Rules for Engagements [NOOK Book]

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How much trouble can one little book on matters of the heart cause? The answer: PLENTY! True, Flora only wishes to earn a living as she pens the anonymous guide to winning a man’s heart. And her plan seems to work as copies fly off the shelves of London bookstores. But Flora’s heart is the one in danger when she must apply her own advice to save a friend from a fortune hunter.

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Rules for Engagements

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Overview

How much trouble can one little book on matters of the heart cause? The answer: PLENTY! True, Flora only wishes to earn a living as she pens the anonymous guide to winning a man’s heart. And her plan seems to work as copies fly off the shelves of London bookstores. But Flora’s heart is the one in danger when she must apply her own advice to save a friend from a fortune hunter.

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Product Details

  • BN ID: 2940033174935
  • Publisher: Laura Briggs
  • Publication date: 4/19/2012
  • Series: Regency Rules , #1
  • Sold by: Smashwords
  • Format: eBook
  • Sales rank: 759,554
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

Laura Briggs first entered the publishing world in 2010 with the romantic novella, ONLY IN NOVELS, which later received a CAPA award nomination. She also has a series of contemporary romance indie novels, and is co-author of THE DARK WOODS TRILOGY, a grimmer version of the classic Brother Grimms' tales.
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  • Posted February 23, 2014

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    Reviewed by: Allison
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    Review originally posted at Romancing the Book 

    I chose this book because I love anything that has to do with writing and authors. That the book is a Historical Romance was a twist, because there were not many female authors in the “olden days”. It started out a bit slow for me, but by the time I reached the end, I was rooting for the hero and heroine.

    Flora, a genteel young woman, needs to find a way to earn a living. There is no fortune to inherit, and unless she marries very well, she and her younger sister would have to depend on the kindness of her older brother. Flora decides to earn a living by penning a little book of ‘Advice for Young Ladies on the Subject of Proposals.’ She dare not put her name on it, however, or the ensuing scandal would be devastating to her and her family. So the author of this very popular little book is ‘Anonymous.’

    For the most part, the story is told from Flora’s point of view. A young woman has set her sights on Roger, Flora’s childhood friend, and since she cannot tell him of Miss Harwick’s previous scandal, she decides to use the advice from her own book to win him away from her rival.

    I do wish we could have had insight into the hero’s thoughts as well. The love story progresses very slowly, and there were times I wanted to knock Roger on the head and tell him to hurry up and profess his love to Flora.

    This is a very sweet romance, however, and well worth the time I was in Flora’s world. I’m looking forward to the sequel about her younger sister, Marianne.

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