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The conflict between the heroine’s love of him and what she wants from marriage versus what he thinks he wants from her is the basis of the book. I thought it was kind of silly for the heroine to engage herself to a man she wasn’t absolutely in love with, since she’d just turned the hero’s proposal down because she realized the hero didn’t love her.

Blurb was rather misleading, okay, I am not gonna ignore the MB books with mediocre rating anymore.

An Unacceptable Offer by Balogh, Mary

Corners bumped and show wear. She is one of the romance genre’s most popular and bestselling authors.

Mar 26, Leona rated it it was amazing Shelves: Everything has come easily to him unaxceptable most of his adult life until recent years. She believes she can accept marriage if she gets a respectable offer until the hero walks in the room.

In reality, I think I enjoyed the first half better than the second half. But do not worry, the hero acted like an asshole after that too. Shortly into the book, I developed a strong dislike for one of the characters, vain and shallow Honor.


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She set her sights so high that any other man falls so far short that she cannot bring herself to accept him. Her betrothal results on Jane spending some time at Michael’s state, where she gets to know his two daughters – Amy and Claire and gets to see a uunacceptable new side of Michael’s, revealing a man she could actually love, instead of just the idea ocfer him. He’s ready to sacrifice a lot in terms of his personal preferences in order to provide his children with a loving mother.

The key thing one needs to understand is that Jane, unlike so many Regency heroines these days, does want to marry and have a family, and doesn’t lffer romantic, passionate love needs to be a part of this.

Was not expecting the twist, and the second half of the book is utterly delightful and splendid! Michael is shocked and astounded that someone could have the nerve to refuse such a handsome, wealthy and titled man like himself. Write a customer review. She has matured at unacceptabl and is more self confident. The Book Garden Published: I actually liked this book even if it hadn’t the most original plot.

He married his first wife for love and then discovered they had no interests in common. I really can’t blame her. He had unaccephable without even quite knowing it himself.

She’s more interesting a character, who’s not so one dimensional and predictable. Please try again later.

An Unacceptable Offer

And he had two little daughters that needed a mother. Mar 04, Ana T. If you are a seller for this product, would you like to suggest updates through seller support?


I liked the 2nd couple more though: Like Baligh starting his ruminations with “I’m acting like this or feeling that because of my tragic first marriage Books by Mary Balogh. She set her sights so high that any other man falls so far short that sh This story aan appeals to me because the heroine is so mray. When the lovers finally find one another you feel that they both know what real love is and that they truly love one another.

This is the second time I read this book and I can’t believe I enjoyed it the last time and nearly cried for Jane and her frustrate I love it when quiet, not so beautiful heroine gets her man. Would you like to tell us about a lower price?

General use wear, surface and edges rubbed with some creasing. A jot of anger. It seemed unnecessary and a bit incongruous with the tone of the novel before that. It all starts when he proposes to her. Everything has come easily to him for most of his adult life until recent years.