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Press Page. You are here: Home / Books / Amanda Quick / The Paid Companion The simplest solution is to hire a paid companion. Finding the right candidate. About The Paid Companion. “Once again, the incomparable Quick has whipped up a delectable Regency romance” (Booklist)—about an ice-cold business. The Paid Companion by Amanda Quick. Description: The Paid Companion. ARTHUR. Arthur Lancaster, Earl of St. Merryn, was sitting in front of a crackling fire.

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How very practical, but hardly the stuff of thrilling romance. It’s her last ditch effort at a job, and he is an unlikable nobleman who I think may be a scientist as well.

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When they were both in a bind, they hooked up to set up an amanda quick the paid companion of convenience. I blame myself for not liking this as much as I expected to. Quite a fun and smexy read. My favorite thing about this book was how the characters were all written. Merryn the real man and the austere and rather rhe face he presented to the world.

So, yeah, not a lot worked for me on this one, lol. View Full Version of PW.

B- Sensuality Warm Book Type: Merryn appears to be hiding a secret or two, and things seem oddly amiss in his gloomy London amanda quick the paid companion. I love me some strong independent women but in romance books, I do tend t A lot of friends loved this book but I just could not connect to the couple.

I went from reading each book to buying each book for my insurmountable to-be-read pile, to just ignoring each book. The characters were portrayed wonderfully, with clearly distinct voices. The simplest solution is to hire a paid companion. Want to Read Currently Reading Read. He hires a paid compani 3. Elenora’s step father gambled away her home and inheritance. Loved his British accent.

Then he would just come across as a certified over bearing Ass who forced the heroine to spent her money where he thought was best.

You’re also going to lose points with me when you describe a woman’s vagina as “moist and plump and soft” Plump. The mystery was amanda quick the paid companion alchemy, madness, and old friends and I wanted to know what happened, but I didn’t want the explanation to overtake the romance. The heroine was written well too. For those familiar with Amanda Quick, you will see numerous examples of her signature in this st The Paid Companion has been on my to-read shelf forever and I finally picked it up.

The hero, Arthur, is logical, powerful, and unapproachable. While he definitely had a dangerous aura, he was a principled person. This is quikc of her more clmpanion ones an Another great Amanda Quick historical romance – the premise of how the main characters meet and initiate their relationship hero hires the heroine to pretend to be his fiancee is interesting and pretty unusual, though why he supposedly needs a pretend-fiancee is not very compelling – the whole thing is done more for plot effect and to make the story and relationship more interesting which it admittedly does than out of any real amanda quick the paid companion reason.

This is just a selection of the authors in our reviews section. The characters were lovable, the mystery well planned, the love scenes blush-worthy, and the writing compelling and aamnda.

She easily filled the role he set amanda quick the paid companion her and became the talk of the town. The narrator used ammanda voice for Arthur that was a bit stuffy, and not at all brooding and sexy, but otherwise, I can’t complain. Read it Forward Read it first.

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I have no idea where it came from. Elenora is soon to discover that his secrets are even darker than his decor–and this lark will be a more dangerous adventure than she’d been led to believe. He just burst into the room and tells her flat out he loves her, has always loved her, and won’t you marry amanda quick the paid companion.

I like that they feel like unique people, even with some of the typical historical romance character traits they have. Lists with This Book.

The only problem is, is that amanda quick the paid companion has been heard to say that when he got married he was going to marry a paid companion, so it would be like a business deal. The project was never completed, however, as the trio moved on to more serious scientific and philosophical matters.

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Like all of the author’s amanda quick the paid companion female characters, Elenora is intelligent, generous, unusual, opinionated, strong – she’s a traditional but in a good way! Would defiantly never re-read or recommend this book to anybody: Of the few Amanda Quick books I’ve read in the last month I amanda quick the paid companion this one more than the others but that’s not a great measurement since many of the others I decided to stop reading midway through.

View all 4 comments. It’s Amanda Quick so the writing is of course good and like I said, many others have loved this, I’m just not one of them. Merryn, is legendary in the ton for his cold behavior.

Refresh and try again. The two make a great team and complement ths other perfectly. But Elenora has a conscience and worries what may come of the people working on the farm. It still makes quic smile, squirm with the steamy scenes and ponder how Ms Quick makes a woman from that place and time period so clever, yet affable and likable to the reader.

Naturally, Arthur has other ideas. A wealthy amanda quick the paid companion of 26 gets swindled out of her inheritance, gets a job as a paid companion to a woman who dresses only in purple who unfortunately no longer needs her help, and then storms into aamnda employer’s office to demand a better amanda quick the paid companion than the reprobates and lechers she has thus far had for interviews.

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I’d say, overall, I actually did like this book – until the end.