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My Only Love Her Passionate Nature And Secretive Past Made Olivia Devonshire One Of The Most Notorious Women In EnglandMiles Warwick Was A Disreputable Rogue, The Black Sheep Of His Family But He Never Gambled On Losing His Heart To The Woman He Married For MoneyBound At First By Empty Vows, Their Union Flared Into An Unquenchable Climax Of Passion That No Force On Heaven Or Earth Could Ever Pull Asunder

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 339 pages
  • My Only Love
  • Katherine Sutcliffe
  • English
  • 14 March 2017
  • 0515110744

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10 thoughts on “My Only Love

  1. says:

    Re readThis book used to be one of my all time favourites of my teenager years, and I still love it Well, Katherine Sutcliffe used to be one of my favourite authors back then My Only Love is one of those stories that could not be published these days any, I believe Too much drama and angst the hero too brooding the heroine too much of a martyr And yet, when I think of Miles and Olivia, the memories are still so very fresh It was lovely to re visit them And I finally got to read it in Re readThis book used to be one of my all time favourites of my teenager years, and I still love it Well, Katherine Sutcliffe used to be one of my favourite authors back then My Only Love is one of those stories that could not be published these days any, I believe Too much drama and angst the hero too brooding the heroine too much of a martyr And yet, when I think of Miles and Olivia, the memories are still so very fresh It was lovely to re visit them And I finally got to read it in the English original version I only had the German copy.This was also the book that introduced me to Jane Austen, my English teachers preferring Charles Dickens and Mark Twain Chapter three starts withI have loved none but you Unjust I may have been, weak and resentful I have been, but never inconstant For you alone I think and plan Have you not seen this Can you fail to have understood my wishesNo wonder Persuasion is still my favourite Jane Austen novel How could I resist

  2. says:

    I am sorry I know people loved this book But view spoiler the heroine s kid, the one she raised so her evil sister would be spared the stigma ,having the hero as the father was just.to.fucking.much hide spoiler

  3. says:

    le do en Jun 2011MI UNICO AMORSu naturaleza apasionada y su reservado pasado hab a convertido a Olivia Devonshire una de las mujeres m s famosas de Inglaterra Miles Warwick era un granuja de mala reputaci n, la oveja negra de la familia Pero l nunca hab a esperado perder su coraz n por la mujer con la que se hab a casado por dineroUnidos, al principio, por unos votos vac os, su uni n ardi hasta un climax inextinguible de pasi n que ninguna fuerza del cielo o la tierra podr a apagar

  4. says:

    This book wasn t quite what I expected I liked Miles since he appeared in a fire in the heart , and found him an interesting and complex character I liked Olivia and the unrequited love theme, but 2 things kept nagging at me Olivia s relationship with her sister It was easy to see how Em was manipulative and selfish, but it really baffled me how they would start arguing and in the same page change the subject and become the best of buddies again The servants attitude I like my historica This book wasn t quite what I expected I liked Miles since he appeared in a fire in the heart , and found him an interesting and complex character I liked Olivia and the unrequited love theme, but 2 things kept nagging at me Olivia s relationship with her sister It was easy to see how Em was manipulative and selfish, but it really baffled me how they would start arguing and in the same page change the subject and become the best of buddies again The servants attitude I like my historical novels to be historically accurate, and the insolent attitude of the servants really didn t reflect the strict victorian view on the different classes Every time Sally came up with one of her insolent remarks I was pulled out of the story, and couldn t help but compare it with a Gaffney or with Downtown Abbey.One last thing The ending dragged on forever

  5. says:

    Wonderful book that goes straight to my favorites shelf It reminded me of another book I loved, The Masquerade by Brenda Joyce, but not because of the plot similarities, but due to the overall effect it had on me how I felt about the main characters I would definitely recommend this book to anyone who likes strong heroines, secret baby plot or Victorian romance.

  6. says:

    Me gust mucho el desarrollo de la historia Quiz s la hero na es un poco demasiado autosacrificial para mi gusto con esa hermana tan horrible pero es un personaje muy creible Miles est perfectamente dibujado y es un tipo muy interesante bastardo de origen, no es una persona envidiosa que odia a su hermanastro que lo tiene todo l pelea con sus fantasmas como puede Sea como sea, la historia progresa bien y adem s contiene uno de los tropos que a m m s me gustan h roe ciego al verdadero va Me gust mucho el desarrollo de la historia Quiz s la hero na es un poco demasiado autosacrificial para mi gusto con esa hermana tan horrible pero es un personaje muy creible Miles est perfectamente dibujado y es un tipo muy interesante bastardo de origen, no es una persona envidiosa que odia a su hermanastro que lo tiene todo l pelea con sus fantasmas como puede Sea como sea, la historia progresa bien y adem s contiene uno de los tropos que a m m s me gustan h roe ciego al verdadero valor encanto belleza de su mujer prometida aprende a amarla poco a poco Hay amor, pasi n y una cierta dosis de desespero amoroso pero, no es eso la vida misma A leer

