Book Reviews of The Bargain

The Bargain
The Bargain
Author: Veronica Sattler
ISBN-13: 9780373970438
ISBN-10: 0373970439
Publication Date: 8/1/1987
Pages: 540
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.

3.7 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: Worldwide Library
Book Type: Paperback
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Good read. Slightly predictable in places, but interesting and well written.
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This book will keep you begging for more! The way that the hero and heroine enter, overcome their problems and find love is magnificant. The book will make you laugh, cry, and keep you on the edge of your seat.
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It was a misunderstanding that could cost a young woman her virtue and a notorious rake his heart.
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This is the first novel I've read by this particular author, the commencing of the story had a plot similar to that of Kathleen Woodiwiss's "the flame and the flower. However unlike KW's Flame and the flower which I found to be absolutely wonderful while many reviewers found it distasteful; the bargain was somewhat a drag. The story started out fine enough with the hero, Brett being a domineering brute and the heroine left to his mercy. At first the misunderstandings between Brett and Ashleigh were ok but at some point during the last 200 or so pages they just became annoying. I started to literally fall asleep from boredom. Therefore this will definitely be the last of Veronica Sattler for me. No offense to the author.
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Loved this story.Good read.
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THE DUKE OF RAVENSFORD: He decided his grandson needed a woman with a reputation to complete his education, and he made it his business to find her....
ASHLEIGH SINCLAIR; She was an orphaned kitchen maid in one of England's brothels until she was tricked into taking the post as "governess" to the Duke's grandson>
LORD BRETT WESTMONT: He was handsome, heartless, a man who'd had every kind of woman there was - except one. And now his grandfather had arranged that for him, too . . . IT WAS A MISUNDERSTANDING THAT COULD COST A YOUNG WOMAN HER VIRTUE, AND A NOTORIOUS RAKE HIS HEART.