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  • Posted May 5, 2010

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    another wild fun nineteenth century romp

    In London for her eighth season, Lady Jane Parker-Roth is assumed to be on the shelf. When she enters her rented townhouse from the estate of the late Clarence Widmore, she sees an intruder. Rather than flight, Jane chooses fight, swinging a candlestick at the man holding her. She misses him but knocks over a statue of Pan as Viscount Edmund Smyth kisses her.

    Edmund has broken into the townhouse rented by Jane and her mom in search of a paper that could cause some nasty problems if revealed. They stop fighting the moment the statue smashed as each sees the unusual partial caricature. Jane insists on joining him on his quest to locate other statues of Pans to complete the drawing. As they search for clues, they begin to fall in love; but remain unaware that their findings lead them closer to identifying the head of the hellfire club, which means brutal deaths.

    The latest "Naked" historical romance (see . Baron, Duke, Earl, Gentleman, etc.) is another wild fun nineteenth century romp that in spite of the obvious time and place feels like a 1930s screwball comedy. Fast-paced and filled with action, readers will relish the escapades and sassy flirtatious yet witty dialogue between the lead couple as Jane joins Edmund on what was his adventure, but now is their quest. Sally Mackenzie continues to lay bare some of the more intelligent amusing historicals on the market today.

    Harriet Klausner

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  • Posted December 15, 2012

    Witty good fun

    The whole story reads like a British Comedy of Errors! Lots of fun. Great chemistry between the hero and saucy heroine!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 25, 2012

    Great Series

    This is an awesome series. The books can be read alone but the characters are all intertwined. Fun Fun Fun read.

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  • Posted August 10, 2010

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    I Loved this Book!

    This is the first Sally MacKenzie novel I have read, but certainly it will not be my last. I am going to start from the beginning of the series and I look forward to reading them all. This book was sexy hot, romantic, and mysterious all wrapped into one. Truly liked Jane and Viscount Motton's character development and the trip MacKenzie takes the reader on in solving Uncle Clarence's "Pan" mystery. Bravo.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 17, 2010

    Trashy

    Too much sex, too little plot, ridiculous.

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  • Posted July 12, 2010

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    In love with the Naked Novels

    I have read every since 'Naked' novel from Sally MacKenzie and have enjoy every single one. This one is no exception, she has a way of making sure you keep reading to want to find out how it all plays out in the end. The passion, love, drama and personality within the characters in this book kept me wishing the book would not end. But when it did, it didn't not disappoint.

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  • Posted July 1, 2010

    Better than what I thought

    I was a huge fan with the Naked Earl, the Naked Duke, and even the Naked Marquise, but fell out of sorts with the Naked Gentleman, as I didn't like it at all. I gave this one a shot, and it was pretty good. The plot was fun and exciting, the Viscount wonderful and charming. The girl, Jane, there were times I just wanted to smack her, but wound up being intelligent when needed to do so. The part that got to me was the whole "You need my help," "No I don't," "Yes you do," back and forth EVERY time they went out searching again. It got on my nerves. The other thing that got me confused was the time line. This was supposed to happened BEFORE the Naked Gentleman. Wish she put some time dates in the beginning of the book. But there is a timeline at the end. I am actually finding myself looking forward to the Naked King.

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