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A Tale of Two Lovers (Writing Girl Series #2)

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  • Posted June 12, 2011

    Recommended fun

    The widow Lady Somerset is the "Lady of Distinction," the woman behind a prominent gossip column. And when she reports that Lord Roxbury was seen in an inappropriate embrace with a man at the same time his father decides to cut him off unless he marries with in the next month, the sexual tension between between the two begins. Neither character is perfect but they are both genuine. Lord Roxbury is a rake but kind. Lady Somerset is a gossip but her column is a way she discovered to survive financially after her husband's death. It was a fun quick read and though a second book in a series, this reviewer hadn't read the first and did not feel lost, but I think I might now track down a copy of the first and I look forward to the next book.

    4 out of 4 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted May 24, 2011

    RATING:4.5! A GREAT HISTORICAL ROMANCE WITH A TWIST! A TALE OF TWO LOVERS BY MAYA RODALE....

    A TALE OF TWO LOVERS by Maya Rodale is an exciting historical romance set in 1823 London,England.It is the second in the "Writing Girl" series,but can be read as a stand alone.Book One," A Groom of One's Own". This is a fast paced,page turning story of misunderstandings, scandalous information,love,forgiveness,healing,romance,and love.
    When gossip columnist,Julianna,Lady Somerset, stumbles upon a taboo breaking affair,or so it appears,involving the rakish, handsome, sexy,rakish Lord Roxbury,who by the way has bedded nearly all the woman in London,or so it is reported.She causes quiet the scandalous uproar and lands in extremely hot water with the dashing Lord Roxbury.Not only has she ruin Roxbury's stellar reputation but also his chances of marriage withing the month or lose his inheritance. Roxbury is furious with the lovely, alluring, Julianna,Lady Somerset,as well he should be.So Lord Roxbury decides to return the favor and ruin her reputation also.What follows is together they must try to savage their reputations.Julianna,once married to another rakish bounder,who dies in an scandalous way,vows never to marry again,so as not to be hurt again.But the devilish,handsome Lord Roxbury vows to make her pay for his misfortunes even if that involves marriage. And in the meantime Julianna is trying to find the location of her nemesis,The Man About Town.While both Julianna and Roxbury protests marriage they realize they must both survive.While tongues continue to wag,they learn to trust,heal,for forgiveness, passion and love.But a misunderstanding could tear them apart again...This is a wonderful historical romance with wit,and romance that will keep you turning the pages from the beginning to the end.A great read.This book was received for the purpose of review from the publisher and details can be found at Avon,an imprint of Harper Collins Publishers and My Book Addiction Reviews.

    2 out of 2 people found this review helpful.

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  • Posted June 16, 2013

    Great romance!

    Bought 3 of this authors books, they were soo good. Cannot wait for the 4th one!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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