Lady Libertine: A Regency Novella

Lady Libertine: A Regency Novella

by Kate Harper
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Lady Libertine - A Regency Novella 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 15 reviews.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thoroughly enjoyed until the abrupt ending. No explicit sex scenes. Not sure I want to read any more from this author if all her books and novellas end like this one!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Really great entertaining book. The plot was different from any other regency books I've read. Well written as well. Was a little disappointed at abrupt ending. Wished it was a bit longer and had more romance scenes. Overall great read. 
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed this book it kept me interested and the length was adequate thanks for e books
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Although this story comes out to 235 pages and to some might not be considered short, the way the story leaves you in the end is less than desirable and leaves you feeling bereft. Up until this point the story is very entertaining but the ending makes you feel like the author decided she had reached her quota on chapters and needed to finish the story at that minute. The epilogue did not really bring the story to a satisfying conclusion.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Lucy and Rand's story was very entertaining. This 200+ page read showed us how two opposites attract....the plain wallflower and the rogue. After not noticing Lucy for 7 seasons on the ton, the suspicion that she may be the writer of the gossip rag in the paper that has exposed many inproprieties, including those of his own, forces Rand to seek the truth. In doing so, he gets to know Lucy. The wallflower blossoms and he sees how beautiful she is, inside and out. Great read!
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Truely a good read. Some 236 pages, this story is refreshing and entertaining. I do wish the end had been a bit more detailed though.
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Lulu_Burroughs More than 1 year ago
Lucy Landon writes a twice weekly gossip column about the scandals of the ton so that she can earn money to escape the household of her less than loving mother. The Earl of Hamersley is featured in the column on two separate occasions, in short order, after Lucy twice spotted him carrying on with a young woman who is bethrothed to a duke. Shamed by his brother-in-law and confronted by the duke after the first column is published, the earl is determined to uncover the identity of the source of athe gossip -- a Lady who goes by the moniker Lady Libertine.