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Meg looked doubtfully at the mildewed peeling label on the bottle before her. She questioned Gianni across the table with her eyes. ons,’ Gianni explained, skimming his spoon across the bowl of soup in front of him. ‘Don’t let your consommé get cold, Megan. It’s too delicious to miss. He shot a look across the table at her. His meaning was as clear as the crystal carafe of water standing between them. It said: And so are you.

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Автор: Hollis Christina Название: The Count of Castelfino Издательство: Simon & Schuster .

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Since his father's death, Gianni has worn his new title warily. Much is expected of the Conte di Castelfino-not least the need to take a bride who'd make a suitable mother.

With some trepidation, Meg Imsey is traveling to Tuscany  . Since his father's death, Gianni has worn his new title warily.

The Count of Castelfino. Struggling chef Gwen flew to France to fulfill her dreams-she'd rather work herself into the ground than return to her smothering family. After an explosive night, Etienne wants to keep Gwen by his side, and in his bed-she's the perfect antidote to cold-blooded business deals. But proud Gwen is outraged.

With some trepidation, Meg Imsey is traveling to Tuscany. Employed by an aged aristocrat for her horticultural skills, shy Meg intends to hide away in the greenhouses. But that's before she meets her new boss….Since his father's death, Gianni has worn his new title warily. Much is expected of the Conte di Castelfino—not least the need to take a bride who'd make a suitable mother. So it could almost be seen as fate that this English rose has arrived—naive, nervous and at his command!

The Count of Castelfino epub download

ISBN13: 978-0373527748

ISBN: 0373527748

Author: Christina Hollis

Category: Romance

Subcategory: Contemporary

Language: English

Publisher: Harlequin Presents; Original edition (July 13, 2010)

ePUB size: 1388 kb

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Rating: 4.4

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anneli
I'm not even finished with this book and probably shouldn't be writing a review so I won't. It's just my opinion thus far, and I'm really tempted to fast forward to the last chapter because so far it is sooo boring I can't keep my eyes open, maybe that's why I'm on page 74. The woman in this book is so dull and I can't comprehend why she would talk to her "boss" the way she does especially since she is in fear of him firing her. It's a dull book and I do not recommend it at all. Sorry Ms. Hollis.
anneli
I'm not even finished with this book and probably shouldn't be writing a review so I won't. It's just my opinion thus far, and I'm really tempted to fast forward to the last chapter because so far it is sooo boring I can't keep my eyes open, maybe that's why I'm on page 74. The woman in this book is so dull and I can't comprehend why she would talk to her "boss" the way she does especially since she is in fear of him firing her. It's a dull book and I do not recommend it at all. Sorry Ms. Hollis.
September
To me, the mark of a good book (no matter the subject) is whether I'd sit down and enjoy reading it again. This book falls well short of that mark, for several reasons. It had potential: A young horticulture expert is hired by the patriarch of an old Italian family to restore the ancestral gardens. That's a bit of a twist, even though the rest of the storyline was built around the typical "playboy heir" and "English rose" format.

However, there were few compelling elements to the story, and any attempts to make the characters relevant to each other seemed way too contrived to be remotely believable.

First, I never connected -- at any level -- with the two main characters. From the outset, Meg seemed ditzy and shallow. While author Christina Hollis made attempts to give her some substance late, late in the story, the effort seemed like a last-ditch attempt to flesh out a character that didn't have much to work with. As for Gianni... I was really, really disappointed with the way he was introduced. I actually cringed when I realized that the name of the smarmy guy in the Prologue that Meg was swooning over matched the hero's name on the back cover. Seriously. I disliked how this book started so much, I almost put it aside right then and there.

There were occasions when I thought the story was going to become more compelling, but any attempt at depth never lasted more than a paragraph or two. I'm not sure if Ms. Hollis just lost the thread of this piece, or if it unraveled for her as fast as it did for me. Even small touches rang false: For instance, Meg was supposed to have saved the family business back in England and was in contact with her parents several times a day to check on things.... and yet she was devastated by all the changes that had been made while she was gone. You're calling multiple times a day to these parents you're so close to, and they don't clue you in to the fact that the entire atmosphere of their life has changed? Not buyin' it.

