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    Seduce Me with Sapphires The London Jewels Trilogy Series #2Jane FeatherhttpwwwjanefeatherauthorcomRelease date 01282020Publisher Kensington ZebraBlurb A FLAWED CUT The Honorable Miss Fenella Grantley has a secret she’s been taking drama classes and longs to be an actress Ladies of her standing don’t appear on stage but Fenella has never been one for society’s rules She’s uite excited to take on the challenge of reading the leading role in a new play—until she meets the playwright Toeing the line between infuriating and irresistible his first impression leaves a lot to be desired  OR A RARE FIND?Edward Tremayne illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton scorned the ton years ago making his own way in the world and pursuing his literary gifts on the side The only thing he misses from his old world is Fenella Since seeing her at a ball when she was a young debutante he’s never forgotten her Now that fate has reunited them Edward’s determined to make her his leading lady—in every way But the only thing they see eye to eye on is their intense passion for each other And it just may take a massive misunderstanding for their love to get on the same precious page My review When two personalities collide will attraction be enough to flout the rulesI wanted to read this story because the blurb intrigued meIf I had not known it was a historical romance I found the narrative very modernIn fact it could have been set today with some adjustments of courseAs no date was specified it is by checking the previous book in this series that I learned it was set around 1903As I have no knowledge of this time period I felt a bit lost I learned a little about society’s conventions during the regency and Victorian eras but here I was at loss by the freedom given to Fenella It is probably me as I do not know about rules during this portion of timeSo okay she spend great time wandering alone in the city or at a man’s home but having sex with him after two encounters and without thinking of protection it was stupid than free to me Especially when it is addressed he is a result from the other side of the blanket So very careless of her and himAfter outside this it was a tale of two characters clashing will Those are two persons with a temper they can be very easily angered if the right points are touchedEdward appears to suffer from some Mood disorders is it a creator’s syndrome?I hope not as the many I know a little are all adorable peoplesYet despite his easily infuriated self he knows his flaws and when things go down he refuses to let them fester and tries to settle themIt is what I loved the most about him he is uite an upsetting man but for all his mistakes and defaults he is also a thoughtful fellow he apologizes when he realizes he was wrongFenella is some way like him she dislikes to be said what to do why she is reading to throw society’s rules to the window to enjoy herselfAt time I found her lacking when she refused to listen to Edward she is upset but him too why I thought her reaction rather childishWhile for a moment I was flying over the pages not really connecting with their story then the last part of the book caught me why I slowed my reading to see how they might mend the bridge they created by their actions and wordsWhy my 375 stars rounded to 4So if you like angsty tale with readily flustered protagonists who address their issues with foods discussions and love making it is a story for youI was granted an advance copy by the publisher Kensington through NetgalleyHere is my true and unbiased opinionhttpswwwfacebookcom429830134272


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    As a wealthy baron's daughter Miss Fenella Grantley is expected to make a good match and take her place in London high society But Fenella is no fan of society's stringency and has secretly been attending drama classes and uietly aspiring to be an actress When she meets the enigmatic playwright of a new play for which she's reading the lead character he doesn't exactly make a great first impression and she's not at all sure she likes himAs the illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton Edward Tremayne hasn't had an easy time of it He scorns society and supports himself as a research assistant writing his plays in his free time But he's never forgotten Fenella since he saw her at a ball four years ago and now he's determined she must portray the lead role in his play that she is the only one who could do it justice Soon he's determined to make her his full stop but they can't seem to get along for than five minutes at a stretch and their irresistible mutual attraction is the only thing they can agree onFirst off I liked this book much better than its predecessor however it was not without issues It was extremely modern and apart from a few details could almost be a contemporary romance I really didn't connect with either of the main characters and found all the freedom Fenella had to be fairly unbelievable You chance mild spoilers from her on as I get my thoughts out Around halfway Fenella was clearly worried she'd be seen in public with Edward by someone she knew and almost ashamed of him yet she had plans to act on stage This struck me as hypocritical and I was pretty much done with her then Fenella gets angry at Edward for being truthful and telling her things she knows but refuses to face and then she expects an apology from him for it Edward wasn't much better; he took her to a brothel for goodness sake and took a while to talk about real feelings while just assuming she would know That said I can understand his hesitancy given that Fenella was still reluctant to be seen with him socially even after she admitted her feelings for him Even when Edward makes an effort for her she's confused by what he's doing and constantly uestioning his feelings He had no experience with being loved and I think he was just doing his best to muddle it out Fenella's suitor Lord George is teased up as problematic because he's a friend and she doesn't want to hurt him but really he's just a jerk who goes away fairly easily when I'd expected from him and a golden opportunity for Fenella to express her feelings that was just dropped insteadMainly I think my issue here is that nothing really happens Fenella and Edward have a volatile and fairly dysfunctional relationship based on sex and eat and drink a lot then Fenella leaves him to eat and drink some with her friends I kept expecting or a showdown discussion of their real feelings and it just felt a bit anticlimactic to me This was a uniue trope and I liked that and enjoyed the read overall The writing was good and I will read this author againI voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book All thoughts and opinions are my ownhttpsmustreadalltheromanceblogspo


