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The Widow's Auction

Lord Warbrooke his commanding presence sparks something deep within her But such romantic thoughts are for naught For Justin’s political aspirations always come first And Isobel’s own secret past could damage both of them permanently So when Isobel’s friend talks her into par. Catnippy subject material for me with the rather saucy set up between the heroine and hero I loved that they were bickering rivals on the board of a school and were lighting each other s fires before they collided saucily at the widow s auction So this was a fun read

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Ticipating in a scandalous auction of masked widows at a gentleman’s club she reluctantly agreesand soon begins to relish being an object of desire But none desire her than Justin who recognizes the outspoken Isobel in disguise and sets out to teach her a lesson worth far than mone. We have all heard Don t judge a book by its cover In The Widow s Auction two people learn not to judge each other by their public face Isobel Lamberton the widowed Lady Kingsley and Justin Antony Lord Warbrooke seem to always be on opposite sides It takes the night of the widow s auction to bring them together There they both learn that they have in common than either suspected A nice easy read with great characters and good action

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From Sabrina Jeffries New York Times bestselling author of The Study of Seduction and The Art of Sinning comes a sumptuous tale of a woman whose affection comes at a priceThough Isobel Lamberton the widowed Lady Kingsley is confounded by her dealings with the obstinate Justin Antony. Instagram Twitter Facebook PinterestThis isn t my first Sabrina Jeffries rodeo That honor belongs to STORMSWEPT a rerelease penned under her Deborah Martin name When I was given an advance copy of this to review on Netgalley I looked forward to the chance of seeing how her style had evolved STORMSWEPT was written in the 90s and while the heroine was likable none of the male leads were at all I d hoped THE WIDOW S AUCTION would be different but as with the first one I found myself saying I liked parts of this book butTHE WIDOW S AUCTION is about a widow surprise named Isobel Lamberton She s leader of a board of directors basically who all make decisions about what happens to her late husband s school She and this man Justin Antony find themselves viciously at odds so obviously she loathes himAt the same time Isobel s friend persuades her that she ought to join a WIDOW S AUCTION because she just needs to get laid Or whatever the 19th century euivalent of that phrase is So Isobel goes to a fancy gentlemen s club with a mask and revealing gown and has men bid on who will get to spend the night with herI will give you three guesses to figure out who winsTHE WIDOW S AUCTION does have some things in its favor The heroine points out the irony of men being able to sleep with whomever they like whereas women s value is only in their innocence Her backstory was interesting as well I liked the Pygmalion reference I m a sucker for that Audrey Hepburn although I thought that particular trope might have benefited a longer book so you could see the transformation from start to end in an epic fashionWhat really kills this book is the length It spends so much time on the sex that given the length it feels like one of those erotic shorts Except there isn t really enough sex in it to classify for erotica in my opinion so what you end up with is this bizarrely short story that changes track multiple times far too uickly that any of the storylines inside were resolved to any satisfaction I mean am I to believe that all their disputes and conflicting ideals totally flew out the window after sex I certainly don t buy that the two of them fell in love after a single night That s just ridiculous given their historyI was not a fan of WIDOW S AUCTION I m not writing this author off but I think I ll stick with her novels over her novellas The pacing s just better there1 to 15 stars


10 thoughts on “The Widow's Auction

  1. says:

    Instagram || Twitter || Facebook || || PinterestThis isn't my first Sabrina Jeffries rodeo That honor belongs to STORMSWEPT a rerelease penned under her Deborah Martin name When I was given an advance copy of this to review on Netgalley I looked forward to the chance of seeing how her style had evolved STORMSWEPT was written in the

  2. says:

    This was a uick and fun novella from Sabrina Jeffries so this will be a short and sweet review Escaping to The Widow's Auction was a perfect way to spend my lunch break today and it was just the right length to

  3. says:

    Cute cheesy unlikely and featuring as underdeveloped a plot as most shorts but the characters were uickly and definitively established uite relatable and the novella serves as a nice stop gap between books

  4. says:

    She and Lord Warbrooke together? The very idea was absurd impossibleEntrancingFINAL DECISION  I thoroughly enjoyed this novella  The story is very compact and tight and thus it works well  I enjoyed the characters intera

  5. says:

    Loved itWhat a wonderful little novellaIsobel and Justin were totally delightful and while this was a novella their story didn't feel rushed or incomplete The writing was wonderful the story interesting the relationship between Isobel and Justin developed at a believable pace and the love scenes were well done warm but not

  6. says:

    Catnippy subject material for me with the rather saucy set up between the heroine and hero I loved that they were bickering rivals on the board of a school and were lighting each other's fires before they collided saucily at the widow's auction So this was a fun read

  7. says:

    Reviewed for Wit and Sin Isobel Lamberton Lady Kingsley and Justin Antony Lord Warbrooke are at loggerheads with one another Both sit on the board of a boys’ school and each has their own proposal they are deter

  8. says:

    We have all heard Don't judge a book by its cover In The Widow's Auction two people learn not to judge each other by their public face Isobel

  9. says:

    3 stars this is a cute novella and was fun to read I’m a little bit of a sucker for an auction trope so ofc I couldn’t resist this However the declarations of love felt forced and the whole ending felt rushed Still not a bad read for the trope

  10. says:

    Received an ARC via NetGalley35 starsA short read that is a love story between two people who both do a lot of charity work but came from different backgrounds Lady Kingsley Isobel and Lord Warbrooke Justin are on the same charity board and tend to irritate each other a lot Many times they say no to the suggestions of the other just because of who said it and not its uality They think each other is attractive but that

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