Book Reviews of Fallen

Fallen
Fallen
Author: Celeste Bradley
ISBN-13: 9780843948882
ISBN-10: 0843948884
Publication Date: 6/2001
Pages: 314
Rating:
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.
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4 stars, based on 76 ratings
Publisher: Leisure Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
This book is not only romantic, but funny with a little murder and mayhem mixed in. I wish people really were like Izzy
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Helpful Score: 1
I loved this book and am putting it up only because I have two copies of it. One I'm keeping to be read again and again.
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Loved this book!!
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Loved this book! Emotional conflict and misunderstandings made the book a compelling read.
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an excellent hard to find book
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Wonderful story! Now I've GOT to read the newer Celeste Bradley novels, "The Liars Club" series.
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Really enjoy this author. Young woman who wants to be free is caught in compromising position. Forced into an enagement to keep her reputation intact she falls in love with our hero.
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A Wonderful story
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When Izzy went to bed she never expected to awaken to disgrace. To the ton she was ruined, for Lord Eppingham (Julian Rowley) had been discovered in her bed. Why had she brought ruination to her name and dishonor to her family? She did not want to trap him into marriage, though she might fall in love with his golden-brown eyes, it was not what she sought. It was not fear of the ton, it had been something in his touch, in his kiss. Something drove her to protect and guard Julian.
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A little on the slow side, funny but really enjoyed. Never read this authors book before but would again.
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Izzy awakens to an intruder in her bed. Lord Eppingham mistaking her room for another is caught off guard and once discoved they are thrown together in tale of having to wedlock. I found this story a VERY GOOD read. I really enjoyed it and hated putting it down. I found all the characters wonderful and the little twists of miss communication made me want to scream at times, but that makes for a good story. I highly recommend this book.
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I did enjoy this read, but it grated on one of my main romance novel sticking points: plain women who suddenly look beautiful. I have no problem with lovely heroines, but Izzy was 100% seen as plain by everyone including herself. You can't turn into a beauty by removing a hat and wearing prettier clothes. It helps the appearance, but it is not a guarantee for a 180 transformation.

What I love is when a hero falls in love with a plain woman and she becomes more and more lovely to him, but her appearance does not make a drastic switch from plan to beautiful. That didn't really happen in this novel, although I loved how Izzy and Julian forged a friendship before they dove straight into romance. That was sweet and worth the read.
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Excellent! A keeper!