Affair

Affair

by Amanda Quick
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Affair 4.1 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 40 reviews.
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Tangen More than 1 year ago
Another Quick novel that stands the test of rereading. Two strong minded people who don't trust romantic attractions and also have learned to carve their own way in the world, come together because of a murder. There is lots of situational and conversational humor, and a swashbuckling envisioning near the end. If you are lucky enough to get the audio, you will be glad that Barbara Rosenblatt is the audio performer.
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This book is great. It's funny, the characters arr uniqe, and it's well writen. This is one of thosebooks you can read over and over and find it equally enjoyable each time.
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I not usually one to read historical romances, but this story intrigued me. Charlotte, the female protagonist, was a strong and determined young woman. Baxter, the leading man, was a man of science and logic, always trying to maintain his control. Putting the two of them together made for some very interesting times. Add a murder investigation, a heroine that doesn't like to follow directions, a mysterious antagonist and you have an interesting plot that made me feel like I couldn't turn the pages fast enough.
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GHott More than 1 year ago
Each time I read 'Affair' I find it that much more enticing. First, I love the Alchemy side to the books. Chemistry is a love of mine and I thoroughly enjoy it's inclusion in the plot. Second, it seems so much more romantic to me when someone sees beyond the persona projected to even your closest relatives and sees the real person underneath. Last, I love books about the eldest, responsible child loving and caring for their younger siblings (don't I? My darlings?).
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