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Not too bad of a book. Open Preview See a Problem? A voracious reader of romance novels, she began writing at her husband’s suggestion.
Lovestruck : Charlotte Lamb :
He was anti commitment and made sure everyone knew it. Refresh and try again. SinceSheila had been living on the Isle of Man as a tax exile with her husband and four of their five children: While she once finished a full-length novel in four days, she lovestduck pegged her average speed at two weeks to complete a full novel.
The “hero” wore a “top that left his midriff bare. Charlotte Lamb’s heroes are best when they’re charlorte jealous and, although often angry, Sam didn’t seem crazy about Natalie, if at all. Anyway, what a fun book!
Sanya rated it liked it Jun 21, And the H was sweet the way he took care of the h when she was ill. Jonita rated it really liked it Apr 03, After working together for three years with NO chemistry at all, one drunken proposal drastically changes things. Aggeliki Katsimardou rated it really liked it Sep 23, Lovemesomelove rated it liked it Jan 25, Jun 25, Shari Kay marked it as not-for-me.
Here that was not the case. As a par First of all Published March 1st by Thorndike Press first published I enjoyed the st 2. It’s all her fault.
Gargoyle rated it did not like it Nov 07, Back to the book View all 3 comments. The hero blew so hot and cold it’s a wonder the heroine didn’t end up with whiplash. He uses the garb of a drunken party to propose to her and that incident breaks the utterly professional relationship between the 2 lovstruck them.
Lovestruck by Lxmb Lamb. Apr 21, Miki rated it did not like it. Sheila attended the Ursuline Convent for Girls. A lovely relaxing read, unlike many angsty Charlotte Lamb’s from the past, this was just plain funny and entrancing. Not her fault he was too drunk to remember. Elle Fielding rated it liked it Apr 21, The way Natalie punished Sam for his drunken “proposal” amused me, but Natalie and Sam didn’t interact much so the charlitte was practically non-existent.
Add to that snappy dialogue like this: But a drunken proposal and a ring on her finger changes everything. He proposes very publically to her while in the throes of an alcoholic blackout?