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A Lesson in Presumption
     

A Lesson in Presumption

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by Jennifer Connors
 
Book #5 in the Lesson Series.

Ginny has been living the romance novel formula over and over again. In her new adventure, she decides that it's her turn to call the shots. Not only will she decide who she is to fall in love with, but Ginny plans on taking control of her own destiny. Or at least the destiny of her newest character, Corliss.

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Book #5 in the Lesson Series.

Ginny has been living the romance novel formula over and over again. In her new adventure, she decides that it's her turn to call the shots. Not only will she decide who she is to fall in love with, but Ginny plans on taking control of her own destiny. Or at least the destiny of her newest character, Corliss.

The mega-hunk, Nathaniel, has different plans. He is the captain of his ship and his fate. As a privateer in the late 18th century, Nathaniel is not used to being controlled by anyone.

Will Ginny be able to live as she pleases, or will the plot have its way in the end?

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013197879
Publisher:
J Connors Publishing
Publication date:
08/06/2011
Series:
Lesson Series , #5
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
189
Sales rank:
277,305
File size:
546 KB

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A Lesson in Presumption 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 120 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I agree with others; the series is great but I was worried that Ginny was having too many partners in this story and at times this back did get boring but overall I loved it. I didn't appreciate the fact that this book had a lot more grammatical errors than the previous books but still an easy, quick read. As I have been following the series I really assumed that Ginny was going through time slowly through the years but closer to her time but this book went back in time again. Hope to see Ginny go home soon but its great to know she does keep knowledge from her previous adventures in each book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved the other Ginny books, but this book created the feeling the author was getting bored with this series and just wanted to rush this book through.
Elizabeth Wilson More than 1 year ago
At first I thought the writer was allowing Ginny to have too many partners, then I thought back to the title. Ginny kept trying to write how she felt the story should go, which led to many different false starts in relationships. Was a fast read, and kept you guessing until the very end of who Ginny's mega-guy was going to be.
amber_h_79 More than 1 year ago
I love this series, but this book was lacking something. It felt rushed and was boring at some points. I think it might be time for Ginny to go home, even if its only to be sent out again.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really like the series and always looked forward to the next book (5 stars for 1-4 of series). This 5th book, I skimmed throught the last few chapters because I lost interest in the plot. The story started out great, yet after a few chapters, pass the kidnapping, it stalled. Too many guys & an ending that left me asking,"W.T.H!? Him, Really?!" I was spoiled by Ginny's turmoils from earlier books that this plot lacked (to me).Hopefully, this wasn't the end so we can see if she'll ever be back to 21st or finally settles in 1 book to live out a fictional character's "happy ever after..." .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book wasnt as good as the other ones in the series but still quite enjoyable. Looking forward to the next book
decapout More than 1 year ago
I am loving this series. As a person who likes to "latch on" to authors-Jennifer Conners is one of my new favorites.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Felt rushed like the author was tired or at her deadline ,hope the next one picks up on the fun again.
Melissa DeBerry More than 1 year ago
It is evidence of how interesting the storylines of Jennifer Conners' "Lesson In" books are that I have read every one, despite the amazingly poor grammer. She seemed to have more trouble in Presumption than usual with poor sentance construction and dropped articles. I find this very annoying, and still I enjoyed the story.
Tia Baker More than 1 year ago
In this installment Ginny had one too many bed partners for my taste. Ginny seems to be getting bored with the same thing over and over again and as a reader so am I. The same hunky dude beautiful women recipe is pretty stale now. Loved books 1-3 though
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Love all the books. I can' t wait for her new series of books. One of my favorite authors keep them coming .......please don't stop at lessons learned. With my hectic lifestyle you take me to a world of excitment, suspence, and fantasy. To me that's what a good story teller does and you 100% do that for me. Thanks !
Alydira More than 1 year ago
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Must reads!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So far I've read 5 books in this series. It's addictive, since I look forward to finding out what new situation the main character will find herself in.
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I ejoyed the ones before a grest deal more. I felt some loose ends were rushed to keepstory short. Still a good nook but least fav out of the bunch.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Of the series, this was not my favorite. BUT still a great read. The only reason i say this is the love connection she needed to move on did not have the flare of the other books and the end did seem a bit rushed. Jennifer Conners has a great grasp on the different romance novel themes, integrating them in each book. I will continue to purchase all her books in anticipation of the end. Still worth the purchase!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love these historical novels and enjoy learning a little more about the various countries, centuries, and histories in which “Ginny” finds herself in. I have read all six of Jennifer Connors "Lessons" books written so far. I find the situations that "Ginny" gets into are compelling and I enjoy reading how this strong independent woman resolves them. I'm looking forward to more books in this series. The one down side is the predictability of the final outcome of each book, but this will not keep me from reading the next book written.
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