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For the Earl's Pleasure

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  • Posted August 24, 2010

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    Something Different and Exciting!

    Both Valerian and Abigail were the best of friends when they were growing up until the death of Valerian's brother Thorne. Valerian became the heir and hence had to give up his childhood "friend". Over the years they had grown to different social circles and became bitter enemies in the view of the ton. However, Valerian and Abigail are once again brought together to save Valerian's life in a paranormal type situation. I loved the characters and the intrigue. I couldn't wait until the ending!

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  • Posted June 20, 2009

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    This is a terrific paranormal historical romance

    Abigail Smart and Valerian "Raine" Danford were best friends as children, but social status separated them as he is heir to a duchy and she is the daughter of a merchant. Besides her paranormal "gift" makes her more unacceptable even as a companion. Her family thinks she is crazy and at times they feel she needed special treatments. Whenever they caught her talking to herself, they sent her to institutions; no one believed she talked with ghosts as it was easier to accept she was insane.

    After her latest release, Abigail meets Raine. They want each other, bur she believes he is a rake who would never accept her gift and he shows with his eyes he desires her, but knows she is unacceptable beyond a fling. When he is attacked and knocked out, Raine somehow communicates with Abigail. As he remains comatose for several days, they begin to fall in love. However, though he plans to ignore family obligations that insist he marry acceptable Celeste; Raine knows when he returns to the living, he must confront his enemies while pretending not to care for the woman he loves though that will hurt her in order to keep her safe.

    This is a terrific paranormal historical romance starring a unique lead female and a more typical male. The story line is fast-paced from the onset as Raine agrees with Abigail's family that she is bedlam material and accelerates as they fall in love on an astral plane. Fans will enjoy Anne Mallory's engaging numinous Regency romantic suspense.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted April 21, 2010

    I loved this book!!

    I don't know why it is getting bad reviews. I loved this book. I is original and was a fun read.

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    Posted November 8, 2010

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