An Impossible Attraction ePUB ´ An Impossible Kindle

An Impossible Attraction ePUB ´ An Impossible Kindle

An Impossible Attraction ➧ An Impossible Attraction Ebook ➭ Author Brenda Joyce – Centrumpowypadkowe.co.uk With her mother s passing, Alexandra Bolton gave up on love to take care of her family Now, with the Bolton name in disgrace due to her father s profligate ways, marrying an elderly squire might be th With her mother s passing, Alexandra Bolton gave up on love to take care of her family Now, with the Bolton name in disgrace due to her father s profligate ways, marrying an elderly squire might be the only way to save her family from absolute ruin But when she meets the infamous Duke of Clarewood, old dreams and old passions are awakened as never before Yet she cannot accept An Impossible Kindle - his shocking proposition He is the wealthiest, most powerful peer in the realm, and having witnessed the cold horror of marriage as a child, he has vowed never to wed But Alexandra Bolton inflames him as no woman has ever done, and she also serves him his first rejection Now Clarewood who always gets what he wants will choose which rules to play by But when passion finally brings them together, a terrible secret threatens to tear them apart.


About the Author: Brenda Joyce

Brenda Joyce is the bestselling author of forty one novels and five novellas She has won many awards, and her debut novel, Innocent Fire, won a Best Western Romance award She has also won the highly coveted Best Historical Romance award for Splendor and Two Lifetime Achievement Awards from Romantic Times BOOKreviews There are over million copies of her novels in print and she is published in over a An Impossible Kindle - dozen foreign countriesA native New Yorker, she now lives in southern Arizona with her son, dogs, and her Arabian and half Arabian reining horses Brenda divides her time between her twin passions writing powerful love stories and competing with her horses at regional and national levels Forinformation about Brenda and her upcoming novels, please visit her Web sites brendajoyce, thedewarennedynasty and.



10 thoughts on “An Impossible Attraction

  1. Jeannie Jeannie says:

    Few things I didn t care for that the hero did First off I wouldn t call him much of a hero He s very harsh and at times mean to Alexandra She just takes it and accepts it Look, I get that his father was a meanie to him but does that mean he can t say he s sorry for being an ass What about the fact that he not only hooked up with that bitch, Charlotte, a time or two after dismissing her But then he had the gall to have a different courtesan each night after she fled his home cause he Few things I didn t care for that the hero did First off I wouldn t call him much of a hero He s very harsh and at times mean to Alexandra She just takes it and accepts it Look, I get that his father was a meanie to him but does that mean he can t say he s sorry for being an ass What about the fact that he not only hooked up with that bitch, Charlotte, a time or two after dismissing her But then he had the gall to have a different courtesan each night after she fled his home cause he s a complete tool Oh and he never even said I love you to her WTF That being said it was still a decent book I d rather accept it and move on Hope she writes about Olivia and Jack, I d read that


  2. Sarah Sarah says:

    The Hero is an ass The heroine is a doormat She should have chosen Owen.


  3. Lucie "a heart so wild" Lucie "a heart so wild" says:

    Another winner for me 10 I love the whole story, I read the whole word, each one by oneuntil the last pageand still requestingVery touching, very genuineThis is a real Duke for mehigh class people haughty mogul HeroFinish it in 2 days, with an big wow I love this bookI shall choose another Brenda Joyce


  4. Jadaloves Jadaloves says:

    Seriously, I couldn t put this book down I was hooked from the very first word Alexandra gives up the love of her life to fulfill a vow she made to her mother While I don t believe her mother ever intended for her to put her life on hold, that s exactly what she does to take care of her two younger sisters and increasingly drunk and belligerant father Unable to afford the basic things that the ladies of her class takes for granted, Alexandra considers marrying a much older Squire in order to Seriously, I couldn t put this book down I was hooked from the very first word Alexandra gives up the love of her life to fulfill a vow she made to her mother While I don t believe her mother ever intended for her to put her life on hold, that s exactly what she does to take care of her two younger sisters and increasingly drunk and belligerant father Unable to afford the basic things that the ladies of her class takes for granted, Alexandra considers marrying a much older Squire in order to provide financially for her family But when the Squire invites her family to a ball, she meets and falls head over heels for Stephen Mowbray, the Duke of Clarewood.Alexandra is duty bound She is a woman of her word and takes her responsibilities seriously But she is also unfailingly kind and is unwilling to accept handouts or charity Even when faced with viscious and untrue gossip, Alexandra holds her head up high and refuses to let anyone see her sweat The girl is made of some strong stuff and has a will of steel.Stephen Mowbray is your typical tall dark and handsome duke though his story is a little unusual He is the bastard son of Sir Rex de Warrene, but was raised by Tom Mowbray the Duke of Clarewood as his own But the Duke always resented the fact that he could never have a child of his own and treated Stephen with contempt Mirroring his Father, Stephen is cold, calculating, and always gets what he wants without making promises in return Forunately Stephen isn t all hard His close cousins and half brothers and sisters showed him kindness and love throughout his life, and his birth father always lets him know that he is proud of him Stephen does great things for the poor and downtrodden, and always treats his family well.The romance between these two was spellbinding Of course riddled with problems and misunderstandings There were a few times that Stephen really pissed me off I didn t like that he felt so entitled without any thought of the consequences for others And Alexandra exasperated me when she wouldn t take the time to explain herself She d just accept his fury and run off without even trying to make him understand her But even so, the story was captivating and I just had to know what was going to happen.Joyce did a great job with this book I loved meeting the de Warrene clan and the love between Stephen and Alexandra could not be denied Depsite the gossip, the lies, and the obstacles, these two finally managed to get it right My only complaint is that Joyce really used the word dismayed A LOT OMG everybody was dismayed all the time Other than that, great book and I will be getting the other de Warrene titles


