Buy This Book The hero of Ms. Georgia Wilder. I recall struggling to finish — at age 15 — Mr. The book is divided into three sections and ends with an epilogue; all three core components were wearisome in different ways. The first part of the tale is downright baffling.
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It was original, delightfully funny and wickedly sexy. There was a wonderful array of richly drawn characters and just the right amount of drama and mystery to keep me intrigued. What I loved most about the book:- The Setting It was refreshingly different to read a story set against the backdrop of 19th century New York and Ms Marvelle brought everything to life with her vivid images of the notorious Five Points.
He scanned the stretching width of the dank street. I really loved this book! Cramped wooden buildings loomed in the surrounding darkness, murky-yellow lamps lighting broken windows stuffed with rags and heaven knows what else.
Silhouettes of men and women lurked on the streets and hovered in doorways. Story Spoiler free - just a few teasers!
Silver buttons, Robinson Crusoe, a kiss, a vile little maggot, Forty Thieves, a faded brown leather patch, a coal bin, four and forty dollars, a water pail, a proposal, a newspaper, a waltz, a Duke, status and wealth, memories, duty, a crazy Five Points idea, a promise, a transformation, Miss Tormey, an elephant… Georgia In most romances, the hero takes centre stage but, in FOREVER AND A DAY, Georgia is definitely the star of the show in my opinion.
I absolutely adore her. I cheered when she gave one of the men helping to lift the injured Roderick some grief Lest I make you bleed. I liked how she was a force to be reckoned with So leave off.
You hear? I admired her sheer determination She was naught more than a scrap he took in after finding her asleep in his coal bin, looking like the dirty angel she still is.
Now look at her. Nothing was going to come between her and her man. Georgia will definitely find a place among my favourite heroines. A man who is: caring Turning toward her, he held out the grouped banknotes between bare fingers.
Take it. Refusing to watch the woman suffer, he quickly strode past the long line of women, set his pail down beside the pump with a clang and rounded the old woman. Cradling her moist cheeks with his palms, his thumbs brushed away the tears still rimming her eyes.
He tilted her face upward toward him. Roderick really is a hero worthy of Georgia. Those Sexy Moments Ms Marvelle delivers some pretty hot sex scenes and enough sexual chemistry to singe the pages of the book His eyes darkened. He shoved her back against the wall, making her gasp. The Epilogue I have to mention how much I loved the Epilogue. So delightful and so amusing as well!
My one niggle about the book:- I did find the ending rather abrupt and the situation between Georgia and Roderick seemed to be left unresolved. But then I read these comments from Ms Marvelle on Goodreads: "If you felt like the book ended abruptly, I am ever so pleased to hear it! That means you wanted more and believe me, there is lots more". Yes very naughty indeed Ms Marvelle!
Forever and a Day
Remember this and try not to snort when you read my synopsis of the story. It is , and we are at New York City. Our nobody of a heroine, Georgina Milton, is a spunky and tough lass who is used to life on the wrong side of the tracks. In fact, she is the boss of a bunch of folks called the Forty Thieves, with they being as protective of her as she is they. Anyway, one fine day, our heroine meets our hero, a clearly genteel Englishman of wealth judging from his clothes and demeanor.
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His memory finally resurfaces. Netgalley Part of a Series: Roderick is always conflicted because he wants to do right by Georgia throughout the book. Now look at her. His hat alone had to be worth two months of her wages. His brother spent his time pestering Tremayne to play with him. I just love this author. Yes very naughty indeed Ms Marvelle!
Forever and a Day by Delilah Marvelle