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by Lynne Connolly

eBook Venice (Richard and Rose) epub
  • ISBN: 1605045640
  • Author: Lynne Connolly
  • Genre: Fiction
  • Subcategory: United States
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Samhain Publishing (March 2, 2010)
  • Pages: 264 pages
  • ePUB size: 1798 kb
  • FB2 size 1526 kb
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The third Richard and Rose book, and once more they are in danger. But Lynne Connolly never writes the same book again, so this time we are taken on a journey ending in Venice, where the assassin awaits them.

The third Richard and Rose book, and once more they are in danger. Lots of lovely descriptions of the city (though I suspect reality has never been quite that lovely - I'd love to go and see for myself).

Lynne Connolly is a best selling author of historical romance

Everyday low prices on a huge range of new releases and classic fiction. Lynne Connolly is a best selling author of historical romance. Her affair with the eighteenth century is long-lasting, as she first fell in love with it at the age of nine and never fell out. Men have come and gone, but the Georgian era remains.

Venice Richard and Rose, Volume 3 Lynne Connolly Published by LMC Publications, 2018. Yet no sooner do Richard and Rose leave their wedding breakfast than two shots ring out, forcing a hasty change in honeymoon plans. This is a work of fiction. Similarities to real people, places, or events are entirely. Instead of traveling together by yacht, Richard goes on ahead, making sure the road to Venice is safe for his beloved. Rose is by no means alone, however. Along her journey by packet, coach, even mule, she befriends a charming young couple, the Ravens, who have a strange confession to make.

Once reunited in Venice, Richard and Rose heat up the sheets, making Richard consider the delightful possibility of keeping his wife in bed for the rest of their stay

Richard and Rose, Book 3. At long last, it is Lord and Lady Strang's wedding day. Once reunited in Venice, Richard and Rose heat up the sheets, making Richard consider the delightful possibility of keeping his wife in bed for the rest of their stay. Except Venice is as full of knaves as London, and one of them is still trying to find them with a bullet.

Lynne Connolly, author.

We used to talk about our day, even if we were going our separate ways, on our own business, and we’d meet again before dinner to discuss how it went.

We used to talk about our day, even if we were going our separate ways, on our own business, and we’d meet again before dinner to discuss how it went etimes, but the content never so, and after the turbulence of our lives recently I welcomed a chance to settle into a comfortable routine. But that extra touch meant we might choose to start our day a little later. However he insisted I stayed in bed that day. I wouldn’t hear of you rising. But I feel perfectly well now. Just bad food. He leaned up on one elbow and cupped.

Book in the Richard and Rose Series). Richard and Rose, Book 3 At long last, it is Lord and Lady Strang's wedding day.

Richard and Rose, Book 4 Lord and Lady Strang return from their adventure-filled honeymoon, more than ready to settle . Tina Burns, The Road to Romance.

Richard and Rose, Book 4 Lord and Lady Strang return from their adventure-filled honeymoon, more than ready to settle into married life. After a few weeks living in his parents’ Piccadilly mansion, Richard and Rose are restless for their own home, a space where they can work out the pattern of their new life together. House-hunting will have to wait. Ms. Connolly writes great dialogue, strong characters, and a good plot. She has a nice writing style and has a talent for words. Mariah, Romance Reader At Heart.

Short stories and a few extras about Richard and Rose. Richard and Rose live in the eighteenth century, a time of turmoil and adventure. They swashbuckle their way through eight books, and this volume is both a companion and introduction to the main series.

