Lucky in Love

Lucky in Love A Regency Romance Lord Warenne accepts a wager to court a desperate old maid he s never seen and have his marriage proposal rejected in front of witnesses He knows he ll win he s lucky But sometimes g

  • Title: Lucky in Love
  • Author: Cari Hislop
  • ISBN: 2940000695159
  • Page: 247
  • Format: Nook
  • A Regency Romance Lord Warenne accepts a wager to court a desperate old maid he s never seen and have his marriage proposal rejected in front of witnesses He knows he ll win he s lucky But sometimes good luck is really bad luck wearing a tawdry wig and lots of face paint Fate flips its coin Lord Warenne finds his world upside down when he realises that sometimes to wA Regency Romance Lord Warenne accepts a wager to court a desperate old maid he s never seen and have his marriage proposal rejected in front of witnesses He knows he ll win he s lucky But sometimes good luck is really bad luck wearing a tawdry wig and lots of face paint Fate flips its coin Lord Warenne finds his world upside down when he realises that sometimes to win is to lose.

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    About “Cari Hislop

    • Cari Hislop

      I m an American married to an adorable English Goblin I m an artist with a degree in fashion design, but I ve always been a story teller Stories are everywhere in every scent, every glimpse out of the corner of the eye The most magical moments of my life have been born of what if.I ve been making up stories as long as I can remember At ten I started writing it was a romance the girl s parents are killed by a plane falling on their house so of course she moves to England Don t ask me where she got the money or the passport I knew I was going to grow up to be an author All my artistic talents portrait artist, sculptor, illustrator converge on my favorite subject people I find both individuals and general humanity endlessly fascinating.

    745 thoughts on “Lucky in Love

    • One wordAdorable! =There is no other way to describe this book other than a truly adorable romantic comedy. It is farce, and obviously intended to be so. Though, at the same time, it is incredibly romantic and heartwarming. I won't give away any plot spoilers, but I will reveal just a few facts about the characters that really make this story special. The hero, Edmund, obviously suffers from OCD (Obsessive compulsive disorder), but of course the author never uses any of those three words to desc [...]


    • I didn't hate it but I really hope all the farcical things in this story was really meant to be funny/tongue-in-cheek otherwise I just spent hours laughing at(with) a book that's not meant to be funny at all. There were 8 mentions of 'luxurious throbbing' and 5 mentions of 'electric '. That's since I realize that I should count them for reference. I dare you NOT to laugh. It could have been so good! I love the idea of an OCD hero (according to the author, he's OCPD to be more accurate). But I di [...]



    • Cute, dumb fluff. Emphasis on dumb. It's a sweet story, but in desperate need of a professional editor's polish. There were too many typos to overlook. The phrase 'luxurious throbbing' was used to death. It didn't even make sense. It felt more like a description of an event. The hero even said it to the heroine at the end. I did not like the men in general. Making a wager on a girl's happiness. Two of them insisting she's going to marrying them despite her constant refusals. They were all overly [...]


    • This story is absolutely dreadful. At first it reads like a parody of a romance novel with a few amusing moments. Then the author resorts to crude sophomoric humor. There's no relationship between the hero and heroine. Their attraction is based solely on physical attraction and there are a lot of sentences describing just how they feel when they touch, especially Edmund. The secondary characters are mostly so over-the-top stereotypical. New characters are introduced halfway through and another s [...]


    • ***2.5***Lucky in Love is a free Regency romance (you can get it at regencyromancenovels/). Edmund, Earl of Warenne, made a bet with his friend that he will court his thirty-year old cousin and be rejected. He didn't expect Miss Priscilla Stanley, who consider herself doomed, which is not surprising considering her horrible relations. I just wish some horrible characters were punished.The story is silly, and I am a horrible person because I found Edmund's OCD hilarious.


    • Handsome rake Edmund, Lord Warenne, wagers a friend that he cannot get an old maid to decline his marriage proposal so off he goes to meet Priscilla Stanley.Edmund, of course, finds her charming, whilst she finds him detestable for a variety of reasons and now Edmund must pursue Priscilla.The book is marred with punctuation errors, and has so many ridiculous slapstick moments that it was difficult to enjoy the tale. Truly unfortunate, because the premise had so much potential.


    • This book is a novella. you can find it on the author webiste: regencyromancenovels/really cute sometimes funny.I wish it was a novel that was too short. That was so cute so marshmallow so >_<The hero is kind of pathetic. he has a severe lack of backbone but he is so endearing. so refreshing from the usually-rake-i'-m-a-stud-i-slept-with-half-London aka Manwhore IMHOat was light and sweet


    • LOL this was entertaining for sure. A good book to escape into when you need a break from the serious things of life. You can find it online for free at regencyromancenovelsIt's a quick, easy and enjoyable read.


    • It was an OK read, but kind of disappointing. I liked that she wrote from each character's point of view and you could see their motivation, but that's not enough. The characters were mean and nasty, or whimpy. It didn't make me care enough about the characters to see what happens to them next.


    • Something different to read after wading through long historicals. Funny in parts and quirky. Completely different. A few typing errors and mistakes - but many ebooks have those, which I usually overlook if an author is out there having a go.


    • An okay read. Actually very funny. The hero has a seriois case of OCD. It's not the best book I've read but it's quite interesting. A book that comes to mind is 'The Importance of Being Ernest'You can get it free at regencyromancenovels/c







    • I bought this book because it was free and actually ended up liking it quite a bit. This was a cute and funny read, though I wish it was 300 pages and not 100.




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