Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Christine Merrill wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. During a stint as a stay-at-home-mother, she. An Unladylike Offer By Christine Merrill – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Instead, she’ll offer herself to notorious rakeCaptain St. John Radwell and enjoy all the An Unladylike Offer. Front Cover · Christine Merrill.
|Country:||Trinidad & Tobago|
|Published (Last):||19 September 2005|
|PDF File Size:||8.23 Mb|
|ePub File Size:||10.52 Mb|
|Price:||Free* [*Free Regsitration Required]|
Enter your mobile number or email address below and we’ll send you a link to download the free Kindle App.
Then you can start reading Kindle books on your smartphone, tablet, or computer – no Kindle device required.
An Unladylike Offer – Christine Merrill – Google Books
To get the free app, enter your mobile phone number. Would you like to tell us about a lower price? Instead, she’ll offer herself to notorious rake Captain St. John Radwell and enjoy all the freedom of a mistress!
John is intent on mending his rakish ways. He won’t seduce an innocent virgin. But Esme is determined, beautiful and very, very tempting. Read more Read less. Books In This Series 4 Books. Page 1 of 1 Start Over Page 1 of 1. Kindle Cloud Reader Read instantly in your browser.
Customers who bought this item also bought. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Seducing unlafylike Stranger The Radwells Book 4.
Buy for others
Miss Compton’s Christmas Romance. Editorial Reviews About the Author Christine Merrill wanted to be a writer for as long as she can remember. During a stint as a stay-at-home-mother, she decided it was time to write that book. She could set her own hours and would never have to wear pantyhose to work! It was a slow start but she slogged onward and seven years later, she got the thrill of seeing her first book hit the bookstores.
Christine lives in Wisconsin with her family.
Visit her website at: Product details File Size: August 1, Sold by: Harlequin Digital Sales Corp. Share your thoughts with other customers. Write a customer review. Read reviews that mention inconvenient duchess unladylike offer john radwell good read read this book loved this book esme canville really liked reading the book read both books great read book inconvenient enjoyed this book book about st john father brother hero heroine mistress duke.
Showing of 44 reviews. Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. Kindle Edition Verified Purchase. This book is the sequel to The Inconvenient Duchess and focuses on the villain of that book.
After leaving with the emerald necklace the Duchess gave him, he had joined the army and served with distinction. After he leaves the army, he must live one year scandal free if he wants a reward offered to him by the Prince Regent. Esme Danville lives with her abusive father who wants to marry her off to a man his age, if not older and just as abusive. Seeing no way out, she decides to become someone’s mistress and thus get the marriage called off.
John breaking up with his mistress without laying a hand on her, she decides he is the one she wants. After hearing her outlandish and most unladylike proposal, he refuses and ends up taking her to his brother’s house, a place he is not welcome.
They do agree that they may stay under certain conditions. The duchess tries to introduce her to eligible men without success. Esme only has eyes for St.
John who is trying to live down his infamous and deal with an addiction to laudanum he uses to deal with wartime memories. It is hard to ignore Esme and his resolve slowly starts to crumble. After their inevitable return to London, Esme has to endure abuse from her father and despairs of not seeing St. He does get the reward and faces one challenge after another to rescue her and get their happily ever after.
Because I always wanted to know what happened to him after the end of the first book, I went ahead and bought this one. I think it is good and it kept my attention, something not all Regencies do. I do recommend it to others who read the first book not only because of St. John, but also shows how the people in the first book have prospered. I do suggest they read the books in order as events in the first book are mentioned more than once.
My Favorite of the series. St John was the villain in the first book of the series, The Inconvenient Duchess. In the years since the last novel, St John has transformed himself and is in the process of making himself into a respectable person. Esme, however, is looking for the villain. In order to avoid the arranged marriage her father has planned for her, Esme seeks St john to compromise her. St John, however, delivers her to his brother with whom he continues to have a strained relationship.
As could be expected, however, Esme and St John become involved in a relationship. I enjoyed this book because of the character of St john. I really disliked him in the first book and almost stopped reading the book because of him.
However, he has completely redeemed himself and I was deeply interested in how he has remade himself but still has to deal with his past.
His care and unladyluke of Esme despite his temptation demonstrates how his character has changed. The book is a lighter read and is not overly complicated or intense, but I enjoyed it and recommend it.
I read this ogfer directly after finishing curistine Inconvenient Duchess” as it follows up with the rake hell, St. John, from that book. Everything Christne enjoyed from “Duchess” was missing from this book. I have two quibbles with this book. The story is far too improbable in my opinion. I understand that historical fiction is written for a modern reader, so SOME historical cheistine will be ignored. However if I had only read this book by Merrill, I would assume she had chosen a time period at random and had read a wikipedia entry on Regency England as unladdylike only research.
John himself was a disappointment. To avoid spoilers I’ll just say that his coup de grace is not actually in this book, although it gets revealed in dialogue.
I would have rather read that story in full than this sordid little romp in implausible pornography. I read the first book, and Inconvenient Duchess, and it was a little scandalous but I guiltily enjoyed it anyway. This book was extra scandalous and not enjoyable. The main female lead just wasn’t likable to me- yeah, I was sorry her dad was horrible and beat her, but she just came across as a floozy. John wasn’t a unladyilke lead- I get that he’s trying to be good, and that’s admirable, but their whole relationship is just weird and messed up.
The book didn’t develop the emotional compatibility of the two characters very much, just had them both be attractive and she kept throwing herself at him, and then eventually they were somehow in love. Deleted it off my Kindle. I always enjoy reading stories that take the “bad guy” and try to redeem him.
Merrill convinced me with this one. Interesting H, but the h Sometimes I liked her Her relationship with her father was incomprehensible. The father, who is supposedly the villain almost plays no part in the pffer and resolution of the conflict.
An Unladylike Offer by Christine Merrill
I kept reading just to see how the H changes his ways. I also liked the role of Miranda, and the Duke. The main characters in the previous book.
They are not the “perfect couple” but there is a certain charm in flawed characters. One person found this helpful. Beautiful merrlll both leads tug at your heart; the storyline is plausible and dramatic while remaining believable and realistic; family dynamics are very well-done; sexual tension is exactly right.
I recommend this book, and separately, I also recommend the 1st book in this series. I loved seeing what St John was I loved seeing what St John was up to after he got banned from his brothers house. This was a little more sexually explicit than I am comfortable with, so I quickly skimmed over those parts.
I’m seeing that this is a part of her writing style, so I doubt I read any more of her books as I am chfistine bit of a prude. See all 44 reviews.