Wicked Delights of a Bridal Bed (Byrons of Braebourne Book 4)

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Wicked Delights of a Bridal Bed (Byrons of Braebourne Book 4)

Wicked Delights of a Bridal Bed (Byrons of Braebourne Book 4)

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NB: As a general comment, here is a link to a more general complaint of mine regarding romance novels (this novel was cited as an example of the problems I discuss in my complaint). But he and Mallory had known each other for far too many years to stand on formality at this point. If they had, she would never have cried in his arms today at all, he realized. I also enjoyed that little moment between Edward and Adam, when Edward talks to Adam about being careful and slow with Mallory, due to what she's been through. Adam asks if he is warning him off and Edward says, "Not at all. Only suggesting you go slowly." And Adam replies, "Considering the number of years I've known her, I don't think I could go any more slowly." And Edward has this little moment of realization that Adam has had feelings for her for much longer than they knew. And I loved how nobody ever realized this. I almost feel like they were just obtuse and never actually chose to even consider it, so they never had reason to suspect it. I feel like that was also proof that they all loved Adam as their own and trusted him. Which of course was not misplaced. And I loved that about the Byrons. They're all so welcoming and loving. And funny and charming! It's such a wonderful family. Anyways, I really loved that moment because it's always fun to see people realize things like this that they never once considered. And it also shows just how amazing Adam was at hiding his feelings for so long. Hungry? How could he possibly think of food at a moment like this? Then she recalled why he said he’d kissed her.

Adam is 32 and Mallory is 22. They make a great pair. It's so sweet how Adam has loved Mallory for so long. And she loved him to, but didn't know he loved her. Typical setting, lol. I was very happy with the whole book except for the love scene in which Adam wants her to "Say my name". If that's not a modern day sex thing, then I don't know what is. That ruined the whole scene for me. I didn't care for his attitude that whole scene. I know he was trying to stake a claim on her because of Michael. Only because I was scared, frightened of losing my heart again after so much grief. I loved Michael, but I think deep down I knew I loved you more. That I’ve always loved you, since I was a girl.” Unsure what to rate this - I was looking forward to reading it; Adam's angst had been built up in previous books. And it started well, though I thought 15 months was long for Mallory to be still that caught up in mourning for Michael. This was a great read, definitely emotional and yet sweet and also angsty. I didn't encounter many funny moments in this one as opposed to some of the others. Which was totally ok. It had a little humor thrown in lightly, but mostly it was filled with emotion and two people tredding lightly and learning one another and dealing with their fears and love for each other. It had lots of sweet moments and lots of angst and a bit of drama thrown it. If you love angst then grab yourself a hot cup of cocoa and dig in because you'll love it!A mere half an hour ago, she would have opted to ride straight home. But a strange restfulness seemed to have invaded her system, along with a sense of shared understanding. Adam knew what it was to grieve. He’d experienced loss and come out the other side. As for his rather high-handed kiss, she supposed she couldn’t hold it against him, not when she knew his intentions had been good. I enjoyed the beginning, then became so enraged when I read on that I had trouble finishing the book.

I can't believe I am saying this, but their relationship was just sex. I wanted to read the banter & the fun time they spent together that was mentioned. That would have been the romance.Were he competing against a flesh-and-blood rival, he would have stood a fair chance. But how did a man battle a ghost? sigh* I just can't buy off that she'd be that deeply in mourning for Michael for that long - when she really didn't love him to begin with. And was she in love with Michael or Adam? I get that she might have thought she was in love with Michael during their engagement, but that would have faded with time - if she wasn't in love with him as she later was with Adam. She came off emotionally confused. I'd think she would have figured out she'd not really been in love with Michael before 15 months after his death, never mind after she's in a sexual relationship with Adam. This also veered on her using Adam, which I don't care for. For now she would let herself take advantage of his kindness and hope it helped her heal. Beyond that, she didn’t know. She would deal with each day as it came and care naught for the future.



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