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Or should he try, countless other gentlemen witnessing this would stop them.

But that you should plot against someone who has accepted the hospitality of our house and our home, that you should sell her and betray her for filthy money is a disgrace which will for ever stain with utter shame our pride and our honour.

She sold over 1, million barabra throughout the world, earning her a place in the Guinness Book of Records. And he would be an idiot to letting it go. What a piece of cowards shit.

From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. It took me a little searching to find an e-book version and finally found a gritty uploady version which was worth it.

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I found the movie more credible because upon Justin’s becoming Marquis he inherited funds to save the family and Mandrake. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.

All this was now the property of the infamous Lord Justin, Marquis of Vulcan — a man whose reputation made it unwise for any decent woman to be seen in his company. With her freedom lost on the turn of a card, Serena is bound by a debt of honour to marry.


A Hazard of Hearts

Some of it is just too far out for me. Cartland presents a mild Oedipus complex trope via the dowager and the H, because the latter adores his mother so much that he blinds himself to the reality of just how evil and manipulative she can be.

Cartland seemed to have here in this sampling of her style and tale. My favourite part of the novel, which stopped me and had me pondering, is one that perhaps doesn’t add much to the plot, but serves to enrich the historical background and provide the reader with beautifully drawn pictures of the society he is to encounter, and the atmosphere which was to engrave the main features of the Marchioness- one of the most important and dynamic characters of the novel: My friend Anne actually found it and bsrbara it for me.


Father bet his 14yr old daughter to a rich man Lord or Baron? Yeah, I’m pissed here too. Be the first one to write a review. The biggest of these is the H’s evil mother Harriet, the dowager marchioness. A strange, cold man whose clifftop mansion echoed with terrible secrets. This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers.

A Hazard of Hearts by Barbara Cartland

I wish you to know, my beloved, that I have loved you from the very first moment I saw you when you stood at the top of the staircase at Staverley Court. Truly evil villains, mystery and action. Her feelings for her son are lukewarm at best, although, she does worry for him when he sustains injuries during a duel.

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It’s much better ‘organized’ than parts of the book. We’re featuring millions of their reader ratings on our book pages to help you find your new favourite book. I had just started to discover the romance genre as a young teen, so imagine how thrilled I was that there were film adaptations of some of Barbara Cartland’s romances!

Spoilers Spoilers The differences between the movie and book: It just makes more sense that way.

Michelle I’m sure your local library might have it or you can try Amazon. Return to Book Page. I loved you because you were so utterly different from anyone I had ever known or seen in my life before; and yet, because I was cynical, because I had been disillusioned so often and hsarts completely by other women, I doubted what I saw with my own eyes. Serena Staverley was happy at Staverley Court.

PS Now I’m not sure, but it could be that some parts I mentioned could be from the movie. The author wrote a fantastic detailed scene where Justin rips his mother apart verbally: