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  1. Sarah Mac Sarah Mac says:

    YMMV So far as sweet romances go, this is fine light, frothy, easy on the brain The premise is a good one The MCs are adequate likable, excepting the hero s cookie cutter Faithless Female issues That trope is sooooo overused annoying But sweet isn t really my style The beginning is strong vivid, but then the dangerous and or tense elements kinda fizzle only to be halfheartedly rekindled in the final 20 odd pages for a meh finale to make way for the cheesy, spoonfed developm YMMV So far as sweet romances go, this is fine light, frothy, easy on the brain The premise is a good one The MCs are adequate likable, excepting the hero s cookie cutter Faithless Female issues That trope is sooooo overused annoying But sweet isn t really my style The beginning is strong vivid, but then the dangerous and or tense elements kinda fizzle only to be halfheartedly rekindled in the final 20 odd pages for a meh finale to make way for the cheesy, spoonfed development standard Regency Romance revelations Plot threads that could either build the danger or show Selina s development outside her dialogues with Edward are undercooked or dropped altogether like, say, learning table etiquette from a young child the latter , or the gamekeepers threats against her safety the former It was a plot that had plenty of opportunity to grow, but repeatedly veered away in favor of rehashing yet again how she thinks he wants a loveless marriage he thinks she hates him As I said, YMMV It s not a bad read, per sejust not my type I needdepth danger in my romances light frothy makes me zone out It wasn t badly written, I m willing to try this newbie Harley author again But be warned it s not nearly as suspenseful as the blurb implies


  2. Frankie (Chicks, Rogues and Scandals) Frankie (Chicks, Rogues and Scandals) says:

    Wow Just wow, I am completely blown away by this beautiful book If I didn t know that this was Joanne Johnson s debut, I would never have believed it The quality of Ms Johnson s writing is beyond good, she had me gripped from that very first page, I couldn t turn the pages fast enough I was gripped by the original and imaginative plot, this is a fantastic addition to ever increasing Mills and Boon Historical Romances My goodness, what an opening From that very first fast action and thrilli Wow Just wow, I am completely blown away by this beautiful book If I didn t know that this was Joanne Johnson s debut, I would never have believed it The quality of Ms Johnson s writing is beyond good, she had me gripped from that very first page, I couldn t turn the pages fast enough I was gripped by the original and imaginative plot, this is a fantastic addition to ever increasing Mills and Boon Historical Romances My goodness, what an opening From that very first fast action and thrilling page, I was hooked I could feel Selina s fear as she rode to evade the mob out for her blood, the tension was palpable, my heart was in my throat as I read That is great skill to have the reader go through so many emotional and feel completely connected with the character from the very first page Ms Johnson certainly knows how to grab a person s attention, this is a stonking great start to what I know is going to be a long and brilliantly successful career This is predominately an Enemies to Lovers trope, which is my whole time favourite in all the romance tropes Romani Selina has grown to detest all gentry, which once you find out her history and the story behind her hate you can really understand her So when she finds herself in the unforeseen position that in order to protect her people, her family she must marry one of the very people she hates Edward and Selina are an incredible couple, they appear as different as they can get at first, but you soon realise as do they that they have farin common then originally expected There is an instant connection between Edward and Selina, the air crackles around them as they navigate their way through this whole new and unexpected life I love how Selina and Edward first meet as children, before each of their families can instil the prejudice and hatred for each other They are just children who find a moment of happiness and kindness from the other I love how Ms Johnson has written it as both Edward and Selina remember that moment all those years ago when they first met Romani Selina is accused of trying to steal away with Edward Fullbrooke s little sister Selina is running for her life from the angry mob who are fuelled with anger, ignorance and hate She is completely innocent but knows better than to try to explain what really happened, she knows what the gentry could do to her so she ploughs on trying to evade capture With the help from an unexpected place, Selina manages to escape and she is safe But, for how much longer will she and her people be safe once the village people those from the estate know where they are Edward must marry if he is to keep his estate and lands from the clutches of his evil uncle once you read the book, you will know what I mean Edward doesn t want marriage, especially to any off those ninny headed gold diggers that always seem to appear whenever there is a wealthy man, which is when he realises that the answer to his problems is right there under his nose He pitches a proposition to Selina he will personally protect her and her fellow Roma, they can stay on his land without fear if she will marry him He proposes a marriage in name only for a short period of time and after she is free to go or stay and do as she pleases It s a win, win situation The writing is flawless, you can really see how much research the author has put into this everything from the Roma campsite, clothes, customs and every scene is vivid in detail and rich in history Ms Johnson has put so much of herself into this, you can feel her passion for story and the character s coming right off the page with every word Over all this is gorgeous story Utterly romantic, atmospheric, sensual, full of passion and charm Amazing clear and realistic character s, great edge of your seat plot I absolutely loved it and I cannot wait to see what will come next from this new author


  3. Suzannah Suzannah says:

    The Marriage Rescue by Joanna Johnson is a good book I really liked the hero and heroine Edward Fulbrooke is an amazing character kind, compassionate and handsome I liked Romani Selina Agres I thought the pace of the story was a bit too slow I wished forscenes showing Edward and Selina s attraction for each other But on the whole, a good book I look forward to readingfrom this author in the future.


