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The Husband Campaign PDF ï The Husband  MOBI :á A Marriage of Necessity The moment John, Lord Hascot, encounters a young woman sheltering in his abandoned stable, his future is sealed To prevent scandal and protect Lady Amelia Jacoby from her parents ire he must propose John s ability to trust vanished when his former love married his twin brother Yet he offers Amelia everything she could want except affection Amelia sees John s true nature shine through when he cares for his horses But the brooding aristocrat seems determined to keep her at arm s length Little by little Amelia will turn Hollyoak Farm into a home, but can she turn a marriage of convenience into a joyful union The Master Matchmakers Wedding bells will ring when downstairs servants play Cupid for upstairs aristocracy Amelia was running from a fight with her mother and ended up in the stable of John s farm He finds her and she spends the night sleeping in the stable with him keeping watch The only way that Amelia s reputation will remain intact is for John to propose At first Amelia thinks she finds a way to avoid marring John but her parents get their way and she is soon wed to a man who does not love her She hopes to run his house and with time win his heart This is the third and last book in this seri Amelia was running from a fight with her mother and ended up in the stable of John s farm He finds her and she spends the night sleeping in the stable with him keeping watch The only way that Amelia s reputation will remain intact is for John to propose At first Amelia thinks she finds a way to avoid marring John but her parents get their way and she is soon wed to a man who does not love her She hopes to run his house and with time win his heart This is the third and last book in this series I very much enjoyed this book.What I liked Amelia so wanted her father to love her Yet he marries her off for his own gain Even though her situation is frustrating she remains positive and works to get to know her husband and make her marriage work John see s through her father s antics and wants to do right by Amelia but he struggles with his past He has closed off his heart due to another woman s rejection I thought both main characters did a good job of working through their trials.What I did not like This book was very well written and nothing really bothered me in this book Over all this was a good book There was some suspense in this book though a little predictable I also liked how the horses were written about in this book Made for some funny moments This book can be read as a stand alone but I highly recommend going back and reading the series from the beginning.http abbiesreadingcorner.com 2014 0 Lady Amelia Jacoby has an argument with her mother and dashes away on her horse She ends up crying herself to sleep in a little used stable, where she is discovered by the owner, John, Lord Hascot John is shy and socially awkward He knows little about women and a lot about horses He thinks he ll just leave the lady alone and no one will be the wiser, but when a terrible thunder storm spooks the horses and wakes the lady, John is stuck comforting them both Though nothing happens, John knows Lady Amelia Jacoby has an argument with her mother and dashes away on her horse She ends up crying herself to sleep in a little used stable, where she is discovered by the owner, John, Lord Hascot John is shy and socially awkward He knows little about women and a lot about horses He thinks he ll just leave the lady alone and no one will be the wiser, but when a terrible thunder storm spooks the horses and wakes the lady, John is stuck comforting them both Though nothing happens, John knows he must offer for her His offer is soundly rejected Amelia has no intentions of marrying anyone she doesn t love and she doesn t care what the ton thinks of her She actually relishes the idea that no one of consequence will ever offer for her Amelia s parents, the Marquess and Marchioness of Wesworth have other ideas Lord Wesworth desires nothingthan Lord Hascot s horses John refuses to sell to anyone who will not treat his horses with the care and respect they deserve They are his friends, his children, his life not ornaments to be collected or beasts to be ordered about Against his instincts, John finds himself accepting Lord Weworth s offer of Amelia Amelia is reluctant to wed the quiet young Baron but she doesn t have much choice She hopes at least she will have children to care for and keep her company during the lonely days and nights her husband spends with his beloved horses When she learns her husband has no intentions of making the marriage a real one, she becomes determined to campaign for his love John is hesitant to open up to Amelia He has difficulty finding the words and he fears that a Society beauty like Amelia will not care for him as he is He loved once, only to have his heart broken and he fears to love again Can these two unhappy souls find their way to each other Usually I hate marriage of convenience novels but I ended up really liking this one It was different and sweet The plot is engaging despite the lack of murderers and traitors Though this is an Inspirational novel, there isn t a lot of Christian content and the message isn t at all heavy handed It s very similar to Regina Scott s older books for Zebra It s slightly darker in tone The main characters are both psychologically damaged and in need of each other They have to learn to trust each other and care about each other before they can be together This isn t an easy task given the characters back stories Neither had a particularly happy upbringing and Amelia s parents continue to be horrible and interfere with her life After her marriage, Amelia thinks she s becoming a new person, but I think she was really just becoming the person she was all along Unhindered by her beastly parents, she s free to speak her mind In her own home, she can take control and finally become an adult She could be a Mary Sue or Fanny Price because she s so sweet and kind and good, but I didn t see her that way She s also