|Reviews for A Marriage of Inconvenience|
| prakrati03 chapter 1 . 5/18/2015
Please Update (:
You are really good
| secretdevill chapter 18 . 12/1/2014
Please finish this
| bubublacz chapter 18 . 10/12/2014
I'm really liking this story hope you continue it :D
| Emily chapter 18 . 8/31/2013
are you ever going to update this?!
| Emily chapter 18 . 8/17/2013
Please update soon! :-)
| HelloLovelyIHateYou chapter 18 . 4/24/2013
For God's sake, woman, CONTINUE THE STORY.
| HelloLovelyIHateYou chapter 8 . 4/24/2013
There's a missprint, love, in a previous chapter (four, if my memory serves) you listed the aunt as Georgiana's MOTHER'S sister; in this (chapter 8), you name her the father's. Just so you know; it was a little confusing.
| RebelRebel7751 chapter 18 . 3/24/2013
OMG DON'T LEAVE ME HANGING! OMG OMG! LOOOVVVVEEED IT!
| snccrockz chapter 18 . 1/31/2013
uh oh, what's her defense?
seems they are speaking at each other instead of really listening, and there is so much mixed emotion involved for all of them.
great update, and good luck writing
| Wendy Thompson135th chapter 2 . 1/24/2013
incensed because she could hear suspicious laughter behind her. -why is the laughter suspicious? or is '...she was incensed because heard what she SUSPECTED was laughter'?
'Lady Georgiana'/'Miss Ashton' -it's one or the other but it is NEVER both. 'Lady Georgiana' is what she would use if she were the daughter of a noble, an earl, marquis or duke. 'Miss Ashton', as she identifies herself in the first chapter, is the daughter of anybody else. That never changes. Marriage to a peer does not make a woman 'Lady FIRSTNAME. Check _Busman's Honeymoon_, by Dorothy L. Sayers, where Harriet Vane becomes LADY Peter Whimsey, by marriage and courtesy, not Lady Harriet Whimsey. On the other hand, Peter's sister, Lady Mary Whimsey, becomes Lady Mary Parker when she marries Inspector Charles Parker. Check out Debrett's on line: Titles.
Homophone confusion/typo: '...at least they would _no_ she had no intention on listening...' know? And why 'on'? No intention _of_ listening.
Interjections, like yes, now, and direct address are set off with commas. Yes I'm sure! -Yes, I'm sure.
The proofreading seems hurried.
| Wendy Thompson135th chapter 1 . 1/24/2013
This all seems very unlikely. Hasn't G lived here all her life, except for finishing school? So why is she uncertain where her family's land ends?
'... when he'd said the word 'lady'... -he **hasn't** said the word _lady_ in this section of the story, so that part needs to be removed. The whole of the third paragraph from the end needs editing. Too many characters speaking and the last half of the last line is meaningless since it is separated from what she said.
| Amy chapter 18 . 1/22/2013
Such a cliffhanger! I need to reread everything before I can give any constructive reviews, just wanna tell you that I tried to get the books, unfortunately, Amazon said that kindle editions are not available for my area (I live outside US), so sorry about that. :) I was looking forward to read them. :)
| lotusflow3r chapter 17 . 9/30/2012
I had forgotten about this story and how much I loved it...please continue to update!
| reader chapter 17 . 9/2/2012
Really great story, well written and developed. If you've discontinued the story then please write either "discontinued" or "on hiatus" so that optimistic readers will not expect a completed story when there is instead a cliffhanger.
| Guest chapter 17 . 7/6/2012
This is a great story, I hope you haven't given up on it! I am impressed by the vocabulary and grammar over all, its nice to finally read material that's a bit more challenging. I love the characters, they are dynamic, yet consistent. There is conflict without being overly dramatic. Well done!