  4. Emma Emma says:

    Edward Fulbrooke had come striding back into her life, his handsome face making her question every rational though she d ever had Romani Selina Agres once helped a young Edward Fulbrooke with an injury to his face Several years later, discovering Edward s young half sister lost, Selina is accused of trying to kidnap the child, and forced to flee the scene until Edward steps in to protect her from her potential attackers Needing a wife to secure his inheritance, and realising Selina and her f Edward Fulbrooke had come striding back into her life, his handsome face making her question every rational though she d ever had Romani Selina Agres once helped a young Edward Fulbrooke with an injury to his face Several years later, discovering Edward s young half sister lost, Selina is accused of trying to kidnap the child, and forced to flee the scene until Edward steps in to protect her from her potential attackers Needing a wife to secure his inheritance, and realising Selina and her fellow Roma need protection from the locals, Edward proposes a marriage in name only which can soon be annulled once both sides of the bargain have been met.From the dramatic opening, you soon realise that this far from the traditional historical romance, and Selina s attempts to evade those aiming to harm her shows just how judged the Roma were at this time The fact that Edward is willing to protect Selina and her people immediately shows him as a hero who does not necessarily abide by tradition, and, as we soon find out, his past has left him largely troubled, mistrusting of the idea of love, and vulnerable about allowing himself to care for people for fear he will be left alone.Debut author Joanna Johnson has created two excellent characters in Edward and Selina who, on paper at least, are complete opposites, but in reality are quite similar, and their almost instant connection to each other, and Edward s desire to protect Selina, gives potential to their friendship and marriage, even if there is an agreement that there will be no romance to the union The fact that Selina is quite feisty and rooted in her traditions makes her a likeable character, and the realisation that Edward has no desire for her to change from who she is apart from a rather amusing scene about which cutlery to use when , makes him loveable to the reader, and, in his own way, proves just how much her cares for and respects his new wife.Similarly, the author has clearly researched the relationships between the gentry and the Roma, and the scenes of the traditional way of life for Selina are atmospheric and well written Indeed the contrasts between Selina and Edward s worlds are made clear as Selina goes back to visit her grandmother after the wedding, and, for Selina it becomes harder for her to see just how the two worlds can ever exist together.The attraction between the two happens almost from their first meeting, and, as a reader, it is a joy to follow the budding relationship as Selina discovers her attraction to Edward, whilst he fights his fears of commitment, and ultimately almost looses the love of his life as he struggles to reconcile his past hurt with his potential future happiness The vulnerability he shows in the well written scenes where both Edward and Selina reveal the scars of the past, only make him all theloveable, and you really do root for both Edward and Selina to overcome to obstacles in their path to happiness.Ultimately, the arrival of Edward s villainous Uncle Charles provides prompt Edward needs to declare his hand, but it would spoil the story to reveal exactly how Charles fits in to the history of Edward and Selina s childhoods.Filled with touching romance the Christmas present scene is excellent , this is an excellent debut from Joanna Johnson, with lots of emotion, historical detail, and a heroine quite unlike any other, and I thoroughly enjoyed Edward and Selina s journey towards their happy ending.Congratulations to Joanna Johnson on an excellent debut, and I look forward to your next book.Thank you to Joanna Johnson for a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review


