Overview


Which Was The True Jonathan Chadwick?

The childlike innocent or the sophisticated cynic who despised society? Whatever the man's mysteries, Kathryn Wainwright was determined to uncover them. Especially when her incessant questions uncovered a passionate soul that she found herself helpless to resist.

Jonathan Chadwick swore there could not exist a more maddening woman than Kathryn Wainwright. The cheeky writer for an outrageous gossip sheet ...

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Overview


Which Was The True Jonathan Chadwick?

The childlike innocent or the sophisticated cynic who despised society? Whatever the man's mysteries, Kathryn Wainwright was determined to uncover them. Especially when her incessant questions uncovered a passionate soul that she found herself helpless to resist.

Jonathan Chadwick swore there could not exist a more maddening woman than Kathryn Wainwright. The cheeky writer for an outrageous gossip sheet seemed hell-bent on destroying him. And the desire that flared between them was becoming impossible to ignore!

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Editorial Reviews

Publishers Weekly - Publisher's Weekly
In Victorian England, Jonathan Chadwick, a musical genius thought to be wickedly arrogant, tries to outwit gossip columnist Kathryn Wainwright, by pretending to be the idiot savant, Pip. Mix in a Stradivarius, a dead mother who left a painful legacy for her son, a lost fortune, some maiming, and a couple of villains, and there's plenty of potential diversion. While some of it pans out, the rest isn't so much diverting as dissonant. Take, for example, the main mistaken-identity premise: Watching Jonathan/Pip's relationship with Kathryn is downright discomfiting because Pip is more boy than man. Stone (The Wicked Truth) isn't a bad writer, but she needs to limit the dark elements in her book to even out the overall tone. (Nov.)
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459268227
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/15/2011
  • Series: Harlequin Historical Series
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 900,599
  • File size: 394 KB

Meet the Author


Lyn Stone studied art and worked in Europe while she visited the places she now writes about in her historicals. It was when she was working as an illustrator that she had the idea of trying to freelance romance novel covers. But, while studying the market on covers, she became firmly hooked on the contents of the books and decided to try writing instead! Lyn loves to hear from her readers and can be contacted via her website at: eclectics.com/lynstone
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