Notorious Eliza [NOOK Book]

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Eliza Dauntry was infamous. Most people assumed she was a wanton because she supported herself and her son by painting portraits of courtesans. Yet Eliza hadn't been tempted by a man since her husband's death...until she met Patrick Felham. An old friend of her husband and a one-time rake, Patrick awakened a yearning in Eliza that demanded to be satisfied at once....

Patrick was looking for an upright woman to become his wife and stepmother to his daughter, not a siren like ...

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Eliza Dauntry was infamous. Most people assumed she was a wanton because she supported herself and her son by painting portraits of courtesans. Yet Eliza hadn't been tempted by a man since her husband's death...until she met Patrick Felham. An old friend of her husband and a one-time rake, Patrick awakened a yearning in Eliza that demanded to be satisfied at once....

Patrick was looking for an upright woman to become his wife and stepmother to his daughter, not a siren like Eliza Dauntry! But Eliza had aroused his desire ever since he saved her scandalous self-portrait from the auction house. The chance of an affair with the alluring widow was irresistible, but this notorious woman could also turn out to be his perfect bride...


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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781426848865
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 1/1/2010
  • Series: Harlequin Historical Undone Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 473,529
  • File size: 379 KB

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  • Posted August 8, 2012

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    Even though Eliza Dauntry dresses in unattractive clothes while

    Even though Eliza Dauntry dresses in unattractive clothes while she’s working, she still finds it difficult to convince her clients that she’s no light skirt. Perhaps because the widow supports her son by painting nudes for a living.

    Patrick Felham is in the market for a wife. He wants someone upstanding who would be an excellent example for his daughter. So why is he attracted to the woman with the notorious reputation?

    Notorious Eliza was a satisfying and enjoyable story. The characters were well developed and likeable. I always enjoy a story where the hero has a pre-conceived notion of the heroine that she is able to dismantle by the end of the tale. Good job.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted July 3, 2012

    I thought this a delightful read. I love the Regency period, an

    I thought this a delightful read. I love the Regency period, and this one filled the bill. It was short, but it didn't need more length. The author told the story and finished when it was done. I liked both the characters and the plot was something new. Very satisfying read. I'll be reading more of this author's work.

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