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The English Witch [NOOK Book]

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"One of the finest and most delightful writers in romance." –Mary Jo Putney

The traditional Regency classic from New York Times bestseller Loretta Chase is back…

A Comedy of Manners…
Her father’s prodigal ways have forced the extremely lovely Alexandra Ashmore into an engagement with a strange man in a strange land: a man blind to the effect her unearthly beauty has on other men, and which has earned her ...
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The English Witch

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Overview

"One of the finest and most delightful writers in romance." –Mary Jo Putney

The traditional Regency classic from New York Times bestseller Loretta Chase is back…

A Comedy of Manners…
Her father’s prodigal ways have forced the extremely lovely Alexandra Ashmore into an engagement with a strange man in a strange land: a man blind to the effect her unearthly beauty has on other men, and which has earned her the title "the English Witch"! So when she’s kidnapped by another love-struck suitor, Alexandra assumes she’s truly doomed to a loveless marriage with her captor.

A Villain Redeemed…
But her troubles have only begun—for although she's quickly rescued, her brave 'hero' is the notoriously irresistible, unrepentant scoundrel, Basil Trevelyan, who finds himself quite taken with the tart, spirited Alexandra. So taken, in fact, that he’s determined to make her his own. Now, if he can only charm her into agreeing with his plan!
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Library Journal
"A comedy of manners...witty."
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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940013424531
  • Publisher: NYLA
  • Publication date: 9/21/2011
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 315
  • Sales rank: 92,316
  • File size: 330 KB

Meet the Author

After a heroic attempt to be an English major forever, Loretta Chase stoically accepted her degree but kept on reading and writing. As well as working in academe, she had an enlightening if brief life in retail and a Dickensian six-month experience as a meter maid. In the course of moonlighting as a corporate video scriptwriter, she succumbed to the charm of a producer, who lured her into writing novels -- and marrying him. The union has resulted in what seems like an awful lot of books and quite a few awards, including the Romance Writers of America’s Rita. Heralded as “…the long awaited successor to Georgette Heyer” by Library Journal, Loretta Chase’s historical romance novels have been published all over the world. To learn more, please visit www.LorettaChase.com.
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  • Posted May 8, 2012

    Top Notch Traditional Tension

    This was only Chase's second romance, yet she already showed a rare talent for "promoting" a secondary character/villain to hero status. Three years after being packed off to India, Basil Trevelyan is somewhat ashamed over his dastardly actions in Isabella, has gained a lot of useful experience in solving problems, and is considerably richer. But he's still delightfully devious and witty--a state of affairs that does him no good at all when he falls in love for the first time, but which is certainly enjoyable for us. Basil has no trouble at all dealing with the tangled situation of Alexandra Ashmore, who is burdened by too many fiances, none of whom she wants; it's convincing her that he's husband material that's the tricky part.

    I love Basil -- he's almost up there with Georgette Heyer's amiable snake Randall, from _Behold, Here's Poison_ -- and I loved watching him fall. I'm not entirely sure Alexandra is good enough for him, but at least she appreciates him. This is a "traditional" Regency -- i.e., no sex -- but the tension is awesome.

    1 out of 1 people found this review helpful.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 27, 2014

    Typos galore

    I read this book, in print, years ago. I was happy to be able to revisit the story. Unfortunately the many typos and similar errors were very distracting. It became a guessing game in some instances to discover what the author had meant. I am assuming that the ebook is created by optical character reading software and apparently with no review or editing. 4 stars for the story and 1 star for the production values.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 28, 2012

    Charming story

    Liked the story. Loved the fact that it wasn't full of 20 page descriptions of XXX sex. Dialog was sort of stilted and off putting.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted May 15, 2012

    Absolutely adorable!

    This was such a fun book. Basil is the kind of rake I love to read about - witty, smart and devilishly adorable. He and Alexandra made the best couple I've read in ages.
    Recommended read!

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 14, 2012

    Great Story

    Isabella is the book and story line that comes before this book. It may be helpful to read it first although I think this one is much better.

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