Reforming the Rake

Reforming the Rake

by Sarah Elliott

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ISBN-13: 9781459231702
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 02/15/2012
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 288
Sales rank: 971,650
File size: 1 MB

About the Author

Sarah Elliott was born in Pennsylvania and studied English at college. After graduating she tried teaching second grade and it was during this time, whilst quietly going mad, that she began to write seriously. She’d read and loved romances since the age of ten and thought, why not? In addition to writing she enjoys riding, dogs, shopping, decorative arts and cake. Readers can contact Sarah and learn more about her and her books through her website:

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Reforming The Rake (Harlequin Historical #774) 3.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
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She is twenty-three years old and starting her fourth season in five years having taken time off for good behavior because Beatrice Sinclair wants only to marry for love. Since she has refused several proposals, the Ton calls her ¿Cold Fish¿......................... Derek Summerson has no plans to marry, but he notices the beautiful woman in the next door garden. He goes out of his way to meet her at the boring Teasdale Ball. His mother notices her son¿s interest in Beatrice so she invites her to dinner. Beatrice quickly realizes he is the man she has been waiting for. Though he is knows he is a certified rake that a good female should not fall in love with, Derek cannot stop thinking of Beatrice. However, he refuses love as he remains scarred from the deaths of his brother and father in a carriage accident years ago.................. Sarah Elliot¿s historical novel is a fine Regency romance that uses the classic (some will say overly used) theme of an innocent finding love but to attain her soulmate, the heroine needs some REFORMING THE RAKE. Beatrice is not a cold fish, but simply wants a lifetime of love only to find it in the wrong person. However, Derek makes the tale as his reason to shun love goes back to his childhood when as the sudden man of the family he never found closure with the deaths of his father and brother. If this is any indication of her writing skills, Ms. Elliot will live up to her surname with a long successful career................ Harriet Klausner