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Miss Grantham's One True Sin
     

Miss Grantham's One True Sin

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by Melynda Beth Andrews
 
Cobble together a handsome rake, a proper bluestocking, a false betrothal, a country house party, three little girls bent upon mischief, and a dotty (or is she?) old London matchmaker, and what do you get? An intelligent and fun romance--regency romance at its best!

Synopsis:

True Sin or True Love?

Logical Miss Marianna Grantham's

Overview

Cobble together a handsome rake, a proper bluestocking, a false betrothal, a country house party, three little girls bent upon mischief, and a dotty (or is she?) old London matchmaker, and what do you get? An intelligent and fun romance--regency romance at its best!

Synopsis:

True Sin or True Love?

Logical Miss Marianna Grantham's oh-so-proper parents are coming to London to meet the wealthy, titled fiance she's been writing to them about. Trouble is, Marianna doesn't have a fiance. She wants to marry for love, not social position as her parents insist, and a sham engagement to a gentleman--arranged by none other than the outrageous London hostess Ophelia Palin!--is just the thing.

But Marianna learns too late that Truesdale Sinclair, The Viscount Trowbridge, is no gentleman. Instead, True Sin, as he's known to the ton--is the latest in a long line of rakes and scoundrels, swooned over by ladies young and old, married and not.

A pale, starched-up bluestocking isn't at all the sort of woman the viscount is attracted to, but the money Marianna Grantham offers him is irresistible. With his shipping company on the brink of ruin and three little girls--his late brother's daughters--to look after, True is more than eager to accept the bluestocking's unusual proposal. But, while True doesn't want her, he determines from the outset that he isn't going to let her go, either.


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Originally published by Kensington Publishing under the author�s former name, Melynda Beth Skinner.

Second book in the acclaimed Regency Matchmaker Series by Melynda Beth Andrews



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This book has been carefully edited. Mistakes introduced during the original scan have been corrected. If you find errors, kindly visit the author's website to report them. Thank you!

Editorial Reviews

RT Book Club - Teresa Roebuck
�A story to read by the fire on a cold winter's day, featuring a quirky, kind-hearted cast of characters. Four Stars--a page turner!� -- RT Book Club
Award Winning Author - Laurin Wittig
"Great read! Very well written, engaging, entertaining, and True Sin was to die for! I look forward to the next one!" --Award winning author Laurin Wittig
Clean Romance Reviews - English Rose
�A delightful read!� -- English Rose
Teresa Roebuck
“A story to read by the fire on a cold winter's day, featuring a quirky, kind-hearted cast of characters. Four Stars--a page turner!” -- RT Book Club
English Rose
“A delightful read!” -- English Rose Clean Romance Reviews

Product Details

BN ID:
2940013275782
Publisher:
Pedestal Books
Publication date:
10/12/2011
Series:
The Regency Matchmaker Series , #2
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
630,503
File size:
1 MB

Meet the Author

Melynda Beth Andrews lives in Florida with her young family. Her work has been Nominated for both a Golden Heart award from the Romance Writers of America and for a National Critics Choice Award, and hailed by critics as �delightful,� �a rare treat,� and �wickedly entertaining,"

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Miss Grantham's One True Sin 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
THERE WAS NO LOVE SCENE THE WHOOE BOOK! the typos made it hard to follow the story line, at one paoint a different scene was displaced in another before it returned to the scene. I was completely dissappointed with this book!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I really enjoyed this book and loved both of the lead characters. I would highly recommend giving this and the three other books in this series a try, especially if you like funny and sweet regency romances. Lots of kisses and thoughts of more intimate things, but no sex, which is quite refreshing.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved this book! It feels like I know the characters
a_banks More than 1 year ago
This book was good. I liked the storyline. I think the 3 girls could have been in the story more, or just left out altogether. The girls showed up too infrequently, which distracted me. I kept wondering when they were going to appear and what they were going to do to help the storyline, but then they wouldn't show up for what felt like forever. I enjoyed this book, but it's not one that I would reread.
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Both my husband and I read 10 - 12 books per month. This is one of the funniest books I have read in a long time, it is sad, funny, romantic story's. You will enjoy EVERY page (even the mis-prints)
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