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Love and the Single Heiress

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  • Anonymous

    Posted September 13, 2004

    Excellent read!

    Catherine Ashfield, Viscountess Bickley, is a widow just out of mourning. When a close friend asked her, Lady Catherine was only too happy to assist with the publication of 'A Ladies' Guide'. She saw it as a quiet way to get a bit of revenge on a society which had turned its cruel back on her son, Spencer, due to his club foot. It was published under the name Charles Brightmore. Soon it seems as though every female has a copy of the scandalous book and the men are NOT happy at the changes in their women. But Lady Catherine never dreamed her involvement could put her life in jeopardy and force her to flee London in the company of a disarmingly attractive protector. ....................................... Andrew Stanton knew Catherine was hiding something from him, but playing the role of protector and friend helps him keep her close by. Andrew has no noble lineage. He is the best friend of Catherine's brother, but wishes only to court Catherine now that she is FINALLY out of mourning. But Catherine's marriage had been far from happy and she is determined never to remarry. Worse yet, she seemed to live by the crazy book that has all of town abuzz. Andrew is determined to subtly court her while playing his guardian role. And not only has Catherine captured his heart, but her twelve-year-old son has too. ..................................... ***** Chalk up another best seller from renowned author Jacquie D'Alessandro! This author has yet to disappoint me in her enthralling romances! In fact, she seems to get better and better with every title she publishes. Every time I believe she can get no better, she proves me wrong. Highly recommended! *****

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    A charmer

    The male members of the Ton are outraged by the impact of the scandalous ¿A Ladies Guide to the Pursuit of Personal Happiness and Marital Fulfillment by some traitor calling himself Charles Brightmore. Wives are literally jumping the bones of their stunned husbands, who feel that the women need to display more decorum so that they can play with their mistresses instead. Feeling civilization is in peril of collapse, several lords hire Andrew Starter to uncover the identity of this rogue; some even go so far as threaten to kill the scoundrel........................ Andrew has been in love with wealthy widow Catherine Ashfield long before she even married, but did nothing because of their respective stations. He has decided to pursue the merry widow with a passion that he does not feel in his inquiries into who is Brightmore. As he begins to court his beloved, he also gets closer to finding Brightmore not realizing yet that if he identifies the author he places his Catherine in peril from the angry male aristocracy............................ This tongue in cheek Regency amateur sleuth romance is a strong tale due to the lead couple. Catherine has no plans to marry again while Andrew has made it goal in life to wed her. The reaction of the Ton to the self help book is amusing as the men are outraged and the women are assertive taking what they now feel is their right. Jacquie D¿Alessandro provides a fine tale that sort of stands Lysistrata on its head........................ Harriet Klausner

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 9, 2012

    So romantic!

    I loved this book and have half a mind to start reading it all over again. Romantic and funny, just the right book to help me escape my life for a few hours.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 4, 2009

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    Loved!

    I love anything by Jacquie D. and this book was no exception. The relationship between the two main characters is great to read about as it develops. Andrews secret love for Catherine was so sweet to read about. The only issues I had were with Catherine's issues regarding marriage. But other than that it was an all around great read!

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