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Romancing the Countess (Signet Eclipse) (edition 2011)

by Ashley March (Author)

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Title:Romancing the Countess (Signet Eclipse)
Authors:Ashley March (Author)
Info:Berkley (2011), Edition: Original, 320 pages
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Romancing the Countess (Signet Eclipse) by Ashley March



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Eh. Boring really. A lot of tell not show. The characters never really connect and there's no growth from disliking each other to loving each other. Very weird for a romance. ( )
  lesmel | Oct 2, 2013 |
Emotionally explosive, the premise for this story is handled beautifully. I don't know if I've ever read a romance so steeped in grief and sadness, though March certainly doesn't allow those themes to overpower the sensual and romantic threads of the story. Heart-wrenching without devolving into melodrama, ROMANCING THE COUNTESS is the best kind of sentimental read. ( )
  Capnrandm | Apr 15, 2013 |
Yep, it's one of those novels with the headstrong female lead with a dark and handsome gentleman that comes along to try to control her--then decides he doesn't want to control her after all.

It was pretty good despite the cliche, both Sebastian and Leah are likable, the writing is good, the sex scenes are steamy--all the ingredients for a good historical romance. ( )
  bacillicide | Feb 3, 2012 |
Great and different romance. Not a typical storyline. I simply loved it!

http://ktleyed.blogspot.com/2011/11/romancing-countess-by-ashley-march.html ( )
  ktleyed | Nov 2, 2011 |
Leah George was always the proper daughter and wife. She tried to make everyone happy that is until she saw her husband being unfaithful. Again, she does what a proper woman does, sucks it up and pretends all is right in their marriage until the day he dies. Leah feels relief and free at the same time. Now she can do what she wants to do and say what she wants something she is not used to.

Sebastian just lost is wife in a carriage accident while grieving realizes she took his best friend for her lover. Heartbroken over losing her and now finding out she was unfaithful he was in morning.

Sebastian and Leah have known each other for a long time. They can relate to each other as both spouses have cheated on them. As they grow towards loving each other it was remarkable to see how they grew into a real lasting relationship. They do have their ups and down like we all do.

Ashley has done a great job with this book. I have not read her fist one "Seducing the Duchess" , but I have it down to read. This is an author worth looking into. ( )
  BarbsReviews | Oct 17, 2011 |
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Leah George carried the painful knowledge of her husband's affair for almost a year. After his death, all she wants is to enjoy her independence and make a new life for herself-even if that means being ostracized by the society whose rules she'd been raised to obey. But her husband's best friend is intent on silencing the scandal, even if it means enticing the improper widow into becoming a proper wife once more.

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