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Bedding the Heiress (Cameron Sisters Series #4)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 26, 2012

    Just discovered Maxwell and Can't put her books down

    Cameron Books 1 & 2 are good but From #3 on this series rocks. The Last book #5 connects right into the Scandalous Series. In less than two weeks I have read 9 of her books. Maybe it is just me searching for mindless oblivion but I love her books. Very little stress or turmoil in my opinion. I am on Book #3 of of the Scandals & Seductions Series. Reminds me a lot of Johanna Lindsay's early stuff.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A delightful charmer

    In 1807 Phillip Maddox gives up his claim to being a duke to his recently discovered older twin Justin, who was snatched as an infant and raised as a blacksmith. Phillip is comfortable with doing the honorable thing, but Justin is not as he is a Scot not an Englishman. One thing he does is hide the ¿Sword of the Mackenna¿ that in either the wrong English or Scottish hands would mean war.---------------------- Heiress Francesca Dunroy enjoyed the attention of rake Lord Penthorpe following a sheltered life in which her mother died two years ago and her father instantly remarried a woman younger than her. However, she realized Penthorpe is no good as he stole her mom¿s necklace and is blackmailing her for its return.-------------- Phillip accepts an invitation to the Dunroy party as a minor first appearance for his brother as the duke. Because Justin will be there, the small party becomes the event of the season. Justin hates the gala so he hides in the library only to have Francesca arrive. He kisses her just before Penthorpe comes to demand Francesca give him 1000 pounds if she wants her necklace back. Justin wants Francesca but assumes she is Penthorpe¿s mistress besides he distrusts females after the betrayal of his ex-wife. As he becomes entangled in Francesca¿s affairs they fall in love until his Scottish past arrives with a vengeance.---------------------- Justin is a fresh character struggling between his old world and his new while his beloved Francesca is an out of control heiress who tries to protect her reputation only making it worst with every bold breech of etiquette she manages to break. The support cast is solid as they bring out the best and worst of the era. Though there is much less action involving the potential Scottish rebellion than in Phillips¿ tale (see In the Bed of a Duke) Regency fans will appreciate the anointing of the new Duke.-------------- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 13, 2013

    Great

    This was an awesome one

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