The Forgetful Ladyby Jacqueline Diamond
Lady Elizabeth Fairchild is weary of playing flirtatious games in Regency London. Henceforth, she�s determined to be her caring and honest self. But that can be dangerous in a scandal-loving society, especially when she loses her memory...and falls
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She lost her memory � now she�s misplaced her heart. A finalist for the Romance Writers of America RITA� Award
Lady Elizabeth Fairchild is weary of playing flirtatious games in Regency London. Henceforth, she�s determined to be her caring and honest self. But that can be dangerous in a scandal-loving society, especially when she loses her memory...and falls in love with a highly honorable lord. No matter how strongly he may return her affections, he�s convinced she caused his friend�s untimely death. And without a memory, how can she be certain of her innocence?
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A love for the books of Jane Austen drew Jacqueline Diamond to the world of the Regency-era romance, where her half-dozen novels in the genre have delighted readers for nearly thirty years. Jackie has gone on to sell a total of 100 novels ranging from mysteries to paranormals and romantic comedy. A former Associated Press reporter in Los Angeles, Jackie has received a Career Achievement Award from Romantic Times magazine and two finalist placements for the RITA� Award. A full list of her books and free writing tips are available at her website, www.jacquelinediamond.com. Meet her on Twitter @jacquediamond and visit her on Facebook at JacquelineDiamondAuthor.
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I enjoyed reading this story and couldn't put it down.
This was the first of Jacque's Regency Romance books that I read. I admit that I started to read it a bit begrudgingly with a preconceived opinion. However, I was pleasantly surprised to be hooked from the very beginning of the story and was reluctant to put it down until the very end. Jacque has an excellent talent at making characters that you fall in love with and sympathize with, and I'm not just referring to the main characters. The ending, especially, has a surprising twist that was far from being expected (At least, for me).
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