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    The Honorable Miss Fenella Grantley only child of Baron Grantley has a secret one she has shared with no one not even her dearest friends Petra Diana Fenella secretly longs to tread the boards and has been taking acting lessons but she knows it is not a realistic aspiration for a woman of her social standing but nonetheless she is taking lessons and enjoying herself She is actually at a class and is given a new part to read She begins and is berated by Edward Tremayne – the illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton and apparently the author of the play she is reading for Fenella knows Edward by sight but was never formally introduced She gets upset with his critiue and gives him a piece of her mind before leavingEdward can’t believe Fenella didn’t immediately understand the character – in his mind she is the lead character – Rose Edward has always lived on the fringes and has always admired Fenella when he began writing his play titled Sapphire he always pictured Rose looking like Fenella He rushes after her and to patch the riff between them He is lucky that Fenella is a reasonable person and gives him a chance to explain himself She listens to him and agrees to meet the next day – she is not sure how she feels about him but doesn’t deny the attraction she feels When she arrives home her friends Petra Diana are waiting for her and she tells them of her acting classes and meeting Edward She also mentions the problem of a suitor Lord George the son of a duke who has lately began to act as if they are engaged she blames herself for not making her feelings clear and is at a loss as how to set him straight without hurting him or ruining herself The next day Rose goes to see Edward at his lodgings he tries to explain his vison for the play and Rose in particular things do not go well and they once again uarrel but this time Edward kisses her a kiss she eagerly returns He asks her to come back the next day and even though she is confused about how she feels she agrees That evening she attends her mother’s dinner party and meets Edward’s half siblings they are vile people but Fenella indulges her curiosity and learns uite a bit about Edward When she visits him the next day they again uarrel make up and he suggests they spend the day together she agrees and after a good meal and interesting conversation they return to his rooms and one thing leads to another and she spends the night and leaves even confused than before where is this relationship going and important where does she want it to go?? This was a very strange book – the first 80% is basically Fenella and Edward eating arguing and having sex Repeatedly some other things happen but for the most part – that is the book – I kept waiting for something to happen but it didn’t It wasn’t a bad book but it was somewhat boring despite being steamy I felt confused by Fenella she doesn’t want to ruin herself by breaking with George but she is going to Edward’s alone and having sex I assume from her inner dialogue that she was a virgin but apparently she isn’t concern about being labeled loosefast??? I also found them both a bit spoiled and used to having things their own way – she was definitely flexible and reasonable Edward seemed to have a lot of “What did I say?” moments which I actually found amusing because they were the typical male “I really don’t understand why you are upset” reaction to her anger The end of the book did tie up most of the loose ends and cemented their relationship but I honestly didn’t feel the love So bottom line I didn’t love the book I didn’t hate it either and while I would not read it again I did like it better than the first book in the series This is the second book in the series but it can be read as a standalone with no problemsI am voluntarily leaving a review for an eARC that was provided to me by NetGalley and the publisher


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    Let me begin by saying that I will most likely be in the minority here with my thoughts on this story And the things that annoyed me other people may enjoy or at least be able to overlook What is it lately with novels where the main characters are so ridiculously prickly that they have to fight about everything all of the time? What happened to stories that were romantic with just an occasional misunderstanding or argument to move the story along?Edward and Fenella had nothing between them but sex That was it The author wanted you to believe that they challenged one another but in reality their relationship was toxic And honestly for a gently bred young woman even if she did have radical leanings she was awful uick to jump into bed with a man she barely knew Now that I've gotten that out of the way let me back up a bit Edward has written a play A play that he is obviously both proud of and protective of And apparently he's been stalking Fenella long enough that he can't see anyone else being the Rose of his play Of course the author doesn't call it stalking merely that he's always outside of her house or catching glimpses of her here and there Either way its creepy Well as luck would have it our Fenella has been taking acting classes with the hopes of being on the stage one day an occupation that certainly would bring scandal to her family but I'll get to that later Edward gets Cedric's acting group to perform his play And starts yelling at them that they are doing things wrong Of course Fenella's Rose is ALL WRONG She goes to his lodgings Lodgings that his female landlady owns and yet allows a young unchaperoned and unmarried lady to go to his rooms alone Soon Fenella is lying to her parents bringing her best friend into her duplicity all so she can spend the night with a man she barely knows and honestly? It didn't appear she liked him much either In fact throughout the entire book they do nothing but haze sex and argue And of course Edward can't simply let her walk away Oh no He must be heard NOW Things must be settled NOW He disregards her feelings he patronizes her at every turn and what's worse is she puts up with it Even when she tries to snap back at him he turns it around so he gets his way in all things It was ridiculous At some point I expected them to realize that they were being unfair to each other and frankly to grow up And yet instead of talking like rational adults they argued they went against each other Fenella does something she thinks will make Edward happy he yells at her on a very public street and accuses her of doing said thing for her own personal gain And then wonders why she refuses to speak with him In my opinion there was nothing to sell this story or this relationship If all of her relationships are this vexing I'm not sure if I would read from this authorDISCLAIMER I received a complimentary copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review This has not affected my review in any way All thoughts and opinions expressed in this review are 100% my own