I finished the book, but it'll go to the secondhand book shop pretty fast.
September
To me, the mark of a good book (no matter the subject) is whether I'd sit down and enjoy reading it again. This book falls well short of that mark, for several reasons. It had potential: A young horticulture expert is hired by the patriarch of an old Italian family to restore the ancestral gardens. That's a bit of a twist, even though the rest of the storyline was built around the typical "playboy heir" and "English rose" format.

However, there were few compelling elements to the story, and any attempts to make the characters relevant to each other seemed way too contrived to be remotely believable.

First, I never connected -- at any level -- with the two main characters. From the outset, Meg seemed ditzy and shallow. While author Christina Hollis made attempts to give her some substance late, late in the story, the effort seemed like a last-ditch attempt to flesh out a character that didn't have much to work with. As for Gianni... I was really, really disappointed with the way he was introduced. I actually cringed when I realized that the name of the smarmy guy in the Prologue that Meg was swooning over matched the hero's name on the back cover. Seriously. I disliked how this book started so much, I almost put it aside right then and there.

There were occasions when I thought the story was going to become more compelling, but any attempt at depth never lasted more than a paragraph or two. I'm not sure if Ms. Hollis just lost the thread of this piece, or if it unraveled for her as fast as it did for me. Even small touches rang false: For instance, Meg was supposed to have saved the family business back in England and was in contact with her parents several times a day to check on things.... and yet she was devastated by all the changes that had been made while she was gone. You're calling multiple times a day to these parents you're so close to, and they don't clue you in to the fact that the entire atmosphere of their life has changed? Not buyin' it.

I finished the book, but it'll go to the secondhand book shop pretty fast.
Akelevar
Meg's love as a gardner makes nice reading and that was about it. The rest of the character connection is shallow, boring and the mistress thing is lame. For a mega-savvy Count, Gianni is clueless/brain-dead when he is stunned that Meg isn't falling over with gratitude to be his mistress *big whoopie doo doo* Really lame and unrealistic to read of this super-rich guy being bewildered and almost wringing his poor-rich hands how 'unreasonable' Meg because she would rather get out of their relationship than limp along as his background mistress.

And yes, I nearly gagged how stunned Meg is that her parents and family business is doing so well when she is talking to them every single day. Seriously? Written like a school girl but at least it's not an alpha jerk/simpering doormat formula.
Akelevar
Meg's love as a gardner makes nice reading and that was about it. The rest of the character connection is shallow, boring and the mistress thing is lame. For a mega-savvy Count, Gianni is clueless/brain-dead when he is stunned that Meg isn't falling over with gratitude to be his mistress *big whoopie doo doo* Really lame and unrealistic to read of this super-rich guy being bewildered and almost wringing his poor-rich hands how 'unreasonable' Meg because she would rather get out of their relationship than limp along as his background mistress.

And yes, I nearly gagged how stunned Meg is that her parents and family business is doing so well when she is talking to them every single day. Seriously? Written like a school girl but at least it's not an alpha jerk/simpering doormat formula.
Anardred
Nice story. Meg arrives at her new job only to discover the Counte di Castelfino has died and his son is the new count. Meg is there to help the old count with his tropical plants and gardens and help him realise his dreams but Gianni has no interest and wants out with the old and in with the new. Meg really is an english rose and her warm ways help change Gianni for the better.

I liked Meg's career choice, it's not often you have a plant curator as a character and I think the setting worked perfectly to help the two fall in love. I thought the author did a great job of bringing the two together and getting Meg to take the sting out of Gianni's view of life.

Good story which I'd recommend to those who love a bit of conflict but the heroine is just lovely.
Anardred
Nice story. Meg arrives at her new job only to discover the Counte di Castelfino has died and his son is the new count. Meg is there to help the old count with his tropical plants and gardens and help him realise his dreams but Gianni has no interest and wants out with the old and in with the new. Meg really is an english rose and her warm ways help change Gianni for the better.

I liked Meg's career choice, it's not often you have a plant curator as a character and I think the setting worked perfectly to help the two fall in love. I thought the author did a great job of bringing the two together and getting Meg to take the sting out of Gianni's view of life.

Good story which I'd recommend to those who love a bit of conflict but the heroine is just lovely.