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Posted May 22, 2005
I RARELY GIVE A BOOK A FIVE. THIS ONE WAS WORTH ALL OF THEM. ON A SENSUAL SCALE IT IS AN 8. I WON'T GIVE ANYTHING AWAY EXCEPT TO SAY--YOU KNOW MIRANDA FROM THE VERY FIRST BOOK AND CAN FEEL SORRY FOR HER IN THIS THE LAST IN THE SERIES--UNTIL THE END OF COURSE. DANIEL-WHO COMES ACROSS AS NOT A NICE DUKE IN THE FIRST BOOK-REDEEMS HIMSELF NICELY IN THIS ONE.AND AS FOR DANIEL'S DOWAGER MOTHER-WELL-MS. LEE COULD HAVE HAD HER EATEN BY A RABID RACOON AND I WOULDN'T HAVE FELT SORRY FOR HER.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted May 12, 2005
I loved the characters, Daniel and Miranda. I have enjoyed the series and hope Hagen Lee continues it, although if I am counting correctly, there in only one more unmarried Free Fellow left. Please recruit more!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted December 9, 2008
In 1813, though he hates sailing Daniel is at sea near the French side of the Channel working as an undercover smuggler when shots are fired. Daniel is hit; on English soil he is sewed up, given whiskey to hide the pain and travels by coach to attend his mother¿s annual ball. Daniel¿s aide delivers the information they gathered to his partners the Free Fellows League. At the gala, his wound opens up. He dances a waltz with Miranda, who is extremely tall and strong so is able to help him make it to the coach. To protect her from scandal, the intoxicated Daniel convinces Miranda, who loves him, to marry him. They do via his connections before she takes him to property she owns.--- Miranda tends Daniel¿s wounds but when he recovers he forgot their marriage. They make love before he leaves to meet with his League friends. Miranda is heartbroken, but refuses to mention their marriage. She leaves him with the papers so that he can choose to acknowledge their nuptials or not. Daniel who fears his love for Miranda ponders how brave his beloved giantess is while wondering who in the Home Office betrayed him on his last mission.--- Miranda is an intriguing courageous heroine who freshens up the latest Free Fellows League Regency romance as women, not just Miranda, once again prove more than capable doers. The story line is exciting and is character driven, a trademark of this series (see BARELY A BRIDE, MERELY THE GROOM, and HARDLY A HUSBAND). Fans of the series and the sub-genre will appreciate the love story between the magnificent Miranda and the daring (except for his feelings for her) Daniel. --- Harriet KlausnerWas this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.