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Never Resist Temptation

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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 11, 2012

    Fun and charming

    Great story. I liked the mystery. Jacobin is awonderful and strong female lead.

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  • Posted April 28, 2009

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    You Can't Resist Miranda Neville

    What a joy it is to find another writer who introduces us to smart women and men. Miranda's characters don't spend a lot of time asking themselves the same questions over and over - they recognize their own failings and strengths and use them intelligently. Ms. Neville also helps us live the fantasy of finding the perfect mate. You will feel tension, laugh, shake you head, and enjoy every page.

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  • Posted January 21, 2009

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    This is a fun Regency romantic suspense

    In 1816 London, Anthony the Earl of Storrington wants to court Lord Candover¿s niece, Jacobin de Chastelux, over the objection of his dying father who loathes her uncle. However, Jacobin is not interested in his suit in spite of his being the catch of the season. Instead she runs from her home masquerading as Jacob Leon.<BR/><BR/>When hooligans assault Jacob, Anthony rescues him. Though he is a bit perturbed that he finds the lad attractive, he hires Jacob to serve on his staff as a pastry chef. When someone tries to kill Candover using poison in his food the evidence points towards Jacobin as the culprit. She, as a male, begins to investigate in an amateurish attempt to expose the culprit, but soon finds Anthony helping him, make that her.<BR/><BR/>This is a fun Regency romantic suspense starring a likable delightful duo. The debates between Anthony and Jacobin-Jacob are fun to follow as he begins to see the similarity in his-her pattern. Although happenchance allowed Anthony to be in the right place at the right time to rescue Jacob, fans will not care as they began to fall in love when she was his male chef.<BR/><BR/>Harriet Klausner

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