The Unofficial Suitor

  • Title: The Unofficial Suitor
  • Author: Charlotte Louise Dolan
  • ISBN: 9780451173003
  • Page: 310
  • Format: Paperback
  • The Unofficial Suitor Dolan has penned a rousing romance that will enthrall her growing legion of fans Lady Cassiopeia is on the auction block in the marriage mart And her only escape is into the greedy hands of scandalous
    Dolan has penned a rousing romance that will enthrall her growing legion of fans Lady Cassiopeia is on the auction block in the marriage mart And her only escape is into the greedy hands of scandalous Richard Hawke, a handsome rake who will stop at nothing to get what he wants Original Regency Romance.

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    About Charlotte Louise Dolan


    1. Charlotte Louise Dolan earned a bachelors degree from Eastern Illinois University and a masters degree in German from Middlebury College She has lived throughout the United States and in Germany, the Soviet Union, Canada, Taiwan, and Austria A bookworm since the age of four, she fell in love with Regency England when she read her first Georgette Heyer book Besides writing, she has worked as a high school Germany teacher, a toymaker, a tech editor, a genealogist, and a craft designer She is the mother of three children.


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    1. Pretty disappointing. I really liked the concept the author had for the book – an attractive lady of quality who is trapped by horrid relatives, and a self-made, soldier-type hero who eliminates the competition for her hand and “rescues” her. But it just didn’t work. The story felt like a very rough draft, with people and dialogue on the extreme end of the spectrum. Multiple attempted rapes, evil characters with no redeeming qualities. The heroine has a sister that was in… one scene? T [...]

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    2. Overall, I liked this one. Cassie’s brother Geoffrey has forced a season on her and threatened her younger sister if she did not marry who he chooses. He has narrowed it down to three men, none of which she likes. Then there is Mr. Richard Hawke, who scares her and yet intrigues her as well. Richard falls for Cassie right from the start and decides she is the only one for him. It was fun to see the creative ways Richard came up with in discouraging her suitors and dealing with her brother. I d [...]

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    3. I'd just read Fallen Angel, which I'd enjoyed greatly (as much for its gentle pace as anything else). Somehow, though, many of the same ingredients in The Unofficial Suitor didn't quite add up to the same satisfying whole. There are some very good things indeed about it - the evil brother is appropriately evil, the heroine sacrifices herself nobly for others - these things worked well. What let the book down, I think, is the sheer number of ingredients that make up the plot - the good half-broth [...]

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    4. Every once in a while you have to revert back to the basics for a fast, fanciful read. 'Basics' for me is a Signet Regency Romance, where a lot of authors got their feet wet. I am not sure where I got this author's name, but ordered it from Paperback Swap to check it out. It was truly fast and fanciful. Not to spoil anything, but everyone had their 'happily ever after' and I do mean everyone:) When you need a read that take you to a dream world with very little angst, go for a 'Signet' book.

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    5. I loved this book. The villain is completely despicable. The hero and heroine are capable, likeable and appealing. The supporting characters are delightful.The heroine is being blackmailed into accepting a marriage with the richest suitor the villain can snare, so that he can benefit. The hero meets her on her way to London and decides to become one her suitors to rescue her. Hence, the title of the book. He is a wonderful classic hero. Noble in character if not by birth. I will read this one mo [...]

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    6. I really like this author and it gives you three romances in one! Okay, it's one romance with two little ones along the way. I will read it again.

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    7. really enjoyed this one. liked how Richard Hawke deals with all the other suitors and out cons the cons man. Liked Cassiopeia, unlike other regencies, her reticence actually has a believable reason behind it. Loved all the side characters (loved John Turk and his relationship with Hawke) (really enjoyed Digory and Lady Letitia) and its satisfying to see that all characters get their own ending(view spoiler)[Hawke baits Lord Fauxbridge, deliberately publicly shamming him of owning a plantation an [...]

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    8. There was a lot going on in this short book. Too much going on. Way too much going on. Suffice to say there are three couples and an adventure.Class issues, slavery, a bit about coal mining and kidnapping. Not to mention a very brief attempted rape scene and an evil brother, father and mistress. Did I mention there's a lot going on?I didn't care for Cassie the main h. She was just not willing to admit that being an Earl's daughter didn't mean squat if you can't afford to heat the house or put fo [...]

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    9. Many of Ms. Dolan's books feature the same characters. This one features several that show up in other novels, and I must have read them out of order because I met characters in "The Counterfit Gentleman" (which I read first) that gave away the ending to this one. But it didn't matter that much. I read and enjoyed this book anyway.

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    10. This was a decent read, but would have been better for a good edit. There were so many secondary romances it actually got a little ridiculous, as one seemed to be thrown in for no reason at the very end of the book. I did like the main characters, however, which earned the book a 3 star rating.

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