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Counterfeit Countess by Cheryl Bolen

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Counterfeit Countess
Cheryl Bolen

Brazen Brides #1
Harper & Appleton
September 2015
On Sale: September 1, 2015
Featuring: Maggie; Edward, the Earl of Warwick
279 pages
ISBN: 1939602386
EAN: 2940150854628
Kindle: B0121ZLIGG
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Romance Historical

Maggie thought she was married to an earl . . . but it seems that her late and unlamented husband lied to her from the day they met. Now—penniless and stranded in London—she has thrown herself on the mercy of the real Lord Warwick. What's a counterfeit countess to do?

Edward, the Earl of Warwick, desires only to get rid of the beautiful woman who arrived at his house with no less than fourteen trunks, a younger sister, a maid, and a very large cat. Her preposterous explanation is of no importance—but her late husband held the clue to the identity of England's greatest traitor, a clue the Foreign Service must get at any cost. Edward will have to guard her night and day—but he cannot guard his heart.

Brazen Brides

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11 comments posted.

Re: Counterfeit Countess

I don't mind having a little bit of humor in my Historical
Romances, especially if they're English, no offense. This
is why. After a while, the dialogue tends to get a bit
droll at times, and a bit of humor in the right spots
would tend to lighten things up a bit. This would also
depend on what type of book it is. That means whether or
not the book would support a bit of humor or not. I've
read books that were absolutely dreadful, and could have
used at least a couple lines of humor to break them up a
little here and there!! It's nice that you are concerned
enough to ask your readers for their opinion. I'm looking
forward to reading your book, since I wasn't in the loop
the first go-around.
(Peggy Roberson 9:35am September 2, 2015)

I don't mind having a little bit of humor in my Historical
Romances, especially if they're English, no offense. This
is why. After a while, the dialogue tends to get a bit
droll at times, and a bit of humor in the right spots
would tend to lighten things up a bit. This would also
depend on what type of book it is. That means whether or
not the book would support a bit of humor or not. I've
read books that were absolutely dreadful, and could have
used at least a couple lines of humor to break them up a
little here and there!! It's nice that you are concerned
enough to ask your readers for their opinion. I'm looking
forward to reading your book, since I wasn't in the loop
the first go-around. The cover is stunning!!
(
Peggy Roberson 9:36am September 2, 2015)

Just ordered!
(
Angela Daffern 10:27am September 2, 2015)

Good to hear it, Peggy.
(
Cheryl Bolen 10:57am September 2, 2015)

love it! looking forward to it!
(
Denise Holcomb 12:22pm September 2, 2015)

Yes, I do like some humor when I read. Appreciate the chance
to win.
(
Leona Olson 2:42pm September 2, 2015)

Fascinating! I really want to read counterfeit countess now!!
(
Shar Cardona 10:38pm September 4, 2015)

It is so nice that you are concerned about the readers and
ask their opinion. I have read alot of dry books that went
on and on and could of used a bit of laughs a few times and
it would of made the book better. Love your books and look
forward to your writing as you do now!
(
Peggy Clayton 2:23pm September 6, 2015)

Thank you, Peggy.
(
Cheryl Bolen 9:32pm September 6, 2015)

I love humor in romance! I also have to be able to
empathize with the hero and heroine, and for them to have a
romantic love story.
(
Sharlene Wegner 11:51pm September 6, 2015)

Use of Humour, applied appropriately, is good and it adds to make the book or story line more human and sometimes humane...keep up the great work!
(
Sylvia Reddom 10:17pm September 25, 2015)

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