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Author: Julia James
ISBN: 0263853659
Subcategory: Contemporary
Pages 192 pages
Publisher Mills and Boon (2007)
Language English
Category: Romance
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 549
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eBook Bedded or Wedded download

by Julia James

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Bedded, or Wedded? by. James, Julia. American Light Romantic Fiction, Fiction, Fiction - Romance, Romance: Modern, Romance - Contemporary, Fiction, Romance, General, Marriage, Man-woman relationships. Toronto ; New York : Harlequin. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by Tracey Gutierres on November 19, 2014. SIMILAR ITEMS (based on metadata). Book Lists Lissa works hard to help her sister. Bedded, Or Wedded? Published: Dec-2007 Lissa works hard to help her sister. Xavier Lauran has pursued Lissa from the moment he walked into the Soho casino.

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Mills & Boon novels were Julia James’ first grown up books she read as a teenager, and she's been reading them ever since. In between writing she enjoys walking, gardening, needlework and baking extremely gooey chocolate cakes and trying to stay fit!

Bedded, or wedded? Julia james. JULIA JAMES lives in England with her family. Mills & Boon® were the first ‘grown up’ books she read as a teenager, alongside Georgette Heyer and Daphne du Maurier, and she’s been reading them ever since.

Bedded, or wedded? Julia james. Julia adores the English and Celtic countryside, in all its seasons, and is fascinated by all things historical, from castles to cottages.

Lissa lives a really crappy life. She works hours and hours and hours, trying to make money for a very good reason.

Xavier thinks Lissa is a con-girl, and that she's out to capture his step-brother's heart (and money.) So, he sets out to seduce her and nip the other relationship in the bud.

It's obvious from pretty early on that She is not what he first thought, and he's completely captivated by her. When suddenly she finds herself free to have a relationship with him, she does so.

And then it all blows up.

There is much agita and angst. There is a bit of question for me - like what's going to happen when the step brother finds out what Xavier did? That won't make for brotherly trust and love, for sure. But the story itself is a good, hot romance.

I can't believe he didn't check any deeper with who he was investigating but then again if you fall in love with your "target" all is lost except the line between truth and lie.
Zeus Wooden
This was a very lovely story. Pieced together nicely with wonderfully drawn artwork. Pictures can really help the reader to be drawn into this story about a young woman striving to make a dream possible for others while achieving her own happiness.
love it.
All her books are really good, and this book was no exception, but I just wish she would come up with better titles for them!!
Gold as Heart
I like a little more drama in my books and this didn't get dramatic until the very end. I did like that it was a quick read.
C0uld have been a four star but the hero needed to do much more in terms of either suffering or groveling.

All in all a nice romance with a heroine with a spine of steel until the bitter end. Despite inexcusable accusations by the H, she lets him get away with a minimal apology.

He needed either a separation from the heroine or a more extended grovel.

Great recap reviews out there. Reading in One-Click Buy: December Harlequin Presents I had completely forgotten the climactic scene when the hero throws verbal filth at the heroine. You are a gold-digging ho in a smarmy French accent. His rant is horrible; it's epic, and she just sits there horrified.

I can handle that. What I can't handle is her letting him off the hook so easily. When he finds out what a Mary Sue Martyr she is instead of a gold digging hussy all he can blab out is, "Why didn't you tell me?" like it's her fault. Come on! He should have been shunned and had to crawl across broken glass. At least drink for a couple of weeks and have a hero's decline into pale and wan.

It's apparent that Julia James has taken a page from Penny Jordan and Sara Craven and levels maximum angst at her Harlequin tiny h's.
The heroine in the novel, Lissa is totally unsympathetic. The hero Xavier was a bit arrogant but just about every problem these two had could have been solved with communication.

Xavier is a CEO of a luxury item company, think Gucci. His brother Armand in London has e-mailed him telling him of his upcoming nuptials. Since Armand has been duped by women before, Xavier must check out this future sister-in-law but he must do so on the down low.

He has Armand followed and sees a heavily made up woman leaving the flat his brother visited. Said girl works at a casino. Now this is where as an American, I might be missing something because respectable American casinos do not employ women who make sure customers drink champagne, also act as hostesses and who are forced to dance with customers but apparently this is how casinos operate in London. Xavier walks in and Lissa is forced to spend time with him. She feels uncomfortable doing so and has no idea he is Armand's brother.

Xavier's feels his fears about his brother marrying a gold digger are founded after seeing Lissa dressed as a tart. His mind is changed however, when he sees her leaving the casino without make up and she is beautiful and desirable. He takes her to dinner the next night and asks her to his room she says no but wants to say yes. He gets mad.

Now Lissa has a sister and the reader surmises her sister was in some sort of car accident but instead of being explained fully, the author reveals the accident in abrupt disjointed images.

Lissa and Xavier begin an affair but I never felt like Xavier really liked Lissa and I wondered how he could hurt his brother in this fashion. Lissa is a total contradiction. She hates her job, but does works at the Casino because she needs the money (this makes little sense even when I found out what she was using the money for, Britain has National Health), she has an affair with Xavier but will not share her feelings and worst of all never explains herself. I guess she believes Xavier must have telepathy powers. She does not even try to clear up misunderstandings, and the conclusions Xavier draws about her character are very reasonable. Lissa, however, just expects him to know her character in less than a month. This was exasperating and so annoying that I disliked her and this novel immensely.