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Let Sleeping Rogues Lie (School for Heiresses Series #4)

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  • Posted October 24, 2011

    Steamy and totally worth the buy!!

    Headline says it all :)

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  • Posted February 16, 2010

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    Below Par

    I really could care less about this book or this story. It was dull as all get out! Madeline was annoying and Anthony had nothing to make him stand out. Booo

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Madeline Prescott is upset that her beloved father has become the laughing stock of the medical profession because he believes the use of nitrous oxide will relieve some of the pain of surgery. His daughter seeks a reputable scientist to prove her dad is correct. To achieve her goal she accepts a teaching position at Mrs. Harris's School for Young Ladies.------- She also is realistic enough to know that society will ignore her as a mere female so she needs male assistance to achieve her objective. She asks Lord Anthony Dalton for his help he agrees as he is fascinated by the female ¿scientist¿. Madeline persuades Mrs. Harris to allow Anthony to teach a session on how to avoid a rake, but although she audits the class, she flunks as she is unscientifically attracted to him. To his amazement he reciprocates her feelings.------- The School for Heiresses Regencies are consistently some of the best historicals on the market today (see ONLY A DUKE WILL DO and NEVER SEDUCE A SCOUNDREL). Although in many ways the lead couples are similar, Sabrina Jeffries finds a way to refresh them for instance in this case the medical science angle. Thus readers obtain an entertaining battle of the sexes between a pleasure loving huggable male and a scientific minded beautiful woman.------------ Harriet Klausner

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