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Man of My Dreams. Home · Man of My Dreams Author: Lindsey Johanna. 60 downloads Views Man of Her Dreams. Read more · Man of Her Dreams. Read Man of My Dreams by Johanna Lindsey for free with a 30 day free trial. Read unlimited* books and audiobooks on the web, iPad, iPhone and Android. soundofheaven.info - Download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online . Historical romance. Johanna Lindsey. All I Need Is You The Magic of You The Malorys.4 Man of My Dreams Sherring Cross.1 A Man to Call My Own.
I read it a long time ago. Johanna Lindsey at her best! This had all the best JL elements- but in a much sweeter sassier way. Details if other: I mean, the guy could be grouchy but still adorable.. He could be serious, passionate and a tease all at the same time.
Without revealing his true identity, he vows to seduce and tame her, thereby foiling Megan's plans to marry the man of her dreams. But the notorious rogue never imagined the enchanting schemer would turn out to be the only woman he would ever dream of marrying.
Get A Copy. Paperback , pages. Published August 28th by Avon first published More Details Original Title. Sherring Cross 1. Lachlan MacGregor , Ambrose St.
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Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. It's the book in which I found the name of my first born Devlin. Who is the hero of this book and OMG Is he manly.
So your typical period hero here. However, this soon changes when he is forced into hiding and becomes the stable trainer to the heroine's father. He sees her and his not only losses his heart but he losses frosty demeanour, that he was so famous for. He plays up his lowly "station in live" by saying rude and crude things to the heroine. Things like: She was the only daughter to a wealthy landowner.
She has been spoiled and indulged but she was still basically a sweet innocent. She has some sass with her class. She was very attracted to her new stable Master but wants to make an advantageous marriage to right the wrongs done to her by a cruel member of her community.
They have loads of chemistry!!! It's off the charts HOT! Also, I love the fact that their first time was not good for either of them.
To me, this really makes sense. I for one don't understand how in books virgins can always have an orgasm the first time without some serious foreplay. They are both disappointing but the passion remains and so does the hunger. I loved how he was trying to keep his distance from her but he really couldn't resist her. Also, how She was just so mixed up at first and quickly became a strong woman.
Yes, he spanks her she deserves it , yes she was spoiled and yes he was an arrogant ass but somehow together it was just hot! This books was awesome and I would recommend it anyone who enjoys two strong individuals becoming a strong couple.
I have read it over a dozen times and the fact that I named my son after this book, speaks volumes of the estimation and regard I hold for this book. For me, this book was one of the BEST! View all 39 comments. May 16, Danielle rated it it was amazing Shelves: Consider yourself warned, you odious man.
So I never read my mother's bodice rippers because she never had any. She legit didn't even know what "bodice ripper" meant when I asked her if she ever read them. I stared at her for like three six minutes waiting for her to rescind what she said. What kind of woman hasn't read one bodice ripper in her life?
It's like mandatory to get these false notions of what a man should be - at least 6'3 cause duh, rude, possessive, and always knows right where the clitoris is - and then have your ideals shatter in front of your eyes.
That's like an initiation into womanhood. But honestly, authors who wrote romance in the 80s, 90s, and early s know how to make a man right. Historical romance will always be my favorite because of this; I often find contemporary heroes lacking.
Anyway, Man of My Dreams is a regency romance between a duke masquerading as a horse breeder and a country lady who has her eyes set on a duke so she could be above the lady who always shuns her in town. So imagine when she tells the annoying horse breeder she has her mind set on the Duke of Wrothston - and he just happens to be that duke? A hilarious misunderstanding. But it actually creates a tension-filled, gritty, and passionate affair.
Their banter made this story. Man of My Dreams is heavily centered on building the tension between a man and a woman who immensely dislike each other. They bickered incessantly, and it was completely entertaining. The conflict was kept throughout the entire story, and the characters were perfectly paired. Devlin is a jerk. Megan is brat. If you love Johanna Lindsey or regency romances, this is one you shouldn't miss.
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I read this one when I was One of the first classic romance books I read. I can't remember much, but I still have a very battered paperback of this book in my shelf and I can't throw it away. I don't have the heart to do that. View all 8 comments. Definitivamente es el ultimo libro que leo de esta autora.
View 2 comments. I love this book. Don't know why, exactly - it's far from perfect, but something about it makes me re-read it every couple of years or so. Contrived, a bit. Realistic, not really. Nevertheless, something about this one makes it more than the sum of all of its parts. It's pretty much your standard "Duke in disguise as a regular joe" romance. He's a gorgeous Duke in hiding, she's a spoiled brat who mouths off to him at every opportunity. They strike sparks off one another from their I love this book.
They strike sparks off one another from their first meeting and the first half of the book is full of their insults and arguments.
The second half of the book is full of misunderstandings, a trip to Gretna Green, an abduction, a pregnancy, a fancy ball, a spoiled, selfish brat redeeming herself, a stuffed shirt Duke getting over himself, and one of those endings that makes you think "awww," in spite of yourself.
View all 19 comments. Really liked it! Johanna Lindsey always writes the best HR Heroes! Devlin, oh Devlin. I love you!! Seriously he was amazing! He could be serious, passionate and a tease all at the same time. And I liked that he wasn't your typical rake. Megan was a brat, but I grew quite fond of her. She got on my nerves at times but she's only 18 after all. She does have a great heart though. I loved Duchy too!