  7. says:

    Heart wrenching story about the marriage of convenience between two lonely souls, both frowned upon and condemned by society Olivia for her perceived past deeds and her child out of wedlock and Miles for being the natural born outcome of an earl s extramarital affair For years, Olivia has sacrificed her own happiness to care for her father and beautiful but selfish younger sister She sees marriage to Miles as an escape for her and her little boy and a new start for them both Miles on the ot Heart wrenching story about the marriage of convenience between two lonely souls, both frowned upon and condemned by society Olivia for her perceived past deeds and her child out of wedlock and Miles for being the natural born outcome of an earl s extramarital affair For years, Olivia has sacrificed her own happiness to care for her father and beautiful but selfish younger sister She sees marriage to Miles as an escape for her and her little boy and a new start for them both Miles on the other hand reluctantly agrees to the marriage in order to right himself financially This supposedly simple arrangement is complicated by the fact that Olivia has adored Miles since she was a young girl only he became involved with her shallow sister instead, and Miles, well he s a bit of an self pitying ass, who took most of the book to knock off the giant boulder on his shoulder that he himself had placed there Still, there were so many beautifully written passages and intelligent dialogues that they overrode the occasional frustration I had with the characters To be fair, these characters were deliberately written, especially in Miles case, flawed and damaged, so much so that it took a while for Olivia to put him back together She alone saw that he was worth saving, and after putting the reader through many angsty and snotty nosed moments, he finally saved her right back

  8. says:

    My memory of the last Sutcliffe novel I read had been of good writing without much substance So I picked this one without much expectation except that I ll be well entertained And well entertained I have been, and this time with pleasure of discovering a story with depth and flawless characterization The plot itself isn t very novel crazy family, characters lonely and deprived of love, heroine rescuing hero from emotional and economical poverty, reforming and saving a dying town, we ve all My memory of the last Sutcliffe novel I read had been of good writing without much substance So I picked this one without much expectation except that I ll be well entertained And well entertained I have been, and this time with pleasure of discovering a story with depth and flawless characterization The plot itself isn t very novel crazy family, characters lonely and deprived of love, heroine rescuing hero from emotional and economical poverty, reforming and saving a dying town, we ve all seen them before Even the big secret wasn t that much of a secret And it s not much of a sigh inspiring romance, and a bit undeveloped to agonize over it instead However the way the author fleshed out all those impaired, imperfect characters from our protagonists to villains, and really, even Emily s character which seemed overly dramatized at some points suddenly fit like a puzzle piece after a few lines from Devonshire, and I loved how it even led to a further question back to Olivia s raising her, sketching this entire picture of all too real, dysfunctional family tragedy in which everyone is guilty with excuses made it an original Certainly I m not sighing over Miles, just as I won t be sighing over someone so imperfect in real life, but that s exactly the reason why this book is terrific

  9. says:

    This has all my favorite tropes longsuffering martyr bluestocking heroine, brooding angry unappreciated hero, sekrit bebe, evil families, Big Secrets Being Kept It bordered on gothic in parts.Now, all this is a tightrope to walk especially when I figured out the sekrit bebe issue from the beginning although I can t be sure the author tried that hard to conceal it and the mine plot just as quickly after the villain s name popped up This book was published in 1993 In recent years, I haven t This has all my favorite tropes longsuffering martyr bluestocking heroine, brooding angry unappreciated hero, sekrit bebe, evil families, Big Secrets Being Kept It bordered on gothic in parts.Now, all this is a tightrope to walk especially when I figured out the sekrit bebe issue from the beginning although I can t be sure the author tried that hard to conceal it and the mine plot just as quickly after the villain s name popped up This book was published in 1993 In recent years, I haven t read any one of these tropes that was done halfway decently, much less all of them The prose was lovely, and the hero and heroine were well drawn The evil families and the villain were a bit cardboard, but what we got from the main characters made up for it.But the only thing that s important to me is that it had me bawling from beginning to end Well done, Ms Sutcliffe

  10. says:

    OH FAGGOTS THIS WAS A STUPID ASS FUCK STORY THE HERO IS DUMB, GOT THE BITCH PREGNANTAND THE BITCH S SISTER TOOK IN THEIR SON WITHOUT HIS KNOWLEDGE HEROINE LATER MARRIES THE HERO AND THE TRUTH COMES DOWN LATER FUCK NO I WOULD TAKE CARE OF MY SISTER S CHILD BECAUSE HE IS INNOCENT BUT TO BE CAUGHT IN SUCH A FARCE WHEREBY YOU KNOW THE KID IS A BY PRODUCT OF THE MAN YOU LOVE AND YOUR BITCH SISTER, MAN GET OUT OF TOWN This book is such an emotional wreck, why do people like these exist

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