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    One Perfect Rose (READ) This is what a romance novel should be two people falling in love facing hardship and adversity together instead of bickering and arguing and hating each other into love with a multi dimensional human not inhuman antagonist Spoliers followThe proloue covers the heroines childhood trama Read it Don't skip over it like some readers doChapter one opens with the hero an unmarried duke receiving a diagnosis of death from his physician only th

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    Summary One Perfect Rose Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo Putney Mary Jo Putney Û 6 Read I have found a romance novel that made me bawl for half the book Seriously Ugly gross crying that reuires a box of kleenex and hidin

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    Mary Jo Putney Û 6 Read Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo Putney Summary One Perfect Rose MJP definitely saved the best for last in the Fallen Angels series Had I known that this one could most likely be read as a standalone maybe reading Shattered Rainbows first but not necessarily I probably would have read it first but at least I got to know a lot about the secondary characters on my journeyStephen Kenyon Duke of Ashburton is dying His doctor warns him that he has 3 6 months to live but probably will no

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    Summary One Perfect Rose One Perfect Rose (READ) Mary Jo Putney Û 6 Read I've given this a B for both narration and content at AudioGals so 45 stars One Perfect Rose is the seventh and final book in Mary Jo Putney

  5. says: Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo Putney One Perfect Rose (READ) Mary Jo Putney Û 6 Read

    Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo Putney One Perfect Rose (READ) I'm really fond of this book I like ones where the main character thinks he's dieing and goes about closing out his affairs and doing the things he feels he should do before he dies Of course since I like happy endings I only like these books if the character doesn't really die Here the hero sets off to travel and discover

  6. says: One Perfect Rose (READ) Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo Putney

    One Perfect Rose (READ) Mary Jo Putney Û 6 Read Excellent audiobook narration of a wonderful historical romance All of his blameless life Stephen Kenyon Duke of Ashburton has lived an upright responsible and somewhat stodgy existence caring for his estates and his numerous dependents But at 36 years of age his personal physician hands him a death sentence He has only

  7. says: Summary One Perfect Rose One Perfect Rose (READ) Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo Putney

    One Perfect Rose (READ) Mary Jo Putney Û 6 Read Summary One Perfect Rose I followed this up from The Bargain It's not uite the same trope but has resonances the dying hero I picked it out from its fellows in its series from the descriptions on so it must be what I was still in the mo

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    One Perfect Rose (READ) This book is amazing The struggle to come to term with deaththe haunting uncertainties of whether there is a li

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    One Perfect Rose (READ) Rosalind and Stephen worked well together They were nicely developed and likable It was very refreshing how the two actually LIKED each other through out the whole book and never got mad at each other YayI loved Stephen He was such a different romantic hero He was kind and nice and not overbearing or bossy He was genuinely a really good perso

  10. says: Summary One Perfect Rose Mary Jo Putney Û 6 Read Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo Putney

    One Perfect Rose (READ) Wonderful story and wonderful ending to a great series I loved how MJP kept us apprised of the other couples throughout the entire series without being intrusive about it I would love to see a reunion book done but that is just me never getting enough ending