  5. Su Su says:

    Not as good as author s some other books Not as good as author s some other books


  6. Irene Irene says:

    I loved this and couldn t stop reading it It shouldn t be a surprise because it borrows from the plot of The Masquerade, another story from the deWarenne Dynasty, that is one of my favourite romances of all time Both stories operate on this turn of events the hero is a rich dude who thinks he can make the poor gentry woman his mistress However, he believes the heroine is playing him and the heroine cannot tell him the truth and be upfront for Reasons but there s one significant change that A I loved this and couldn t stop reading it It shouldn t be a surprise because it borrows from the plot of The Masquerade, another story from the deWarenne Dynasty, that is one of my favourite romances of all time Both stories operate on this turn of events the hero is a rich dude who thinks he can make the poor gentry woman his mistress However, he believes the heroine is playing him and the heroine cannot tell him the truth and be upfront for Reasons but there s one significant change that An Impossible Attraction takes at this critical fork in the road, and that s putting the heroine through lots of grief and humiliation before she gets her happily ever after.Alexandra Bolton is down on her luck She is once again about to sacrifice her personal happiness in order to put a roof over her alcoholic father and younger sisters heads On the brink of marrying a nice squire she has no romantic feelings for, she catches the eye of the Duke of Clarewood one night at a ball Stephen is the offspring of Sir Rex and Julia, which is why Clarewood is part of the deWarrenne Dynasty Just imagine The Masquerade but Ty decided to kick out Lizzie Alexandra should annoy the reader because she is that selfless heroine withvirtue up her backside than practical intellect She receives countless offers when she is kicked out of home to leave the London gutter but nope She s making a stand Alexandra basically decided she d rather suffer in silence like a martyr than let Stephane think she was an opportunist However, I found it so fascinating because Joyce did not let Alexandra go down gently You know that scene in Disney s Cinderella when her stepsisters rip her dress That s kind of what I felt like Alexandra went through for the last half of the story At one point, she falls down in London s East Side right in front of a popular debutante rumoured to marry Stephen, and not only does Stephen appear on the scene but he also sees her hurl her breakfast on the street a few short minutes after AND THEN when Owen arrives I really could not An Impossible Attraction is a great addition to the deWarrenne Dynasty and is certainly how I feel about the story


  7. Danielle Danielle says:

    I really enjoyed this story It was not the typical historical romance but the two characters grabbed my interest as soon as started reading Stephen Mowbray, the Duke of Clarewood, is not the typical hero, but is the illegitimate son of Sir Rex de Warenne so anyone who has read any of the previous de Warenne Dynasty series or specifically A Lady at Last is probably programmed to like him because of the family connection Stephen Mowbray was raised by the Duke of Clarewood who was cold and hea I really enjoyed this story It was not the typical historical romance but the two characters grabbed my interest as soon as started reading Stephen Mowbray, the Duke of Clarewood, is not the typical hero, but is the illegitimate son of Sir Rex de Warenne so anyone who has read any of the previous de Warenne Dynasty series or specifically A Lady at Last is probably programmed to like him because of the family connection Stephen Mowbray was raised by the Duke of Clarewood who was cold and heartless, in fact even on his death bed he could not admit or even say that he was proud of his son, he only had Stephen promise to take care of Clarewood duchy His exact words were Clarewood is everything.Clarewood is your duty Stephen, having never still felt like he truly was a de Warenne, still sought out the approval of his father, the Duke even fifteen years after his death He made his life about the duchy and for years had coldly seeking out a wife but could not find any interest in a debutante However, one night at the birthday party of his half sister, our heroine Alexandra Bolton falls into his arms and piques his interest as she clearly not recently graduate of the schoolroom However, his interest in Alex was far from honorable and needless to say their journey to happily ever after was extremely bumpy Yet these two characters who had allowed promises they made to their dying parents to color their decisions and make their lives less than happy, do find happiness with each other in the end


