Dearly Beloved (Signet Regency Romance) [Mary Jo Putney] on * FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. On a course toward revenge, Diana. If you’re Mary Jo Putney and you’re writing “Dearly Beloved,” there’s no such thing as too many. I have lost my patience with this book. It’s like. Dearly Beloved By Mary Jo Putney – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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Will definitely read more of M J Putney!! What the hell woman?? That being said, I don’t desrly what to do maey this book. She chose Scotland as her destination, hoping her sister would take her in, but her very righteous sister wants nothing to do with her. Perhaps my hopes were too high, but it wasn’t as great as I thought it would be. You see we do not grow up in a vacuum The real trouble for me in the book was with Diana.
Thanks for telling ddarly about the problem. This was my first buddy read ever and no surprise that it was with Zoe celebratory cheers-hopefully many more to come.
Lastly, we look at his lack of sobriety and command of his mental faculties At this point, I do not know who I despised more. The spy aspect of the story was bloved lame, and the bad guy was just a 1-dimensional caricature of a really eeeevilllll villain.
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The prose was too flowery for my liking, the vilain rather lame And Diana, the anti-heroine, putjey a peach herself either.
I realize, that is like saying ‘other than that, Mrs Lincoln, how did you enjoy the play? Why did you write this story? From that point on, I just could not relate to her or understand her. He won’t trust her. Putney is able to discuss topics that in other hands would be prurient or clumsy.
From Geoffrey, Diana’s young son who suffers from epileptic “fits” – to Madeline, the reformed courtesan who cautions Diana that “a courtesan must never fall in love with her protector” – and Edith, the quiet Yorkshire woman who has been a part of Diana’s life for years.
I don’t like the story. And I was hoping, even though I didn’t know how one is ever to make peace with such a story, that Putney could make it work. Gervase, the anti-hero, was a very hard character to like.
The woman it turns out is a famous courtesan from London coming home due to a terminal health condition. Mar 02, Susan rated it liked uo Shelves: One or her worst efforts. You picked some mega heavyweight elements for this story, and if anyone could make it work, it would be you.
Based on the quality of her writing, I will definitely try another. She told Gervase that his self-imposed punishment was for himself.
I like that her characters are more stoic than others. Gervase was pissed off.
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Amazon Music Stream millions bepoved songs. When the realization hit that a computer was the ultimate writing tool, she charged merrily into her first book with an ignorance that illustrates the adage that fools rush in where angels fear to tread.
I read this once years ago. Mry reading reviews, I realized I had forgotten the details and decided to read again.
At this point I was appalled about the fact that I did not stop reading this book right away. On her night out she met Gervase. Her books are smart and she’s not afraid of writing about problematic and controversial issues. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. As he is legally married, he can never emotionally commit to a woman, and chooses expensive and undemanding mistresses who satisfy his lusty nature.
So we get past that and we reach the culmination of the story. How could it happened?