Second Thoughts

When widowed Lord Carismont interviews a charming young widow for the position of governess for his little girl, he believes he s found a suitable mother for his daughter in Kate Kingsley, who has a son herself Accepting his proposal for a marriage of convenience, Kate arrives at his castle on the English coast and learns someone or something is determined to keep themWhen widowed Lord Carismont interviews a charming young widow for the position of governess for his little girl, he believes he s found a suitable mother for his daughter in Kate Kingsley, who has a son herself Accepting his proposal for a marriage of convenience, Kate arrives at his castle on the English coast and learns someone or something is determined to keep them apart July
Second Thoughts When widowed Lord Carismont interviews a charming young widow for the position of governess for his little girl he believes he s found a suitable mother for his daughter in Kate Kingsley who has a s

  • Title: Second Thoughts
  • Author: Sandra Heath
  • ISBN: 9780451205896
  • Page: 123
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Second Thoughts”

    1. Maybe slightly better than one star but not much. Where was the Sandra Heath I so enjoyed. This was fey, unconvincing, muddled talking birds, lions, lavender fire sparks, raging tides and and not at all convincing rapport between the hero and heroine. They barely knew each other and altho in the hands of a convincing author, that can be immaterial, this book did not achieve that aim. Really not worth the time, sadly. I would create a "shelf" for first wife hanging around but since I really disl [...]

    2. A young widow seeks a position as governess to an orphaned girl - and is instead offered marriage by the girl's father. But something eerie is determined to keep this couple apart . . . I have greatly enjoyed some of Sandra Heath's books in the past but I seem to have some trouble with the ones that have magical elements. In this one a young widow agrees to a marriage of convenience to help an orphaned little girl. But from the beginning she starts to see things, namely a cuckoo determined to he [...]

    3. So, so bad. Standards are so low with these books -- very disappointing when they aren't met at all. Ridiculous magic sequences with various talking animals including a cuckoo that can't fly (!) Talking animals? Seriously? Is this written for 5 year olds? "Lavender lights" representing a woman from a lost kingdom. All I wanted was a stupid romance -- they're unbelievable enough as it is. To top it all, a hero and a heroine with zero heat between them. When they finally ended up in bed together, [...]

    4. Fun read incorporating Cornish folklore into a paranormal romance. Some of the funny stuff was a bit overdone, and the heroine took unnecessary risks with predictable disasters soon to follow, but the villain-ess was appropriately creepy and the ending was happy.

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