Valentine Kittens

Valentine Kittens

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by Jo Ann Ferguson, Cynthia Bailey Pratt, Valerie King
     
 

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ISBN-13:
9780821777626
Publisher:
Kensington
Publication date:
01/28/2005
Series:
Zebra Regency Romance Series
Pages:
256
Product dimensions:
4.40(w) x 6.88(h) x 0.69(d)

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'Belling The Kitten'by JoAnn Ferguson .................................................................... ................... After dealing with noise and horror in the Peninsula, Lord Jason Farraday comes home anticipating silence. Instead, the young viscount is met by even more noise. Some comes from his mother, who wishes him to settle down, and some comes from his sister, Olivia, who is excited about going to a Valentine's Day ball in hopes of receiving a marriage proposal from Lord Raymond Marlowe. To escape it all Jason rides a day away from home and takes a room at a cozy inn. All is well until his valet opens a wrong door and allows three miscreant kittens into another guest's room. .................................................................... ........................ Miss Amaris Woodward, escorted by her abigail, is en route to the ball when her carriage breaks down. She gets a room at the inn for the night. Amaris has been sent by her ailing father to the ball where Raymond is to announce their engagement. But her carriage is not the only mishap of the night. She returns to her room to find her ball gown in shreds due to the three kittens. Since Jason's valet is responsible for the damage, Jason is moved to make things right by repairing the gown and giving Amaris a ride to her destination ... even though the lovely lady's arrival will break his sister's heart. .................................................................... ..................... ***** Who would ever dream that such innocent looking kittens could cause so much trouble? Or so much love? The answer can be found within the pages of this book. Three authors are able to see through the cuddly smiles and angelic 'mews' to see the playfulness and intelligence behind them. These stories are the authors' attempts in showing readers a glimpse of what they see. .................................................................... .............. There are two other novellas in this book by authors Valerie King and Cynthia Pratt. However, my synopsis only covers the one by JoAnn Ferguson. I found this book to be witty, romantic, and full of fun. I am proud to recommend it to all Regency fans. EXCELLENT! *****