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Romancing Lady Cecily

Romancing Lady Cecily

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by Ashley March
     
 
Follow acclaimed author Ashley March, who was praised by Booklist for her “elegant writing [and] sizzling sexual chemistry,” into the world of Victorian romance, where Lady Cecily Bishop—promised by her parents to a stranger—must fend off the seductive games and heady caresses of Baron Sedgwick….a task that becomes more difficult with

Overview

Follow acclaimed author Ashley March, who was praised by Booklist for her “elegant writing [and] sizzling sexual chemistry,” into the world of Victorian romance, where Lady Cecily Bishop—promised by her parents to a stranger—must fend off the seductive games and heady caresses of Baron Sedgwick….a task that becomes more difficult with each soul-searing kiss.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781101533390
Publisher:
Penguin Publishing Group
Publication date:
08/02/2011
Sold by:
Penguin Group
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
30
File size:
127 KB
Age Range:
18 Years

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Romancing Lady Cecily 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
That is the most pathetic thing ever. U came here and sed u would help end of story. Maybe u were dating in ur dreams. But still dude take pride in being a man. I know u r not dating her. So ur still hah, gaaaaaaaay
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Actually....were dating now
Hardegree More than 1 year ago
This just didn't work for me. There was no background to the story. How did the Baron and Cecily meet? Why was he so enamored of her? Why did her parents refuse to tell her who she was marrying and the secrecy behind her betrothal?? I also didn't care for the heroine - she seemed almost cold in her demeanor. I finished this ONLY because I actually paid for this novella, instead of borrowing it from a Nook friend.
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MetraHarvard More than 1 year ago
The premise of this novella is not very believable. The love scenes are not at all believable and far too graphic. I bought it because I thought it was a prequel for "Romancing the Countess." It is really not--the main character was just friends with a character in the other book. The characters in this novella never make an appearance in "Romancing the Countess." I wish I hadn't bought this.
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RomancingRakes More than 1 year ago
The story sets up the beginning of ROMANCING THE COUNTESS. At the beginning of this story, Cecily finds out her best friend, Angela, had died in a carriage accident while running away with her lover. Lady Cecily Bishop must choose between the sinfully delicious Baron Sedgwick who pulls her in deeper with every kiss, every touch OR the mysterious August, the suitor who her father had signed her over to two years ago to cover an investment. Cecily's inner turmoil had me sitting on the edge of my couch (literally) wondering whether she would give in to Sedgwick, after he proposes to her OR be the good girl and do as her parents wish. Oh Cecily. What a dilemma. Baron Sedgwick has been wooing and teaching Cecily the art of carnal pleasures, up to a point of course. She must remain intact *whispers--down there* for her future, faceless husband. He realizes that he has fallen for this woman and gives her a choice of marrying him, to complete the seduction OR follow through with the marriage to The Other Man. I found it endearing that he called her kitten. Throughout this story, I crossed my fingers and hoped Cecily would choose Sedgwick. Well, being the good daughter, she lets Sedgwick go and heads towards the altar with the unknown suitor, soon to be husband. Dun dun dun! Once again, Ms. March has captivated me. She had me laughing, sighing, wishing and egging on Sedgwick and Cecily towards a HEA despite that mysterious August, and in only 15,000 words. That is an amazing feat for an author to convey so much emotion and some sexiness going on, in a novella. Ms. March, I am very much looking forward to reading ROMANCING THE COUNTESS. You have set up the story beautifully.
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