Rameau’s review archive: The Bride’s Baby by Liz Fielding


The wedding of the season! Events manager Sylvie Smith is organizing a glittering fund-raising event: a wedding show in a stately home. She has even been roped into pretending to be a bride… a bride who’s five months pregnant! The bride everyone is talking about! It should be every girl’s dream to design a wedding with no expense spared, but it’s not Sylvie’s. Longbourne Court was her ancestral home, and she’s just discovered that the new owner is Tom McFarlane–her baby’s secret father. Now Tom’s standing in front of her, looking at her bump….

The Bride's BabyThe Bride’s Baby by Liz Fielding

A quick, simple read, with a plot of misunderstandings that could have been resolved with a honest talk. Why don’t the characters ever talk to each other? I’d be rounding the rating up instead of down had the man told her how he felt before reading the damn letter.

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5 Responses to Rameau’s review archive: The Bride’s Baby by Liz Fielding

  1. Characters don’t talk to each other because poor authors have to pay a tax on every line of sensible, logical dialogue added to the plot. Small wonder they avoid it like the plague. Elementary, dear Rameau ;p.

  2. carolerae20 says:

    *rips hair out of head* WHY DON’T CHARACTERS EVER EVER EVER TALK!!!!! With BF I can’t keep my mouth close about how I feel…and him the same….GAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAH! *passes out*

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