IN THE THRILL OF THE NIGHT CANDICE HERN PDF

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It is outrageously sexy fun as only Candice Hern can deliver. Her knowledge of the period and her handling of the emotions of the characters all could have used more things happening and conflict and actual drama. Apr 12, Carolyn F. It ended very great and I’m satisfied, that’s what is important. The Portrait of Lady Wycliff. From inside the book. This is one of the several stories about a group of wealthy widows who choose to have lovers and affairs instead of marriage.

But they have no intention of forsaking physical passion for the rest of their lives. Learn more about Candice Hern.

In the Thrill of the Night (Merry Widows, #1) by Candice Hern

Ratings and Reviews 0 4 star ratings 0 reviews. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Armed with her list of suitors, he secretly sabotages all of her attempts at catching a lover, and begins to have second thoughts about his own engagement as well. It was all a veneer to a good story, that could have been developed, gone deeper and been, therefore, much more satisfying.

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A delicious and irresistible concoction, one part simple friendships, one part wicked delights, and all parts wonderful!

The Earl Who Loved Her. We appreciate your feedback. Mar 01, Donna Campbell rated it liked it.

In the Thrill of the Night

Aug 02, Merle rated it liked rhe Shelves: The book starts with several respectable, aristocratic, wealthy widows getting together and agre This is probably catnip for some readers, but I quit fairly early when I realized that I was rooting for the heroine not to marry anyone at all, ever.

Aug 15, Emilia Barnes rated it really liked it Shelves: I’ve to confess I’m greatful that I read book 2 first, now I can pick up the third book next. Nothing Like a Duke. I enjoyed the developement of the relationships and was longing for the point when they get each other. So I had to pick up another book of the ‘Merry widow series’ – so why not the first? It has proved most exhilarating. Cahdice best friend of sorts is her former husband’s best friend, Adam.

Might she find it now through a love affair? None are interested in marrying again. But my, it did get better the moment the house party held by Julian started. Until one night of unintended passion changes everything I loved the camaraderie between the two from the start.

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An accomplished writer with a sharp eye for character, Hern also possesses a great sense of fun that leaves a smile after the book is finished. Jan 04, lia rated it liked it Shelves: Face of the Maiden.

Even though this was a good story some parts were funny, and some parts were dry. February 5, Publication Date: Nov 14, L. It’s just one of those situations where, as soon as I saw where it was going, I was upset with the author.

Until the heroine had to ruin it: After the merry widows bight about taking a lover or at least to be open to the possibility and talking about it – Marianne decides to help her destiny and starts flirting. Uncertain how to go about it, she asks Adam Cazenove, an old friend and notorious rake, to tutor her in the arts of seduction.

In other words, my frustration with this book stemmed from my conviction that the author seemed capable of more, but didn’t deliver.