Free Download [Nonfiction Book] ☆ Unveiled - by Kristina Cook º

By Kristina Cook | Comments: ( 492 ) | Date: ( May 26, 2020 )

She didn t want marriageA determined spinster, Jane Rosemoor has turned away many a suitor, because she is secretly fearful of the mysterious malady that plagues the married women of her family But when her life collides with that of the sinfully handsome Earl of Westfield, she is rendered delirious by his kiss and outraged by his proposal His young ward requires a woShe didn t want marriageA determined spinster, Jane Rosemoor has turned away many a suitor, because she is secretly fearful of the mysterious malady that plagues the married women of her family But when her life collides with that of the sinfully handsome Earl of Westfield, she is rendered delirious by his kiss and outraged by his proposal His young ward requires a woman s influence, and he needs an heir Aware her heart is already in jeopardy, she turns his cold bargain down flat.He didn t want loveHayden Moreland, the Earl of Westfield, is stunned by Jane s refusal after all, he s offered to rescue her from spinsterhood and make her a countess He doesn t want romance for he has learned that closeness brings tragedy and has vowed never to afflict any woman with the curse of his heart Yet despite his best efforts, he is falling hopelessly for Jane which is proving problematic by the day Especially after a night of passion seals their fate, demanding they confront their fears if they hope to embrace a love they can no longer deny.


  • Title: Unveiled
  • Author: Kristina Cook
  • ISBN: 9780821777794
  • Page: 174
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback

About Author:

Kristina Cook

As a child, Kristina Cook took her nose out of a book only long enough to take a ballet class or five each week Not much has changed since then, except she s added motherhood to the mix and now enjoys penning her own novels as much as reading everybody else s Before turning her hand to historical romance, Kristina did graduate work at Columbia University and wrote grant proposals for some of New York City s top cultural institutions After the birth of her second child, she decided to finally write that novel she d always wanted to write The rest, as they say, is history Kristina lives in New York City with her husband and two daughters.



Comments Unveiled

  • Sarah

    I really enjoyed this. The heroine is reluctant to marry because depression runs in her family and it is seriously exacerbated by pregnancy. It was just so unexpected and *nice* to see the heroine have a problem that didn't focus around how independent and fiery and unconventional she was. It's not that she's afraid that marriage will rob her of all free will because of the nature of marriage. No, she actually likes the idea of being a wife and mother. It's that she's afraid that she will go abs [...]


  • Mary - Buried Under Romance

    Good beginning, then goes downhillI'm kind of disappointed. :(


  • Linda

    All the women love Lord Hayden, the Earl of Westfield. Until Lady Jane Rosemoor comes along. He has always believed he has been cursede few women he has loved have died. And the women in her family have been afflicted with mild bouts of depression or "baby blues" along with some bi-polar issues. So neither wants to marry. And they don't share their secrets or fears with others.After their initial introduction, she overhears a conversation between her cousin's husband and Hayden that puts her in [...]


  • ChloeLeeNH

    I liked this book better than the first one. I liked the love/hate relationship they had for a lot of the book. It did seem like a lot of the beginning sounded like P&P from 2005. But that is ok I like the Darcy types!


  • Rin ♔

    I bartered a paperback with my friend and this was what I got.This book was really fun for me.


  • Rachel

    Loved this! Excellent period type chick book. I loved the description of the dresses, the slightly graphic love scenes, and the stubbornness Jane feels toward Mr. Westfield.


  • Elaine

    Lovely read. Very enjoyable.


  • Gabrielle Baker

    not as good as there first but still good lots of emotional highs and lows


  • Jill

    I liked the ending, because I hate when the epilogue is only a couple days, or weeks, in the future. At first I thought she had done that, but it was an attempt to be sneaky. :)


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