[[ Epub ]] ❦ Love, The Critic Author Amy Corwin – Terrapin-info.co.uk

Love, The Critic A Traditional Regency Romance Set In England, Elizabeth Tate Once Dreamed Of Being A Poet Until Her First Volume Of Poetry Received Scathing Reviews From Someone Known Only As The Critic Now, She Simply Wants To Forget Her Humiliating Past And She S Willing To Consider An Offer Of Marriage From A Man She S Never Met, Her Neighbor, Alexander Jameson, Marquess Of Langley If It Will Let Her Close That Door Unfortunately, She Soon Discovers Alexander Has Such High Standards That No One Could Possibly Be Good Enough For Him And It Comes As No Surprise To Learn He Is The Critic Who Mocked Her Work But Alexander Knows Elizabeth S True Worth, Both As A Poet And A Woman And He Sets Out To Prove To Her That Excellence And Love Are Both Worth Striving For

  • Love, The Critic
  • Amy Corwin
  • 01 December 2019
  • 9781440446146

About the Author: Amy Corwin

Amy Corwin is a charter member of the Romance Writers of America and recently joined Mystery Writers of America She has been writing for the last ten years and managing a career as an enterprise systems administrator in the computer industry She writes Regencies historicals, mysteries, and contemporary paranormals To be truthful, most of her books include a bit of murder and mayhem since she di

10 thoughts on “Love, The Critic

  1. says:

    What the man you love doesn t know about you could be embarrassing, especially if your secret leaks out to the public.This is a delightful book, especially for any artist or writer whose work has been slammed by critics Imagine attending parties where the highlight of the evening is to have someone read aloud, and mock, your book of poetry thank God you published it under anonymous Elizabeth is sensitive and reclusive in the first place, and such humiliation does not motivate her to try to get out Imagine finding out your fiance is your nemesis, the anonymous Critic whose devastating reviews made your little book of poetry famously awful The intereactions between Elizabeth and Alexander are delightful and witty Her aunt and his gardener are hilarious characters with their rivalry in raising champion roosters The climax may be hard for modern American readers to understand or identify with, but fans of Regency novels will know that manners and reputations were maintained at great cost, even personal sacrifice But fear not, we read romances because we want to escape into a colorful world where conflicts are resolved and life is good, and we enjoy spending time with these fictional characters as we take a few hours from our own hectic world Comment Permalink

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