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A Love That Never Tires ✹ [BOOKS] ✭ A Love That Never Tires By Allyson Jeleyne ❃ – Thomashillier.co.uk Librarian note Older cover of B00OECC9VSLinley Talbot Martin is a girl who likes to get her hands dirty As the daughter of a famous archaeologist she’s been everywhere and seen everything—except L Librarian note Older cover of BOECCVSLinley Talbot That Never PDF ↠ Martin is a girl who likes to get her hands dirty As the daughter of a famous archaeologist she’s been everywhere and seen everything—except London When the Talbot Martin team travels there for her father’s investiture Linley finally gets her wish But when the time comes to trade her jodhpurs and work boots for silk gowns and kid gloves she may be in over her A Love PDF/EPUB ² headEven though she can out ride out shoot and outsmart any girl in London society Linley is destined to be the failure of the season No one she meets cares about ancient pottery or lost Buddhist texts and fundraising efforts for future expeditions keep coming up short If the Talbot Martin team doesn’t find money soon they will be out of a job and Linley will lose everything she holds dearPatrick Wolford Maruess Love That Never PDF/EPUB Â of Kyre pronounced 'Keer' is a man who knows his place Well connected and respected he is everything everyone expects him to be but beneath his façade he is as neglected and crumbling as the family estate Now the strain of keeping up appearances is taking its toll The smart thing would be to marry the heiress nipping at his heels and be done with it but when he meets Linley Talbot Martin who dares to shake up his seemingly proper world he must choose between the life he’s always known and one he never dared to dream of.

  • Kindle Edition
  • 379 pages
  • A Love That Never Tires
  • Allyson Jeleyne
  • English
  • 08 December 2016

About the Author: Allyson Jeleyne

Allyson Jeleyne is a writer of bold That Never PDF ↠ passionate historical romance featuring kind heroes complex heroines and steamy love Her characters are adventurers homemakers prostitutes peeresses and most importantly survivorsShe earned an interdisciplinary studies degree in Creative Writing and Journalism while also studying British history literature in her spare time When not writing she en.

10 thoughts on “A Love That Never Tires

  1. Erin Erin says:

    A little bit of an unconventional historical romance that takes readers from Morocco to London to India as an archeologist 's daughter finds herself falling for a British lord in pre World War I 19121913 It started out really great and I loved free spirited Linley but once part two began and Patrick was rushing to India to surprise Linley I suddenly lost interest

  2. La Bibliòteca La Bibliòteca says:

    As a man who reads stereotypical books for menIecrime science fictionetcI will admit I had low expectations for my first historical romance read However those expectations were uickly forgotten as I dwelled into this book What stuck out most for me were the vivid descriptions of the settings and time in which they took place in The author has a uniue talent of putting me in these varying locationswhether it be in downtown London or on an African coast What surprised me was how much I invested in the characters of this book Getting to know them better and better as pages and chapters progressed I'd even catch myself smiling as the main character showed instances of growth and change throughout the book I'd strongly recommend this book to any readers of historical romance or to any reader looking for a good read period Can't wait for the next books to follow in this series

  3. Hail Hail says:

    A Love That Never Tires I was tired of it by the end Most of the book I found very forced Linley and Patrick spent a lot of time moaning at one another I think this was to create a kind of 'heated passion' but personally I just found them irritatingLinley's Father was very selfish and his team was the most unorganised archaeological unit I have ever read about view spoilerThey send days looking for a beautiful abandoned temple to then dismiss it within a few hours and randomly walk towards the Himalayas in hopes of finding a Monastery no research done apparently any Monastery would do hide spoiler

  4. Please Pass the Books Please Pass the Books says:

    The descriptions are magnificent the characters are likeable mostly and the story itself is wonderfully written I absolutely loved how the scenes and settings are so well integrated between dialogue a miraculous feat for a debut indie novel instead of lumped into long winded narratives You get behind the eyes of the characters and see what they see as they see it Just wonderfulI agree with another reviewer that in the follow up which I hope comes fast that we see less of Linley's father and his friendsI wholeheartedly recommend this book to all lovers of historical fiction romance and Edwardian love storiesI received a free copy of this book from Story Cartel for the purpose of an unbiased review

