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The Heir (Anglais) Relié – 26 avril 2000

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"One of the most reliable authors around. Her books are well-paced and well-written, filled with stong character, humor, interesting plots -- and, of, course, romance."" --Cincinnati Enquirer" --Ce texte fait référence à une édition épuisée ou non disponible de ce titre.

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The many wondrous gifts of Johanna Lindsey—her fiery and endearing characters, her enthralling stories, her ingenious blending of passion, wit, and emotion—are all on glorious display in this unforgettable tale about an unwanted title and an unexpected love.

Has anyone in London ever taken part in the coming-out Season with less enthusiasm than Sabrina? Luckily, the most sought-after lady in the city has agreed to usher this young, lovely country girl through the perils and pitfalls of her all-important first season.

Dashing highlander Duncan MacTavish is even less keen to be in London. Having recently learned he is the sole heir of an English marquis, Duncan is now required to assume his grandfather's title and estates—and to marry Sabrina's ravishing, viper-tongued guide, who has been heard to make scathing statements in public about her "Scottish barbarian" groom-to-be.

His unwanted betrothal, however, has brought Duncan into close proximity with the enchanting Sabrina—a kindred spirit whose wit delights him . . . and whose essence is the exquisite stuff of dreams. But duty, station, and a secret that dwells in the lady's past forbid Sabrina's and Duncan's desired union—unless true love can somehow miraculously find a way.

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 Dowdy English Country Lass Wins the Strapping Scottish Heir's Heart 4 juillet 2015
Par Marty Greer Robinson - Publié sur
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The nondescript, untitled female character (Sabrina) is the unlikely choice for the handsome, strapping Scottish lad who recently learned he has a significant inheritance and title awaiting him in England (which, predictably, he despises as a Scot). He is originally paired with a stunning yet spoiled debutante of the season, but it is quickly discovered that they are not a match. He forges a friendship with the country girl neighbor Sabrina but suddenly begins to look at her differently and develops a romantic interest. The "switch" is pretty sudden and not very well presented, so it feels a little less romantic at first, but the book heats up and gets a little more interesting with the twists that follow. Unfortunately, the portrayal of the jilted fiancee taints the reader's opinion of her as the heroine in the second installment of this series which makes that book a little less appealing, but overall, a good read.
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1.0 étoiles sur 5 Not worth it 25 mars 2016
Par Gia - Publié sur
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I want to start out by saying I read this book for the first time several years ago when it was new on the shelves. I was maybe 11 at the time I don't recall, but I do remember thinking the book was very Good and I enjoyed it. So when, years later, I stumbled across it in the kindle edition I thought it would make a great re-read. I couldn't have been more wrong; and I can only attribute my thinking this book was good to youth and I may have exaggerated it in my memory. DO NOT WASTE YOUR TIME reading this book. I cannot stress that enough. The heroine is Sabrina, however the story is more focused on Ophelia reid (the book series is even called the Reid family). This thoroughly annoyed me. Sabrina is portrayed as unattractive but curvaceous and witty. Her "wit" reads very annoyingly and nonsensical. Also, her character is very weak. She is basically a doormat for everyone in the book, including the hero. He uses her to cheer him up before miraculously falling in love with her, Raphael Locke uses her to relieve his boredom, Ophelia Reid uses her to secure an invitation to summersglade and as a gopher to deliver letters. Overall, her character was very irritating, boring and unbelievable. The hero was not much better and reminded me of an affable buffoon. He seemed not to think of anything, such as storming into Ophelias room or leaving when he realized she wasn't properly dressed. He was very immature and seemed unable to think independently. As for Ophelia; I felt she was a huge cliche. The too pretty mean girl. I got so tired of reading how stunning she was and how she was the most gorgeous woman in creation. Overall this book was very boring (took me about two weeks to read!) I thought the plot was ridiculous, and very slow. The main characters didn't meet each other until several chapters in. I felt no real chemistry between them. No depth to the plot at all, no character substance. The hero just wakes up one day and realizes he's passionately in love w. The heroine. I thought Sabinas family scandal incredibly stupid. I felt like this book was written by a very inexperienced author when I know Johanna Lindsey can deliver amazing work. However, this is not one of them. Save your money and time on this poorly written book.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Sweet and Silly..... 12 février 2014
Par Jen - Publié sur
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Duncan is the only heir between his Scottish and English families. The tug of war started before his birth and has continued throughout his life unbeknownst to him. He's grown up learning to manage the Scottish side of his families estate and is now being called home to England to meet his English grandfather for the first time and his betrothed (who he didn't know about). Duncan is angry and not about to passively accept his choices being made for him, but out of respect for a promise made by his deceased mother he will at least visit his family in England.

