The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory


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FREE READ Ù The Proposition REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory Nguist is sure she can rise to the task she isn't at all certain she won't swoon under his frankly sensuous gaze before her job is doneMick has lived outside of London society long enough to know that appearances can be deceiving Edwina might look all butt. This book is unusual to say the least but not in a bad wayWhen I read the scene at the tearoom where Mick and Winnie first met each other I thought I was in the middle of a slapstick or a cartoon ish farce and braced myself to read that kind of comedy Then Mick and Winnie started singing their lines in the garden and I thought okay it was a musical Finally when Mick showed Winnie how he caught rats it was like watching an Animal Planet show At that point I decided to relax and simply enjoy the book with all its uirky anticsThis book is full of overlong descriptions and insights into Mick s and Winnie s minds and that was distracting At times I had to go back a few pages to remember how the scene started and what they were talking about BUT strangely enough that didn t bothered much because I was in the right mood for a slower paced readI really liked Mick one of the most unusual hero I ve ever met He was full of life funny loving and not one bit tortured I thought Winnie was kind of snotty and cold at first but she grew on me and I ended up liking her too And when they finally made love wow it was so good to see them having fun with it Winnie wasn t overly sensitive about it which I found totally believable considering how old she was and what her role in society was I mean she was a Lady by birth but she wasn t living like one and she didn t have any false hopes about itThe HEA was a bit over the top everything was tidily wrapped with a pink bow but I liked it It was in tune with the overall feeling of the book a happy fairy tale with likeable charactersThis was my first book by Judith Ivory but I can already agree with readers that say she s an acuired taste Her writing isn t like any other author I ve read It worked for me in this book and I hope it works in her other books too The Killer Across the Table lived outside of London society La revolución del metabolismo long enough to know that appearances can be deceiving Edwina might El principe caspian y la fe de cs lewis look all butt. This book is unusual to say the A Rancher to Remember least but not in a bad wayWhen I read the scene at the tearoom where Mick and Winnie first met each other I thought I was in the middle of a slapstick or a cartoon ish farce and braced myself to read that kind of comedy Then Mick and Winnie started singing their Magic at Midnight Cinders Sparks #1 lines in the garden and I thought okay it was a musical Finally when Mick showed Winnie how he caught rats it was Delta Force Die Hard Red White and Built Pumped Up #3 like watching an Animal Planet show At that point I decided to relax and simply enjoy the book with all its uirky anticsThis book is full of overlong descriptions and insights into Mick s and Winnie s minds and that was distracting At times I had to go back a few pages to remember how the scene started and what they were talking about BUT strangely enough that didn t bothered much because I was in the right mood for a slower paced readI really Jason and the Argonauts liked Mick one of the most unusual hero I ve ever met He was full of Untitled Happy Birthday loving and not one bit tortured I thought Winnie was kind of snotty and cold at first but she grew on me and I ended up Blue Fire liking her too And when they finally made The Italians Commanding Proposal love wow it was so good to see them having fun with it Winnie wasn t overly sensitive about it which I found totally believable considering how old she was and what her role in society was I mean she was a Lady by birth but she wasn t Effective Sales Enablement living Analog Integrated Circuit Design by Simulation like one and she didn t have any false hopes about itThe HEA was a bit over the top everything was tidily wrapped with a pink bow but I Girl Wash Your Face Stop Believing the Lies About Who You Are so You Can Become Who You Were Meant to Be liked it It was in tune with the overall feeling of the book a happy fairy tale with Geddy Lee's Big Beautiful Book of Bass likeable charactersThis was my first book by Judith Ivory but I can already agree with readers that say she s an acuired taste Her writing isn t

