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Her Officer and Gentleman

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    terrific Just Ask Reeves Regency romance

    Former highwayman Viscount Christian Llevanth, Viscount Westerville needs to know who claimed his late mother was a traitor, as those lies led to her incarceration and death. Christian lives for revenge and believes his target should be the Duke of Massingale. --- He sets his plan in motion starting with gaining access into the Massingale home by courting his enemy¿s granddaughter, Lady Elizabeth. However, she is nothing like he expected from a descendent of a duke. Instead Lady Elizabeth uses a fake stutter to keep beaus away as she has no plans to ever marry. Westerville ignores her efforts to cool his ardor as he reminds himself of his mother¿s plight caused he firmly believes by her grandfather. Still he finds Lady Elizabeth exciting and feeling like a traitor because he desires her. She persuades him to tell the truth and soon they begin a search for what happened to his mother while journeying on a path of love encouraged by the matchmaking butler Reeves. --- HER OFFICER AND GENTLEMAN is a terrific Just Ask Reeves Regency romance that sub-genre fans will fully appreciate. The amateur sleuth story line is filled with twists and turns including a fabulous final spin. The lead couple is a delightful pairing as he feels like he is betraying his deceased mother while she ponders whether her values are meaningful all because of love. Reeves is Reeves as fans of Karen Hawkins will understand (see HER MASTER AND COMMANDER). --- Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted February 22, 2013

    you can always count on Karen Hawkins for a good story

    excellent story

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 11, 2006

    Enjoyable and enchanting

    I must say, this was my first Karen Hawkins novel and I truly enjoyed it. It was a good story and keeps you entertained. Reeves, the butler was priceless. His wit and sense of humor compliments Christian well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted January 21, 2007

    Great read!

    Loved the story and the hero and heroine!

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