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  • Anonymous

    Posted June 23, 2013

    good story

    I always enjoy this author. She writes very well and makes each romance edtertaining.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Great Regency

    Known as a Corinthian, Lucien Hammond enjoys betting with his fellow depraved aristocrats, but loathes asking his mother to advance him money when he loses. Luke does not understand why his deceased father failed to give financial control of the estate to him. Luke¿s mother is at the end of her rope with the constant need to pay off her sons¿ bets. Her financial manager, Jane Douglas tells her she should test Luke by allowing him to run his finances for one month. If he successfully manages his money, she should give him full control of his inheritance. Luke¿s mother agrees with the stipulation that Jane be his fiscal advisor. <P>After recovering from the shock of learning he has a female business advisor, Luke finds himself heeding Jane¿s advice. He wonders what is wrong with him that he should listen to a mere female. He begins to fall in love with Jane, who has loved him from the first day his mother introduced her to Luke. Even though he cares for Jane, he cannot avoid betting, especially with his rival Sir Rodney Moncton. If he is not careful, Luke will find he made one wager too many and it will cost him Jane. <P>After too long an absence from writing, Elizabeth Mansfield returns to the regency sub-genre with a tale that is her best to date. The story line may stay within normal genre lines but it has a captivating plot that brings the era to life. Jane is an atypical woman of the era as she excels at math and supports herself and her self-indulgent mother and sister. Readers who enjoy a fun loving historical novel will want to read MISCALULATIONS because the entertaining tale is very appealing. <P>Harriet Klausner

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