Brides Lace by Violet Winspear – book cover, description, publication history. Brides Lace. Front Cover. Violet Winspear. Harlequin Enterprises, Limited, – Fiction – pages Bibliographic information. QR code for Brides Lace. Buy a cheap copy of Bride’s Lace book by Violet Winspear. Forced to marry the one man she hated! Two years ago, Paris Apollonaris had taken Bliss’s ancestral .
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Thanks for telling us about the problem. Return to Book Page. Preview — Bride’s Lace by Violet Winspear. Bride’s Lace by Violet Winspear. Forced to marry the one man she hated! Two years ago, Paris Apollonaris had taken Bliss’s ancestral home, Cathlamet, when her father couldn’t pay his gambling debts. Paris had proposed to winepear then, either to soothe his guilty conscience or because he wanted Bliss’s family connections-she’d been too proud to submit, whatever his motives may have been.
Now her foolish brother Forced to marry the one man she hated! Now her foolish brother had been caught embezzling from Paris’s casino, where he worked.
It was Paris’s trump card–and he played it well. PaperbackHarlequin Presentspages. Published October by Harlequin Books first published January To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. To ask other readers questions about Bride’s Laceplease sign up. Lists with This Book. Feb 26, Naksed rated it it was ok Shelves: This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.
To view it, click here. Definitely not one of VW’s best imho. A color by number marriage of convenience to save the heroine’s criminal brother plot.
Hero whisks heroine away to his remote Greek island, where he subdues the spitting, rebellious heroine through the power of his magical The potential OW is the maid who I actually have to give credit to for not being lazy in her scheme.
She doesn’t bother with Great, Big, Terrible Misunderstandings, no, it’s straight up assassination attempt Definitely not one of VW’s best imho. She doesn’t bother with Great, Big, Terrible Misunderstandings, no, it’s straight up assassination attempts with her.
The scene where the heroine stands there dumbfounded while her maid blows her cigarette smoke straight into her face was loltastic. Good news is that the OW actually gets carted off by the police. Usually, especially in VW’stories, the would-be murderers get off scot-free, fade into the mist, or actually are promoted!
Bad news is that this story was very ordinary by HPlandia standards and the heroine way too annoying to root for. View all 4 comments.
Sep 09, Leona rated it it was ok Shelves: I’m going with an okay rating on this one. I am finding it very hard to like the heroines this author writes. They seem to be self-absorbed individuals that warrant no empathy or sympathy from me. May 03, Rachel rated it it was ok Shelves: Here’s what you need wknspear know about Violet Winspear books: She is a simpering brainless, confidentless archetype pigeon holed into thinking that being a trophy slave to the “hero” is her only option.
Today you can much better dirty little guilty pleasures. Apr 14, Roub rated it it was ok. Bliss was very immature and childish, while Paris seemed like a cradle snatcher more than anything! Dec 07, Su rated it it was ok. Nothing much happens in this book if any thing; starting from the names of h and H Bliss and Paris! Or quality of her writing wildly bides from one book to other.
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Violet Winspear was born on 28 April in London, England.
Inshe became a full-time writer. She viole from her home in brids south-east England, that she never left, but she meticulously researched her far-flung settings at the winzpear library. She never wjnspear, and had no children, but s Violet Winspear was born on 28 April in London, England. She never married, and had no children, but she inspired her nephew Jonathan to write.
Violet died at January after a long battle with cancer. Oh and they’ve got to be rich and then I make it that they’re only cynical and smooth on the surface. But underneath they’re well, you know, sort of lost and lonely. In need of love but, when roused, capable of breathtaking passion and potency. Most of my heroes, well all of them really, are like that. They frighten but fascinate. They must be the sort of men who are capable of rape: Interestingly, she railed against the work of authors such as Harold Robbins.
Winspear’s forte was creating and sustaining sexual tension between her characters while building fantastic worlds. Books by Violet Winspear. Trivia About Bride’s Lace.
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