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OverDrive Read. Need Help? If you are having problem using our eCollection, please visit our support center. From the superbly gifted Sherry Thomas comes this beautifully written romance about a marriage of convenience that turns inconveniently passionate Felix Rivendale, the Marquess of Wrenworth, is The Ideal Gentleman, a man all men want to be and all women want to possess.
Even Felix himself almost believes this golden image. But underneath is a damaged soul soothed only by public adulation. Louisa Cantwell needs to marry well to support her sisters. She does not, however, want Lord Wrenworth—though he seems inexplicably interested in her. She mistrusts his outward perfection, and the praise he garners everywhere he goes. Still, when he is the only man to propose at the end of the London season, she reluctantly accepts.
Louisa does not understand her husband's mysterious purposes, but she cannot deny the pleasure her body takes in his touch. Nor can she deny the pull this magnetic man exerts upon her. But does she dare to fall in love with a man so full of dark secrets, any one of which could devastate her, if she were to get any closer?
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Table of Contents. Loading Table Of Contents Also in This Series. More Like This. Loading Excerpt Author Notes. Loading Author Notes I think Sherry Thomas made Louisa get past it. At one point Felix has a convenient epiphany and completely changes his entire personality to make up for his actions, and Louisa refuses to believe that this is genuine until the book is bout to end, so she suddenly has her own epiphany and now they are happy.
Nope, not downloading it. But I have to admit that I have no personal trigger greater than the idea of someone treating another person with great warmth and then suddenly, with no warning or explanation, becoming utterly cold, while maintaining that nothing is wrong. Felix withdraws all affection from Louisa, suddenly treats her as a contemptible object, and refuses to acknowledge that he is doing it or tell her why.
This has been so overused that an author has to really sell it for it to work. Now, the good stuff — Sherry Thomas has a history of beautiful writing and this book is no exception.
Her use of language is lovely without being affected. Her characters are layered and interesting. I loved that Louisa will do a great deal to help her family, but that she draws the line at outright martyrdom.
The dialogue is a delight. One of my favorite tropes in romance and romantic comedy is the two people who are intellectual equals in a battle of wits.