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eBook My Dearest Enemy: A Novel epub
  • ISBN: 044022375X
  • Author: Connie Brockway
  • Genre: Romance
  • Subcategory: Historical
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Dell (July 6, 1998)
  • ePUB size: 1305 kb
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Breathtakingly romantic, startlingly original, Connie Brockway's novels have captured the hearts of readers and the raves of critics . Only 7 left in stock (more on the way)

Breathtakingly romantic, startlingly original, Connie Brockway's novels have captured the hearts of readers and the raves of critics everywhere. Now she brings you a unique and unforgettable love story that begins with a series of letters between a world-weary adventurer and the woman whose love brings him home. Only 7 left in stock (more on the way).

My Dearest Enemy book. Breathtakingly romantic, startlingly original, Connie Brockway's novels have captured the hearts of readers and the raves of critics everywhere

My Dearest Enemy book. Breathtakingly romantic, startlingly original, Connie Brockway's. Breathtakingly romantic, startlingly original, Connie Brockway's novels have captured the hearts of readers and the raves of critics everywhere.

Authors: Connie Brockway. Categories: Fiction

Authors: Connie Brockway. Gazette "For readers who like a compelling story with complex, fascinating characters and sexual tension that will have you breathing deeply, All Through the Night is definitely a must read. -The Romance Reader On-Line AS YOU DESIRE "Romance with strength, wit, and intelligence. Connie Brockway delivers!" -New York Times bestselling author Tami Hoag "Priceless! A jewel of a love story in a fascinating setting. As You Desire will turn its fortunate finders into avid Brockway keepers-and seekers!"

Connie Brockway (born December 16, 1954) is a best-selling American author of over twenty historical and contemporary romance novels since 1994.

Connie Brockway (born December 16, 1954) is a best-selling American author of over twenty historical and contemporary romance novels since 1994. Connie Brockway was born on December 16, 1954, in Minneapolis, Minnesota, but spent several years in suburban Buffalo, New York. Her family returned to Edina, Minnesota where she attended high school. In 1976, Brockway received a . from Macalester College in St. Paul, Minnesota.

Brockway Connie (EN). Connie Brockway's novel of unexpected love begins with a series of letters between a world-weary adventurer and the beautiful suffragette whose passion calls him home. ;Dear Mr. Thorne, For the next five years, I will profitably manage this estate. I will deliver to you an allowance and I will prove that women are just as capable as me. Lillian Bede is shocked when she is tapped to run the affairs of an exquisite country manor. But she accepts the challenge, taking the opportunity to put her politics into practice.

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All Through the Night (Royal Agents by Connie Brockway. Award-winning author Connie Brockway takes readers to the elegant drawing rooms and sprawling country estates of Victorian England in this captivating tale of a woman who must keep an irresistible nobleman’s most scandalous secret-without losing her h. The Ravishing One (McClairen's Isle, by Connie Brockway.

More than a romance, this is a true love story. The anguish is palpable, the characters are memorable. The RITA is well-deserved: Ms. Brockway is setting a new standard in romance writing. Witty & unputtdownable! I loved it.

My Dearest Enemy: A Novel. Connie Brockway’s novel of unexpected love begins with a series of letters between a world-weary adventurer and the beautiful suffragette whose passion calls him home. Dear Mr. I will deliver to you an allowance and I will prove that women are just as capable as men. Lillian Bede is shocked when she is tapped to run the affairs of an exquisite country manor

