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The Last Bachelor [NOOK Book]

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Remington Carr, a rakish earl and London's most infamous bachelor, matches wits with Lady Antonia Paxton, a lovely young widow who has made a career out of assisting destitute women marry well by trapping eligible bachelors in compromising positions.
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The Last Bachelor

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Overview

Remington Carr, a rakish earl and London's most infamous bachelor, matches wits with Lady Antonia Paxton, a lovely young widow who has made a career out of assisting destitute women marry well by trapping eligible bachelors in compromising positions.
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Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
In 1882 London, a wealthy young widow, Lady Antonia Paxton, makes it her goal to marry off less fortunate widows-by catching them in flagrante delicto with eligible men. Her infamous exploits earn her a run-in with Remington Carr, the earl of Landon and a man who believes women should work, vote and not be dependent on any man-especially him. Their opposing viewpoints make collision inevitable and the two end up in a much-publicized wager involving role reversal. Thinking to take revenge on their matchmaker, Antonia's victims also hope the attractive, perpetually single Remington will seduce ``the Dragon of Decency.'' Passion, understanding and respect gradually bring these antagonists to new insights. Although the tale is decidedly sensual, the emphasis is more on the complexities of gender than the complications of sex. Krahn (The Princess and the Barbarian) has a delightful, smart touch and even on the odd occasion that the narrative turns a bit schmaltzy (as in the concluding paeans to marriage), she is sure to keep readers happily engrossed in her protagonists' struggles to discover what makes a man, a woman and a marriage. (Sept.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780307421791
  • Publisher: Random House Publishing Group
  • Publication date: 7/22/2009
  • Sold by: Random House
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 528
  • Sales rank: 475,038
  • File size: 3 MB

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 2, 2000

    bachlor to husband

    The last Bachlor is truley a wonderful story that takes two opposites and makes them find out what love really is. Well if you like to see opposites tangle and then fall, read this and be completely satisfied.

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