At long last, it is Lord and Lady Strang’s wedding day. Yet no sooner do Richard and Rose leave their wedding breakfast than two shots ring out, forcing a hasty change in honeymoon plans. Instead of traveling together by yacht, Richard goes on ahead, making sure the road to Venice is safe for his beloved. Rose is by no means alone, however. Along her journey by packet, coach, even mule, she befriends young couple, the Ravens, who have a strange confession to make. They are traveling incognito—and are really the newlywed Lord and Lady Strang! Once reunited in Venice, Richard and Rose heat up the sheets, making Richard consider the delightful possibility of keeping his wife in bed for the rest of their stay. Except Venice is as full of knaves as London, and one of them is still trying to find them with a bullet. The Ravens could hold the key to the assassination attempts. Or perhaps they are playing a deadly game of their own…
Comments: (5)
Nilabor
This book was lovely with just enough there to make it very enjoyable, but not too overwhelming. It's a good mixture of intrigue and romance without being cloying or sappy. I recommend this book to anyone who likes a love story that is more than just that with a bit of mystery and intrigue and plotting involved. I won't bor you with a plot summary as I know other reviewers are fond of doing that. The end was slightly predictable because there were only so many choices in how it could have ended, but for someone like me, the way it ended was just how the characters deserved it to end, whether good or bad, but I would have been a tad more harsh on two of the "villains" in this one. Give it a shot, especially if you liked the previous books in the series. I don't think you'll regret it.
Mojar
Lynne Connolly just gets better with each Rose and Richard book. This one kept me spellbound for hours wondering what was going to happen and who was doing what. I am intrigued by the characters in these books set in or before the Regency period. This one is the third in the series with the fourth due out in mid-February 2004, Harley Street. The mysteries involved in each book are wonderful, unique and very satisfying. Kudos to Ms. Connolly. Keep them coming. I can't wait for the next one.
Qumen
I love this series! IA with the previous reviewer that it is nice to see a romance based on the love and devotion of this unusual and complicated twosome rather than the usual misunderstandings and interlopers. Lovely and romantic "love scenes." Glad to see the inexpensive kindle version available as I'm sure I will be reading more of them.
Shem
Third book in the excellent Richard and Rose series.

Richard and Rose finally marry. They are giddy and happy and on their way to their yacht for their wedding trip when a crack of gunfire just misses Rose. They realize that somebody wants them dead. Richard devises a scheme for them to split up and travel to Venice, their honeymoon spot, separately. Rose travels with Carrier, Richard's manservant and Nichols, Rose's own maid. These two are no mere servants, they also double as well armed bodyguards, while Richard travels alone, more stealthily to make sure there are no ambushes on the road ahead. As an extra measure Rose travels incognito as a young Merchant's wife, Mrs. Locke.

On the way, Rose encounters a couple who introduce themselves to her as Lord and Lady Strang and they tell her they are traveling incognito as well under the name Ravens. Rose is bemused by the couple because of course she and Richard are Lord and Lady Strang.

When Rose and Richard meet up in Venice, not only do they have a scorching hot reunion (finally they are married and can make love as much as they want) but they also have to decide what to do about the fake Lord and Lady Strang as well as try to figure out who is trying to kill them and why. All the while enjoying the sights, sounds and atmosphere of Venice and making lots of love.

Three books in and this series is still just utterly fabulous. I truly love Richard, he has so much going on under the hood. On the surface he looks like a dandified, pampered lord but in reality he runs one of the widest most efficiently placed spy networks in all of England. And he is really quite a rogue. And Rose is definitely his match. This book was so fun.

I especially like how Richard and Rose out-con the con artists. They neatly turn the tables on the Ravens until the poor souls -- in a wonderful scene of awful realization -- learn exactly who are the sharks and who are the pigeons. There is a great scene where, after Richard subdues a villain (under the eyes of the increasingly horrified Ravens), Rose drinks a glass of brandy looks at the man on the floor and calmly says "He's bleeding. He'll ruin the carpet." and Richard, in sheer delight at her aplomb says "God, how I love you."

Wonderful book. Wonderful series.
Fountain_tenderness
After 'Yorkshire' - the first in this series - read as an eBook I was so satisfied with the plot and characters that went out and bought the existing 4 books in the series in paperback (including Yorkshire). Looking forward to a pleasant Georgian Romance/Mystery I was wonderfully surprised to find Devonshire (#2) and then Venice (#3) even better than Yorkshire!

Rose and Richard's relationship being the driving force - even when seperated. I cannot tell you how enjoyable it is to read of a romance couple that is truly a couple - not keeping secrets, no big misunderstandings, problems worked out - and not falling to many of the romance novels pitfalls - yet they are so enjoyable to read as charachters.

The ongoing danger and mystery to me was almost a secondary storyline - because I enjoyed Rose and Richard's interaction so much. Yet, it helped create a full storyline and brought many other characters into focus. I am so pulling for Gervase to find his true love!

On to Harley Street!
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