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Posted April 23, 2004
I would definitely recommend this book
I love short story romance and especially historical stories. These stories were definitely entertaining, and were tied together beautifully, and they had very exciting plots. Each story was wonderfully exciting and I hated to see them end.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 20, 2004
This is a reissue from several years ago. I discovered Stephanie Laurens by reading this and am anxiously waiting her next book. The stories in this anthology are very good but not new to 2004.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted April 17, 2004
fine nineteenth century historical romances
¿The Lady and the Tiger¿ by Christina Dodd. In 1813, Laura Haver obsesses over who killed her brother, first secretary to Lord Keith Leighton. Clues take her to a smuggler¿s cove where she poses as Keith¿s wife not knowing that her ¿husband¿ is there seeking the identity of who murdered his employee.<P> ¿Melting Ice¿ by Stephanie Laurens. After a decade in India, Dyan St. Laurent Dare comes home when his brother died making him a duke and quickly wants Lady Fiona Winston-Ryder as his wife because he loves her. A debauched gala gives him the opportunity to serve as her gallant rescuer and hopefully forever lover.<P> ¿Wedding Knight¿ by Celeste Bradley. In 1813 Alfred Knight avoids scandal so no one can point the finger that he is just like his mother, which leads to his agreeing to wed Betina Trapp who wants nothing to do with him. Betina persuades her twin Kitty to take her place temporarily as Alfred¿s fiancée. Kitty falls in love but she fears he will drop her once the subsequent scandal erupts that the switch will cause.<P> ¿Proposition¿ by Leslie LaFoy. In 1877 Lord Rennick St. James knows that the clock is ticking against him as the woman he always loved Julia Hamilton is engaged to someone else. Just back in England, he has four days to seduce the widow into marrying him or face cold self imposed exile again.<P> These four nineteenth century historical romances are fine novellas that fans will appreciate because the lead couple in each case seems genuine as they star in a scandalous fun frolic.<P> Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.