A lesson in seduction....
Miranda Hodgkins has only ever wanted one thing: to marry Robert Carlisle. And she simply can't wait a moment longer. During the Carlisle family masquerade ball, Miranda boldly sneaks into his bedchamber with seduction on her mind. Soon she's swept into rock-hard arms for the most breathtaking kiss of her life. But when the masks come off, she's horrified to find herself face-to-face with Sebastian, the Duke of Trent - Robert's formidable older brother.
Shocked to find Miranda in his bed, Sebastian quickly offers her a deal to avoid scandal: He'll help her win his brother's heart if she'll find him the perfect wife. But what begins as a simple negotiation soon spirals out of control. For the longer this reformed rake tries to make a match for Miranda, the more he wants to keep her all to himself.
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I don't think anyone that likes sense in the plot of a novel. Even though romance is escapist literature, there still requires some belief in the events. Nothing seemed to be true to the era.
I hesitate when the narrator is JE. She is not a very good narrator, as she is breathy and over the top. I find her readings very irritating and probably should have avoided this book. She made a poor story worse. I am avoiding some of my favorite authors, because she is the narrator. I should have done the same with this one.
disappointment. It started out with some promise, but all the times the heroine would just arrive at the hero's house in the middle of the night in her nightgown did not seem realistic. Who would even do that in the regency era.
This was a very immature author. The story line was just a mess and the end of the story's proposal was so corny, I flinched while reading it. It was just so silly it ended the book on an even worse note than all the silliness during the entire book.
Some surprisingly comic moments & dialogue
- Marcheta "love audio books - Anglophile"