She was so fun and wise. I wish she was on more scenes. Overall a great HR with an amazing hero and a Really liked it! Overall a great HR with an amazing hero and a strong, big hearted heroine. I highly recommend it! View all 3 comments. If you're looking for a historical romance which ponders the social injustices of working conditions for children living in the nineteenth century and the like, then you'll want to move on. But if you're in the mood for a fun read starring flawed, yet lovable characters then this Lindsey book just might be the lighthearted historical romance of your dreams.
Man of My Dreams is one of only two romances I read in that I gave a 5-star rating to.
So to say that I had so much fun witnessing Mega If you're looking for a historical romance which ponders the social injustices of working conditions for children living in the nineteenth century and the like, then you'll want to move on. So to say that I had so much fun witnessing Megan and Devlin fall in love would be an understatement!
I loved the banter, passion and sizzling chemistry between them. Yes, Megan and Devlin argued a lot. But it didn't irritate me as their sometimes silly, sometimes heated exchanges hid intense feelings they both were fighting to overcome. One great example of the humor can be found in a memorable scene where Devlin overhears Megan talking to someone. He can't see her as he's in another room, but comes to an unsavory conclusion.
It's the cause for Devlin's ill-humor and a laugh out loud moment from this reader. This is what he hears. Will you let me? I can ride you both. As Devlin discovers, Megan's fellow conversationalist is a bit of a mute. Gotta' love a character who is fully aware of her own faults and unafraid to poke fun at herself. Did you think he was joking? You never give the man any peace. Then why are you crushed by his rejection? You are. Are you cursing yourself?
Once upon a time I had given up on this author, skipping this book because I thought I would be wasting my time. I was wrong, and could smack myself for not reading it sooner. Johanna Lindsey at her best! Dec 17, Belle rated it really liked it Shelves: This book was even better than I expected, definitely want to read more from Johanna Lindsey!
Jul 21, couchpapaya rated it did not like it Shelves: Ok, this is the second Lindsay I've read where the hero spanks the heroine because she 'deserves' it and it's for 'her own good'. This has completely alienated me from the book and the author. Since I picked it up because of the rave reviews, maybe if someone can get over the above they might enjoy the book. When Megan Penworthy is introduced we see her through her friend's eyes as someone good, sweet, naive and a little spoiled.
But, when she meets the hero Ambrose St. James, masquerading as a Ok, this is the second Lindsay I've read where the hero spanks the heroine because she 'deserves' it and it's for 'her own good'. James, masquerading as a horse breeder because he needs to rusticate for a while, she is attracted to him and because he is beneath her socially is on the defensive. However, St.
James a full 10 years her senior, completely loses his head around her leading to his compromising Megan and they have to get married. Of course, this is the book where the hero then spends the rest of his time being resentful because she has spoiled his life and misunderstanding everything she says.
If you like misunderstanding plots, then this book is one long tedious string after another. And the heroine ends up grovelling when I fully expected it to be the hero.
Grrr I tend to love every Regency book I read because I love the whole titled gentleman with money, marrying a nobody. However, this just don't work. I wanted to stop reading this so many times but continued only because I had to know how it ended and really loved the hero.
I loved the Hero Devlin. He was delish and all man in every way. I would so marry him. Devlin is sent to the country by his grandma because his best friend believes he impr 2. Devlin is sent to the country by his grandma because his best friend believes he impregnated his sister and is out to kill him. He hides out at the squires house pretending to be a horse breeder, hoping after two months his best friend will discover the truth.
While posing as a horse breeder he falls for the Squires beautiful daughter Megan. The heroine, Megan. I refer to her as the TSTL female who ruined the whole book. She was spoiled, I mean to the point of She was a complete snob, first off she was a Squires daughter, she needed her best friend to get her into parties and here she demands everyone do as she says like she was born a duchess and God forbid you come around her with no Stature.
Throughout the whole book we are reminded of how beautiful she is, how she can get a Duke because her face has every man in love with her within seconds. Pretty much the whole book is her being extremely arrogant, childish, throwing tantrums and down right ridiculous.
I just couldn't seem to like her, even at the end Jul 16, Tara Lynn rated it did not like it Recommends it for: NO ONE. Generally not a fan of drivelly romance to begin with even Catherine Coulter lost interest for me after she thought she could write mystery novels, I had to pick up this book for lack of better reading material. Even worse than anything my expectations had ever prepared me for, this had to be one of the most trite, obnoxious pieces of drivel I've read read in my life Apr 19, Aline rated it really liked it Shelves: I thought "WOW..
And I do love her friendship with her best friend Tiffany, how she deliberately show her ugly side in order to prevent Tyler to fall for her instead to Tiffany.. I actually laugh at their 1st encounter when they deliberately "stare" at each other.. I'm a sucker for an alpha Duke LOL..
I mean, the guy could be grouchy but still adorable.. I love how he constantly argue with Megan but sometimes it kinda exasperating and useless especially when he already blown his cover up.. Dec 23, Amelia Fransisca rated it really liked it Shelves: Guess who it is. I bloody well know him. James, a man she has never met but has every intention of marrying. And no other suitor will satisfy her—especially not the common, if uncommonly handsome, horse breeder, Devlin Jefferys. Posing as lowborn Jefferys to escape a potentially fatal confrontation, Sir Ambrose is enthralled by the brazen, duke-hunting redhead.
Without revealing his true identity, he vows to seduce and tame her, thereby foiling Megan's plans to marry the man of her dreams. But the notorious rogue never imagined the enchanting schemer would turn out to be the only woman he would ever dream of marrying. This action might not be possible to undo.
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