The Lady Ordinary Miss Amanda Hayworth has led a perfectly pleasant life Though her one brush with love ended in disappointment she is hopeful she will fulfill her parent s goal of marrying into the aristocracy And if

  • Title: The Lady Ordinary
  • Author: Michelle Morrison
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 169
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Miss Amanda Hayworth has led a perfectly pleasant life Though her one brush with love ended in disappointment, she is hopeful she will fulfill her parent s goal of marrying into the aristocracy And if love is not in the cards for her, surely she can find some useful purpose to her life, even if it puts her life in danger Viscount Oliver Howard feels responsible for theMiss Amanda Hayworth has led a perfectly pleasant life Though her one brush with love ended in disappointment, she is hopeful she will fulfill her parent s goal of marrying into the aristocracy And if love is not in the cards for her, surely she can find some useful purpose to her life, even if it puts her life in danger Viscount Oliver Howard feels responsible for the death of his cousin and heir Not wishing to visit heartbreak on his now required wife, Oliver decides to keep her at a careful distance That way, should either of them die, the other will be spared unbearable grief But sometimes the heart is not so logical Despite their desire to protect their hearts, Oliver and Amanda find a love powerful enough to healbut will they admit it before a mutual enemy brings about their destruction

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    1. 1.5 stars. While not terrible, this story was forgettable. I enjoyed the dual povs and the lack of OP drama, but the rest of it left me feeling underwhelmed. Maybe I'm just tired of the whole "I'm not going to ever love anyone because I've seen someone fall to pieces when she lost the one she loved" cliche. The back and forth of "I can't love her, maybe I love her, I can't love her, maybe I can" seesaw was exhausting and irritating. There was too much inner monologue and the wishy washiness of t [...]

    2. DNF, failed out at 33%. I like sympathetic, good characters but if you're writing a marriage of convenience plot you need SOME type of conflict, and it took too long for the conflict to appear and when it did, it was just too absurd. Bland hero finds a girl he likes and is attracted to, she feels the same, their families approve, they get married but oh no! He can't ever love her or let her fall in love because his cousin had a happy marriage before his tragic death and he doesn't want her to be [...]

    3. Great Read The characters were human and believable in all their imperfection. Wonderful read. Entertainment it and interesting. Both hero and heroine.

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