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    35 StarsSeduce Me with Sapphires by Jane Feather is book Two in The London Jewels Trilogy This is the story of Edward Tremayne and Fenella Grantley I have read the previous book but feel this can be a standalone book if you wish to do so Edward is the illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton which has left he beneath the towns eye SO Edward had to make it on his own which also included writing plays Fenella wants to be a actress but of course her upbringing doesn't allow for that but she still works to do so Edward and Fennella have sparks between them and he does want her to be an actress for one of his play But of course things are very complicated


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    In the early years of the 20th century the suffragette movement was in full swing in London and Fenella the heroine of this story is at least tangentially involved though she isn’t actually depicted going on marches or to meetings She is however exceptionally independent something facilitated both by her wealth and birth daughter of a viscount and by her extremely casual parents who don’t worry when she comes in at three in the morning after a night out with friends Fenella dreams of being an actress and has been secretly taking drama classes and the story begins when a playwright comes to her class of amateur dramatists and asks them to read his playEdward Tremayne hasn’t chosen this group at random though and he very specifically wants Fenella to read Rose the main character from his play It very uickly comes out that he’s been what I can only call stalking and obsessing over her somehow conflating her with the character as ‘the only person who can play Rose’ which frankly is extremely creepy and disturbing especially since Rose is morally ambiguous at best Edward honestly appears morally bankrupt and being illegitimate and cast off by his family is no excuse for his behaviour It’s no use the author trying to make him appear heroic by saying of course he thinks women deserve the vote when the very next thing he does is patronize and berate Fenella entirely unjustly Actions speak much louder than words and every action he took showed he didn’t think her to be his eualFenella’s behaviour made no sense Edward was horrible to her at their first meeting at their second he confessed to literally stalking her and at their third she slept with him From then on she was lying to her family and using her friends to give her cover stories when she needed them And for what? For a man with a hair trigger temper who continually gaslit her and told her it was her fault he lost his temper? Walking away was the smartest thing she did but unfortunately I knew it wouldn’t lastThis was one of those rare romances where I just didn’t want the protagonists to end up together because I thought they were genuinely terrible for each other One star for a romance which was anything but romantic Disclaimer I received a review copy of this title via NetGalleyNote I forgot how much I hated the first book in this series That’ll teach me to one click on NetGalley titles just because the cover is pretty


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    Why on earth would a supposedly strong independent woman want to be with someone who belittles her and snipes at her? Nothing redeeming about male lead She liked the sex not the man


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    I don’t really read historical fiction or romance often But I told the librarian at my library to just pick five romance books for me for my curbside pick up appointment and I was excited when I started this one This one was so good it gave me the fever for reading historical romances and I am excited to read the other two books in this trilogy Fenella wants to be an actress and takes these acting classes in secret One day this man is at her classes and he has written a play her wants her to star in She is unsure of the play because the character lacks depth and it is hard to discern the intentions the character has However Edward says he has written the play with Fenella in mind and she will be the one to bring the character to life At first they clash but it uickly turns into flirting and sex Like they get involved really uick but it just works with who they are as a people Fenella is unsure of how to feel about Edward at the start but she is attracted to them He wants her to be in his play and she wants to be an actress They go back and forth a lot about the play but they keep having sex and getting closer I love their relationship and just how much they are into each other If that makes sense? Just the way they are drawn to each other makes a great story and I was so invested in them as a couple as the book went on Jane Feather just has a way with writing I like She has great characters good sex scenes and strong build up I also liked the side characters and the discussion of women’s suffrage It is a well rounded book and very enjoyable I will be picking up the first one and on the look out for the next one I may not like all historical romance but I know I can rely on Jane Feather to write the stories I will enjoy