  8. Ns Ns says:

    The de Warenne legacy continue with Stephen Mowbray and Alexandra Bolton s tempestuous and passionate love in An Impossible Attraction.As the Duke of Clarewood, Stephen Mowbray is a powerful and arrogant man who is used to getting what he wants In sharp contrast is Alexandra Bolton, an impoverished but proud woman who once sacrificed true love to care for her family The instant they meet there is no denying the immediate and powerful attraction between them For Alexandra it is an impossible a The de Warenne legacy continue with Stephen Mowbray and Alexandra Bolton s tempestuous and passionate love in An Impossible Attraction.As the Duke of Clarewood, Stephen Mowbray is a powerful and arrogant man who is used to getting what he wants In sharp contrast is Alexandra Bolton, an impoverished but proud woman who once sacrificed true love to care for her family The instant they meet there is no denying the immediate and powerful attraction between them For Alexandra it is an impossible attraction because she is not in his league and cannot expect marriage, while for Stephen it is an attraction he intends to pursue despite dishonorable intent Thus, the pursuit and seduction begin, and eventually the surrender What begins as an improper arrangement between them, awakens old passions and feelings within Alexandra and touches emotions Stephen never knew he could feel However, misunderstandings and secrets threaten their love and it is trust that they need to find before they can find love The premise is quite ordinary and predictable, and the setting is restrained The whole story only takes place in Edgemont Way, Clarewood, and briefly in London but the intensity of emotions shared between Alexandra and Stephen makes up for it There are many passionate moments whether in love or anger that is both heart tugging and emotionally evoking


  9. Aneca Aneca says:

    After one winner and one loser I decided to give Joyce another try The blurb sounded like an emotional story which is always favourites of mine I didn t like it as much as The Perfect Bride but it was definitely better than A Dangerous Love.Clarewood is a hero in the tradition of Joyce s alpha heroes He is not a bad guy but around the heroine he behaves abominably He is decided to have Alex has his mistress despite the fact that she is a gentlewoman She wants to marry well to help her famil After one winner and one loser I decided to give Joyce another try The blurb sounded like an emotional story which is always favourites of mine I didn t like it as much as The Perfect Bride but it was definitely better than A Dangerous Love.Clarewood is a hero in the tradition of Joyce s alpha heroes He is not a bad guy but around the heroine he behaves abominably He is decided to have Alex has his mistress despite the fact that she is a gentlewoman She wants to marry well to help her family but between Clarewood s pressure and her attraction to him she eventually bends to his will.Clarewood seemed to me too marked by his past, he was too arrogant, too hard, too stubborn He wanted things to be just as he wanted them no matter how bad they might be for Alex For a while I actually despaired that he would come to his senses My favourite part was when Alex decided to leave him and all the heartache behind to try to make it on her own But she eventually falls in his power again I thought there was much potential for poignancy here but not all was fulfilled as it was such a mismatch the power they each had.I did like the romance between Clarewood s mother and her beau and was very sorry that there wasn t much about them.Grade 3.5 5


  10. Vivianne Vivianne says:

    Very very beautiful romance romantic, not rhetorical, not repetitive, very engaging, never a dull moment He Stephen really is a little evil BUT he change he evolves to reach the positive final, of course without haste, the reader is not shocked by the change I really appreciated the way in which Joyce has made this mutation in other novels, it seems have changed the book But this novel really surprised me, I appreciated the skill of the writer in describing the mutatio Very very beautiful romance romantic, not rhetorical, not repetitive, very engaging, never a dull moment He Stephen really is a little evil BUT he change he evolves to reach the positive final, of course without haste, the reader is not shocked by the change I really appreciated the way in which Joyce has made this mutation in other novels, it seems have changed the book But this novel really surprised me, I appreciated the skill of the writer in describing the mutation in the male character Arid man who thinks he does not know the love.Besides that I also liked how the author described the personality and the suffering of the female character, who have a strong and fighting temperament but this one is undermined by the love for the man who can t correspond her, man that she loved but wrong she belive that they can t understand each otherBut they are wrong of course 4 stars and 1 5 because I don t like the story of Stephen s mother boring me when I only whant know the story about Alexandra and Stephen


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