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  • Anonymous

    Posted April 27, 2007

    Tense and exciting!

    I know I can always count on Liz Carlyle for LOTS of sexual tension but nice and satisfying, ahem, resolutions. Great, exciting read. Can't wait to read her more recent stuff!

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 28, 2012

    Not as good as some others by Liz Carlyle

    This book was tuff! I kept falling aslep reading it. Roo many run on pages with obsessing over thoighrts, worries and fears. Didnt even like the relationship between leading couple.. pass on this one.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 16, 2009

    Liz Carlyle take me away

    I just love books that follow one another. Where the other characters appear later. Very well written. It takes me back to another time to see how relationships were.

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  • Posted December 9, 2008

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    Excellent Regency romance

    His Uncle Lord James Rowland demands that Captain Cole Amherst spy on his ¿cousin¿, Jonet Rowland, who is the widow of his brother. Cole says no, but he agrees to tutor the two children for a few months while on military leave. Cole does not care what James wants. However, Cole feels a bit guilty due to his failure to keep abreast of the children¿ health and safety. His parents died when he was young, making it Cole¿s obligation to insure that the children are safe. Adding to his fears is that their father died from poison and their mother, the scorn of the Ton, remains the prime suspect. <P>With his credentials, Jonet has no choice but to hire Cole as a tutor even though neither trusts the other. As danger towards the children mount, Jonet and Cole protect their charges, start to know one another, and fall in love. However, he is a deeply religious and highly moral person while she flaunts her ¿young lover¿ in front of her children. <P>A WOMAN SCORNED is an interesting, well-written Regency romantic intrigue that will excite the audience and make them seek other works from Liz Carlyle (see MY FALSE HEART). The story line is very exciting with the who-done-it cleverly designed so that clues exist along side red herrings. The lead characters are noble individuals ready to sacrifice everything for the children. The support cast provides much depth and the colorful story line brings early nineteenth century England to life. If this novel is a sample of her works, Ms. Carlyle is a talented author who will rapidly rise to the top of the as a novelist worth reading. <P>Harriet Klausner

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