[EPUB] Josette When Hearts Dare #3 BY Kathleen Bittner Roth – chiangshistory.org
Josette is set in one of my favorite cities New Orleans "and I really felt like this is really how the city was in the 1850 s The relationship between Josette and "I really felt like this is really how the city was in the 1850 s The relationship between Josette and is electrifying Watching them both come to terms with their pasts and then are to imagine a happy future is the stuff Raising Gods Girl dreams are made of Josette is full of twists and turns that kept me on the edge of my seat to the last pageI hated to put itown Her brothers Oh my I am hoping they get their stories told in future books Ms Bittner Roth has very uickly become one of my all time favorite authors I can t wait for her next book I received an advance copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review The subtle nuances that Kathleen Bittner Roth interjects into her book Josette take her story from ordinary to extraordinary In the third work in her When Hearts Dare series this talented author with her wonderful written illustrations and research will take you from the upper echelons of 1850 s Louisiana society to the culture of the bayous The full on The Gulag Handbook drama and revelations that are exposed throughout this read are nicely tempered by Ms Bittner Roth s facility at portraying these events in a believable manner A notable secondary cast and a captivating hero and heroine willraw you into this tale of sultry love and intrigue By the time you turn the last page of Josette this terrific author will have you anticipating what she has in store next for her readers I received this ARC via NetgalleyWhile part of a series this book can be read as a stand alone I was The Beckoning Lady (Albert Campion drawn to this book by the cover I loved the redress and the house in the background The storyline seemed interesting and I had never read anything by this author so I thought I would give the book a tryUnfortunately the book turned out not being as good as I thought it would The characters really held no appeal to me I thought I would like Cameron the main male character at first but he just Will in the World didn tevelop as I thought he would Josette while being an independent woman was lacking I June Fourth Elegies didn t find her as independent and take charge as I thought she would be Alexiaidn t come across as a troubled youth but someone who was spoiled and a bit bratty And as for Josette s two brothers I just Baby and Child Vegetarian Recipes didn t care for them at allThis book is a bit lengthy and I think the story could have been told just as well with 50 100 fewer pages I began to lose interest in the story and kept hoping it would move along at a faster pace or that there were a lot of previews included at the end I was ready for this story to be over There were a couple of love scenes between the two main characters of the book that Iidn t find all that well written either I felt they could have been left out and the book wouldn t have lost anythingAll in all this wasn t a horrible book but wasn t the greatest book I ve read either This was the third book in the series and maybe if I had read the two previous I would feel The Confabulist different Ioubt I go back and read the other two thoughI received a free copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest opinion which I have given 25 stars
rounded I ve read this series from the beginning always on the hunt for books that use a settingI ve read this series from the beginning always on the hunt for books that use a setting than England or Scotland just to mix things up While I ve enjoyed the journey these aren t perfect must reads for me I was hoping with the New Orleans setting and a pre civil war timeframe that this story would avoid pitfalls common in the earlier titles in the series and Der Illusionist do justice to the gorgeous cover Josette is portrayed as a strong and independent young woman and while she had some backbone I found the constant reminders of her independence to be far freuent than her actual BEING that way With a young niece who was troubled if trouble means spoiled and willful heedless of others than she was right on target OK so Alexia had her points but the secrets and the connections that actually felt forced voodoo priestesses reunited crushes had me rolling my eyes than once Then you add in Josette s brothers and Nothing They were little than filler and annoying filler at that Cameron was ok nothing special He s archetypal widowed grieving come to find the clue to a mystery andetermined to not risk his heart Until laying eyes on Josette The purple tinged escriptive phrases were rampant and over used Hearts leaping. Monsieur Andrews welcome to my homeAt the smoky velvet sound Cameron swung around Every function in his body heart breath blood ceased to function She was lovely More than lovely Tendrils of raven hair framed a .
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Old smelly irty obnoxious and a "clearly very intelligent sneaky urchin claiming to be his child it turns out the urchin has "very intelligent sneaky urchin claiming to be his child it turns out the urchin has big secretDeciding to return the child to it s aunt Cameron is shocked to find that Aunt Josette is one of the most alluring and loveliest woman he s ever seen Since the Spring Comes to Sanctuary (Welcome to Sanctuary, death of his wife his body had shutown and now his heart and other bodily functions seemed to have sprung back to life Cameron Ask the Past didn t want to even like her considering that her two step brothers had nearly killed him so many years ago and the animosity he felt had not changed in the intervening years The romance was sensual and the protagonists gamely matched even though Josette had the advantage of knowing him from long ago when she was but a child Secret Number One Josette had fallen madly in love with the wild seventeen year old Cam had been Josette knew most of Cam s secrets while she still held on to hers of which there were many The flavor of the South of the Creole s and the history of New Orleans was remarkablyone with marvelous Riding Class (Saddle Club, descriptions of the food making me salivate All the suspense and secrets that emerged to explain away some of the hidden secrets that kept this story rolling at such a pleasing and rapid pace were pretty great twists I never imaginedBottom Line A very fine read from an author I am now looking forward to hearing from Marilyn Rondeau 45 stars I nearlyidn t read this one because the author s name is similar to another author s I m not sure it s Silver Stirrups (Saddle Club, doing this author any favours and I got them mixed up I m so glad Iid read it Even with the weird coverI am guilty of behaving like far too many historical romance readers and baulking at the prospect of reading about new time periods and settings It is no wonder the subgenre is so stagnant I am so glad I pushed myself to read Josette Different Class despite my initial reservations because this is one of the best historical romances I ve read in a whileSet in New Orleans in 1857 I cannot say what is accurate or inaccurate in the story but there are few historical romances that immerse you in a time and place as well as this oneoes And even considering that I ve recently been complaining about being SICK AND TIRED of books about single fathers and young widows this book features both I still enjoyed those aspects of the story The Short Stories by Roald Dahl daughter is a great characterI read Kathleen Bittner Roth sebut novel which was set in Victorian England and remember thinking she had talent but wasn t uite comfortable with her subject matter I see now that like most authors she tried her hand at a British setting which is practically what you have to Goldilocks the Three Bears do in order to get published while what she excels at is US history This was such an engrossing readThere is so much that can beone with this era of history and yet it seems there are so few authors willing to o it
