Minerva's Marquess

Minerva s Marquess Minerva looked forward to a honeymoon in Paris but to her dismay her husband handsome Lord Dominic declined his husbandly duty However in Paris Minerva discovered Dominic s old flame was eager t

  • Title: Minerva's Marquess
  • Author: SheilaWalsh
  • ISBN: 9780451153166
  • Page: 116
  • Format: Paperback
  • Minerva looked forward to a honeymoon in Paris, but to her dismay, her husband, handsome Lord Dominic, declined his husbandly duty However, in Paris, Minerva discovered Dominic s old flame was eager to return to his arms Somehow, Minerva had to melt her husband s reserve toward her his wife and put her rival on ice.

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    1. SheilaWalsh

      Librarian Note There is than one author in the database with this name.Born Sheila O Nions in 1928 in Birmingham, England, UK During the Second World War, her family moved to Southport, Lancashire, where she met Des Walsh, son of the Thomas Walsh, who had a jewelry store at 39 Chapel Street since 1926 In 1950, Sheila married with Des Walsh, and they had two daughters, Fran Walsh and Tess Walsh Sheila worked during years in her husband s familiar jewelry store, with her husband, her husband elder brother Gerard and his wife Dorothy 2.In 1971, Sheila joined the Southport Writers Circle, and years later, in 1986 was elected life president In 1980 she became the vice president of the Romantic Novelists Association, and later elected Chairman 1985 1987.Her debut novel, The Golden Songbird, won the Netta Muskett award for new writers from the Romantic Novelists Association, and in 1984, her novel, A Highly Respectable Marriage won the Elizabeth Goudge award.Sheila Walsh died on 20 January 2009, at 80.

    453 thoughts on “Minerva's Marquess”

    1. I really wish there were more couples like this in romance novels, particularly the heroine. She is flawed, but admits the flaws and is trying to change (although the hero finds the flaws relatively charming)and never lets her weaknesses get the best of her. The hero runs into the woman he cared for before this marriage of convenience, and his thoughts all run toward being honorable and faithful to his wife. The wife sees them in an embrace, and while she is hurt and emotional, she is mature and [...]

    2. synopsis:minerva, the daughter of a very rich mill owner, sets out to chose her own husband. she settles on dominic, who has returned home to a mountain of debts. although she compromises herself with him, dominic intends to refuse to bow down, especially since minerva will retain control of the running of the mills, as per her father. however, once dominic talks to minerva, he changes his mind. they get married and dominic takes minerva on a wedding journey to paris. once there, they run into d [...]

    3. Although I liked this book, the description is misleading. Based on the description it sounded like it would be about the Hero's " true love " actively pursuing a relationship with him in spite of his marriage, while the heroine does all she can to come between them and make him love her instead This was not the case. Other than two brief encounters with the other woman she was more of a shadowy figure in the background. Instead, the plot was about two people falling in love while, trying the cl [...]

    4. Another great romance from a favorite author. This one wasn't quite as riveting as others I've read from her, but it was still a solid 4.5 star read for me. I tend to love married couple romances--marriage of convenience or estranged husband/wife romances--so I was already biased into liking this story. The heroine is strong and plainspoken and sensible, and the hero is sufficiently brooding without being pigheaded. :) Their romance progressed nicely and there was a little unexpected part of the [...]

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