Book Reviews of A Comfortable Wife

A Comfortable Wife
A Comfortable Wife
Author: Stephanie Laurens
ISBN-13: 9780373834983
ISBN-10: 0373834985
Publication Date: 1/1/2002
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 139 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
I enjoyed this book. It reminded me of Georgette Heyer's novels. One of the author's earlier works and not as steamy as some of her later books.
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Helpful Score: 1
I enjoyed it very much. The characters made me smile. :)
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Helpful Score: 1
A great book. An easy read.
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I like all of Laurens books.
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I am an avid fan of author. This was really one that I felt I would enjoy. The misunderstandings and sly ways of the TON. I really felt that this was a good read.
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Not to happy witht this book. I have loved some of her other books. This one was a dispointment.
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Antonia Mannering refused to become an old maid! She was a young woman with plans, and Lord Philip Ruthven played a large part in them. Though the childhood friends had not seen one another in years, she was perfectly aware that Philip had no lack of female companionship. But he had never married, and it was high time he did. If she could prove to him that she was capable of running his home and would not disgrace him in society, Antonia was certain he would propose a comfortable agreement. But never had she expected their hearts would somehow find their way into the bargain!
Great love story. Highly recommend!!
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Very nice delightful historical romance. Laurens is a great writer and her love stories are fun and humorous, as well as romantic.
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good book :) my first one off of PBS
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A quick read that is humorous and entertaining...I read it in 1 day because I couldn't put it down!
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I really liked this book. It is like the classic regency romances. There is not a lot of sex here and I think that it is good to read a story that is innocent and sweet every once in a while.
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Historical romance.
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I am a fan of Lauren's books, and I was not disapointed with this one.
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Good Read
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Great book.
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EXCELLENT!
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Regency romance - Antonia is determined to be an exception wife to her betrothed, even though they haven't seen each other in years
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She was a young woman with plans, and Lord Philip Ruthven played a large part in them. Though the childhood friends had not seen one another in years, she was perfectly aware that Philip had no lack of female companionship. But he had never married, and it was high time he did. If she could prove to him that she was capable of running his home and would not disgrace him in society, Antonia was certain he would propose a comfortable arrangement. But never had she expected that their hearts would somehow find their way into the bargain!
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Antonia Mannering refused to become an old maid!
She was a young woman with plans, and Lord Philip Ruthven played a large part in them. Though the childhood friends had not seen one another in years, she was perfectly aware that Philip had no lack of female companionship. But he had never married, and it was high time he did. If she could prove to him that she was capable of running his home and would not disgrace him in society, Antonia was certain he would propose a comfortable arrangement. But never had she expected that their hearts would somehow find their way into the bargain!
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She was a young woman with plans, and Lord Philip Ruthven played a large part in them. Though the childhood friends had not seen one another in years, she was perfectly aware that Philip had no lack of female companionship. But he had never married, and it was high time he did. If she could prove to him that she was capable of running his home and would not disgrace him in society, Antonia was certain he would propose a comfortable arrangement. But never had she expected that their hearts would somehow find their way into the bargain.