!!> PDF / Epub ☂ Tainted Bride ✎ Author A.S. Fenichel – Anguillais.us

Tainted Bride Only Trust Can Save Her Sailing To London, Sophia Braighton Only Hopes To Escape Certain Ruin But When She Arrives, Her Great Aunt Daphne Has Other Plans For The American Born Beauty Determined To Marry Off Her Niece To A Man Of Means, She Propels Sophia Into London Society, Not Knowing That The Young Woman S Trust In Men Is Shattered In Fact, Sophia Never Expects To Ever Feel Anything For A Man Then Again, She Never Expects To Find Herself In The Company Of The Dashing Earl Of Marlton.From The Moment He Sees Sophia, Daniel Fallon Feels Alive In A Way He Has Not Since His Broken Engagement Though The Vulnerable Beauty Shies From The Passion Burning Bright Between Them, Daniel Is Determined To Court Her And Make Her His Bride And When He Learns Of The Painful Secret She Harbors, He Is Equally Determined To Take Revenge On The Man Responsible But Will The Quest Destroy Him And His Future With His Beloved

!!> PDF / Epub ☂ Tainted Bride  ✎ Author A.S. Fenichel – Anguillais.us
  • Paperback
  • 232 pages
  • Tainted Bride
  • A.S. Fenichel
  • 11 May 2017
  • 9781601839671

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  1. says:

    Tainted Bride by A.S Fenichel is the first book in the Forever Brides series It is story of Sophia Braighton and Daniel Fallon Sophia lives in America but has come to London for a season at the wishes of her parents Sophia s father is from London and has family there So Sophia does as they ask even though she does not wish to be married after a traumatic issue that happened to her with she was just 16 Sophia ends up meeting a few people that she grows strong friendships with while in London Sophia also meets Daniel Daniel has a chip on his shoulder from being engaged to a women that he later found out was a very loose women So Daniel doesn t trust many women and tries to fight the growing attraction he has for Sophia But...


  2. says:

    4.5 Stars This is a book that deals with the difficult subject of sexual assault and the impact it has on victims as fantasizes back in the Victorian era I applaud the author for how she dealt with the subject as I m sure it would have been even difficult to dealt with it in a time when the man would certain...


  3. says:

    ARC REVIEW I love books like this, books that I know have been a labor of love and healing for the author It s a very emotional and heartfelt story and knowing that so much of the author s self is put into makes it so much better In her acknowledgements in the beginning of the book she says this book was part of a healing process, you can tell the emotion behind the hurt and the tragedy was palpable The writing was beautifully done, the character development was clear and well done Lady Daphne is a great supporting character, she was exactly what Sophia needed Dorothea was another great supporting character outspoken, straightforward and fearless and the voice of reason when Sophia needed it the most Sophia and Daniel are perfect for each other it s plain as day but the process of them realizing it is a difficult one but so sweet of an outcome Sophia was foisted on to her great aunt so she could have a season in London after an event that ruined her first season in Philadelphia three years ago Sophia has resigned herself to never get married she plans to just go through the motions to appease Aunt Daphne but she won t marry Even after meeting the dashing Daniel Fallon the Earl of Marlton who makes her stomach go aflutter she can not allow herself to love him Daniel had no immediate plans to marry but just after one night, one ball Daniel can think of noone else but Sophia Daniel has reser...


  4. says:

    This story deals with a very touchy subject that may be triggering for some readers Yet somehow the author manages to approach it in a way that not only comes across as realistic, but also straddles the line of seriousness without becoming depressing The characters were also very well done, each of the main players having a distinctive personality, although there were times when I didn t agree with how they acted or reacted to certain situations For example, while I understood Sophie s depression and Daniel s required absence from her during a difficult time I did not understand why she suddenly seemed to do a 180 personality wise transforming into a spoiled brat that I hardly recognized as the original character Thankfully, this behavior was eventually corrected, again in a way that seemed consistent with the overall story, so while I felt it was worth mentioning, it wasn t something that made m...


