[ PDF / Epub ] ☆ The Endearment Author LaVyrle Spencer – Writerscompany.co.uk

The Endearment From The Streets Of Th Century Boston To The Harsh Frontier She Wove A Web Of Deception To Ensnare Her Man Lovely, Fiery Tempered Anna Reardon Was Forced To Lie To Get Out Of The Street Urchin S Life That Shamed Her To Become Karl Lindstrom S Mail Order Bride In The Beautiful, Treacherous Minnesota WildernessKarl Forgave Anna For Her Deceptions But There Was Still One Shameful, Burning Secret That She Had To Hide From Him, Knowing Its Revelation Would Destroy The Love That Had Become Her Very Life

10 thoughts on “The Endearment

  1. says:

    If I was to list the Grande Old Dames of Historical Romance, I d definitely have LaVyrle Spencer on my list It s a shame that she has retired from writing, but at least she leaves a legacy behind in her excellent books she has written.The Endearment is one of her books I managed to overlook for some reason Initially, I thought it was one of the many tha

  2. says:

    3 to 3 1 2 stars At first this book didn t work for me but as I continued to ponder the story, I found it actually did I spent much of this book with feelings of frustration and even anger at both the hero and heroine due to their choices and behaviors I also felt there were times the connection between the two was lacking, and I never did become a full beli

  3. says:

    One of those books where you start out disliking one mc while the other seems like a gullible fool And then before long your opinions and loyalties get reversed I disliked the dishonesty and lies employed by the h a mail order bride to get the H to send for her even as I understood her desperation The H, on the other hand comes across as a gentle giant full of ho

  4. says:

    Spoilers I was hesitant to read this one, based on some of the reviews I read but I am glad I did This is my first read by this author, and I must say it was good.The book starts out with me hating the heroine Anna She is a mail order bride, who has lied about almost everything about herself in order to have the hero Karl pay her way to Minnesota to become his bride H

  5. says:

    Weak 3 stars Downer Too sad I cried too much I preferuplifting stories.The best part was seeing what life was like in rural Minnesota in 1854 living alone in the wilderness with Indians for neighbors Karl immigrated from Sweden He talked of foods growing in the wild He talked about different types of trees and how each type of wood was good for different things We see him

  6. says:

    4.5 starsSecond book to read by the author Enjoyed this one .To me, this is a book not only about forgiveness but also about commitment to marriage Two people who had not met and in many ways were wrong for each other arranged a marriage sight unseen Regardless of another matesuited, they choose each other.

  7. says:

    4.5 stars.I m convinced that LaVyrle Spencer can t write a book that I don t likeI, Karl, take thee, Anna My little whiskey haired Anna for my lawful wedded wife How I have waited for you to have and to hold Not yet have I even held you, Anna from this day forward Forward to this night, and tomorrow and tomorrow For better, for worse In spite of everything, I know I could do far wor

  8. says:

    This book would have garnered a higher rating from me had I been able to like the heroine, Anna, even a little bit I couldn t And that upset me because, honestly, I got where she was coming from with her desperation, but I just couldn t bring myself to like anything about her And Karl deserved so muchthan she was able to giveeven at the end This isn t to say it s a bad book It isn t It s

  9. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here LaVyrleLaVyrleLaVyrle LaVyrle always IMO manages to write a romance that pulls you in and pulls at your heart strings This is my second LaVyrle Spencer book and it will definitely NOT be my last I needed a good book and she delivered She is quickly becoming a fav of mine, along with Judith McNaught for HR books.An

  10. says:

    I actually tried but couldn t finish this bookwhich is unbelievable since I love LaVyrle Spencer and have devoured almost every book she has every written But for me, I struggled with two things1 There was way too much time spent on details that weren t really necessary to the story Consequently I felt there were places that just stalled and I lost interest 2 I couldn t get past Ann s complacency

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