Bitterleaf By Lisa Gregory – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period. Meredith Whitney falls in love with Jeremy Devlin, the proud indentured servant her stepfather has brought to the family plantation, Bitterleaf. Title, Bitterleaf Jove historical romance. Author, Lisa Gregory. Contributor, Copyright Paperback Collection (Library of Congress). Publisher, Jove,
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There was a love-hate relationship involved in this book and it worked for me. The story revolves around his relationship to Merideth, of course. Even Jeremy, the love of her life, biitterleaf her unattractive and plain but still desires her.
Feb 07, Pamela AllHoney rated it really liked it Shelves: What a lovely, trope-filled read! This was during the time of slavery in America and I have never read a romance that set in this time period. K Huebner rated it it was amazing Mar 13, I guess I just like romances where the heroine is seen as beautiful, if by no one else Meredith and Jeremy were characters I liked and admired, and wished well for.
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All mass market PB’s are in good or better condition. A very 80’s couple stands clasped together in a lake, her head thrown back, hair tumbling down her back, wearing a pink dress, soaked transparent. The setting of this story is during the colonial days on a plantation Bitterleaf in the south.
Trothrock rated it it was amazing Jan 05, The plot gets complicated but is easy to follow I really, really liked this book. Even after this book ended, I could imagine them having a good life together, raising their family, and running their plantation with honor, and not on the backs of enslaved labor.
Call me a bigoted tropist, but dayum I’ve never encountered a device that is so unfailingly obnoxious. The first The setting bitterleac this story is during the colonial days on a plantation Bitterleaf in the south.
Bitterleaf by Lisa Gregory – FictionDB
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Due to an unforeseen incident they are now thrown together to fight not only for their love, but the plantation that Meredith loves with an equal passion.
He is sold to a rich landowner to work and is quickly “moved up the ranks”. Return to Book Page. This is a book about strangers becoming spouses, lovers, and friends.
This was a sure keeper for me. Jeremy ultimately proves his worth many times over. But he has plans of revenge on his mind.
It’s an antebellum which I don’t usually get into. An author with a true penchant for believable, steamy love scenes.
What makes Biblio different? I still gave this 2 stars because I liked some of the historical details about the plantation daily life. Her stepfather has a plan and Jeremy is a part of it. When he finally does come to his senses and truly desires Meredith its almost unbelievable, given his prior behavior.
Far, far too much of the story was the Big Mis and filler. I’m suprised at my daring, but she really couldn’t confront me or my sister greglry it would be a confession of her own.
Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. So it’s safe to say that I’ll be avoiding any spinster heroine novels longer than a Harlequin.
In this case, they marry almost immediately, at the behest of her stepfather. Shows definite biyterleaf, and perhaps considerable marking on inside.
View all 18 comments. Meredith spends much of the book self loathing her height and plain appearance. Sign In Register Help Cart.