strong and can be outspoken when she wants to be She fights hard for what she wants She displays brief moments of temper and impatience with those she considers rude I really liked her and her journey The way she blossoms and learns to stand up for herself is wonderful At first I did not like John I wanted to because he s shy, socially awkward and loves animalsthan people, but I found his brooding to be completely unfounded He has no reason to neglect his wife I kept wondering what was wrong with him Perhaps it s a difference in the male female way of thinking that he couldn t see how Amelia was lonely and suffering Then a quarter of the way into the book, he reveals his reasons for brooding He was once bitten and is now twice shy He is afraid of being hurt again With his horses, he knows where he stands and they wouldn t deliberately hurt him I can understand that but I still think he treated Amelia badly He was also quite clueless about why Magnum didn t like Amelia I don t know much about horses but I figured it out right away Once he realized he could trust Amelia and began to open up, of course I liked him much better I think at first he thought of her like one of his horses who was being mistreated so of course he had to rescue her, but once she was at Hollyoak Farm, he panicked He wasn t so off the mark though, Amelia is a lot like a combination of two of his favorite female horses, the wounded, proud Contessa and the fiery Fiernza The relationship develops slowly and quietly It s paced just right and doesn t go too fast or drag on with too many misunderstandings the way marriage of convenience plots usually do There are also secondary humans in the story, in addition to the horses, who are the main secondary characters The villains are largely stock characters culled from the standard book of Regency villains They show a tiny bit of depth but not a whole lot I didn t like any of them or feel anything except annoyance at them I wished they would disappear from the story and let the h h have their HEAquickly The servants don t play a large role in this book but I liked the outspoken Turner and her unwavering devotion to Amelia She offers up a little nudge when needed Hennessey too takes a minor role in directing the love affair and the vet, Marcus Fletcher, offers his unasked for opinions The servants aren t funny the way I expected them to be though Only Dorcas offers some comic relief Rounding out the secondary characters are a grande dame Duchess, Lady Bellington and her daughter, Lady Prudence Lady Bellington would get along with Lady Catherine de Bourgh Lady Prudence is an amusing hypochondriac Her chronic, scientifically named diseases made me chuckle I didn t find her manipulative, merely wanting attention and felt a bit sorry for her There was a bit too much about horses and horse training in this novel If it was dogs, I would have listened with rapt attention, but I m not a big fan of horses I also noticed some small errors A vet would be titled Mr not Dr and sugar cubes didn t exist yet Sugar came in loaves and had to be broken off into lumps I m sure the author knows that and the publisher chose to make it thefamiliar cube instead of lump This is a sweet, tender, heartwarming love story I recommend it to everyone who wantssubstance with their romance, and Mr Thornton lovers, as the hero is modeled a bit on Richard Armitage The picture on the cover is supposed to look like him, but I don t see it Brooding John Hascot and Brooding John Thornton are sort of similar though That.Was.Such.A.Good.Book I enjoyed it Totally recommend to anyone who s looking for a quick,yet enjoyable read. I really enjoyed this one I read it out of order, but didn t feel like I missed anything It can stand on its own, but still has me wanting to go back and read the first two books I simply read this one first because I always enjoy a marriage of convenience storyline.Anyway, Amelia gets stuck in a storm and seeks shelter in an old barn She doesn t realize it belongs to the reclusive Lord Hascot John is also seeking shelter from the storm when he discovers Amelia in his barn Even though they I really enjoyed this one I read it out of order, but didn t feel like I missed anything It can stand on its own, but still has me wanting to go back and read the first two books I simply read this one first because I always enjoy a marriage of convenience storyline.Anyway, Amelia gets stuck in a storm and seeks shelter in an old barn She doesn t realize it belongs to the reclusive Lord Hascot John is also seeking shelter from the storm when he discovers Amelia in his barn Even though they spent an innocent night together, tongues start wagging and John offers Amelia a marriage of convenience Amelia is looking forward to getting away from her overbearing and uncaring parents and thinks things could only be better with Lord Hascot.I liked Amelia quite a bit She is used to being timid and obedient to her parents, but under John s care she begins to discover herself, and her backbone I liked the growth she went through I also liked John quite a bit He is a bit of a grump, but has a kind heart I thought they were well suited I liked that John wasn t your typical Regency hero, he has a minor title, but his passion is breeding and caring training horses I loved that part of the story.Like most stories there has to be some bumps along the road to Happily Ever After and those take the form of John s former love and sister in law Lady Caroline and her beau and a surprise visitor There is a mild mystery can hardly call it that , but for the most part it s just a pleasant read I liked it and would recommend it to regency fans.ContentRomance Clean view spoiler Mild talk about not consummating the marriage until they are ready and mild gossip about how they haven t consummated the marriage Mild talk about children and her disappointment in possibly not having any Otherwise, just a few chaste kisses hide spoiler Religion Mild I didn t feel it was overbearing and any Christian aspects seemed true to character I didn t feel preached to

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