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The Naked Earl

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

amusing nineteenth century romantic romp

Sleeping naked and alone at the Tynweith house party, Earl Robert Hamilton was awakened when two large naked breasts hovered over his nose. Instantly realizing what Lady Felicity Brookton had in mind as she prepared to scream, he jumps out the window. He climbs throug...
Sleeping naked and alone at the Tynweith house party, Earl Robert Hamilton was awakened when two large naked breasts hovered over his nose. Instantly realizing what Lady Felicity Brookton had in mind as she prepared to scream, he jumps out the window. He climbs through another bedroom window that of Lady Elizabeth Runyon, who is a bit tipsy and naked too while admitting to him she loves him. --- Though troubled by jumping from the fire into the frying pan, Robbie thinks that Elizabeth is desirable. As he considers how to convince him they belong together, he finds himself drooling over his vision of her naked boobs. While Felicity plots, Robert and Elizabeth fall in love, but is a naked encounter enough for a permanent relationship. --- As with THE NAKED DUKE, THE NAKED EARL is an amusing nineteenth century romantic romp that readers will relish. The story line strips away all pretenses of the Ton as the lead couple matches up quite nicely in and out of the boudoir. Historical romance fans will appreciate the fun frolics of the naked lady and her naked gentleman while seeking previous series tales (see THE NAKED DUKE and THE NAKED MARQUIS). --- Harriet Klausner

posted by harstan on December 9, 2008

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1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

Worst Historical Romance I've ever Read

the characters were weak, lifeless, and pathetic. The Earl traumatized from teasing 10 years earlier is unable to have sex so refuses to offer for his true love...please, a 28 year old, supposedly handsome, charming, and wealthy Earl who has had sex twice in his life be...
the characters were weak, lifeless, and pathetic. The Earl traumatized from teasing 10 years earlier is unable to have sex so refuses to offer for his true love...please, a 28 year old, supposedly handsome, charming, and wealthy Earl who has had sex twice in his life because someone teased him about his little noodle! If I had to hear about his poor limp noodle one more time I was going to be physically ill myself! Can't perform yet all the ladies are trying to trap him into marriage. There are even whispers that he prefers men. Definately not my kind of leading man! What a wooos!

posted by ctgass on January 19, 2011

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    amusing nineteenth century romantic romp

    Sleeping naked and alone at the Tynweith house party, Earl Robert Hamilton was awakened when two large naked breasts hovered over his nose. Instantly realizing what Lady Felicity Brookton had in mind as she prepared to scream, he jumps out the window. He climbs through another bedroom window that of Lady Elizabeth Runyon, who is a bit tipsy and naked too while admitting to him she loves him. --- Though troubled by jumping from the fire into the frying pan, Robbie thinks that Elizabeth is desirable. As he considers how to convince him they belong together, he finds himself drooling over his vision of her naked boobs. While Felicity plots, Robert and Elizabeth fall in love, but is a naked encounter enough for a permanent relationship. --- As with THE NAKED DUKE, THE NAKED EARL is an amusing nineteenth century romantic romp that readers will relish. The story line strips away all pretenses of the Ton as the lead couple matches up quite nicely in and out of the boudoir. Historical romance fans will appreciate the fun frolics of the naked lady and her naked gentleman while seeking previous series tales (see THE NAKED DUKE and THE NAKED MARQUIS). --- Harriet Klausner

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