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Posted March 15, 2005
Daphne Pembroke's name may sound fluffy, but she's the brains of this book, in a time when women were thought to be flutter witted. When her brother is abducted by men who think he is the one with the brains to translate hieroglyphics, she needs more than her mind to rescue him, she needs muscle. That's where Rupert Carrington comes in after she bails him out of jail. Together, the winsom widow and the rogue set off to save her brother from thieves, but find adventure and romance getting in their way. However, what could have been a fascinating book seems rather bogged down with cumbersomely delivered details that only slow the pace rather than adding depth.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted March 13, 2014
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