Mischief

Mischief

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Mischief by Amanda Quick, Harriet Walter

Imogen Waterstone has always prided herself on being a thoroughly independent young woman, but now she needs a man of implacable will and nerves of iron. That's why she invited Matthias Marshall, infamous Earl of Colchester, to her home in Upper Strickland. Who better than the legendary explorer to help her lay the perfect trap?

Her scheme is simple, really: She plans to let it be known that when she inherited her uncle's collection of antiquities, she also inherited a map to a fabulous ancient treasure. She's sure that her enemy would risk financial ruin in pursuit of the mythical artifact. And to make doubly sure the scoundrel took the bait, she wants Colchester to pretend that he's out to seduce Imogene so that he, too, could get his hands on her map.

Yet in all of her plotting, Imogene never anticipates Colchester's violent reaction to her request or her own electrifying reaction to him. Neither does she expect that a malevolent threat would emerge from the labyrinth of London--sinister enough to endanger her and Colchester's lives.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780553527070
Publisher: Random House Audio Publishing Group
Publication date: 02/01/2000
Edition description: Abridged, 2 cassettes, 3 hrs.
Product dimensions: 4.45(w) x 7.01(h) x 0.82(d)

About the Author

Amanda Quick, a pseudonym for Jayne Ann Krentz, is a New York Times bestselling, award-winning author of contemporary and historical romances. There are nearly thirty million copies of her books in print, including Seduction, Surrender, Scandal, Rendezvous, Ravished, Reckless, Dangerous, Deception, Desire, Mistress, Mystique, Mischief, Affair, With This Ring, I Thee Wed, and Wicked Widow. She is also the author of Slightly Shady and Don’t Look Back, the first two novels featuring Lavinia Lake and Tobias March. She makes her home in the Pacific Northwest with her husband, Frank.

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Mischief 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 58 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This story starts out slow and in the beginning I almost gave up, but I warn you read on my friends! As it turns out this happens to be my favorite Amanda Quick book and I've read almost all her books! I love the way she writes!
Guest More than 1 year ago
This book was excellent. Amanda Quick has so far never disappointed me. Her books, including this one have been page-turners which I have read over and over. I also like how her female characters are not weak uninteresting creatures but are possessed with unusual interests and it is in this that draws them to the man of their dreams. Imogen Waterstone is no exception. If it were not for her unusual interest in ancient Zamar, she could never have fulfilled every fantasy of the Cold-Blooded Colchester....
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She follows him in
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Walks in
Tangen More than 1 year ago
suspense, murder, artifact, romance, mystery, historical-novel, reread, social-issues Another one from the prolific Quick that I have reread in print and own in audio. Yes, it is romantic suspense, has erotica, and the snarks sneak up on you. Publisher's blurb suggests the plot, but there is more fun to it, and the characters do remind me of a few folks that I have worked with. It is a lightweight, fun read with a mere hint of supernatural and a side order of social issues still present today.
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Felt the story was very slow to get into. Also, did not like the heroine very much. Seems like the author always makes the heroine the same in every book. Not quite sure why the hero loves her so much. Very bossy. I usually don't give up on reading a book but I am tempted to with this one. I'll keep reading this but so far I am not enjoying this one.
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I enjoy Jayne's writing, regardless of which name she uses.
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