AN UNACCEPTABLE OFFER BY MARY BALOGH PDF

An Unacceptable Offer By Mary Balogh – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Mary Balogh has won seven Waldenbook Awards and a B. Dalton Award for her bestselling romances, as well as a Romantic Times Lifetime Achievement. Buy a cheap copy of An Unacceptable Offer book by Mary Balogh. Although the most dashing bachelor in London, Viscount Fairfax, overlooks her exquisitely.

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Jane’s wonderful speech to him, setting him straight on the fact that she is that something more, wakes him up, and he starts looking at her differently.

Sedge also has a nice secondary story with Jane’s cousin, Honor, who likes to pretend to be a pretty airhead because she thinks that’s what men want, and only allows herself to be who she is around Sedge. Jane’s behaviour made perfect sense to me. Return to Book Page. It was nice to see him come around towards the end of the book.

Michael Templeton, Viscount Fairfax is looking for a second wife. Feb 02, Megzy rated it really liked it Shelves: The romance here is more serious that balances the mischief and sets the solemn tone of the novel and it is it’s own charm too. This time, Michael proposes marriage to the surprised Jane telling her he does not want to marry for love, but wants to marry her because she shares his interests.

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Newer Post Older Post Home. Primarily and always she was Jane, a unique and very real person.

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An Unacceptable Offer by Mary Balogh

My second Balogh novel. He comes across as quite a sourpuss there. Her cousin, on the other lffer, is taking the Season by storm. And I found this an interesting point.

An Unacceptable Offer

Like H starting his ruminations with “I’m acting like this or feeling that because of my tragic first marriage Nov 06, Julz rated it liked it Shelves: The H is quite attracted to her and flirts nonstop with her but soon realises that she would not do as wife and mother and so the h.

Michael Templeton, Viscount Fairfax, the handsomest lord in the realm and the catch of the London marriage mart, was actually proposing to her and not to her exquisitely beautiful cousin Honor Jamieson. Mary Balogh writes about life and growth and learning from life’s experiences. Jane could believe her own unacceptqble even less as despite the fact Jane madly loved him, she heard herself say “No” Save on shipping with additional purchases He did feel like a fool.

An Unacceptable Offer by Balogh, Mary

A wonderful story, wonderful characters and the typical happily ever after ending. Aug 08, Janet rated it liked it.

This is the reason why I consider Mary Balogh as such an amazing writer. Nothing is ever aj simple as back covers lead you to believe, unfortunately, so expect a bit more twist.

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A classic Mary Balogh…. But in the second half, it became a lot more sexual and predictable.

The angst is low level but ever pervasive. The first half of the novel was compelling and interesting, but the second half just lost it for me. Cassy Falbo rated it liked it May 24, Yet the proposal is unaccceptable that she feels compelled to say no. Trivia About An Unacceptable O Balogh does bring the story to a very satisfactory conclusion, but boy, it does get touch and go there in the middle!

Jul 24, Ceki rated it it was ok Shelves: The funny thing is that, for all unaccptable I loved this book, in Jane’s place, I would definitely have chosen Joseph’s offer over Michael’s. When she’s not writing, she enjoys reading, music and knitting.

Jan 15, Suzanne rated it it was amazing. Was not expecting the twist, and the second half of the book is utterly delightful and splendid! I guess it would be better bj all the infodumping that author has been doing.