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Taming the Shrew By Cari Hislop,

  • Title: Taming the Shrew
  • Author: Cari Hislop
  • ISBN: 2940000695722
  • Page: 298
  • Format: Nook
  • The wealthy Miss Juliana Browne has a number of problems she s twenty five, her hair is red, she s on the shelf, life is hateful and her only known admirer is Hervey De Vere, a freckled orange haired fortune hunter who looks eighteen After three years of continuous snubs, he s still chasing her with endless offers of gallantry and proposals of marriage When Juliana s moThe wealthy Miss Juliana Browne has a number of problems she s twenty five, her hair is red, she s on the shelf, life is hateful and her only known admirer is Hervey De Vere, a freckled orange haired fortune hunter who looks eighteen After three years of continuous snubs, he s still chasing her with endless offers of gallantry and proposals of marriage When Juliana s mother suggests she solve her problems by marrying the said Hervey, Juliana is revolted until her mother reveals that Hervey has a reputation as a charming, attentive and discreet lover Assured that her married friends will turn green with envy Juliana impulsively weds the man She quickly discovers her boyish looking husband is than man enough to tame her contrary heart.
    Taming the Shrew The wealthy Miss Juliana Browne has a number of problems she s twenty five her hair is red she s on the shelf life is hateful and her only known admirer is Hervey De Vere a freckled orange haired

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    1. Firstly, the heroine is a shrew, but she has her reasons When the reader chooses to stop and think about what these are it is easy to sympathize with Juliana and see the pain and longing below the furious facade.She has been largely neglected growing up Her father has been dead for some time and her bed ridden mother mostly absent from her life.It is clear no one has loved her enough to correct her temperamental outbursts, until the smitten Hervey comes along and sees the hurt, vulnerable creatu [...]

    2. I want to this short romance stars I think with an little editing and a honest first reader this writer has great promise She has a good plot, nice dialogue, and can manage multiple characters However, the octave of the tone of this short is too high It is farce like which could be okay but I really like the h and H and could like the rest of the brothers but they are not aware of the farce and it really is not needed All the screaming was very annoying as was the over use of the word Satanic I [...]

    3. I don t know what to make of this book It all seems so shouty and the dialogue rushed It s certainly a different story, not the usual plot line.

    4. There was a reason the woman was called a shrew and every readers finds out what that reason is The main character is terribly unlikable in the beginning But throughout the course of this short story, which is funny and fun, we learn to like the dynamic between the two lovers and the way the man treats his woman in quite funny This is the best of Ms Hislop s books.

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