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The Disdainful Marquis (Bessacarr, #2) As companion to the Dowager Duchess of Crewe, Catherine was surprised to find she was expected to please the Duchess gentleman friends And when the Marquess of Bessacarr picked her for his plaything, Catherine knew she would have to fight not only his shameful advances but her own shameful responses. New Read Books The Disdainful Marquis (Bessacarr, #2) Author Edith Layton – groundhogwalking.co.uk

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  1. This was not a bad read, but nowhere as good as The Duke s Wager It was fascinating to read nonetheless because Sinjun was the Duke s Rival in TDW, and neither him nor the duke was hero material Both were very selfish and spoiled and especially sinjun was made out to be extremely nefarious I didn t see a way to his redemption after reading the last book, but redemption he received The only problem for me was that he seemed to have had his redemption somewhere along the way before he got his This was not a bad read, but nowhere as good as The Duke s Wager It was fascinating to read nonetheless because Sinjun was the Duke s Rival in TDW, and neither him nor the duke was hero material Both were very selfish and spoiled and especially sinjun was made out to be extremely nefarious I didn t see a way to his redemption after reading the last book, but redemption he received The only problem for me was that he seemed to have had his redemption somewhere along the way befo...

  2. I m not sure how to rate it It was a decent read though it had few plot holes , but it made me feel angry and worried Sorry but I like my romances light and happy.Heroine starts with classic TSTL attitude She misunderstands questions during job interview She thought she was hired as a lady companion, when in reality she is to be exclusive courtesan I know she is supposed to be very determined to make it on her own, leave her family and the countryside, but I didn t get how she could not he I m not sure how to rate it It was a decent read though it had few plot holes , but it made me feel angry and worried Sorry but I like my romances light and happy.Heroine starts with classic TSTL attitude She misunderstands questions during job interview She thought she was hired as a lady companion, when in reality she is to be exclusive courtesan I know she is supposed to be very determined to make it on her own, leave her family and the countryside, but I didn t get how she could not hear the phrase will you please my gentlemen friends That is straightforward brothel talk Then we have H h interactions They don t understand each other completely Everytime hero looks at heroine with love and passion she ...

  3. This book hovers around the 2.5 range for me It s not bad, it s just a major meh book The aspects I like about it aren t strong enough to hold my attention for an entire novel.Most of this book feels a lot like The Duke s Wager In fact, the hero makes all the same mistakes this time around, except that he isn t man enough at the end to declare his love for the heroine until she says so first The plot is basically the same virtuous girl is mistaken for a hussy and then is pursued by men This book hovers around the 2.5 range for me It s not bad, it s just a major meh book The aspects I like about it aren t strong enough to hold my attention for an entire novel.Most of this book feels a lot like The Duke s Wager In fact, the hero makes all the same mistakes this time around, except that he isn t man enough at the end to declare his love for the heroine until she says so first The plot is basically the same virtuous girl is mistaken for a hussy and then is pursued by men with nefarious motives and she falls in love with one of them in the end However, what is lacking in this...

  4. It seemed to me there was too little romance, too much description of the heroine s situation and problems and then suddenly they are in love But I didn t see it happen like in The Duke s Wager for instance

  5. This is not as good as The Duke s Wager, in case you were wondering Hero is the dastardly marquess from the Duke s Wager, heroine is a young woman who misunderstands things while interviewing for a position as a lady s companion, and so winds up traveling around France, being assumed by others to be a prostitute it sort of makes sense in the book Just go along with it My least favorite trope in romances is misunderstandings I m willing to go along with the one where the heroine accidentall This is not as good as The Duke s Wager, in case you were wondering Hero is the dastardly marquess from t...

  6. Second reading is just as good.I loved the plot, and I enjoyed the well developed characters This was Edith Layton at her best And it was a great romance.

  7. Too much stupidity by everyone to be a 4 star Oh my goodnesswhy am I to wear this slutty dress She seems sooooo innocent but it must BE A LIE And the beat goes on.And yet, I was intrigued to find out how ever she would get herself out of the STUPID OMG SO STUPID OMG WTF BBQ mess she had gotten herself into, so there s that.And ...

  8. This was quite good albeit a tad twisted I do think the hero was somewhat moronic to suspect for so loooooong that the heroine was no better than she oughter be Seriously, your buddy valet comrade in arms figured it out And there w...

  9. Vintage Layton 1983 , the story has withstood the test of time The heroine is a little stupid, but eventually understands the situation into which she has gotten herself, and the hero is sufficiently heroic to eventually rescue her ...

  10. Finally I have been watching for Edith Layton s early Looks to be published in e_format So glad to see them Have purchased 5 already Readers who enjoy good regencies will enjoy as much as just do