An Unladylike Offer (St. Historical) [Christine Merrill] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Miss Esme Canville’s brutal father is resolved to marry her off–but she won’t submit tamely to his decree. Instead, she’ll offer herself to notorious rake Captain St. An Unladylike Offer By Christine Merrill – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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An Unladylike Offer (Radwells, book 2) by Christine Merrill

John himself was a disappointment. In the years since the last novel, St John has transformed himself and is in the process of making himself into a respectable person. Her innocence is somewhat at odds with her desires for a woman who has been sheltered in this society.

Annie rated it liked it Mar 21, Christine Merrill has wanted to be an cnristine for as long as she can remember. She’s been subjected to her father’s abuse since her mother abandoned them, and now her last hope for escape through marriage is gone: Well, I kind of wish it didn’t end or at least had an epilogue.

Top Reviews Most recent Top Reviews. Interesting H, but the h The main characters in the previous book.

Adding to the urgency is his last chance to make something of himself: My Favorite of the series. Elaine rated it it was amazing Mar 07, Visit her website at: John breaking up with his mistress without laying a hand on her, she decides he is the one she wants. Her relationship with her father was incomprehensible. John, from that book. To ask other readers questions about An Unladylike Offerplease sign up. This is a book I will forever own.


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John remained calm and never laid a hand on her. John’s relationship with his brother. See all 44 reviews. ComiXology Thousands of Digital Comics. Explore the Home Gift Guide. I read the first book, and Metrill Duchess, and it was a little scandalous but I guiltily enjoyed it anyway. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. However, he has completely redeemed himself and I was deeply interested in how he has remade himself but still has to deal with his past.

As could be expected, however, Esme and St John become involved in a relationship. I could barely stand the heroine throughout most of this book. I loved how the author shaped St. But his bad reputation is what gets him Miss Esme Canville’s attention and eventually her love.

It was repetative and the way Esme acted was aweful. The first half of the book dwells a whole lot on his offfer and him, not to mention his longing for Miranda, his brother’s wife.


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St John was the villain in the first book of the series, The Inconvenient Duchess. Regency romance, a rake who wants to save a damsel in distress but not marry and a sister in law who knows true love when she sees it, even if the people in lo The rake from the first book, St John, finds himself back in London after fighting in Portugal, offre the unlikely saviour of miss Esme.

This was a little more sexually explicit than I am comfortable with, so I quickly skimmed over those parts. I also liked the role of Miranda, and the Duke. Don’t have a Kindle? Lists with This Book.

An Unladylike Offer

Selected pages Title Page. To avoid spoilers I’ll just say that his coup de grace is not actually in this book, although it gets revealed in dialogue. I didn’t think St John could redeem himself from the first book, but Christine Merrill did a good job of transforming him into a likeable character.

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