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Cloudy with a Chance of Marriage

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  • Posted February 1, 2012

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    great read

    Cloudy with a chance of Marriage by Kieran Kramer
    Jilly is on her own, with her bookstore on a drury street in England. One of her neighbors is a Captain and that's all he needs is the beautiful woman running the book store, just next door. Plays and balls they enjoy going to together and he enjoys lovemaking with her at the back of the store. The street needs more activity to come so the stores can thrive once again. A street fair just might be the answer.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 2, 2011

    Funny and entertaining

    I have a new favorite autgor on my list. I love books that make me laugh

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  • Posted April 23, 2011

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    a wonderful enchanting Regency romance

    In London Hodgepodge Bookshop owner Jilly Jones loves her store and even her aptly named for its weather Dreare Street. On the other hand she loathes the institution of marriage having tried that despicable union before.

    Her new neighbor, Captain Stephen Arrow is one of Regent's targeted Impossible Bachelors. He inherited a place near her shop and wants to sell it, but only a fool would buy a house on unlucky Dreare Street; besides his unwelcome family horde resides inside the abode. As an attorney arrives ready to evict the street's occupants over the lack of payments, Stephen admits to himself he enjoys baiting feisty Jilly who uses her witty arsenal to pickle his brain. He realizes he wants her with his heart and to win the misanthrope he must perform the impossible like learning the Dreare secrets wrapped inside the fog of the street.

    This intelligent Impossible Bachelors tale (see Dukes to the Left of Me, Princes to the Right) is a wonderful enchanting Regency romance starring two witty combatants at gender war and an eccentric support cast. The story line is fast-paced except for a short moment when the runaway wife's spouse arrives as he is more dreare than the street. Readers will enjoy this fun entry as humor and wit combine for a fine historical; that is not raining meatballs or pickles (See the wonderful children's tales by Judi and Ron Barrett).

    Harriet Klausner

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