Breathtakingly romantic, startlingly original, Connie Brockway's novels have captured the hearts of readers and the raves of critics everywhere.  Now she brings you a unique and unforgettable love story that begins with a series of letters between a world-weary adventurer and the woman whose love brings him home.Dear Mr.  Thorne,        I give you fair warning.  I intend to do whatever I must to abide by your late uncle's will and win Mill House.  Though I know he never expected me to succeed, and for whatever reasons is using me to shame you, I accept his challenge.  For the next five years, I will profitably manage this estate.  I will deliver to you an allowance and I will prove that women are just as capable as men.  And at the end, I shall accept Mill House as my reward.Sincerely,Lillian BedeMy Dear Miss Bede,        Forgive me if I fail to shudder.  Pray, do whatever you bloody well want, can, or must.  I shall look forward to making your acquaintance in my lawyer's office five years hence, when I take possession of Mill House.Avery Thorne
Comments: (7)
Cenneel
I can't say enough about "My Dearest Enemy," by Connie Brockway. I am an avid reader of historical romance novels and it is one of my all-time favorites. I have read this book three or four times over the years, with enough time in between to have forgotten some of the minor plot points. The characters are very sympathetic and full-drawn. I love the clash of wits between Lily and Avery in their correspondence. When they finally meet in person, the sparks immediately fly. I think some reviewers who gave this book a lesser rating might have mistaken measured pacing of the story line for a slow plot. The author gives herself plenty of time to develop a true friendship between Lily and Avery, while gradually revealing the deeper reasons behind their actions. There are parts that are amusing, witty, sweet, tender, tense and heartbreaking. This is a good book for readers who prefer to watch a relationship build BEFORE the characters get into bed with each other. And Ms. Brockway has a wonderful mastery of language. I found myself savoring many wonderful phrases. "My Dearest Enemy" is a winner!
Tam
Avery Thorne is furious! His uncle promised Mill House to him, but it seems his uncle has reneged on that promise. A letter from Lillian Bede says his uncle has deferred the decision about the estate via his will. The will states that Lillian Bede will be given the reins to the estate for five years. If the estate is profitable at the end of the five years, then the estate becomes the legal property of Ms. Bede. If the estate is unprofitable, it cedes to Avery Thorne.

Avery decides to travel the world for five years rather than wait around England for the outcome. Lillian is obliged by the terms of the will to deliver a quarterly allowance to Avery, and so starts a correspondence between the hero and heroine that is absolutely hilarious. But the book really gets going when the two finally meet.

The premise of this book is refreshingly unique. The book is quite funny, but also encourages the reader to address some very deep subjects. Suffragist ideology of Victorian England, the importance of family and home, the unfairness of the laws that separate families, animal cruelty, men not recognizing women's worth are just some things that are presented. It is quite delightful to read the banter between the H and h about these many social issues. One can get very involved in these issues or choose to just let the story slide by with a degree of shallowness. The secondary characters do just that in a lot of ways.

All of the characters drive the plot in a very even, interesting path. The time period, late 1800's, is well-represented, and the morals and social structure of that time period are well-developed. Connie Brockway wins my five stars once again.
Anayalore
I love how this author writes. Here words just flow. I also love that there are secondary characters in this book, who were interesting. The only think I didn't like about this book, was that it took forever for things to come to a conclusion between the h/h. In fact right up to the last page of the book, she was relentless in her outlook of men and her determination to stay alone for the rest of her life. I don't want to spoil it for anyone, but there was a few times I wanted to throw the book against the wall, as she became so annoying. The hero was quite funny and I did laugh many times while reading his thoughts. I also loved the letters in the beginning of the book. ( The editing of this book was great. I read so many digital books that need editing very badly.) Because I love this author's style of writing, I will be reading more of her books.
Weiehan
This is the story of Lillian Bede the beautiful suffragette and Avery Thorne the bored adventurer. The estate is owned by Horatio Algernon Thorne. Upon his death Miss Bede will be appointed manager of the estate for a period of 5 years. If she can turn a profit by the end of 5 years the estate will be hers, if not Avery Thorne will inherit it. Miss Bede writes a letter informing Avery of the details of Horatio Thorne's will and that begins a correspondence between the two of them. Avery is away on one of his many adventures when he receives her letter. Her letters are full of admonishments, pithy phrases and humor. As a form of entertainment Avery begins reading her letters to his fellow adventurers. They love her letters and one of his group even says her wants her as his wife. The letters secretly annoy Avery along with the fact that she sends him a quarterly allowance. Avery never having seen Miss Bede thinks she is an unattractive bossy woman. This book is worth the read just for the letters although the rest of the book is very good too. Connie Brockway has written another great book.
Tejar
How different and how entertaining this novel was! Ms. Brockway always thinks outside the box of balls, routs, and the same old humdrum. This story was no exception ~ unusual plot and fun.

I liked Avery, who entered the story skinny and sullen, only to return five years later as the Greek god type. I liked beautiful, conflicted Lily, the suffragist, actually an emotional prisoner of her parents' foibles. The wit was exceptional ~ I loved the letters. The secondary characters were developed, and I liked them too.

Coming down from the high of those letters, the story may have seemed to slow a bit for some, but that's where the plot was really drawn for us. And a killer ending! I liked it all. Wonderful writing.

Enjoy your reading! :)
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