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Seduce Me with Sapphires The London Jewels Trilogy #2

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Es from his old world is Fenella Since seeing her at a ball when she was a young debutante he’s never forgotten her Now that fate has reunited them Edward’s determined to make her his leading lady in every way But the only thing they see eye to eye on is their intense passion for each other And it just may take a massive misunderstanding for their love to get on the same precious page. Why on earth would a supposedly strong independent woman want to be with someone who belittles her and snipes at her Nothing redeeming about male lead She liked the sex not the man

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Three childhood friends dare to defy the rules of London and love in this glittering series from New York Times bestselling author Jane Feather A FLAWED CUTThe Honorable Miss Fenella Grantley has a secret she’s been taking drama classes and longs to be an actress Ladies of her standing don’t appear on stage but Fenella has never been one for society’s rules She’s uite excited to t. The Honorable Miss Fenella Grantley only child of Baron Grantley has a secret one she has shared with no one not even her dearest friends Petra Diana Fenella secretly longs to tread the boards and has been taking acting lessons but she knows it is not a realistic aspiration for a woman of her social standing but nonetheless she is taking lessons and enjoying herself She is actually at a class and is given a new part to read She begins and is berated by Edward Tremayne – the illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton and apparently the author of the play she is reading for Fenella knows Edward by sight but was never formally introduced She gets upset with his critiue and gives him a piece of her mind before leavingEdward can’t believe Fenella didn’t immediately understand the character – in his mind she is the lead character – Rose Edward has always lived on the fringes and has always admired Fenella when he began writing his play titled Sapphire he always pictured Rose looking like Fenella He rushes after her and to patch the riff between them He is lucky that Fenella is a reasonable person and gives him a chance to explain himself She listens to him and agrees to meet the next day – she is not sure how she feels about him but doesn’t deny the attraction she feels When she arrives home her friends Petra Diana are waiting for her and she tells them of her acting classes and meeting Edward She also mentions the problem of a suitor Lord George the son of a duke who has lately began to act as if they are engaged she blames herself for not making her feelings clear and is at a loss as how to set him straight without hurting him or ruining herself The next day Rose goes to see Edward at his lodgings he tries to explain his vison for the play and Rose in particular things do not go well and they once again uarrel but this time Edward kisses her a kiss she eagerly returns He asks her to come back the next day and even though she is confused about how she feels she agrees That evening she attends her mother’s dinner party and meets Edward’s half siblings they are vile people but Fenella indulges her curiosity and learns uite a bit about Edward When she visits him the next day they again uarrel make up and he suggests they spend the day together she agrees and after a good meal and interesting conversation they return to his rooms and one thing leads to another and she spends the night and leaves even confused than before where is this relationship going and important where does she want it to go This was a very strange book – the first 80% is basically Fenella and Edward eating arguing and having sex Repeatedly some other things happen but for the most part – that is the book – I kept waiting for something to happen but it didn’t It wasn’t a bad book but it was somewhat boring despite being steamy I felt confused by Fenella she doesn’t want to ruin herself by breaking with George but she is going to Edward’s alone and having sex I assume from her inner dialogue that she was a virgin but apparently she isn’t concern about being labeled loosefast I also found them both a bit spoiled and used to having things their own way – she was definitely flexible and reasonable Edward seemed to have a lot of “What did I say” moments which I actually found amusing because they were the typical male “I really don’t understand why you are upset” reaction to her anger The end of the book did tie up most of the loose ends and cemented their relationship but I honestly didn’t feel the love So bottom line I didn’t love the book I didn’t hate it either and while I would not read it again I did like it better than the first book in the series This is the second book in the series but it can be read as a standalone with no problemsI am voluntarily leaving a review for an eARC that was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher

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Ake on the challenge of reading the leading role in a new play until she meets the playwright Toeing the line between infuriating and irresistible his first impression leaves a lot to be desired OR A RARE FINDEdward Tremayne illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton scorned the ton years ago making his own way in the world and pursuing his literary gifts on the side The only thing he miss. Let me begin by saying that I will most likely be in the minority here with my thoughts on this story And the things that annoyed me other people may enjoy or at least be able to overlook What is it lately with novels where the main characters are so ridiculously prickly that they have to fight about everything all of the time What happened to stories that were romantic with just an occasional misunderstanding or argument to move the story alongEdward and Fenella had nothing between them but sex That was it The author wanted you to believe that they challenged one another but in reality their relationship was toxic And honestly for a gently bred young woman even if she did have radical leanings she was awful uick to jump into bed with a man she barely knew Now that I've gotten that out of the way let me back up a bit Edward has written a play A play that he is obviously both proud of and protective of And apparently he's been stalking Fenella long enough that he can't see anyone else being the Rose of his play Of course the author doesn't call it stalking merely that he's always outside of her house or catching glimpses of her here and there Either way its creepy Well as luck would have it our Fenella has been taking acting classes with the hopes of being on the stage one day an occupation that certainly would bring scandal to her family but I'll get to that later Edward gets Cedric's acting group to perform his play And starts yelling at them that they are doing things wrong Of course Fenella's Rose is ALL WRONG She goes to his lodgings Lodgings that his female landlady owns and yet allows a young unchaperoned and unmarried lady to go to his rooms alone Soon Fenella is lying to her parents bringing her best friend into her duplicity all so she can spend the night with a man she barely knows and honestly It didn't appear she liked him much either In fact throughout the entire book they do nothing but haze sex and argue And of course Edward can't simply let her walk away Oh no He must be heard NOW Things must be settled NOW He disregards her feelings he patronizes her at every turn and what's worse is she puts up with it Even when she tries to snap back at him he turns it around so he gets his way in all things It was ridiculous At some point I expected them to realize that they were being unfair to each other and frankly to grow up And yet instead of talking like rational adults they argued they went against each other Fenella does something she thinks will make Edward happy he yells at her on a very public street and accuses her of doing said thing for her own personal gain And then wonders why she refuses to speak with him In my opinion there was nothing to sell this story or this relationship If all of her relationships are this vexing I'm not sure if I would read from this authorDISCLAIMER I received a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review This has not affected my review in any way All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own

  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 304
  • Seduce Me with Sapphires The London Jewels Trilogy #2
  • Jane Feather
  • English
  • 10 August 2019
  • 9781420143621

About the Author: Jane Feather

Jane Robotham was born on 1945 in Cairo Egypt where her British parents were stationated She grew up in New Forest in the south of England She earned a Master’s Degree in Applied Social Studies from Oxford University In 1978 she her husband and their three children moved to New Jersey There she worked as a social worker She began writing in 1981 after another move this time to Washingt