honor of Ms Sherwood, and from one crazy cat lady to another, I would like to dedicate my review of Born to Love to one of my cats To Bear, that sweet, gentle soul, a little black furred, black nosed, green eyed wonder Bear, you came into my life at 19, when your mother, a feral queen, bore her kittens in the warehouse of the office that I worked I took you home at four weeks old and because you had not been weaned, I had to feed you milk and mush Every night before I d fall asleep, you d suck at my earlobe as you would have at your mother s teat Even when you grew, you still held on to this adorable kittenish trait Sadly Bear, you were in my life for just over a year I went back to college and my landlady would not allow cats so you stayed home with my mother and siblings Perhaps life there without me was not what you desired, because you ran away I never saw you again and I cried many tears of loss But I have never forgotten you To you Bear, this review is dedicated. Now that...


  2. says:

    Quieres leer cuatro historias de amor que te dan ganas de vivir en Inglaterra de 1700 Este es tu libro.Como rom ntica sin remedio este libro fue el para so, al tratarse de cuatro historias diferentes pero a su vez conectadas me hizo amar m s el libro.La trama es la vida de cuatro mujeres, todas de nombre Dorinda.En la vida de cada Dorinda existe ese hombre perfecto que todas so amos, cada uno a su manera, con sus pros y sus contras pero mientras lees envidias la vida de Dorinda.La lectura en si es bastante ligera y las 300 p ginas se pasan volando Por lo general lo leer a en uno o dos d as, pero estoy implementando no leer todo un libro en un d a as no me pierdo detalles.Lo que no me gusto mucho fue el ep logo, ya que me pareci innecesario y fueron las 5 p ginas m s cursis que le Tranquilamente se podr an haber ahorrado el ep logo y el libro ser a perfecto Y de pronto se encontr entre los brazos de l Sus labios oprim an c lidamente los de ella, el brazo de...


  3. says:

    I really enjoyed this book, which follows four generations of women, in the late 17th century It was like four novels in one, and each heroine was a unique character Much as I admired the first Dorinda, a London chambermaid with a heart condition who marries an earl,I must say I found her rival Lady Polly to be equally fascinating Polly is one of those bitches you love to hate, until she crosses some lines the second Dorinda is a stronger character, there s even a little cathy and heathcliff vibe with her wrong side of the tracks lover Rory, who also happens to be Lady Polly s son Rory I felt was the most tragic character in the book Surviving an abusive childhood to get tangled up with the ill fated Monmouth rebellion in an effort to get his lands back, and unfortunately getting Dorinda caught up in it too The only dissappointment of the book was the story of the third Dorinda, who is a wild child of the London streets She would have been the baddest Dorinda, except Sherwood never develops her character The reader finds out what happens to Dorinda from her daughter, the fourth Dorinda who is a bound girl in the Virginia co...


  4. says:

    A bit of a guilty pleasure but I recently picked this book up again after reading it quite a few years ago the cover is a little cheesy but it s actually a wonderful read full of historical detail and dialogue and interesting characters and excellent romance It s a book of four parts that details the lives of four generations of women all named Dorinda The first is a poor servant girl who rescues a wealthy count during the Great Fire in London the two fall in love,wed and have a daughter Rinda Countess Rinda has a fiery spirit and falls in love and has a daught...


  5. says:

    One of my first romance reads I ve read this book at least three or four times and I now own it so I can read it over again whenever I want.


  6. says:

    PB B 1984, 9 85 romance.

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