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The Lady Chosen (Bastion Club Series)

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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2013

    Great story.

    Very entertaining. I thoroughly enjoyed reading this book.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun Cynster clone

    In 1815, seven former ¿government¿ workers know that the adventure is over while mourning those of their comrades who have fallen during the victorious war against Napoleon. The magnificent seven sneak out of some boring event hosted by the unpopular Prinny and end up meeting at a tavern where they agree to form the Bastion Club, a kind of private place for retired aristocratic secret agents. <P>Tristan Wemyss oversees the renovations to 12 Montrose Place that the colleagues plan to turn into their club. Neighbor Leonore Carling believes that Tristan must be the villain trying to force her and her family out of 12 Montrose. He catches her snooping and she realizes he is not the guilty party. Intrigued by Leonore, he joins her investigation into uncovering the culprit harassing her and her family. As they share a passionate affair, she rejects his proposal as she only will marry for love, but doubts he feels like she does. <P>With the Cynsters barred from new romance novels, Stephanie Laurens begins a new series with the members of the Bastion Club. The lead couple of the first tale (of seven?) is an exciting duet whose romance and adventure will be appreciated by Regency readers. Die-hard fans of the Cynster tales will especially feel ¿Welcome¿ as Tristan could easily have been a Cynster or at least a clone since he shares many of their traits. <P>Harriet Klausner

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