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Beauty and the Scarred Hero
     

Beauty and the Scarred Hero

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by Emily May
 


Major Nicholas Reynolds returns from the Battle of Waterloo a hero. Once, his rakish good looks ensured he had his pick of beauties, but now his battle-scarred face exiles him from high society.

Lady Isabella Knox is horrified by the cruel gossip surrounding Nicholas, but intrigued by the man whose steely glance makes her blush on the outside…and

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Beauty and the Scarred Hero 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 20 reviews.
Erica_Anderson More than 1 year ago
*Beauty and the Scarred Hero* is a great read for those who love traditional Regencies in the style of Georgette Heyer. It features Harriet, a hapless young girl running away from an arranged marriage who has the good fortune to meet up with Isabella, the heroine. Isabella is a bit older than the usual twenty-something misses found in romance novels and she has decided to remain a spinster. That is, until she meets Major Reynolds, the battle-scarred and supposedly frightening betrothed of her ward. No need for highwaymen, smugglers, or evil cousins--the plot of this Regency focuses wholly on the principals, and it's a delight. Wonderful dialogue, lots of romantic tension, and sympathetic, likable characters make this a just-about-perfect Regency.
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This book is very dull.