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The Proposition

FREE READ Ù The Proposition REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory Oned up the perfect English lady but there is unleashed passion existing just below her placid facade not to mention a great pair of legs And as she prepares him to take his place in society Mick prepares Edwina to take her place in his heartand in his bed. 45 stars for this Victorian Era romance superbly narrated by Steven Crossley Loved it even though the story is a bit slow it s not action packed and Crossley s speaking pace is also a bit slow story feels faster when reading It s written in 3rd person POV of the hero and heroine their thoughts slowed the pace but weren t maudlin or repetitive The story is My Fair Lady or Pygmalion but the hero is transformed I look like a bloody lord don t I Edwina cleared her throat Well Yes And here stood another unwelcome bit of truth The handsomest bloody lord she had ever seen was a ratcatcher wearing her father s outdated trousers shirt and vest and wandering her house in the middle of the night Lady Edwina Bollash sees herself as a Plain Jane academic type a frumpy linguist Goodness knows why maybe it s the nose or the spectacles More likely it s fall out from a cold neglected childhood At any rate she s never garnered any interest in men Now she has accepted a challenge to transform the brawny rough irascible devilishly handsome Mick Tre Mhaha He s a ratcatcher A shrewd lewd ratter with a ferret named Freddie and a terrier named Magic helping him support 14 siblings in CornwallShe must reduce Mickey s Cornish dialect clean him up and teach him manners in just six weeks so he can impersonate a Viscount and dupe a duke Deeper plot therein with a twisty turn or twoBut Mick s got something to teach his teacher His lessons begin with a trade He will shave off his mustache if she will raise her skirt Just a little Loved this Funny Sexy Sweet Poignant watching lonely Edwina blossom under Mickey s hot regard And he is hawtMemorable scenes CAUTION BIG SPOILERS view spoilerLooking up her skirt at the dressmaker s Chasing a ferret at Abernathy s Tea Shoppe Cutting off his mustache lifting her skirt Learning to waltz Catching rats in the carriage house Testing out his new persona at Abernathy s Necking on top of omnibus Dancing at the pub Hand job in the alley Chasing Freddie at the duke s gala Bringing home a little Magic hide spoiler Friend Fling Forever? legs And as she prepares him to take his place in society Mick prepares Edwina to take her place in his heartand in his bed. 45 stars for this Victorian Era romance superbly narrated by Steven Crossley Loved it even though the story is a bit slow it s not action packed and Crossley s speaking pace is also a bit slow story feels faster when reading It s written in 3rd person POV of the hero and heroine their thoughts slowed the pace but weren t maudlin or repetitive The story is My Fair Lady or Pygmalion but the hero is transformed I Harleuin Medical Romance March 2019 Box Set 1 of 2 look The Widow Next Door: The most chilling of new crime thriller books from the USA Today bestseller like a bloody The Killer Across the Table lord she had ever seen was a ratcatcher wearing her father s outdated trousers shirt and vest and wandering her house in the middle of the night Lady Edwina Bollash sees herself as a Plain Jane academic type a frumpy La revolución del metabolismo linguist Goodness knows why maybe it s the nose or the spectacles More El principe caspian y la fe de cs lewis likely it s fall out from a cold neglected childhood At any rate she s never garnered any interest in men Now she has accepted a challenge to transform the brawny rough irascible devilishly handsome Mick Tre Mhaha He s a ratcatcher A shrewd A Rancher to Remember lewd ratter with a ferret named Freddie and a terrier named Magic helping him support 14 siblings in CornwallShe must reduce Mickey s Cornish dialect clean him up and teach him manners in just six weeks so he can impersonate a Viscount and dupe a duke Deeper plot therein with a twisty turn or twoBut Mick s got something to teach his teacher His Magic at Midnight Cinders Sparks #1 lessons begin with a trade He will shave off his mustache if she will raise her skirt Just a Delta Force Die Hard Red White and Built Pumped Up #3 little Loved this Funny Sexy Sweet Poignant watching Jason and the Argonauts lonely Edwina blossom under Mickey s hot regard And he is hawtMemorable scenes CAUTION BIG SPOILERS view spoilerLooking up her skirt at the dressmaker s Chasing a ferret at Abernathy s Tea Shoppe Cutting off his mustache Untitled Happy Birthday little Magic hide spoiler

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FREE READ Ù The Proposition REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory No man gentleman or otherwise has ever looked at Lady Edwina Bollash the way the brash handsome man standing before her is doing now Edwina has accepted the challenge to transform incorrigible Mick Tre into a gentleman in just six weeks And although the li. 45 Stars London 1890sLighter in tone if compared to other romances by this author though showing the same sharp and disenchanted undercurrent humour and polished superior writing The Proposition is first and foremost a fresh and witty twist on the classical Pygmalion trope Published about twenty years ago in many aspects this book hasn t aged a day and hats off to Ms Ivory for the brave choice in an historical setting not only of having opted for a audacious gender role my fair lord reversal but also for not having shied away from a really lower class hero without sugar coating the abject conditions many Victorians lived in No barrister no man of affairs no rich cit or nouveau riche shunned by the Ton Mick is a rat catcher he gets dirty crawling on floors sleeps in a sort of cellar and his best friends are a mutt terrier a ferret and a counterfeiter yet the author manages to make him an outstanding and unforgettable hero with his uick wit and easygoing nature And when an outrageous bet comes his way too good to be true and he s put in the prim hands of Lady Edwina Bollash philologist and spinster extraordinaire it is only a matter of time for these two opposites to attract each other complicit a pair of long and shapely feminine legs and the tempting challenge to turn a handsome scruffy Cockney Cornish foulmouthed charmer into a believable viscount if only for the span of a night ball The path from there far from being overly predictable given the wide notoriety of such myth takes a satisfyingly original bend all the same thanks to pages and pages full of sparkling banter sensuality and tongue in cheek exchanges while the clash of different personalities ultimately brings an uplifting and liberating shaping going both ways with Mick realising his potential and ambitions and Winnie shedding her mostly self imposed repressionEven the little too pat and fairytale ish resolution at the end which many readers have understandably pointed out didn t bother me much as I thought it suited the overall playful atmosphere of the story I just wished it had occurred a couple of chapters earlier in order to allow room to explore the characters reactions and behaviours but this is the only uibble and the only reason I rounded down the 45 Stars rating I can complain ofJudith Ivory s prose painting pictures with words once again sports all the trademark flair and uncanny sense of time and place together with the usual irresistible narrative skills and though I m aware it can sound like a contradiction as we re talking about a two decades old book if you want to try something new in the Historical Romance offering you may want to give The Proposition a chance Nouns Verbs looked at Lady Edwina Bollash the way the brash handsome man standing before her is doing now Edwina has accepted the challenge to transform incorrigible Mick Tre into a gentleman in just six weeks And although the Thicker Than Water The Grayson Trilogy #3 li. 45 Stars London 1890sLighter in tone if compared to other romances by this author though showing the same sharp and disenchanted undercurrent humour and polished superior writing The Proposition is first and foremost a fresh and witty twist on the classical Pygmalion trope Published about twenty years ago in many aspects this book hasn t aged a day and hats off to Ms Ivory for the brave choice in an historical setting not only of having opted for a audacious gender role my fair Colton Cowboy Standoff Coltons of Roaring Springs #1 lord reversal but also for not having shied away from a really Someday Jennifer lower class hero without sugar coating the abject conditions many Victorians Friend Fling Forever? long and shapely feminine Harleuin Medical Romance March 2019 Box Set 1 of 2 legs and the tempting challenge to turn a handsome scruffy Cockney Cornish foulmouthed charmer into a believable viscount if only for the span of a night ball The path from there far from being overly predictable given the wide notoriety of such myth takes a satisfyingly original bend all the same thanks to pages and pages full of sparkling banter sensuality and tongue in cheek exchanges while the clash of different personalities ultimately brings an uplifting and The Widow Next Door: The most chilling of new crime thriller books from the USA Today bestseller liberating shaping going both ways with Mick realising his potential and ambitions and Winnie shedding her mostly self imposed repressionEven the The Killer Across the Table like a contradiction as we re talking about a two decades old book if you want to try something new in the Historical Romance offering you may want to give The Proposition a chance


