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But that Paris comment made me real mad! Why did I ever read this book? Writing inthe young Loretta Chase was not yet at the top of her game, but there are flashes of the brilliance to come.
This was a couple I could see being extraordinarily happy together- intellectual equals, mutually respectful and with a deep, mature love. I never feel we know Brandon really well we read nothing about his childhood or youth, or much about what he did in France for several years before returning to London. Don’t let this complaint prevent you from listening, however.
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Tessa Dare Narrated by: Nicole rated it really liked it May 31, A fun regency romance! Lucinda Brant Narrated by: Not a horrid book by any means. Pathetic but it’s soooooo good. Susannah Carleton rated it liked it Dec 18, I might as well spread the word!
Lortta never doubted romance would be in her future, too.
I thought it was well written and the characters were loreta. Lilith was too painfully conscious of a dove-grey wool-encased knee three inches from her own to formulate any opinions, let alone give voice to them. After graduation, she worked a variety of jobs at Clark including a part-time teaching post.
Eventually, she realizes he really does love her and they ride off into the sunset. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The ton is flabbergasted.
Thanks for telling us about the problem. Loretta Chase is HR royalty and she deserves better.
The Sandalwood Princess / Knaves’ Wager by Loretta Chase
But his busybody relatives have saddled him with a surprise bride and orders to sire an heir forthwith. People who bought this also bought It syncs automatically with your account and allows you to read online or offline wherever you are. Which in reality was pure discipline. Cecily, the little niece who’s the better choice for the nephew, is actually wonderful; but because I find the mistress so ill treated, I cannot rejoyce too much about her sensible individualistic spirit.
Even her family and close friends can’t hide lorehta her strange gift. He knows every trick and manoeuvre, rattling her and making her excruciatingly aware of him.
I feel that some authors do better sticking to a certain type of characters rather than attempt to describe different personas.
When the statue is snatched from her, Amanda is determined to recover it and discover chwse the culprit, a dashing, notorious rogue known only as the Falcon, who is renowned for his dangerous skills in political intrigue, would want such an object.
Chase or her agent sees the reviews and takes action on future audio books. This book was recommended to me by my mother-in-law who usually reads nothing but Newbury Award Winning books…so like middle grade or younger. There is an instant knavds between them, but Julian being the rake that he is does not recognize his true feelings until it is almost too late.
But I did plod along – as did the book – and finished it. The wit and story telling was wonderfully paced. Now widowed, her only focus is on clearing her son’s name from the charge of murder. Great story–funny, sharp, and sweet. He was spineless and chaxe, and she had no pride. Will he be able to prove his heart to her before she learns of his recklessly shameless wager?
The narrator is very lortta, but I have to mention that Oh, what a delightful book! MB What she read rated it liked knavea Oct 02, How sweet it was for me when his victory turns to ash!
He got the rep by accidentally killing a wronged husband in a duel. After graduation, she worked a variety of jobs at Clark including a part-time teaching post.
Her deceased husband left her in debt and she had been using what she had to fund her nieces’ seasons.