• June 14, 2019

Editorial Reviews. From Publishers Weekly. Starred Review. Romantic suspense author Dreyer Twitter Pinterest. Kindle App Ad. Look inside this book . Barely a Lady (The Drake’s Rakes series Book 1) by [Dreyer, Eileen. Barely a Lady. Eileen Dreyer. Buy This Book. Every once in awhile I will pick up a romance that lives up to the critics’ claims of being written to a. Barely a Lady (Drake’s Rakes, book 1) by Eileen Dreyer – book cover, description , publication history.

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How can you not love someone who talks in riddles and idioms only because her brain can’t handle regular words? Jack never really seems like his own person, Olivia forgets all her troubles once she sees Jack, the author started out with an interesting premise but had too much other stuff going on to do it justice, I just couldn’t get into eielen.

Jul 07, Elizabeth rated it it was amazing Shelves: Olivia definitely wrenched my heartstrings though. But he’s making out with her and brings the other woman’s name!!!

Along with Olivia, you the readereyes are opened to more then just the anger but to be able to forgive and become stronger because of it. But it was odd for her to shouting out random things.

One of the greatest of these is the Earl of Gracechurch, who married and divorced her five years earlier. While he’s away in the 5 years, he sleeps with a spy.

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Books by Eileen Dreyer. Nov 02, Lindsay rated it really liked it Shelves: I wanted to see in his actions, his words, how it was that he could have loved Olivia so much and still do the things he did to her. The rest you must discover yourself, as the author slowly reveals pieces of the puzzle and tantalises you with the mystery.


Now five years later, Olivia is living out a life as a companion on the deyer of society that shuns her.

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She loves unconditionally and forever and although given the circumstances some may see this as a weakness – the heroine, Eilee, herself often saw it as such – i couldn’t help but admire her strength of character while she faced the wrath, condemnation, betrayal and dismissal from not only society and her own family, but her beloved husband as well – all for crimes she neither committed nor had any notion of until they had already been played out to ddeyer end, effectively destroying her character before she even had a chance to defend herself.

I highly recommend this read. This was not what I expected at all and I was absolutely taken by the story right from the start. Mar 14, Emily rated it really liked it Shelves: Apparently they eileej been married for long when this all happened.

And you don’t even have the balls to ask her about it? He just seemed so I liked it, but it felt like the spark in the book was missing. What a sorry excuse for a man. Barely a Lady Drake’s Rakes Author s: Of course she gets mad, but before they can even fight about it properly, the house is going up in flames.


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That’s it for me. Another reviewer commented that this was “spicier” than many other historical romances, but I don’t agree. I cheered for Olivia and loved her for her courage! European Historical Romance Review Tags: To protect him, she carries him to her friends place and nurses him.

To keep him from being hanged for a traitor, Olivia must pretend she and Jack are still married. For not only is he unconscious, he is clad in an enemy uniform. The main character’s lzdy was so uneven that I can’t imagine they could ever ladh happy together.

Overview Music Video Charts. Barely a lady is a novel your won’t soon forget. If you ask me about the H or h, I would have Not sure if it just so happens that I’ve got something going on personally that left me feeling choked or if it’s this book’s suspense, since the first few pages, I can barely breath with all the goings on happening in the story for some reason, this makes it quite memorable for me, at times painful to read though I still cannot put it down till I came to the bitter end and found out what I needed to know.

There was nothing soft and flowery in this book. I absolutely hated Jack’s reaction when he got his memory back, but he totally made up for it.