An Inconvenient Wife

  • Title: An Inconvenient Wife
  • Author: Audrey Harrison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • An Inconvenient Wife Although this book is part of a trilogy each book is a stand alone story in its own right Charlotte Webster thought she was eloping with the love of her life She did not expect it to be a ploy and a
    Although this book is part of a trilogy, each book is a stand alone story in its own right Charlotte Webster thought she was eloping with the love of her life She did not expect it to be a ploy and a way to force her way to a marriage with a stranger, who wanted an innocent bride Held in a house of ill repute, there is little time to act to try and escape and few optionAlthough this book is part of a trilogy, each book is a stand alone story in its own right Charlotte Webster thought she was eloping with the love of her life She did not expect it to be a ploy and a way to force her way to a marriage with a stranger, who wanted an innocent bride Held in a house of ill repute, there is little time to act to try and escape and few options to consider Lord Halkyn is a peer much in demand, but an expert at avoiding marriage He has always had fixed ideas on love it causes too many problems to be worth the trouble He did consider marriage to one lady once, but it would have been a business transaction Unfortunately for him, the lady in question had wanted to marry for love and had refused him Rather than ridicule her, his opinion of her increased and he began to wonder if there was something in the nonsense that was love after all When visiting his favourite house of ill repute, run by a Baron, he is accosted by a woman He is begged for help in escaping from the house Whether it was the real fear in her voice, or whether it was the devil in him, he helped her Suddenly his life was to become far complicated Protecting an innocent, employing the services of Bow Street and racing across country, all situations that he could never have anticipated when he was first sought out by Miss Charlotte Webster His life was never going to be the same again.

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    About Audrey Harrison


    1. Audrey Harrison was born about two hundred years too late She wants to belong to a time when men were men and women were dressed in gowns and could float, simper and sigh.In the real world she has always longed to write, writing a full manuscript when she was fourteen years old Work, marriage and children got in the way as they do and it was only when an event at work landed her in hospital that she decided to take stock One Voluntary Redundancy later, she found that the words and characters came to the forefront and the writing began in earnest.Her ideal would be to write Regency Romances, but modern characters are insisting on being heard, hence the release of A Very Modern Lord , a contemporary romance.So, although at home these days, the housework is still neglected and tea is still late on the table, but she has an understanding family, who usually shake their heads at her and sigh That is a sign of understanding, isn t it


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    1. I really have absolutely no idea why this books is called 'An Inconvenient Wife' when they don't marry in the book!!!This book was just a mess. I have no clue about Stephan's character because he was all over the place. The only coherent character trait was that no matter what, he would cut off his nose to spite his face.If she were to say the sky was blue, he would say, 'whatever' and walk away all the while entirely sure the sky was vermillion.It got so tiresome. But because I had bought the a [...]

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    2. Audiobook - narration Elizabeth Klett - really good! Book two in this series. I know it says they are standalone, but I think you should read the series and read in order. This book focuses on a new h, but the H is a character from book 1 and there are continuations of situations from book 1 as well as all the same characters for the most part. It does explain things well enough that you probably won't be lost, but these are enjoyable characters so you may as well read the whole series! In the b [...]

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    3. I listened to the audiobook, which I got free of charge in exchange for an honest review. As romances go, the book is OK, but there were some things which weren't convincing, such as one of the protagonists thinking they were too old to marry a woman seven years younger than them. At the time, the difference in age was commonly even bigger than just seven years. And then all the physical reactions -- really? We're not talking about a teenager here. I have to admit, that all the explicit sexual t [...]

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    4. I don't usually like her books I just read them because they're free.

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    5. The second book began with a more serious note but the humor was still there in the banter and the surreal situation. Lord Halkyn is a rake that is already on that restless path wanting more from life, but he's not sure what. He's observed friends in lurv and at the elderly age of twenty-four, he thinks maybe, possibly there's more to life than Cigarettes, Whiskey and Wild, Wild Women. Whether that's for him or not, well, that remains to be seen. Charlotte is very young in experience, and as hap [...]

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    6. Just as good as the previous one. If you liked An Inconvenient Ward, you will like this book.

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    7. This is a review of the audiobookAn Inconvenient Wife is the second book of the Inconvenient Trilogy, by Audrey Harrison, but is completely enjoyable if you didn’t read the first one, although most of the characters of the first book come back for the second one, giving continuity and fluidity to the story. This book has a more somber or sinister setting involving the kidnapping of innocent girls and their sale for the highest bidder on the very beginning, but this is quickly resolved giving t [...]

