My Lord, My Love

My Lord My Love SynopsisMeliora a mere servant girl never dreamed the handsome black haired Lord of the castle would ever be interested in someone like her Possibly as a mistress to bed while he searched for a sui

  • Title: My Lord, My Love
  • Author: stella ford
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 420
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • SynopsisMeliora, a mere servant girl, never dreamed the handsome, black haired Lord of the castle would ever be interested in someone like her Possibly as a mistress to bed while he searched for a suitable wife, but never someone he could truly love One look at the beautiful and exotic Meliora bathing in the river and Ranulf was completely smitten But as an Earl he hasSynopsisMeliora, a mere servant girl, never dreamed the handsome, black haired Lord of the castle would ever be interested in someone like her Possibly as a mistress to bed while he searched for a suitable wife, but never someone he could truly love One look at the beautiful and exotic Meliora bathing in the river and Ranulf was completely smitten But as an Earl he has responsibilities and rules to follow Falling in love and marrying a servant girl from a foreign land was not something that would be accepted or even allowed.Will their love be enough to keep them together or will Ranulf be forced to give up everything he s ever known to be with the woman he loves

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    418 thoughts on “My Lord, My Love

    • My Lord.This book should be renamed My Lord, Mylanta. I swear. The writing is ham-fisted and there is too much of a push for an HEA at all costs. The heroine is annoying. The hero is obviously the most clueless man in the world if he never noticed that the girl's hair was gone. And seriously, the villains were Limburger. Also, are they in France or England? The historic references are jumbled. :sigh: Is this the worse book I've ever read? Sadly, no. So I'll be generous and say 1.5 stars.



    • This book so had the potential to be great but alas it feel short on all fronts. My doubts began to form with their first conversation after they kissed. Her naïveté had no bounds right up until the last pages. And the hero was no better!! Even at that one critical moment where the book could have been saved from certain death, the dialogue continued to disappoint. I'm equal parts thankful the book was on Kindle Unlimited and angry I can't ask for my money back.



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