Sabrina is a simple country girl making her London debut, she finds the city intolerable, but makes the best of it to please her aunts who have raised her from a young girl. When an old ridiculous family scandal resurfaces she is gladly forced back to the country where she meets and makes friends with the highland barbarian next door.

In my unprofessional opinion this book is written well, all the t's crossed all the i's dotted, the dialogue flows, the characters have depth. The flirting and emotional connection are good, the steamy scenes were ok, not great. The storyline is where I had some problems, it spiraled out of control into eye rolling silliness towards the end. To me it felt like a lazy way to fill a decent book with stupid behavior that cheapened the characters. It was still worth reading, but I am saddened that it went that way. I love her Mallory Family series the best and I haven't found to many of her other books that can compare to those.

3.0 étoiles sur 5 First Half of the Book Great - Last Half - BORING! 5 novembre 2012
Par Judge Tabor - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
In perusing Johanna Lindsay's books, I saw that "The Devil Who Tamed Her" had some fairly good reviews but some reviewers indicated that one needed to read "The Heir" first. I don't necessarily read all the books in a series but decided that I would go ahead and buy "The Heir" before I purchased the next in this series even though the reviews on "The Heir" were overall not that great.

I have about 400 Regency Romances on my Kindle and normally read a few each week. I must say I loved Sabrina and found her one of the few Regency heroines who seemed to be at great peace with who she was as a person. She enjoyed her own company, could make light of her family's "scandal" which wasn't really nearly as much of a scandal as people tried to make it. She was capable of enjoying the the simple things in life and had no great expectations of anyone.

Enter the handsome Duncan MacTavish who has been set up with a fiancee, Ophelia, who is an erstwhile friend of Sabrina's. Ophelia proves over and over again that she is not a friend of anyone and in fact is sadly lacking in the most basic of ethics. Duncan isn't fooled by Ophelia at all and immediately rejects her as a fiancee. Instead, he forms a great friendship with Sabrina which slowly turns into something more.

First great dislike: When Duncan nearly ruined his budding relationship with Sabrina by rushing into a physical relationship. Very poorly done.

Second great dislike: After Duncan is caught in Ophelia's room (he went there to chew her out because she had hurt Sabrina's feelings) and Ophelia becomes "ruined," the book turned into page after page of nonsense with everyone trying to figure out what could be done so that Duncan wouldn't have to marry Ophelia.

I simply found the second half of the book boring.
3.0 étoiles sur 5 Kindle format has some issues. 30 septembre 2013
Par Amanda - Publié sur
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Let me start by saying I'm big Johanna Lindsey fan, the Mallory family series especially. Like others said these characters don't have quite the depth one usually expects from Lindsay. Nevertheless I enjoyed the story.

My biggest problem with this book, however, isn't with the author, plot, or storyline. It is with it's translation into Kindle format. The number of typographical errors is outrageous! The story is, obviously, romance and the word "marry" is used dozen upon dozens of times. Except that it isn't, because in well over half the instances in which "marry" is used it is replaced by the word "many". That, among other errors, had me contemplating asking for my money back by about halfway through because it was so very annoying. I ended up finishing the book and didn't ask for a refund, simply because it seems a petty thing to do.

The book would have gotten four stars if it weren't for the errors.
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