Schemes Gone Amiss

Schemes Gone Amiss

by Collette Cameron

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$14.99

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781942368175
Publisher: Blue Rose Romance LLC
Publication date: 01/22/2016
Series: Conundrums of the Misses Culpepper , #2
Pages: 316
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.66(d)

About the Author

A bestselling, award-winning author, COLLETTE CAMERON pens Scottish and Regency historicals featuring rogues, rapscallions, rakes, and the intelligent, intrepid damsels who reform them.

Blessed with three spectacular children, fantastic fans, and a compulsive, over-active, and witty Muse who won't stop whispering new romantic romps in her ear, she still lives in Oregon with dachshunds, though she dreams of living in Scotland part-time.

Admitting to a quirky sense of humor, Collette enjoys inspiring quotes, adores castles and anything cobalt blue, and is a self-confessed Cadbury chocoholic. You'll always find dogs, birds, occasionally naughty humor, and a dash of inspiration in her sweet-to-spicy timeless romances.

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Schemes Gone Amiss 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
dfosterbooks More than 1 year ago
Watch out London! The Culpepper Misses have arrived at the dismay of Blythe Culpepper. Having arrived in London with her sister, brother-in-law & cousins Blythe is being introduced to the ton when she’d much rather be in the country and away from a very annoying Marquis. The man sets off her temper like no other, if there was only a way to avoid the man but alas, he is her brother-in-law’s best friend so he’ll always be a presence. Unless she can get through this season & retire to the country as she has no aspirations to wed. Until she meets a gentleman who could possibly change her plans. That is until she overhears a title grabbing “lady” & her mother plot to trap Tristan into marriage. Will this be the catalyst that has Blythe realizing exactly what those fireworks mean? Tristan, Marquis of Leventhorpe, has led a very controlled life. Something from his childhood haunts him still & he avoids commitment of any kind. Which is soon tested by the fiery Blythe Culpepper, sister-in-law to his best friend. Whenever they are together the room vibrates with electricity. A long time enemy threatens Blythe’s safety which is the catalyst that makes Tristan realize what she means to him. As one man’s stupidity, an enemy & title grabbing schemers will Blythe & Tristan realize what they mean to each other? Can Tristan let go of the past in order to be happy? Another hit by the extremely talented Collette Cameron that will have you laughing & crying all at the same time. Her wit combined with the strength of her characters will draw you in & not let you go. Looking forward to her next installment to see which Culpepper Miss has me laughing out loud.
McM0mmy-PW More than 1 year ago
Made the mistake of starting this last night right before bed. The husband got up for work at 4am as I was putting the book down! LOVED the story of Blythe and Tristan! I was especially happy to read about a heroine who didn't fall into a weeping heap but fought back! Her character was amazing.
HeyerF4n More than 1 year ago
Schemes Gone Amiss 4* Sparks flew when Blythe Culpepper first met Tristan, Marquis of Leventhorpe in Book 1 of the Conundrums of the Misses Culpepper. Blythe has a lively temper and the red headed Tristan loves to goad her, but in London, both find attributes to admire in each other and their feelings begin to deepen. However, due to past humiliation Tristan keeps Blythe at arms length until a blackguard assaults her virtue and he comes to her rescue. The language in this book is not as coarse as in the first, though passages such as, "Next thing she knew, the perky pair would scramble from her bodice's lace edge and wave a jaunty hello" do seem rather out of place. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the author. I was not compensated for my review, and I was not required to write a positive review. The opinion expressed here is my own.