Read Forever and a Day by Delilah Marvelle by Delilah Marvelle by Delilah Marvelle for free with a 30 day free trial. Read eBook on the web, iPad, iPhone and. Forever and a Day by Delilah Marvelle. Setting: , Late Regency/ Pre- Victorian. *Book 1 in the Rumor series*. Summary: Roderick Gideon. Booklist Online Book Review: Forever and a le, Delilah (author).Jan. p. HQN, paperback, $ ().

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Can a book get amnesia? Fresh, sexy and fun, this steamy historical version of The Prince and the Pauperette set in New York is definitely a must read!

I need a woman willing to fight for me even when I am unable to fight for myself. He leaned toward her.

Forever and a Day

The first part of the tale is downright baffling. Narvelle actually has to work and make sacrifices in order to be with the man she loves. Many of the stories I write, many of the stories I will continue to write, will always ady around love. So delightful and so amusing as well!

While Robinson isn’t against leaving behind his life of privilege, he realizes there are many who look to him to shoulder the responsibility of his title. Now don’t be pinin’ after a dream!

The epilogue takes place seven years later, and Roderick and Georgia have a daughter with a stupid name I’ve already forgotten who wants an elephant. Our Brit, who briefly believed himself to be named Robinson Crusoe, is reluctant to allow her to “dirty him up” so she can safely forevdr him into her neighborhood unnoticed: I’m going to assume that Marvelle’s setting up for more books in a series, but that isn’t an excuse.


Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. He approached her and asked her if she wanted to go somewhere for a cup of coffee. It made me laugh out loud and cry! Georgia is filled with guilt as she later finds out that the man is now suffering from memory loss and the only name he remembers and wants to be called is-Robinson Crusoe. Robinson gets all of his memory back, except for his time in New Relilah before the amnesia. Oh, and Georgia’s stepson who’s older than her from her short-lived marriage at 18 to an older guy shows up in London, too.

The doctor gave Georgia the money he had in his wallet and suggested she take him home and care for him until his memory returned. I really enjoyed this. She would meet Tremayne there and would be accepted as into London’s society enough dellah allow them to marry. It was my first Marvelle but it surely won’t be my last.

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She told him that the didn’t look like a forever and a day man so she would not have coffee with him at his hotel ask he had requested. The first half of the book was ok And there’s just so much to explore in this setting. None of this is w much context. No, it wasn’t just about the names, it was about the man flip-flopping from one end of character spectrum to the other in a heartbeat.


Want to Read saving…. He had been lost as a child in New York and his mother never gave up looking for him. As Roderick’s memories slowly come back to him, he’s torn between duty and his love for Georgia.

Let this be a lesson to all the ladies out there. Now cease bein’ so damn stupid. Email required Address never made public. She takes the man who calls himself Robinson to her home. I really enjoyed Georgia’s character. Georgia Transforms herself to meet Yardley With the help of eccentric friends in high places, Georgia manages to transform herself from a gutter rat to a refined lady in order to enter into Yardley’s circle of friends.

The two days they are together before he is finally discovered by his father are fun.


She assumed that he wanted to a have her sleep with dslilah for one night. He was the same basic person who happened to learn some lessons about life and love. I thought my fan girl crush on Delilah Marvelle couldn’t grow anymore but holy feck!

All he believed in was money, money, money.