  5. says:

    Kindly received an ARC from Netgalley in exchange for an honest review Generally I don t give such a low rating for an historical romance considering I m biased towards that genre than New Adult and Contemporary also but this book just didn t do it for me The story was too shallow and it just developed way too fast But the real turn off for me Daniel Fallon was to feminine for my taste He could have been a bit better manly Maybe that s not the word but wha...


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    I received an ARC of this book from NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review While I thoroughly liked the book, I don t care for the title because it makes it sound like she did something wrong and she didn t I understand that that was the way it was thought of during that time, but I just don t think we have to support it by making titles sound that way Just sayinA S Fenichel is a new author for me but I ll definitely read of her books in the future.I usually steer clear of novels that contain rape and probably wouldn t even have looked at this one if I d realized this book dealt with it However, this author dealt with the whole thing beautifully The rape was several years in the past and while we were told some of the details, they weren t terribly graphic You knew what happened, but it wasn t so plainly spelled out in great detail What the book dealt with so wonderfully with grace and tenderness was the journey through the aftermath of that and on to the healing.The villain was a real nasty piece of work He was into all sorts of bad stuff and didn t care who he hurt or how badly We can all agree to just hate him thoroughly I really liked the hero, Daniel Fallon loved Sophia Braighton from the first moment ...


  7. says:

    I received a free ARC in exchange for an honest opinion.Sophia is being sent to London, to her Great Aunt, for a Season in hopes that she will find a husband Sophia has no intentions on marrying, she just wants to get through the Season and then she can go back home and live her life without hearing any about finding a husband The reason she is in London She has been ruined by actions that were none of her own, by someone who was a trusted friend of the family and someone she had known all her life She is afraid of men now and knows she could never trust one.Daniel has lost his trust in women after finding his fiance with another man He wants nothing to do with love, he doesn t believe it is possible any He knows at one point he will have to marry to provide an heir but he doesn t have to deal with that right away.When Sophie meets Daniel she is taken by his handsomeness an Daniel is feeling something he hasn t felt in awhile, attraction They begin to spend time together which they both enjoy but when he get...


  8. says:

    What a wonderfully charming book that handles a terrible personal trauma with grace and tenderness Sophia is no shrinking violet she has spunk and engenders loyalty quickly upon arriving in London The author has created a strong setting of support and friendships for Sophia The friends that surround her are as developed as our hero and heroine With her friend s help she is able to move on with her life ad embrace the possibilities the future holds In Lord Daniel Fallon, the Earl of Marlton, we are given a hero who is jaded and carries a wounded heart But underneath that pain and disappointment is a tender, understanding and deeply possessive man HE is a man who will defend his family and friends and will stand up for those who have been oppressed or misused This book as kidnapping, travel between the colonies and England, a house party, threats, moments of extreme happiness and also of great fear The author, A.S Fenichel, wraps all of these along with S...


  9. says:

    Sophia is a beautifully strong yet feminine main character and I found myself wanting to hug her She s gone through so much pain and abuse, no thanks to that villain scumbag She flees to England to her aunt s care Once there, she discovers that life is indeed worth living and there are men in the world willing to avenge what s happened to her.I m a huge historical romance fan, especially stories about Colonial Americans who travel to Britain The premise of this story grabbed me right away What I wasn t prepared for was the honest, non romanticized, portrayal of rape and female slavery in Tainted Bride Well done, Fenichel Filled with interesting characters and circumstances, Tainted Bride is a historical gem Daniel and Sophia sizzle between the pages and when the scumbag returns to England to claim Sophia as his own, Daniel ris...


  10. says:

    A rich historical with true to the time descriptions.Sophia is sent to London to the marriage mart after the scandal in Philadelphia by her parents in hope that she will find a match Greeted by what appears to be a stuffy Aunt Daphne, she quickly sees through the stiff upper lip facade to the warm woman she hides from the ton James is not...

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