Book 1, Regency Noblemen
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"One of the finest and most delightful writers in romance." –Mary Jo Putney
A charming, traditional Regency romance from New York Times bestselling author, Loretta Chase!
“What's gotten into you, dashing about to make a man's poor, tired head spin?... Oh, all right. I'll chase you if you like." He started to get up, changed his mind, and slumped back against the pillow. "Only it's such a bother."
Catherine Pelliston has just escaped a forced marriage to an obnoxious friend of her unreliable father; and now she's truly in the soup; kidnapped and helpless in a London brothel! And though she's been rescued by the very inebriated Max Demowery, Viscount Rand, she may be in even greater danger of falling in love with the shockingly outrageous, scandalously improper Viscount Vagabond!
From Publishers Weekly
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Not very good
This book was written in such a way that it was very confusing right from the beginning. I can not even express what I'm trying to say except this book was written with so many extra words that I could read every 3rd word or so to understand what was going on. There was no depth of feeling or emotion and it is "G" rated, no love scenes.
I thoroughly loved this book! The author was able to portray each character by putting me inside the person of each one. I felt i knew each one. The lover of historical romance will not want to put this book down. There's humor, mystery, romance and a happy ending. All things I enjoy in a book. I highly recommend it.
Potential to be good
The book had potential to be a good story but it fell a but flat. Was excited to read it from the preview given but it took a long time to get to the point and honestly there was no romance or love between the two until the very end if that. When I read a romance, I wand to be able to read about romance! Experience it through the characters eyes, feel what they are. But here is was very dry. The main characters were almost like strangers the majority of the book. It was also very wordy, maybe to add length to it? But all in all it was okay to curb the extreme boredom and could have been a good book. However, I don't think I'll be reading any more from this author.