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Bedard a chance de experimentar uma aventura e se apresenta como Claire Campbell, uma atriz independente e confiante, a caminho de York para interpretar um novo papel. Julianne Effingham, prima de Judith. Paperbackpages.

Ligeiramente Maliciosos (Bedwyn Saga, #2) by Mary Balogh (3 star ratings)

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Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Law com o jovem Rannulf. Portanto vamos ao problema inicial da obra que foi o ligeiramentte Agora vamos aos pontos positivos finalmente. Diferente da protagonista, Rannulf foi um personagem bem desenvolvido e que conseguiu evoluir na narrativa.

It is one malicioss the rare book that I consider that Mary Balogh’s mediocre book. First, I didn’t like the beginning of the story. Although, I understand heroine’s, Judith, reasons about her choice for being together with a stranger at the first meeting, it is hard to accept.

The plot was not bad but I still can’t say that I read it with an enthusiasm. I think, Ms Balogh’s talent mostly charmed me to read the book till the end of it. Maybe with another aouthor, I might had not completed it. I will read It is one of ligeiraamente rare book that I consider that Mary Balogh’s mediocre book.

I will read other books maljciosos the series and I know that the best one is the last one in the series and I’ve already read it. Yet, I’ll read it again.

What can I say, I love reading Liigeiramente Balogh’s books. View all 4 comments. This was much better than the first in the series, if only ligriramente it didn’t depend on the two not talking things out. Okay, there was a little of that, but no more than reasonable and they don’t take long to get to the point. I had a hard time warming to either protagonist, however.

Judith was a strange mix of bold and withdrawn that ligeiranente barely maintained internal consistency. Unfortunately, her boldest moments involved pushing Ralf away and her most withdrawn were letting him push her.

That se This was ligeiramenre better than the first in the series, if only because it didn’t depend on the two not talking things out. That seemed rather convenient sometimes, but I can’t really call it manipulative on the ligeoramente part.


What I’m saying is that it fit, but I didn’t like it. Ralf, on the other hand, was a bit stubbornly emotionally constipated and his reactions and responses a little too unexamined. I think I wanted to like him more than I actually did, if that makes any kind of sense. And I liked many of the secondary characters, though there were a few too many despicable people at the center of the malicoosos pretty much the entire Effingham family was a dead loss.

And the story itself was kind of plodding, particularly with the crimes and accusations. I saw those coming miles away and was a little sad to see them fall out more or less along the lines I’d thought they would. So in all, this was better than the first, but with enough weaknesses to keep it a steady three stars. I was fully engaged throughout, but had hoped for more.

A note about Steamy: Solidly in the middle of my range.

There are three explicit sex scenes, though two of them really close to the start. Those actually worked rather well and acted as the center around which the rest of the story revolved in a good way. The third was nearly an afterthought and quite short but again, in service to the story and not in a bad way. This may have been the strongest aspect of the book, now I think on it. For logeiramente views on the great narration by Roslyn Landor and my general inability to coherently review audiobooks, see my review to Slightly Married.

Those comments apply as much for this book as they did for that one. In terms malliciosos the content, the first half of this is absolutely a five star read for me. The seduction and romance and sex of Rannulf and Judith’s mini-affair were absolutely top notch, particularly as narrated by Landor. I thought I was well on my way to the best Balogh I had read to d For my views on the great narration by Roslyn Landor and my general inability maliciooss coherently review audiobooks, see my review to Slightly Married.

I thought I was well on my way to the best Balogh I had read to date. Alas, I was let down significantly but the second half of this book. After the heady days of their affair have passed, Rannulf and Judith have to make sense of their relationship and their feelings as the people they actually are. Gosh it was tedious. There’s a tacked on plot line about some stolen jewels and Judith runs away which is the definition of stupid and completely out of character for her.

It just really didn’t hold together for me. I’ve split the difference on the rating and just gone for three stars. Quiero conocer al resto de los hermanos. This one started off really strong for me, though a bit silly at first, then it got bogged down by a lot of mean secondary characters.


The last half was the best ones the Bedwyns became involved. I maljciosos many parts of this one but it’s not my favorite by this author.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

To view it, click here. After reading the first two books in this series, and two other books by Balogh, I wasn’t ligeiraemnte much from Slightly Wicked. But I was pleasantly surprised. I didn’t absolutely love it, but I did enjoy it quite a bit. The book had much more character and emotion, plus a little more meat, than the others of hers. The other two Bedwyn books just seemed so cold and like a clinical narrative – though maybe I’m the only one who thinks that way.

The testimonials at the front of Slightly Wicked are g After reading the first two books in this series, and two maaliciosos books by Balogh, I wasn’t expecting much from Slightly Wicked. The testimonials at the front kaliciosos Slightly Wicked are glowing, calling Balogh’s books passionate and sensational and vivid.

Me, I just don’t see it. Slightly Wicked did have a bit more emotion to it, but I still didn’t find it ligeiramebte be something that really ligeiiramente at me.

The books is fairly typical for a historical Nothing all that original. But it worked for the story. Judith and Rannulf have a nice chemistry and the romance between them is developed fairly well. And I enjoyed the fact that the story had more meat to it; that it wasn’t just the characters fluttering about. It wasn’t suspenseful, but there was a nice added aspect of Jude being accused of stealing jewelry – though I must admit that I saw that plot point coming from ten miles away.

Like the other books, Balogh, in my opinion, portrays the Bedwyn’s in too negative a light. I still can’t stand Freyja, and unfortunately her book is next. She is just too judgmental and bitchy for my liking. I know Balogh is going for the hook that Wulf is cold-as-ice and you just can’t wait for his book to see him melted, but there’s a line between maliciosoz and outwardly cold character with hints of humanity, and a character that is hopelessly hard-hearted.

To me, she’s gone too far with Wulf.

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I can’t sympathize with him at all I’ve already read his book, months ago. I can’t remember a thing about it – which I suppose says a lot about the book. Lugeiramente the whole way he carries him drives me nuts.

I know it probably fits the times, but I can’t find much appealing about a guy who is described a thin-lipped with dead eyes, and who carries around and uses a jeweled quizzing glass and walks with an unneeded cane. And hearing about all the nights he spends with his mistress also doesn’t enamor me.