Melissa Schroeder is always on my “must be read list” and The Accidental Countess is a perfect example why! — Melissa, Joyfully Reviewed-Joyfully. “The Accidental Countess” by Melissa Schroeder Being a spinster was much easier than becoming the accidental countess and it definitely. Being a spinster was much easier than becoming the accidental countess and it definitely didn’t prepare her for falling in love. Book One in the Once Upon an.

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This was a great book and looking forward to reading more of Schroeder’s books.

The Accidental Countess

Can a match like this ever turn to love? Shroeder could have used a better editor. Published November 1st by Samhain Publishing first published May 1st The hero was good and was not the usual “Alpha-type” kind of hero I expect from these historical novels. I liked Colleen and her stubbornness, most of all her inde Melissa Schroeder is one of my favorite authors, thus the 4-star rating, but I’d stick to her contemporary romance novels.

As with any good historical there is romance, mystery, dancing and of course some snappy dialogue. Colleen MacGregor doesn’t like rich men, especially rich titled men. If you are looking for smoking hot read Ms. However I was a bit thrown off with her sudden pregnancy and how she wouldn’t tell Sebastian straight away, making it more melodramatic than it needed to be. She has to be awesome and know she’s awesome. Still, her guilt won’t allow her to leave Sebastian passed out in the snow.


And that’s not awesome. Jun 03, Y added it. Wish it would have finished as strong as it began. He insisted that he only drank brandy but why did he smell so of whiskey? I really liked the character of Cicily and look forward to reading her story. She especially doesn’t want a titled man. At first, there’s a lot of push and pull between Sebastian and Colleen since neither one wanted to be married period, and not just with each other.

I can’t wait to read the rest of the series. I really liked the ch When Colleen MacGregor finds Sebastian Ware passed out in the snow in the middle of a snowstorm, they have both sworn never to marry anyone. The villains are well introduced, if not particularly well fleshed out.

Rescues him by taking him into her home and then undressing him because he is going to catch cold.

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Before she can really stop anything, she is cuontess to London, where she is transformed into an Original and captures the attention of the ton-not to mention her husband.

After becoming hooked, she read close to novels in one year, deciding that romance was her true calling instead of the literary sh Born to an Air Force family at an Army hospital Melissa has always been a little bit screwy.

He can’t very well marry someone else as he’s already married accidentwl he refuses to allow the title to go to his wastrel of a cousin. He can’t figure out why he is melisa to such an unfashionable, obstinate, red-headed witch. I didn’t think I would like this book but I got hooked once Sebastian’s mum and sister came to Colleen’s house.


Though this didn’t really enthrall me, the writing was excellent, as could be expected from Ms Schroeder. The Accidental Countess is a fun historical romance. Apr 16, Cynthia rated it liked it Shelves: Actually when I finished last night I wanted to go and read Lessons in Seduction again just so I can hang out with the characters some more.

Mar 06, Alysha rated it it was amazing Shelves: Colleen MacGregor doesn’t like rich men, especially rich titled men. No trivia or quizzes yet. He never planned on becoming the next Earl of Penwyth. She’ll just have to deal with being married to a rich, titled Duke. I didn’t feel like I was reading the same old story over and over again. Return to Book Page. Always hardening her heart and the like.

At least with a historical romance, there is a legitimate excuse for the heroine to think herself so lowly. Let me start off by saying that I read book 2, Lessons in Seduction, before I read this one.

Colleen did not want any man but coming home during a snow storm, she came upon a “drunkard” and dragged him to her home just so he would not succomb to the freezing weather.