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Summary One Perfect Rose

review Ö One Perfect Rose 106 Tryside as an ordinary man When he meets the lovely Rosalind Jordan a foundling who has grown into an enchanting compassionate woman she stirs the deepest desires of his heart Yet how ca Excellent audiobook narration of a wonderful historical romance All of his blameless life Stephen Kenyon Duke of Ashburton has lived an upright responsible and somewhat stodgy existence caring for his estates and his numerous dependents But at 36 years of age his personal physician hands him a death sentence He has only six months to live due to an incurable disease Angry and despondent at an unjust fate he is determined to not waste the few remaining days of his life walled up in an ivory tower of privilege He will ride out into the wider world and somehow for the first time truly livebefore he diesIn the course of his initial aimless wanderings Stephen saves the life of a drowning child by plunging in after him into a roaring river In the process he meets the boy s beautiful stepsister 28 year old Rosalind Jordan a foundling adopted as a young child by two charming lovable actors Under an assumed name and purposely omitting to mention his title Stephen sets out with Rosalind and the actors troupe that she is part of on their travels around England In the process of sharing the actors joys and hardships Stephen grows to care deeply for Rosalind than he ever dreamed possible But it is the doomed love of a man with no futureThis is an emotionally intense read as Stephen embarks on a journey that is perhaps the most difficult any human can make accepting his own mortality There is a great deal of truth to the saying that only in facing death do many of us ever truly learn how to live Stephen is a marvelous hero a man of integrity bravery and compassion And Rosalind is his eual in intelligence decency and kindness Their love story though presented initially as a presumed tragedy is obviously not going to have a sad ending It is not a spoiler to say that because Mary Jo Putney writes HEA romances Thus we can assume in advance that somehow all this bad news for Stephen will be resolved in an upbeat finale The surprise lies in the unexpected twists and turns along the way to that desirable outcome The lovemaking scenes in this book as is always the case with Ms Putney are written with deep tenderness as well as passion There is never any crudeness and the sensuality always contributes to the overall flow of the plot rather than being presented as sex for sex s sakeThe historical details within this story are accurate and woven seamlessly into the story in a natural unobtrusive way such that the reader is swept away and fully immersed in a long vanished world of the past Rosalind s adoptive family of colorful theater people are a delight and exist as an essential part of this novel By the end of the story we also have a chance to learn fascinating details about Stephen s familyIn short in every way possible this historical romance is a compelling read from beginning to endI have read this book multiple times over the years originally in the form of a mass market paperback later in Kindle form and most recently I experienced it as an audiobook The narrator is Siobhan Waring a British voice talent who does an excellent job with the voices of characters of all ages both genders and many regional accents It was a pleasure listening to her perform this wonderful historical romance I will definitely play this keeper recording many times in the future and I recommend it to fellow historical romance fans without reservationI rate this book as followsHeroine 5 stars Hero 5 stars Subcharacters 5 stars Historical Setting 5 stars Romance Plot 5 starsWriting 5 starsAudiobook narration 5 starsOverall 5 stars

Read & Download ☆ PDF, eBook or Kindle ePUB Û Mary Jo PutneyOne Perfect Rose

review Ö One Perfect Rose 106 N Stephen declare his love when he is haunted by the knowledge that made him flee his old life And how can Rosalind risk loving a man who fulfills her secret dreams but can never be hers Rosalind and Stephen worked well together They were nicely developed and likable It was very refreshing how the two actually LIKED each other through out the whole book and never got mad at each other YayI loved Stephen He was such a different romantic hero He was kind and nice and not overbearing or bossy He was genuinely a really good person I felt SO protective of him And I loved his brother Michael Their relationship was sweet Rosalind s sob story was a little silly and pointless and overdone It was a bit too much for my tastes butwasn t bad enough to knock off a star The whole thing just felt too overdramatic

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review Ö One Perfect Rose 106 Stephen Kenyon Duke of Ashburton has always taken the duties of his rank seriously until shocking news sends him running from his isolating world of wealth and privilege to roam the coun I have found a romance novel that made me bawl for half the book Seriously Ugly gross crying that reuires a box of kleenex and hiding from your family I think it might end up displacing Laura Kinsale s Flowers from the Storm as my favorite romance novelSet in the later 1810s the hero of the book is Stephen Kenyon Duke of Ashburton the older brother of Michael Kenyon from Shattered Rainbows glimpses of whom I loved in SR though reading SR is unnecessary to get the brunt of this book Stephen is uiet reserved man who has always done his duty the right thing what was expected of him He s dealt with his screwed up family uncaring parents loveless marriage that ended in his wife s death etc with uiet dignity and unremitting goodness and never asking from life And now at 36 his doctor informs him that he has stomach cancer and 3 6 months left to live And for the first time in his life Stephen rebels he looks at his life and realizes how bleak and empty and loveless it has been all his goodness and propriety and duty have been for nothing Angry and despairing he decides to do the one selfish impulsive thing in his life to go traveling incognito for a few weeks he has left of semi decent health before he has to come back and put his affairs in order To enjoy life before he has to dieA week into his travels he runs into a troupe of traveling actors and his eye is caught by Rosalind Jordan the adopted daughter of the people who run the company He ends up traveling with them for a bit relishing the warmth and kindness and trying to fight his growing attraction to Rosalind as a dying man he knows there is no good outcome This book is amazing It is beyond amazing I have no words for how amazing it is Even if I did spend half of it sobbing and sobbing some view spoilerDon t worry it has a happy ending I would have expired otherwise hide spoiler

  • Paperback
  • 421
  • One Perfect Rose
  • Mary Jo Putney
  • English
  • 13 December 2019
  • 9780449000182