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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No understanding of her pov. Once a Scoundrel Rogues Redeemed. I can only say that it was difficult to like this story. No trivia or quizzes yet. Recunosc ca am o slabiciune pentru toate cartile scrise de Mary Jo Putney,si ca datorita acestei autoare am inceput sa citesc si carti historical-romance,dar asta nu inseamna ca toate cartile ei sunt de nota zece.

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Perhaps my hopes were too high, but it wasn’t as great as I thought it would be. She becomes such a doormat. I cannot relate to either Gervase or Diana, each had something that I find distasteful. At this point I was appalled about the fact that I did not stop reading this book right away. Putney Mary Jo is a very good writer. Open Preview See a Problem? Aubyn a lesson–even if it means doing so on their wedding night. And what about the heroine’s POVs up to this point?


Dearly Beloved by Mary Jo Putney

Dearly Beloved by Mary Jo Putney. I’d like to read this book on Kindle Don’t have a Kindle? Why was Gervase angry?

She rescues the woman and nurses her back to health. Putney says that not least among the blessings of a full-time writing career is that deary almost never has to wear pantyhose. I hated the middle. No excuse can justify it. I will be writing about what happens in the book. Geoffrey is the product of the rape. Why did you write this story?

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I attempted to read this years ago because it was receiving rave upon rave on romance listservs all over the internet. Putbey of 63 reviews.

Mommy’s Reading rated it liked it Shelves: 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.

Her stories are noted for psychological depth and deagly subject matter such as alcoholism, death and dying, and domestic abuse. So it was rather boring and long-winded to get to the revelation of the “big” mystery so late into the story.

Write a customer review. Diana is a woman who is not only beautiful and d Gervase and Diana A discussion in my book club caused me to revisit this book. Nu intru in detaliile acestrei povesti,dar trebiue sa justific un punctaji de 3.


I don’t like the characters. The reason for the censure is mainly due to the beginning of the story where there is a relatively graphic rape scene by our leading male character.

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At this point, I do not know who I despised more. The emotional, superstitious Diana refused Gervase’s “protection”, aka becoming his mistress officially, claiming that she was looking for love and respectability rearly marriage.

Because of this, I felt cheated out of most of the story, and I couldn’t relate to how the heroine’s feelings for the hero changed from loathing to love. Paperbackpages. I wasn’t about to stop reading: I This was my first buddy read ever and no surprise that it was with Zoe celebratory cheers-hopefully many more to come. Finished this last night, and have to say I loved this book! You see we do not grow up in a vacuum My only hope with this review is that you get more than just a headache by reading my circular and disjointed thoughts lol if you made it all the way to the end: And I hope she finds a way to give these experiences the respect they deserve.

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