Betrothedto the wrong man!Building a life away from her bullying family, schoolmistress Helen Tilney now needs to convince her childhood sweetheart she's a worthy bride. Standing in her way is Lord Hunterthe man Nell has just discovered she's betrothed to! Hunter's offer of marriage to Nell came out of guilt, and now seems less than appealing! So when she asks for his help to win another man, he agrees. Until their lessons in flirtation inspire a raging desire that has Hunter longing to keep Nell for himself Book 1 in the Wild Lords and Innocent Ladies trilogy...
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Lord Hunter's Cinderella Heiress (Wild Lords and Innocent Ladies #1) Reviews
LORD HUNTER’S CINDERELLA HEIRESS is everything I love about historical romance and why I read historical romance!
Nell Tilney has finally reached the age of majority, she can claim her inheritance, and be rid once and for all of her weak father and her harpy of an aunt, Just arrived in London from school in Keswick, Nell finds the Tilney home deserted, but she remembers that Lord Hunter lives nearby, and late in the evening, Hunter is shocked to see Nell at his door. Nell and Hunter had met once ...more
This is my first book by Lara Temple. I 'met' her in a Facebook group where I also met most of the authors that have Historical Romance books that I have been reading and have on my TBR for 2018. That been said, I have exchange some comments with her and she's such a nice lady that I had to read at least one of her books this month. I could wait, and I'm not disappointed.
I’m still getting to know her style of writing, but I quite liked her book and the way she tells the story and how the storyli ...more
I just finished a sneak read of Lara Temple's latest, Lord Hunter's Cinderella Heiress.
Although I loved the romance the undercurrent was far more powerful. Hunter's struggle felt real. All I wanted to do was hug him, but I doubt that would've helped him.
Ms. Temple has managed to write a story that speaks of love and loss and she’s done it superbly.
When you read this book, please make sure to read the Author's note at the beginning before reading the story.
Without doubt, another winner.
Lord Hunter's Cinderella Heiress is book 1 in the Wild Lords and Innocent Ladies trilogy by Lara Temple.
Helen Tilney is 17 when this book starts, she has been treated worse than a dog by her aunt and her father since her mother died. Thankfully she only has to deal with her family when she comes home from school on holidays. But even that short amount of time turns her into a mess. All she can do is hope she survives til her 21st birthday when she will inherit money and a home, a time when she ...more
fab book I really enjoyed it the chemistry was good and I loved the characters the author sure did a great job.
Leicestershire - 1816
Miss Helen (Nell) Tilney, age 17, is an expert at horses. Her father breeds and trains them. Much of the year, Nell is at school and then comes to live with her drunken father, Sir Henry, and her hateful, vindictive Aunt Hester whose meanness always makes Nell tremble.
Today, Viscount Gabriel Hunter has come to look at a horse he’s interested in buying and Nell is the one to show it to him. She is very picky about the people she allows to buy her horses. A tall, thin young la ...more
Quite the Novel Idea https://quitethenovelidea.com https://quitethenovelidea.com/liza-re... gorgeous cover, right? Lord Hunter's Cinderella Heiress is another amazing read.
Hunter had a lot of responsibility at a young age due to his abusive father and often sick little brother. He is very protective by nature, but a run-in with the effects of war and the suicide of his brother left him reeling. To deal with it, he has turned quite rakish and with his friends Raven and Stanton, they started a ...more
This is the first book I've read by Ms. Temple and while the book was well-written, I would say the writing is quite dense. There's so much inner dialogue in each paragraph that I found myself skipping much of it. While I very much liked Nell, there was really no explanation as to why her father ignores her or why her aunt was so nasty. A little more information about the "cinderella" childhood Nell suffered would have gone a long way to making her a much more sympathetic character.
Gabriel Hunte ...more