Courting Julia By Mary Balogh – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. When Julia’s rich stepfather died, his legacy drew suitors to Julia like bees to honey. Yet for all the practical men who offered their hands, none could make her . When Julia Maynard’s step-grandfather died, he leaves her his beautiful estate home on the condition that one of his five nephews marries her within a month.
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View all 16 comments. On his deathbed, he is worried about her future, and changes his will in order to see her settled. But he redeems himself and lets lose his emotions and I like how Julia is still herself and Daniel wants her for that. Want to Read saving…. And I will read more her romances because her books ar It was a nice Regency romance, with a little humor, banter between main heroes and amusing characters. His determination to always be honorable and upright was admirable, but his continued disapproval of the heroine quickly became annoying.
The whole novel was rather slapdash, with fairly flat characters that did not cuorting me. I read the next book, Dancing with Clara, several years ago.
Sure, they were passionate, but I think till they had the “talk in the tree”, I didnt really want to see these two together. Daniel believes that Julia is an undisciplined, ill-mannered hoyden who shows a shocking lack of propriety.
Courting Julia (Sullivan, book 1) by Mary Balogh
While four of her male cousins appear eager to wed her for the estate, her grandfather’s heir, Daniel, immediately states that he would never marry her.
They all court her and offer her marriage—all, that is, except Daniel, the new earl, who has always disapproved of Julia’s wild ways just as she had always despised his stuffiness. This book is filled to the brim with victi Trigger warning for rape threats, assault, and a whole lot of ignoring that when the love ballogh does it.
Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. I think that Mary Balogh’s style of writing doesn’t satisfy me like e. It is wanting to give affection and approval and comfort and everything that is oneself,demanding nothing in return.
This book is filled to the brim with victim-blaming. Courting Julia by Mary Balogh. It’s a fascinating premise, and there’s a lovely twist at the end. My only criticism was that in the Kindle ebook, the word “I” was often typed with a number 1 – especially the latter chapters – the publisher should check this.
The MC’s spend a lot of time arguing but they’re unable to deny their attraction for maryy other. Jul 29, Meg Watts rated it really liked it.
At Last Comes Love. I really enjoyed this, particularly the ending.
She has written more than one balgoh historical novels and novellas, more than thirty of which have julix New York Times bestsellers. Yes No Thanks for your feedback! Virtually everything he says consists of slut shaming the heroine and blaming her for his feelings and actions.
And she sees him has a bore who forgot how to enjoy himself and only cares about convention. I have never been a fan of hoydens. I’m still going to review the book like I would any of her modern stuff even knowing the changes in her writing style, however.
Courting Julia (Sullivan, #1) by Mary Balogh
It Happened One Season. She’s at the centre everything that happens, including uulia minor storylines, because she’s by nature a sociable, feisty and adventurous young heroine. It was a courfing reread, but I think I’m most looking forward to the third book of the trilogy which my library back then did not have.
The male love interest even says in no uncertain terms that it would have been the female protagonist’s fault if she had been raped because of the way she was acting.