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The Impostor (Liar's Club Series #2)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 12, 2006

    Fabulous Love Story...

    Dalton and Clara were great together and the plot was interesting to the last page. Dalton was so in love with Clara, which is also apparent in Marcus's story when Julia pays Clara a visit. Although Clara was a wonderful, intelligent heroine, I don't think she shines as well in the other novels in which she appears. She comes across as rather meek, in my opinion, when she is really the opposite. Also, the addition of James Cunnington here is a great treat. He's such a wonderful hero in his own right (his book is awesome)and I'm glad he was incorporated into this book as a major player.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Quite a good romance

    In 1813 Liar¿s Club agent Dalton Montgomery pretends to be a dandy as he poses as popular satirical cartoonist Sir Thorogood. Dalton wants to expose the real artist whose works scorn the country¿s aristocracy especially the leaders, drawing caricatures that make them look inane. Clara Simpson takes exception with Dalton masquerading as the popular Sir Thorogood since she knows that she is the genuine article.<P> Clara decides to ¿expose¿ the impostor by trapping him into displaying his talent. She follows him everywhere and he believes she¿s a lovesick fruitcake. As Dalton doubts the assignment as being overkill, he begins to fall in love with his shadow. However, he remains unaware that if he unmasks Sir Thorogood he will jeopardize his talented beloved.<P> THE IMPOSTOR is a fun action packed romantic suspense with agent vs. amateur counter agent as the prime plot. The battle to expose one another takes the audience on a wild ride as each one trumps the other though Dalton is ignorant that it is Clara he is chasing (in love too). Celeste Bradley pens a charming Regency tale that will prove to fans that this author is the real thing.<P> Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 1, 2012

    A good book

    At the beginning of the book when Clara and Dalton meet I was a little annoyed by them. But as the book goes on and you get to know them better I started to like them more. Dalton was a minor character in another book and I liked him so it was nice to see him get his own book. I really started to get interested in the book once you find out that there has been a kill order put out for Clara. A good book overall and worth reading more than once.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 27, 2012

    Really great book, can;t wait for the rest of the series,

    Fast moving action great romance angle.

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  • Posted March 23, 2012

    Highly recommend.

    Another in the Liar's Club series. Loved it and the others.

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