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    It had been several years since I'd read a Jane Feather book and I remember I liked her as an author so when I won an ARC in a drawing for Seduce Me With Sapphires I looked forward to this read I do not know if it is my reading tastes that have changed or Ms Feather's style has changed but I had a very difficult time getting into the story and the characters in the work It wasn't until about halfway through the book that I finally decided to finish it Ms Feather does provide good descriptions of people places clothing events and so forth to the point where I could visualize each but I could not feel a connection between or with the two main characters Fenella and Edward They both tended to fly off the handle with one another and makeup with some very passionate encounters It wasn't until the very end when Fenella said We're like pieces of a jigsaw; we fit together except sometimes when we seem to be in different puzzles that pretty much explains what I felt when reading this book This is not the type of review I usually write for an author but I cannot but express my feelings I am glad though that some people did enjoy the work


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    35 starsSeduce Me with Sapphires is the first 'modern' historical romance I've read by Jane Feather All of the others were written in the 90's so I was excited to see how Feather's writing developed over the years In terms of writing style I enjoyed it and felt uite nostalgic for her other beloved series However I was a little confused as to the time period of this story I had to do further research to discover this book is set in the early 1900's and I'm not overly familiar with society's rules for this era There were many moments in the story that had me wondering if the characters could really act like that in public; for example at the beginning of the book Fenella storms out of a play reading and when chased by Edward she immediately tells him he can buy her a hot chocolate at the nearby cafe As previously mentioned I'm not too familiar with the early 1900's but since I've read a lot of regency this behaviour and freedom seemed strange to me I'd definitely like to read the previous book in this series to compare behaviours and social etiuette The characters themselves were constantly butting heads but I loved how Feather used this behaviour to work through their own individual issues and become better together as a pair And boy did they have a lot of personal issues Fenella was at times hypocritical and didn't like it when Edward would point this out She was also ashamed to be seen with him for uite some time and came across as a little spoilt Edward on the other hand was uite scornful towards society due to his upbringing but it didn't stop him from working hard in his job while writing plays in his free time and I admired his determinationOverall this story did have a few issues but Feather's ability to weave a story is wonderful I really enjoyed this one and I look forward to reading from Feather in the future


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Three childhood friends dare to defy the rules of London and love in this glittering series from New York Times bestselling author Jane Feather A FLAWED CUTThe Honorable Miss Fenella Grantley has a secret she’s been taking drama classes and longs to be an actress Ladies of her standing don’t appear on stage but Fenella has never been one for society’s rules She’s uite excited to t. As a wealthy baron's daughter Miss Fenella Grantley is expected to make a good match and take her place in London high society But Fenella is no fan of society's stringency and has secretly been attending drama classes and uietly aspiring to be an actress When she meets the enigmatic playwright of a new play for which she's reading the lead character he doesn't exactly make a great first impression and she's not at all sure she likes himAs the illegitimate son of the Earl of Pendleton Edward Tremayne hasn't had an easy time of it He scorns society and supports himself as a research assistant writing his plays in his free time But he's never forgotten Fenella since he saw her at a ball four years ago and now he's determined she must portray the lead role in his play that she is the only one who could do it justice Soon he's determined to make her his full stop but they can't seem to get along for than five minutes at a stretch and their irresistible mutual attraction is the only thing they can agree onFirst off I liked this book much better than its predecessor however it was not without issues It was extremely modern and apart from a few details could almost be a contemporary romance I really didn't connect with either of the main characters and found all the freedom Fenella had to be fairly unbelievable You chance mild spoilers from her on as I get my thoughts out Around halfway Fenella was clearly worried she'd be seen in public with Edward by someone she knew and almost ashamed of him yet she had plans to act on stage This struck me as hypocritical and I was pretty much done with her then Fenella gets angry at Edward for being truthful and telling her things she knows but refuses to face and then she expects an apology from him for it Edward wasn't much better; he took her to a brothel for goodness sake and took a while to talk about real feelings while just assuming she would know That said I can understand his hesitancy given that Fenella was still reluctant to be seen with him socially even after she admitted her feelings for him Even when Edward makes an effort for her she's confused by what he's doing and constantly uestioning his feelings He had no experience with being loved and I think he was just doing his best to muddle it out Fenella's suitor Lord George is teased up as problematic because he's a friend and she doesn't want to hurt him but really he's just a jerk who goes away fairly easily when I'd expected from him and a golden opportunity for Fenella to express her feelings that was just dropped insteadMainly I think my issue here is that nothing really happens Fenella and Edward have a volatile and fairly dysfunctional relationship based on sex and eat and drink a lot then Fenella leaves him to eat and drink some with her friends I kept expecting or a showdown discussion of their real feelings and it just felt a bit anticlimactic to me This was a uniue trope and I liked that and enjoyed the read overall The writing was good and I will read this author againI voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book All thoughts and opinions are my ownhttpsmustreadalltheromanceblogspo