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This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. Which is not true.

Except that finally, we get to smxll end of the story. She lived on eastern Long Island for over 30 years. He also makes her kneel in front of him while he unveils his cock, teaches her how to handle it and perform fellatio.

Bianca: The Silk Merchant’s Daughters

Rovere treats his delicate new bride abysmally and she loathes and fears him. View all 12 comments. Bdrtrice just occurred to me that I was reading the book The Border Lord and the Lady. Simple and classic Bertrice Small. Well, I guess this is one of those situations where we agree to disagree: This series may not be as perfect as Sky O’Mally but is a second best.


There were entire areas of the plotline which could have made for beautiful, rich, intriguing plotline which could have really set up each and every character I just don’t get the attraction to the popular plot she uses. I even was in a Barnes and Noble and again put it back on the shelf.

There is no cohesive plot, just events that happen with a bit of randomness thrown in out of left-field towards the end. Lists with This Book. Only a Duke Will Do.

Bianca: The Silk Merchant’s Daughters by Bertrice Small – Penguin Books Australia

Paperbackpages. So, back to Amir. Oct 23, Miscjoy rated it did not like it Shelves: I guess that is my darker side eager to read on. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.

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Review – Bianca (The Silk Merchant’s Daughters #1) by Bertrice Small

Bertrice Small puts a lot of historical detail in her books, biaanca in that time, a girl was ready for marriage at age 12 or Read my full thoughts here http: This is her most recent book: Firstly, warning to anyone who can not handle reading depraved assaults on women, bestiality, etc. It was a bait-and-switch. How to Marry a Marquess. The story in the beginning goes against everything you want to read in a romance, but I read the descriptions and am not new to Small’s books, like I said several times.


Fiction Book Review: Bianca by Bertrice Small. NAL, $16 trade paper (p) ISBN

I felt very sympathetic for this character! To ask other readers questions about Biancaplease sign up. As with everything else in this story, it gets neatly wrapped up. When she finally gained her freedom I look I stared at this book several times and would change my mind about buying it. However, I will just state that I did acknowledge the historical context of the book in my review.

Sep 11, Sarah Mac rated it it was ok Shelves: This was a very good story; however, it was very disturbing to read of such acts done to a fourteen-year old girl. Simply put, I did not like this book.

Dec 09, Kimberley rated it liked it. How to Woo a Wallflower. I will never marry again! Small is one of your favorite authors and I have no desire to diminish that for you. This beetrice my first book by the author.

However, not all happy endings are what we expect them to be and this book is a perfect example of that. I will eagerly read the rest of the series.