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Iders his hatred of her as much his birthright as the dowry is hers––but even an ancient family feud is no match for the passion that soon burns between the. ok but didn t gel for me

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Impetuous

In the late 1600s the legendary Spanish Dowry vanished when Black Maggie Verrere eloped with a stranger rather than marrying Sir Eric Neville Now it is 150 year. Well rarely do I feel the need to fan myself during the prologue Interesting titillating start to the book Seldom do I read such remarkable dialogue between the two main characters At the beginning you can tell Philip doesn t uite know what to make of Cassandra Their conversations are witty insightful and so incredibly enjoyable Searching for a lost hidden treasure certainly adds a fun spark to the story but I just wish they would have found the letters that contained the map sooner too many pages dedicated to dusty attic scenes Ok to much slowness in general to finding the treasure I get the author wants to focus on Philip and Cassandra s relationship but come on find the damn ueen s book in t Marriage by Deception you can tell Philip doesn t uite know what to make of Cassandra Their conversations are witty insightful and so incredibly enjoyable Searching for a lost hidden treasure certainly adds a fun spark to the story but I just wish they would have found the letters that contained the map sooner too many pages dedicated to dusty attic scenes Ok to much slowness in general to finding the treasure I get the author wants to focus on Philip and Cassandra s relationship but come on find the damn ueen s book in t

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S later and Cassandra Verrere is desperate to find the riches in order to save her family from poverty Unfortunately only a Neville can help her Clearly he cons. Whenever I m feeling under the weather and spending many hours abed Camp is my go to for my guilty pleasure of a happy ending romance novel This one in particular was a lot of fun


10 thoughts on “Impetuous

  1. says:

    Steamy love story with a hefty serving of mystery on the side Kind of like Romeo and Juliet but not as tragic nor serious The aunt and cousin are downright irritating and obtuse Cassandra needs to be sensitive though Many of the misunderstanding in the latter part is caused by her inability to believe and keep the faith with Sir Phillip

  2. says:

    Well rarely do I feel the need to fan myself during the prologue Interesting ? titillating ? start to the book Seldom do I read such remarkable dialogue between the two main characters At the beginning you can tell Philip

  3. says:

    I think I'm starting to get Candace Camp's styleThe Verreres and Nevilles have hated each other ever since Margaret Verrere known as Black Maggy to the Nevilles ditched her fiance Neville fiance and eloped to America leaving behind her father large dowry aka the Spanish dowry thinking it would heal the rift and

  4. says:

    This book had one hell of a sexy beginning but then started to fall apart There is a treasure hunt mystery which I was excited about but the characters were awful The heroine always believed the hero was the problem Even though she is

  5. says:

    Whenever I'm feeling under the weather and spending many hours abed Camp is my go to for my guilty pleasure of a happy ending romance novel This one in particular was a lot of fun

  6. says:

    I love Candace Camp she is one of my favorites authors one that never disapointsThis book was no different I liked it very much the characters were charming and inteligent the plot great and the dialogue between Cassandra and Phillip witty and interesting It´s not 5 stars just because I was freuently annoyed with Cassandr

  7. says:

    35 stars

  8. says:

    ok but didn't gel for me

  9. says:

    Loved it1 I couldn't put it down It has everything I love in a book Romance mystery great characters Looking forward to reading Candace Camp again

  10. says:

    Loved this book Gotta love some old school regency sometimes

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