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Wicked Wedding of Miss Ellie Vyne

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Most Helpful Favorable Review

18 out of 26 people found this review helpful.

This review was first posted at Reading Between the Wines!





This review was first posted at Reading Between the Wines!

I have two words for this book. Utterly delightful. Seriously, I adored not only our heroine, but our hero too. Let me just tell you Ellie Vyne if a mess. She can't seem to walk across the front yard withou...




This review was first posted at Reading Between the Wines!

I have two words for this book. Utterly delightful. Seriously, I adored not only our heroine, but our hero too. Let me just tell you Ellie Vyne if a mess. She can't seem to walk across the front yard without dirtying her person or her dress. She might be described as plain, but our girl has a sharp mind. *woot woot* Lets hear it for female protagonists with brain cells! She puts them to good use too. On occasion she masquerades as the dashing Count de Bonneville to fleece the good gentlemen of the society out of their money. Is she doing this because she's greedy? No. She's using her wits to make money on the sly to pay for her sister's two seasons of debut in society to meet husbands, then to help take care of her stepfather and the house that he loves which is falling apart around him. So what's Ellie's problem? The rakish James Hartley who has a way of rubbing her the wrong way.


James Hartley is being pressured to settle down with a wife from his grand-mama. He's also being chased by all of the women who want to use him for his bed sports. The thing is, this predicament is all his own fault. However, no one seems to notice that he's trying to change. He wants to settle down, and he wants the mysterious woman dressed as Marie Antoinette he met in a garden at a party where he was thoroughly pickled. Of course, while searching for his mysterious Marie he has to chase down that dastardly Count de Bonneville who has possession of some diamonds that belong to his family, from whom he received from one of James' former bed mates in payment for her gambling debts. Instead of finding the Count when he tracks his movements down to an inn, he finds the disastrous Miss Vyne.

I'm picky about my historicals, but this book was so cute, had an awesome sense of humor, and delightful characters that made it a total pick me up for the past two days. I'd say Jayne Fresina's book is highly recommended and give it a four and half wine glass toast of brandy in salute. Please note, it deserves brandy because Miss Vyne loves it so.

posted by booksrapassion on January 3, 2013

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Most Helpful Critical Review

13 out of 13 people found this review helpful.

Could have been beter.

Interesting premise, likeable heroine, and enjoyable set-up. But, I lost interest as the story progressed. The story seemed to run out of steam, but the author kept writing.

posted by 17207179 on February 7, 2013

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2014

    Plot spoilers

    Plot spoilers ruin the book. Just a few lines is all thats needed to leave a review. You do not have to rewrite the book.

    8 out of 40 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted March 15, 2014

    I don't even look forward to free Fridays anymore since it's bec

    I don't even look forward to free Fridays anymore since it's become nothing but silly romance novels.

    3 out of 17 people found this review helpful.

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    Posted July 11, 2014

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