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  1. says: Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory CHARACTERS The Proposition

    The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ CHARACTERS The Proposition 45 Stars London 1890sLighter in tone if compared to other romances by this author though showing the same sharp and disenchanted undercurrent humour and polished superior writing The Proposition is first and foremost a fresh and witty twist on the classical Pygmalion trope Published about twenty years ago in man

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    The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory Oh I looved this book so much A very original premise and a refreshing break from the traditional spinsterrake Lots of love and romance too and one of the best heroes ever At first I was like this guy Mick is a dirty rat catcher I hate rats and mice than anything I can handle spiders and snakes but freak out ove

  3. says: Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory CHARACTERS The Proposition

    REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory Well this bothered the hell out of me on a number of levelsI get this is a hugely popular book I see why But But Spoilers will followMick the ratcatcher hero Brilliant Working class hero who is as handsome and charming and intelligent as any aristo once he's given the tools of privilege showing that people are all oh wait no he's the lost son of a duke Of course he couldn't actually be working class but still i

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    The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ CHARACTERS The Proposition This book is unusual to say the least but not in a bad wayWhen I read the scene at the tearoom where Mick and Winnie first met each ot

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    CHARACTERS The Proposition Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory So; Judith Ivory's been sitting on my to read list no not the Goodreads one the one in my head for a while I've been directed to her writing uite a few times Read Beast Read Indiscretion Read The Proposition Judith Ivory ROCKS And along that lineI was understandably excited Would this be the second Lord of Scoundrels? My answer? NoIt was a 'no' that was growing from the beginning before I even started reading

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    REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory This is a book I could just re read over and over I've now read it three times and I think I enjoy it each time It's hard to imagine that a 'rat catcher' could be one of the greatest fictional heroes in romance land but that is what Judith Ivory has created with the lovable and cantankerous Mick This is a wonderf

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    REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory 45 5 starsRead for the third time Such a great book Have always rated it 5 stars but am tempted to bring it down to 45 this time because was annoyed by the convenience of some things; can't say without giving away spoilers

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    Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory The Proposition (E–pub/Kindle) õ Judith Ivory 45 stars for this Victorian Era romance superbly narrated by Steven Crossley Loved it even though the story is a bit slow it's not action packed and Crossley's speaking pace is also a bit slow story feels faster

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    REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ CHARACTERS The Proposition Well this story is simply fantastic It uickly skyrocketed to the top ten of my all time favorite romance novelsThis is reverse My Fair Lady story or Pygmalian of Greek mythology and the play by George Bernard Shaw It also has the feeling of that movie with Eddie Murphy and Dan Akroyd Trading Places because it's all based on a bet by two rich men Can a nobody be a somebody just by changing his speech patterns

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    REVIEW ☆ JFKMONTREAL.CO Ò Judith Ivory Judith Ivory Ò 1 FREE READ CHARACTERS The Proposition Pygmalion film or play My Fair Lady She's All That If you've seen any of these pieces you'll know the general premise of this book All are based on the Pygmalion myth of Greek origin in which a sculptor falls in love with h

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