Melissa Schroeder is always on my “must be read list” and The Accidental Countess is a perfect example why! — Melissa, Joyfully Reviewed-Joyfully. “The Accidental Countess” by Melissa Schroeder Being a spinster was much easier than becoming the accidental countess and it definitely. Being a spinster was much easier than becoming the accidental countess and it definitely didn’t prepare her for falling in love. Book One in the Once Upon an.
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Surely that’s what every woman wants? She has to be awesome and know she’s awesome. Though she does suffer from Beautiful All Along. I am now scrambling to find other books in this series as Countes look forward to reading more about this cast of characters.
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. At first, there’s a lot of push and pull between Sebastian and Colleen since neither one wanted to be married period, and not just with each other. The Accidental Countess Once upon an Accident.
Sometimes I really hate how bad two stars looks. In all the books I’ve ever read, I don’t know why it didn’t occur to someone sooner that the heroine of accidentall story should schroeded pluck the hero out of the snow and save the day from the very beginning! A nice easy read.
Still, her guilt won’t allow her to leave Sebastian passed out in the snow. Not that this isn’t any good.
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Can a match like this ever turn to love? I really liked the character of Cicily and look forward to reading her story.
The way that Ms. Their motivations are unclear, beyond the obvious “greed,” I did like the hero and I got used to the heroine who was single-mindedly annoying for the first bit. But before he can declare his feelings, he must protect her from an enemy who wants them both dead. Sebastian totally reminded me of a Loretta Chase hero — you know the type — Fights falling in love but really is completely besotted with the heroine pretty much from the start?
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The meliswa scenes were quite tame and generally it’s a good story. This story kept me interested and flowed well. The heroine, Colleen Macgregor, was a bit sassy, which I liked. After becoming hooked, she read close to novels in one year, deciding that romance was her xountess calling instead of the literary sh Born to an Air Force family melossa an Army hospital Melissa has always been a little bit screwy.
And, of course, the heate At first, there’s a lot of push and pull between Sebastian and Colleen since neither one wanted to be married period, and not just with each other. Though this didn’t really enthrall me, the writing was excellent, as could be expected from Ms Schroeder. The description or the historical feel wasn’t there, the author focused on the characters and the story.
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I loved this book! Let me start off by saying that I read book 2, Lessons in Seduction, before I read this one. Once Upon An Accident 4 books. Paperbackpages.
What a fun book! I liked the natural progression of that.
Mar 12, Jayne added it. And that’s not awesome. I love d Sebastian and colleen Still, her guilt won’t allow her to leave Sebastian wchroeder out in the snow.
This was a great historical romance. She especially doesn’t want a titled man. I enjoyed the heroine’s strong personality and her quick wit. Born to an Air Force family at an Army hospital Melissa has always been a little bit screwy.
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So really she’s awesome, but thinks she’s the opposite of awesome. Oh well, he’s promised to marry her to save her reputation, and then counteas to London so she can conveniently ‘kill him off’ since he’s been going by his name and not his title in her village.
Colleen MacGregor doesn’t like rich men, especially rich titled men. Book One in cohntess Once Upon an Accident series. Watching these two work their way to each other is an entertaining read. She has no plans to marry but when found alone with him it is either marry or have her reputation ruined. It is, I liked the characters and how they fell in love with each other.
Who was this man and what was he hiding? The hero, Sebastian Ware, was a bore.