know many to books about the titled classes because they on t want to read about Victorian era poverty but step Socialist Realism down one rung and life is still comfortable and also much fascinating I m no expert on New Orleans in any era but theifferent lifestyles represented in this one are fascinatingAnother point you I Look Up To... Michelle Obama don t need to read the rest of the series to read this oneIo think the book might be a little long but it is a minor complaint My other niggles are pretty specific Sex when gravely ill and sex when in 1850s Doctor Extraño dress 1857 was the era of the megaress the hoop skirt that even the media of the time ridiculed and also the era of the corset You re not going to just be lifting that thing up and going for it and nor is a lady going to able to feel much pressing against her belly in all that underwear and all those layers English public school private school It s a personal thing but I HATE the term hearti know many
jumped into their throat or variations of it it gives me a isgusting visual And it sinto their throat or variations of it it gives me a isgusting visual And it s in this book a lotI think it s important to support books like this one historical romances that Never Tell dare too something a little Feminism is for Everybody different Review copy provided by NetGalley Historical romance fans willelight in this beautiful love story A medley of unusual characters make up this creative book along with the setting of New Orleans The young girl Alexia stole the show for me It was such a treat to read Josette and Cameron s book Before this I had never heard of this author Can t wait for. Roke her skin To possess her But would his wealth and worldly experience be a match for the free spirited Cajun born widow Across the oceans between worlds old and new two lost souls find themselves at a crossroa. .
Into throats needing to possess fiery independence Fine once but after that it becomes too much Show me the attraction or trait make me feel itThe New Orleans of the mid 19th century WAS CLEARLY THE STANDOUT IN THIS clearly the standout in this Beautifully portrayed and Deterring Democracy developed you can feel the humidity in the air Other moments ofescription are wonderfully eveloped and present a clear visual image and added to the moments of enjoyment for this story With elements and action that felt forced a commonality in all 3 books the story read longer than it was and the moments of sparkle were too infreuent for me to give this an unconditional recommendation If you enjoyed the earlier titles in this series this will be one you will like as well I received an eArc copy of the title from the publisher via NetGalley for purpose of honest review I was not compensated for this review all conclusions are my own responsibility Posted on What I m ReadingTruth be told I wasn t sure how I was going to feel about Josette because there is a lot going on in the story First off we have Cameron who has been a widow for about two years and he finds out he had a long lost aughter He finds out about 14 years later Yeah that s a lot to take in and to top it off he finds himself attracted to her aunt We meet Josette who is also a widower too We also found out that she use to have a crush on Cameron but became angry when he knocked up her sisters child She still held on to this resentment However there is behind how her sister ended up with a child from Cameron We can t forget to mention Cameron s Hunters Heart daughter Alexia Boy that girl is trouble Being thrown into immediate father roll hasn t been easy and he says some hurtful things In the story we see Cameron trying to build a relationship with hisaughter and Menneskefluene (K2 draw closer to Josette We have these two I loved Josette by Kathleen Bittner Roth The characters especially Josette and Cameron kept me reading to see what would happen next And Alexia I hope there is coming with her next adventures Kathleen s historical research is so inepth and interesting the Nazi Gold details really bring the time period the characters and the New Orleans setting to life Great historical romance Looking forward to from Kathleen Bittner RothI received an advance copy of this book from the publisher in exchange for an honest review Captivating suspense set in New Orleans Kathleen Bittner Roth created with Josette a passionate story with rich characters in a complex love story filled with seduction and mystery Josette caught my attention till the very end I couldn t put itown A real page turner Isn t the cover gorgeous it really represents Josette a proud and Mr Majeika and the School Inspector determine woman I loved Josette and Cameron I liked the secondary characters too Alexia and Josette s two brothers which added a touch of New Orleans Voodoo charm Josette is a strong minded and stubborn woman who knows what she wants and isetermined to get the man she loves She owns a beautiful home in New Orleans but something is missing in her life Until Cameron a high sea captain shows up at her steps with an unusual reuest As soon as Cameron meets Josette he is faced with ifficult choices to make The chemistry is sizzling between Josette and Cameron Another person is added to the euation the cute and charming Alexia Lots of mystery and twists and turns in their story Will Josette leave her New Orleans hometo be with "the man she loves Will she steal his heart Will Cameron make up his mind Will they travel "man she loves Will she steal *his heart Will Cameron make up his mind Will they travel *heart Will Cameron make up his mind Will they travel the high Seas What will happen to AlexAnother beautiful romantic written by this wonderful author A must to readI received an eARC of this book from the publisher and NetGalley in exchange for an honest review To be released on Sept 29th I happened to read the first book from this series and was than willing to go and pick up another by this very talented author Ms Roth has with JOSETTE created another very imaginative historical romance with both surprises and twists which believe me I never saw comingFirst of all Cameron Andrews a very wealthy shipping magnate is still after two years grieving over the eath of both his wife and newborn infant He has returned to New Orleans from San Francisco on one of his ships only to be introduced to a raggedy urchin stowaway who if it were to be believed called him papa Not only is this fourteen year. Ace so exuisite it isarmed him Her mouth a soft ewy pink parted And those eyes as Doctor Strange, Vol. 2 dark as Creole coffee intelligent and assessing roamed over him and then back to take hold of his He needed to step closer to st.
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