At the Earl's Command

At the Earl's Command

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by Sally James
     
 

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Kate Byford is ordered by her grandfather, the Earl of Malvern, to come to London, where he is dying. But his other order, that she marry his heir, Adam Rhydd, she is unwilling to accept. After the earl's death, Adam sends her to an academy for young ladies to learn how to behave. But Kate's ambitious efforts to escape are routinely thwarted by Adam. Regency Romance

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Kate Byford is ordered by her grandfather, the Earl of Malvern, to come to London, where he is dying. But his other order, that she marry his heir, Adam Rhydd, she is unwilling to accept. After the earl's death, Adam sends her to an academy for young ladies to learn how to behave. But Kate's ambitious efforts to escape are routinely thwarted by Adam. Regency Romance by Sally James writing as Marina Oliver; originally published by Robert Hale [UK]

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ISBN-13:
9781610846226
Publisher:
Belgrave House
Publication date:
03/30/2007
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
681,010
File size:
606 KB

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At the Earl's Command 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Anonymous 5 months ago
No sex, though lots of kissing and abductions happily cut short. Not a completely satisfying dynamic between hero and heroine. And a rather abrupt resolution. I didn't like that there was no real reason for their love - it seemed founded entirely on physical attraction, which I find to be a disgustingly stupid reason to spend the rest of your life with someone.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a cute story and I really enjoyed reading it. Towards the end I did feel like Kate certainly needed a lot of saving but it is so well written that i took it all in stride. There would also be alot more explaining that i would have required from Adam than Kate did but once again that was all masked by him constantly saving her. (i.e. why did he feel it was okay to send her mixed signals about annabelle?)