Emily’s Emergence: Loving the Nobleman, Book Two

(8 customer reviews)

Thrust into a role she was not quite ready for, will Emily’s doubts be erased as she emerges into the noblewoman she was destined to be?

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8 reviews for Emily’s Emergence: Loving the Nobleman, Book Two

  1. Redrabbitt

    With book two, war is coming and not only Henry, but Charles will enlist in service to the crown, one as a leader, and one in secret service. The family bonds will be pulled stronger, Caroline and Emily will become friends and lean on each other for support while their husbands are away. Emily will prove valuable to helping the Duke with their tenants, and Caroline will aid the Duchess with the household. When tragedy strikes and the family is given distressing news, the daughter-in-laws show they true nature as Ladies of Remington. I look forward to book three, Duchess’s Desire.

  2. Redrabbitt

    With book two, war is coming and not only Henry, but Charles will enlist in service to the crown, one as a leader, and one in secret service. The family bonds will be pulled stronger, Caroline and Emily will become friends and lean on each other for support while their husbands are away. Emily will prove valuable to helping the Duke with their tenants, and Caroline will aid the Duchess with the household. When tragedy strikes and the family is given distressing news, the daughter-in-laws show they true nature as Ladies of Remington. I look forward to book three, Duchess??s Desire.

  3. PJB

    I did enjoy this book but I found the constant use of \’ye\’ very off putting – as I understand it this story is set in1812 not 1612. Otherwise the tale is well written and interesting.

  4. PJB

    I did enjoy this book but I found the constant use of ‘ye’ very off putting – as I understand it this story is set in1812 not 1612. Otherwise the tale is well written and interesting.

  5. Julie Clark

    A Real to Life Adult Cinderella Story – Not a Fairy Tale Fantasy

    This is a wonderful Cinderella story. Unlike the original Cinderella fairy tale fantasy, this is a real to life story that is believable. Other than the era in which it was cast in we could all imagine ourselves today in a similar situation. Not as chambermaid but as another occupation or a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, learning to please her husband. The characters , situations and dilemma\’s are quite believable and well written. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys erotica.

  6. Julie Clark

    A Real to Life Adult Cinderella Story – Not a Fairy Tale Fantasy

    This is a wonderful Cinderella story. Unlike the original Cinderella fairy tale fantasy, this is a real to life story that is believable. Other than the era in which it was cast in we could all imagine ourselves today in a similar situation. Not as chambermaid but as another occupation or a girl from the wrong side of the tracks, learning to please her husband. The characters , situations and dilemma’s are quite believable and well written. I would recommend this book to anyone who enjoys erotica.

  7. CJO

    This book continues the story of Emily, a commoner who marries a nobleman, Charles. She learns quickly how to become \”Lady Emily\”. We see more of the characters from book 1, and it is nice to see Caroline in a more positive light. There were a lot of sexual scenes, which were a bit repetitive, but the action picked up after the middle of book when Henry and Charles must leave because of the war.

  8. CJO

    “This book continues the story of Emily, a commoner who marries a nobleman, Charles. She learns quickly how to become “”Lady Emily””. We see more of the characters from book 1, and it is nice to see Caroline in a more positive light. There were a lot of sexual scenes, which were a bit repetitive, but the action picked up after the middle of book when Henry and Charles must leave because of the war. “

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