Tuesday, April 22, 2014

Teaser Tuesday: You, and Only You by Jennifer McNare

Over a year ago, during an impromptu card game, he’d made a foolish wager with her and lost.  His forfeit had been that at some point in the future, he would have to request a waltz with the widowed marchioness.  It was a dreadful price to pay by any man’s standards, for despite the fact that she outweighed him by at least a stone, Olivia Whitlunde was as brazen as a dockside whore and her voracious appetite for the amorous affections of handsome young men was common knowledge amongst the majority of the ton. 

You, and Only You  by Jennifer McNare

An older hero, a youngish heroine. Eighteen-year-old Tiffany Marlowe is won by Earl of Chesterfield as a wager by her own father. She is thrilled by his attention unknowing about the wager. 

But when the truth comes out, all is lost for Earl of Chesterfield. By this time he has fallen hard for her.

It started out good but lost steam somewhere and did not regain it. I liked the bantering between the two. That is the only redeeming feature.,

11 comments:

Beth F said...

Doesn't sound like a book for me.

Here's mine Beth Fish Reads

JC Jones said...

Sounds like I need to skip this one. My TT

Kim@Time2Read said...

Hmm....I'm not sure about this one. Hope you enjoy!

kelley jensen said...

that makes me giggle. enjoy your book and thanks for stopping by. kelley—the road goes ever ever on

fredamans said...

Olivia sounds like a don't-take-crap kinda girl.

cleopatralovesbooks said...

That made me laugh - I wonder why he is so shy ;-) Here is my TT http://cleopatralovesbooks.wordpress.com/2014/04/22/teaser-tuesday-april-22/

Ellie @ Ellie Reads Ficiton said...

Nice teaser! Thanks for stopping by :)

Sandra Nachlinger said...

I like your Teaser, but sorry to hear the book was disappointing.
My Teaser is from LOVING CHLOE.

Yvonne said...

Not really a genre that I read. I'm sorry you weren't happy with the way it turned out.

Andrea Thompson said...

Fun teaser! Thanks for sharing.

Harvee Lau said...

It's nice to try out new books though, isn't it!