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How to Engage an Earl

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 7, 2008

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 29, 2007

    Kathryn Caskie's Best Book Yet

    I've read all and Kathryn Caskie's books and LOVED them each. 'How to Engage an Earl' is the best yet. Caskie continues to come up with wonderfully unique plot twists and creates the most colorful characters. One can't help but like, or even love, her heros and heroines and get totally caught up in their lives. Her knowledge of the time period is outstanding. I can't wait to read the next book in the series and anything else she writes.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    In 1815, reticent and clearly ¿invisible¿ next to her vibrant siblings, Anne Royle sneaks into the bedroom of the Earl of MacLaren Laird Allan in search of letters that will prove she and her sisters have royal connections. MacLaren awakens and immediately assumes the beauty is here for a tryst. As he takes advantage of her seduction, his family charges into the room as if the devil is chasing them. They demand an explanation Anne immediately says they are betrothed as MacLaren begins choking on the felicitations.------------- His family dives into preparing for a wedding while MacLaren tries to figure a way out of this mess and Anne wonders if marriage is the answer to her woes although she plans to break the engagement for his sake. Still MacLaren realizes she was not in his room for a sexual encounter, but remains in the dark what she sought as she refuses to tell him. As he falls in love with her, he wants to marry his enchanting Anne, but she still feels she must free him from his obligation.------------ The second ¿How to ¿¿ Regency romance is a fabulous amusing tale starring two interesting protagonists as Anne makes the attempt to find royal paternal proof while Laird tries to demonstrate the proof that he loves his ¿invisible Royle. His family provides humor as they seem to always get under foot whenever he tries to steal a kiss. Fans will immensely enjoy this fun historical, seek out the previous triplet¿s story (see HOW TO SEDUCE A DUKE) and look forward to the final sister¿s saga (see HOW TO PROPOSE TO A PRINCE).---------- Harriet Klausner

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