  5. Darla Darla says:

    So this book was ok for me overall it wasn't bad it wasn't great There were some funny parts that made me laugh and there were some sweet moments too This was another free book I found on the Bookbubcom website and I will say that I am glad I didn't pay for it solely because it was just ok There were moments and behaviors that seemed incongruous with the characters mostly Linley from one moment to the next that made them seem inconsistent and unbelievable That worked on my reading nerves There was also a different outcome I was hoping for from this book just because as sad as it would have been it would have been a great spin on the originality of the storyline Anyone who has read this before probably knows what situation I am talking about I think a lot of the reasoning behind my rating is due to the ending; I wanted it to end differently and it didn't Do I think it was worth the read?? Maybemaybe not this book will NOT resonant with me like others have so that tells me a lot

  6. ✨ Gramy ✨ ✨ Gramy ✨ says:

    There was obviously a lot of time effort and research poured into the contents of this book They all melded together very nicely I would much rather give up the sexually descriptive scenes to have learned about how the archeological party reunited how the father of the bride reacted to his daughter's recovery the wedding news as well as the place and wedding event I felt very cheated by the conclusion of this particular book Discovering there are three to follow about this particular couple does not give me any hope I liked the book and the characters up until the explicit sexual scenes invaded the otherwise entertaining book I don't understand why some authors think minute details convey any imagination than allowing each reader to derive their own interpretation from those scenes I just read the first few paragraphs of the second book through the preview and and was even further disappointed to discover that profanity has been added as well I am a fan of each book in a series standing on its own This book did not meet that scrutiny I am not a fan of having to read 4 books to find out what happens to one single couple I am discouraged by the obvious desire of the author to stretch out the story to make money So I do not plan to purchase any further books in this series

  7. K. K. says:

    Trigger warnings serious illness slut shaming death of a sibling in the past graphic description of wounds Their love may never tire but I certainly did I think a big part of my problem with this is that it was described as Downton Abbey meets The Mummy when it was in fact neither of those things The two leads were utterly lacking in chemistry The writing was aggressively mediocre The extreme hatred of suffragettes wasbaffling to say the least I rolled my eyes on every second page The sex wasweirdly violent and not at all okay The ending was beyond ridiculous And the constant references to how much time Linley had spent at Machu Picchu made me roll my eyes repeatedly because a archaeologists are experts in ONE civilisation not all of them and b it had only been discovered two years before this is supposed to be set so uh NO Also the moment where they locate a temple in the jungle and then immediately decide towalk to the Himalayas???was beyond baffling Basically? This was terrible and I hated it and I definitely won't be continuing the series Not even the fact that it was free helped it to not suck

  8. Mystica Mystica says:

    Shades of Georgette Heyer mixed up with a bit of Far Eastern travelA story involving a young girl brought up by her father in a very unconventional style for the time Living her life in archaelogical ruins and coming to London as they are dead broke and he must find a financier for his next trip to discover the temple ruins which beckon so enticingly Linley knows that her duty is to help her father obtain those finances by hook or by crook and to this end she goes along with his plans in LondonMeeting up with a Maruess seems fortuitous but things are not what they seem as he is not as well heeled as he sounds His main idea was to find an heiress and marry her to bolster the family fortunes Meeting Linley puts a spoke in the wheel in that scheme of thingsCovering London with all its conventionality at the times and then moving across to Northern India almost at the Nepalese border was descriptive enough for meI did not like the title though as I felt it was not apt for the very lovely story it covered

  9. Ingrid Spera Ingrid Spera says:

    I will admit that I read this just as a lovey dovey fluff piece but I was very pleasantly surprised by what I found This book has a depth I wasn't expecting and fairly believable characters that I was able to connect with which was completely unexpected I wish the ending had been drawn out but overall a really enjoyable read

  10. Melinda Melinda says:

    UGH I can't believe I actually finished this book It started out promising but just got ridiculous and frustrating as the chapters wore on Linley was the most frustrating character I liked her initially but she turned into a completely different person by the end

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