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Publisher's Summary

The Cat's Meow. Lord Byron thought he was a scream; the fashionable matrons tittered behind their fans at a glimpse of his hard form, and nobody knew where he came from. His startling eyes-one gold, one blue-promised a wicked passion, and his voice almost seemed to purr. There was only one thing a woman thought of when looking at a man like that. Sex. And there was only one woman he seemed to want. Lilac. In her wildest dreams she never guessed that bringing a stray cat into her home would soon have her stroking the most wanted man in 1811 London...Rejar.
©2011 Books In Motion (P)2011 Books In Motion
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By Adebowale on 09-17-12

I liked this book

Would you recommend this audiobook to a friend? If so, why?

I would suggest this book more so than the first book in this series. Although there were times when I wish the plot would pick up.

What did you like best about this story?

I loved the sarcastic comedy and the character Rejar.

Which scene was your favorite?

When Rejar appears as a cat.

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By oceaninmotion on 09-27-11

read the paper back years ago

Fun listen. laugh out loud situations. Creative alternate universe, great romance with some some steam. . I was glad I purchased this book in audio. I waited a long time for the author to write more than this trilogy. But it never happened. I always wondered why and then somone who made comments here enlightened me. I hope she will write more. I all ready purchased the second book. The third I will get for my collection in " night of a trillion stars". I think they stand alone as individual stories. So I never minded reading or listning to them out of order.

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