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Bal Masque (Confronting Destiny, #1) By Fleeta Cunningham,

  • Title: Bal Masque (Confronting Destiny, #1)
  • Author: Fleeta Cunningham
  • ISBN: -
  • Page: 100
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A sensible young lady in 1835 Louisiana does as her papa directs, especially in matters of matrimony, but Lucienne Toussaint is headstrong and impetuous She has given her heart to a dashing ladies man and cannot abide Papa s staid choice, a tedious man she vows in tumult and tears never to marry Scheming to escape her Mardi Gras wedding, her plans awry at every turn, shA sensible young lady in 1835 Louisiana does as her papa directs, especially in matters of matrimony, but Lucienne Toussaint is headstrong and impetuous She has given her heart to a dashing ladies man and cannot abide Papa s staid choice, a tedious man she vows in tumult and tears never to marry Scheming to escape her Mardi Gras wedding, her plans awry at every turn, she finds it s dangerous to confront Destiny For Armand Dupre, the one girl who interests him is the spoiled belle who fancies herself in love with someone else Weary of meek misses, he sees flashes of spirit, independence, and sensibility in her When she dashes into the darkness on her wedding night, he keeps gossip at bay as he searches for her and leaves behind dull propriety s mask This new Armand, who arrives in the midst of a hurricane to rescue her from kidnappers and river pirates, is a man she could find most intriguing.
    Bal Masque Confronting Destiny A sensible young lady in Louisiana does as her papa directs especially in matters of matrimony but Lucienne Toussaint is headstrong and impetuous She has given her heart to a dashing ladies man

    One thought on “Bal Masque (Confronting Destiny, #1)”

    1. lots of Action, adventure and romance enjoyed.A lot happens in this early 1800 s romance set on a sugar plantation in New Orleans I thought the historical aspect was fascinating and well portrayed I found, Lucienne to be a spoiled, vain, brat whose adventures brought out the positive traits that her husband Armand somehow saw from the start I think her growth was the entire point of the story But taking into account how she was raised and the expectations of her station in society for 1836, she [...]

    2. Frankly, it was horrible Lucienne is an irresponsible little twit who should have been bound, gagged, and dumped in the river She is so selfish and so stubborn and so TSTL that I couldn t like her one little bit And all that praise about how strong she was was nothing but blather She put herself into those problem situations because she was a stupid selfish moron He should have left her in the swamp to die.

    3. Bal Masque was quite the surprising adventure It had a great story line that kept pace, and turned on a dime Lucienne reminded me a bit of Scarlett O hara with her selfish, immature fantasies This story was well written and entrancing Bravo, Fleeta Cunningham

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