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Wed Him Before You Bed Him (School for Heiresses Series #6)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted November 11, 2010

    It gets better further into the story

    I almost put this book down three different times. The first half of the story just drags along and then finally the story gets better. For that reason I gave this only 3 stars. This is the fourth Sabrina Jeffries book I've read and the other three were great. Had this been my first SB book I never would have purchased another of her books.

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  • Posted January 29, 2010

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    Writing six books in a series is a daunting challenge to maintain freshness of characters and originality of plot. Number 6 doesn't hold up.

    Headmistress MRS. CHARLOTTE HARRIS, now in her late 30's is in danger of losing her School for Heiresses. She also hasn't heard from her Cousin Michael for weeks now. Suddenly back into her life comes widower DAVID MASTERS, LORD KIRKWOOD a man she shamed and brought scandal down on when she was 18. (to excuse Charlotte, her brutal manipulative father was such a poor role model that she suspected all males of the worst motives). The reader knows that David created Michael to string Charlotte along and eventually ruin her. But over years of correspondence, his thirst for revenge fell away. David has had two terrible marriages, the last to Sarah, graduate of the school. Charlotte's marriage to Mr. Harris was undertaken to avoid her shame of what she had done - (her published letter ruined David's life for many years, quite despicable!) Anyway, David hopes to save the school with the fiction that the malicious Sarah left money for the school in her will. To spice things up Sarah's suicide is murder and David is a strong suspect. The old embers of their desire for each other burst into flame, and although Charlotte teaches wedding before bedding, she doesn't practice what she preaches when it comes to David. In the throes of the murder charge and the kidnapping of Charlotte, David finally divests himself of all his baggage and all ends well - with an heir on the way.

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