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Two Little Lies

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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 21, 2014

    Very good

    Could not put it down.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted December 2, 2013

    This was a real tearjerker for me. The last few chapters are ver

    This was a real tearjerker for me. The last few chapters are very moving. Definitely recommend.

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  • Posted October 11, 2010

    good reading book

    it took me 4 hour to read this book i can't put it down

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  • Posted April 12, 2009

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    Keep reading to get to know the characters!

    Really nice follow-up to the first in the series, One Little Sin. Quin was a little hard to like at first, but you understand him more, little by little, and by the end of the book I was fully on board. Vivianna was a compelling character with an intense back story that I loved discovering. Well-crafted story, can't wait to finish the series with Three Little Secrets.

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  • Posted November 29, 2008

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    Opera Singer Spurns English Gentleman

    Two Little Lies is Quin and Viviana's story. It is a beautiful story that involves intrigue, misunderstandings, and a very explosive passion. Nine years ago, Viviana ended their relationship by fleeing the country. Quin was devastated, but he didn't know that Viviana hid a life-changing secret when she left. <BR/><BR/>Now Viviana is back in England and Quin is engaged to be married. When Quin's engagement is broken, will Quin and Viviana be able to get past all of the hurt and misunderstandings that stand between them? <BR/><BR/>I spent a lot of time wondering if Quin and Viviana would reconcile their past. It was well worth the wait to see how the story ended. All of the emotions in the story felt real. It was a great read and I would recommend it to anyone looking for a nice, heartwarming story!

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    fun ┬┐Little┬┐ historical romance

    Because his pal Sir Alasdair MacLachan cuckolded a blacksmith (see ONE LITTLE SIN), Quin Hewitt finds himself fleeing along with his friend and his buddy¿s brother Merrick. They duck into a fortune teller¿s tent. The Gypsy informs the three hell raisers that their wicked past is catching up to them. Only Quin seems shaken by the prognostication as he thinks of his former mistress Viviana Alessandri, whom he once desired but rejected as being beneath his station as he is the heir to an earldom. --- His carefree days end when his father suddenly dies leaving Quin responsible for the family estate and a weeping mother, who is driving him crazy. He decides he needs a spouse, a sensible logical woman who can take care of his mother and the servants. Suddenly his mother has stopped the crying binge becoming euphoric with the prospect of grandchildren so she throws a bash. Opera star Contessa Viviana Bergonzi di Vicenza, his former lover, attends. He still desires her and she has never stopped loving him nor has she forgiving him. However she remains beneath what he requires of a wife while she has children to care for love does not seem to matter. --- The second ¿Little¿ historical romance is an amusing tale that stars two wonderful lead characters who love each other, but he rejects her twice as being unsuitable for marriage. Quin is a rogue struggling with becoming Mr. Dependable while the reappearance of his Vivie makes that role even that much more difficult as he still desires her even as he wonders who sired the oldest of her children. Fans will enjoy this fine 1830 tale while waiting for Merrick to get his comeuppance as the third ¿little: hedonist. --- Harriet Klausner

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