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The Water Nymph

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 14, 2008

    I like this novel better than Stargazer

    I like this novel better than the first one. I believe it is cuter than Stargazer. Starting out right away Sophie is dressed as a man and is wearing a fake mustache which is on a mission of its own trying to fall off her face. Crispin chases her through the city trying to figure out why she is there and if she has done the murder. Of course like always The Heroine has no where to go and is helpless. She has to turn to Crispin for help. The love scenes are hot. Once Crispin has caught her he makes her strip naked so she is not concealing anything under her clothing. Talk about embarrassing for her but really hot for Crispin. My favorite scene is when they are at this guy's 'forgive me It's been a while' club/courtesan lair and she is sitting by Crispin and is not suppose to say anything because Crispin has told the guy she is french and cannot speak english. But the guy keeps saying things that make her mad and Crispin is like if you say one word I will kiss you. And she doesn't because she doesn't want anything to do with Crispin. But after they are done and they leave the club and they get to their horses she starts to yell at him and he lays a big wet one on her. Its so cute and saucey at the same time. The ending is really cute to, cause they got this bet going that who ever can solve the murder gets one wish. The wish is something that the other person has to do no matter what the circumstances. This is after Sophie has to strip naked so you can believe she is going to wish for something spiteful for Crispin. It is a very lovely story cute plot and even cuter ending I really enjoyed it.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 14, 2000

    Great Stuff

    I love reading an author's first book and Michele Jaffe's The Stargazer was a real treat. Continuing with the same delicious humor and intrigue are Crispin and Sophie in the Water Nymph. I tore through this sensual mystery and was sad to see it end. Can't wait for the next installment in this family's mystery ridden life, especially if they are all as talented as Crispin.

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