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The Earl of Her Dreams

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    wonderful brisk Regency romantic suspense thriller

    After an afternoon tryst, Christian Black stops at night at the Dragon¿s Tale Inn only to be told by the proprietor that all the rooms are taken. Not wanting to go on, he persuades the owner to allow him to share a room occupied by an orphaned tailor¿s apprentice Mr. Kaden on his way to London to find work. However, Christian, who enjoys solving puzzles, realizes his night¿s roommate is female. Kate Simon fled the odious machinations of her brother Teddy, who wants her fortune and is willing to do anything to gain control of it including a forced disgusting marriage. Christian immediately asks ¿Miss Kaden¿ her real name. Besides hiding from her sibling until she can reach her solicitor, she finds she must hide her desire for her new roommate. Unable to resist assisting the damsel in distress, Christian fails to inform her he is an earl. As they fall in love, a storm strands them and others at the inn with one of the guests being a killer. --- THE EARL OF HER DREAMS is a wonderful brisk Regency romantic suspense thriller with a delightful investigative subplot into the homicide. The story line is fast-paced and filled with action from the moment that Christian challenges Mr. Kaden¿s masculinity and never slows down until Teddy is put in his place. Fans will appreciate this fine historical as the sleuthing augments a fine romance so much so that readers will demand more cases by the newly formed Canley Investigations perhaps with a secondary player Anthony as the lead sleuth. --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 11, 2014

    Ok book

    I found the book dull. The hero and the herione are interesting though. This book is for ppl who like who dunt stories. The whole story takes place in an inn. I felt like i was playing Clue and i don't care why, where, and how!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 25, 2012

    Good

    Enjoyed it

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  • Posted July 9, 2010

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    Christian and Kate! I LOVED IT!!!

    I first started reading Anne Mallory's "What Isabella Desires" and was instantly spellbound by her writing style, plots and amazing seductive characters. Since then I have read all of her romances and find myself reading them over and over again! I loved this book immensely and found the characters, Christian, an adonis with with a remarkable personality and entirely seductive; while I found Kate to be a stubborn sweetheart with also a seductive innocence. I truly loved the "murder" plot and how it brought the two of them together. I look forward to any new romances from Anne Mallory in the future! I recommend this book and all of her's to the highest degree!!

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  • Posted May 6, 2010

    Weak Plot and Characterization

    This book took time for me to get into...the plot seems weak and the characters aren't that believable. I'm a bit disappointed in this Anne Mallory novel, but it is readable and fairly enjoyable. I expected more depth and couldn't connect to the characters very well. I am kind of bored of "My father hated me because my mother died in childbirth..."
    I didn't feel the sympathy.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 17, 2009

    Very entertaining - romance, comedy, offbeat

    Great book. Thoroughly enjoyed reading this book. You really don't want to put it down. Perfect for a rainy day.

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