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    8. A really good, well written, interesting and entertaining regency romance.This is the second book in the inconvenient trilogy and I enjoyed this book even more than the first book. This is the story of Lord Stephen Halkyn and Charlotte Webster. The story starts out with Charlotte being in serious trouble and seeking out Stephen for help. While trying to keep Charlottes reputation from complete ruin, Stephen enlists the help of Michael & Elizabeth Dunham from the first book in the trilogy. Th [...]

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    9. Another good read from this author. She delves a bit into the sordid world of a Baron who is basically running a whorehouse. An innocent has been kidnapped and sold to the highest bidder. The girls at the house tell Charlotte that Lord Stephen Halkyn would help her so through a series of events he helps her escape and thus the adventure begins. A subplot involving Lady Elizabeth Dunham and her cousin George is linked to the first novel of the trilogy, "An Inconvenient Ward." Stephen eventually t [...]

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    10. London 1816. Stephen is visiting a gambling/whore house. He enters a dark room and a woman grabs him and demands he kiss her. Stephen, assured the woman volunteered to work here, probably it was the only job opened to her. But he quickly learns from her that she was abducted and was being forced into this life. He manages to spirit her away. The girl is Charlotte Webster. While she was away at school a new footman gave her lots of attention and finally asked her to elope with him. The man who ow [...]

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    11. A great story!I haven't read "An Inconvenient Ward" the first book on the Inconvenient Trilogy before and I must say that it's pity because even if each book can be read by itself, the main characters of the first one have a great place in the second and you can feel a little lost.So as soon as I finished this one yesterday, I started "An Inconvent Ward" and will link to "An Inconvenient Companion", the third book.This story is great, interesting and intriguing with a plot I have never read befo [...]

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    12. When I finished The Inconvenient Ward I thought that I had just read or listened to perfection in a book. But I was so very wrong. I have just completed An Inconvenient Wife and this was another amazing experience. A beautiful and well-told story about two people discovering their love for each other while living with and learning from others as well as from their own experiences about life and love.Again, Elizabeth Klett has done an outstanding job of narration.A great product from two very tal [...]

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    13. The 2nd book in the trilogy didn't disappoint me. I love the way Audrey Harrison writes. The story kept me engaged throughout and left me wanting more. I love all the strong female characters. It's always enjoyable to see an overbearing Lord get put I his place. This audiobook was provided by the author, narrator, or publisher at no cost in exchange for an unbiased review courtesy of Audiobook Blast.

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    14. An Inconvenient WifeThis is the second book in The Inconvenient series and my favorite so far. The romance is there without being to graphic. There are a lot of twists and turns but I don't want to spoil it for the reader I hope you will enjoy the book. There was one type error it was to words put together. More so was moreso. I am not a official reviewer. So I never know what to say but I enjoyed the book.

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    15. A good continuation.I read the first book and enjoyed it and I also enjoyed this one. I liked the shift in focus to different characters while still including the ones from the previous book. I did get a little annoyed because I felt like there was some poor editing, just too many typos. That problem takes me out of a story when words are missing or just incorrect. Overall though, I liked it and will read the next one.

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    16. I like Lord Halkyn. His rank is not provided. he's a likeable affable rogue with redeeming qualities. Charlotte Webster is 17 turning 18 when she is abducted to be Wed by the dastardly Baron Kersal. A fun read, as another marriage adverse bored man gets his head turned and gets to be a hero. Charlotte was spirited young and seemed mature for her stated age.

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    17. A light, pleasant romance read with a somewhat different take on things. The characters certainly are, and the plot moves along well. Just the sort of escapism we all need from time to time.E. Klett gave her usual fine audio performance which always adds to the prose.This book was free, and a review was anticipated.

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    18. Another good book. Some parts seemed a little dragged out or maybe its just that i dont like the (view spoiler)[ memory loss (hide spoiler)] theme. Also i noticed in both books so far, the end it quite abrupt. I would have liked to read a little more of their happiness together after all tje melodrama of staying away. A good read is all I can really say.

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    19. I found this author on here () and I'm glad I did. I have devoured all five novels. I normally read a lot of murder mystery novels and need a good romance to counterbalance all the murder-death-kill! These stories are witty with some action and a strong female character. (Which I love)

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    20. After reading book one, I really wanted to read Lord Halkyn's story. Of course he had to help a damsel in distress. Once again, I think the characters were all very well written. This book is so very worth reading. I am excited to read book three.

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    21. Part of the low-brow rubbish that I read when I was sick and need to read trashy romances.

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