  5. Kelsey McKnight Kelsey McKnight says:

    Selina Agres hasn t lived an easy life the past twelve years A member of the Romani, she was born into a world that sees her as less than, and is constantly reminded of it She detests the English Gentry and blames them in part for her mother s death And years later, when they return to the cursed land, Selina is again in danger and only sees one way out of it, by way of a choice given to her by a member of the Gentry she has sworn to hate forever Edward Fulbrooke of Blackwell Hall must marry Selina Agres hasn t lived an easy life the past twelve years A member of the Romani, she was born into a world that sees her as less than, and is constantly reminded of it She detests the English Gentry and blames them in part for her mother s death And years later, when they return to the cursed land, Selina is again in danger and only sees one way out of it, by way of a choice given to her by a member of the Gentry she has sworn to hate forever Edward Fulbrooke of Blackwell Hall must marry, despite his feelings on the matter The society ladies that have been pushed into his path are farinterested in his station than him, something his calculating uncle Charles bets on If Edward doesn t take a wife soon, the estate will belong to Charles But neither man expected a blast from the past in the form of a mysterious young woman dropping from a tree The pair met as children, their interaction leaving no mark but a scar on his cheek and the whisper of a memory Years later, their worlds collide once again, resulting in a mutually beneficial marriage that sets off a chain reaction neither expects But as their farce deepens, will it be enough to heal old wounds I adore the amount of research Johnson put into writing this book, especially when it comes to the Roma people Some authors give a Romani character a crystal ball and BAM they re a gypsy That s not how cultural identity works and it s very refreshing to see how Johnson didn t run along with stereotypes and really dove into what made the Romani so unique It gave Selina a new edge not seen in some historicals I also want to say that I really like this cover Does the man look a wee bit familiar The model s made the rounds on a few books now, and in the reader world, he s basically Jamie Fraser from Outlander s twin, making this book a lovely addiction to any bookshelf But I digress Edward is adorable and Selina is sweet and smart as a whip Together, they re romantic perfection that any reader would fall in love with The slow burn of their relationship was easy and natural Nothing felt forced or out of place between them and you really root for the pair to fall in love So if you re looking for an indulgent romance to curl up with, look no further


  6. Rose Rose says:

    The Marriage Rescue is author Joanna Johnson s debut novel and I must say, I m highly impressed I look forward to seeing what Ms Johnson has for us in the future She is definitely an auto buy for me from now on Edward Fulbrooke is the new Squire of Blackwell Hall since his father s death With his father s will forcing him to marry or turn over his inheritance to his Uncle, Edward is running out of time and options Selina Agres is a Romani woman She has spent a lifetime hating the gentry f The Marriage Rescue is author Joanna Johnson s debut novel and I must say, I m highly impressed I look forward to seeing what Ms Johnson has for us in the future She is definitely an auto buy for me from now on Edward Fulbrooke is the new Squire of Blackwell Hall since his father s death With his father s will forcing him to marry or turn over his inheritance to his Uncle, Edward is running out of time and options Selina Agres is a Romani woman She has spent a lifetime hating the gentry for the way they treated her people and for the part they played in her mother s death.Wow What a fabulous couple and storyline I absolutely adored Selina, she s strong, courageous and kind She s willing to marry the enemy temporarily to protect her people Edward is handsome, powerful and an honorable man Although he doesn t believe in love, he definitely feels a surprising pull towards Selina There is an immediate attraction between them, but both have their reasons to deny it in the beginning I loved how Ms Johnson gave this couple time to know each other Being from two extremely different worlds and their insecurities from their past, they struggle to admit their true feelings.Ms Johnson did a wonderful job in this her debut novel I have to admit, once I picked up this book I didn t want to put it down An extremely well written book with a fabulous couple, wonderful secondary characters, a storyline that captivates and pulls you in and an absolutely perfect ending I loved this book and highly recommend it


  7. rivka rivka says:

    2.5 starsBetter than the average Harlequin, but no need to re read.


  8. Debbie Debbie says:

    I enjoyed reading the Marriage Rescue very much A debut novel, with believable internal conflicts which are intensified by external events and emotions are heightened as the hero heroine deal with themselves, each other, and external factors, in a marriage of convenience I enjoyed reading the Marriage Rescue very much A debut novel, with believable internal conflicts which are intensified by external events and emotions are heightened as the hero heroine deal with themselves, each other, and external factors, in a marriage of convenience


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The Marriage Rescue Rescued by her enemyWill she meet him at the altar Romani Selina Agres has despised the gentry ever since her mother was murdered by a cruel aristocrat But she s not sure what to think when Edward Fulbrooke, that very man s nephew, rescues her from an angry horde Edward may be different from other nobles, but Selina s distrust runs deep So she s shocked when he proposes marriage to protect her and her people Can she accept The Marriage Rescue is Joanna Johnson s gripping debut ❁ [EPUB] ✹ Como fazer Investigação, Dissertações, Teses e relatórios By Maria José Sousa ➚ – Kleankitchen.co.uk that very man s nephew ➹ [Read] ➵ As Receitas da TV By Maria de Lourdes Modesto ➼ – Kleankitchen.co.uk rescues her from an angry horde Edward may be different from other nobles ➦ [Ebook] ➡ Os Objetos Supremos (Mundo de Bhardo, By Livia Stocco ➱ – Kleankitchen.co.uk but Selina s distrust runs deep So she s shocked when he proposes marriage to protect her and her people Can she accept The Marriage Rescue is Joanna Johnson s gripping debut


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