Embark on the breathtaking romantic adventures of The Lady Travelers Society in the brand-new series by number-one New York Times best-selling author Victoria Alexander.
Really, it's too much to expect any normal man to behave like a staid accountant in order to inherit the fortune he deserves to support the lifestyle of an earl. So when Derek Saunders's favorite elderly aunt and her ill-conceived - and possibly fraudulent - Lady Travelers Society loses one of their members, what's a man to do but step up to the challenge? Now he's escorting the world's most maddening woman to the world's most romantic city to find her missing relative.
While India Prendergast only suspects his organization defrauds gullible travelers, she's certain a man with as scandalous a reputation as Derek Saunders cannot be trusted any farther than the distance around his very broad shoulders. As she struggles not to be distracted by his wicked smile and the allure of Paris, instead of finding a lost lady traveler, India just may lose her head, her luggage, and her heart.
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Quirky Characters, Travels, and FUN!
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Who doesn't enjoy traveling?
The Lady Travelers Guide to Scoundrels and Other Gentlemen is an enjoyable tale where the heroine, India, takes awhile to grow on you. She is a "know it all" to the extreme, much like Hermione Granger is of Harry Potter fame. However, India's character really grows up throughout this story (despite being firmly "on the shelf") and she eventually learns to accept assistance when needed and warranted.
The hero, Derek, is a wonderful understated hero. He is well-meaning and firmly decides to put a stop to his aunt's and her friends' misdirected advice concerning the Lady Travelers Club, which got at least one member "lost" during her travels to Paris. These elderly ladies are all scene stealers and just great supporting characters.
I listened to the audio version of the story narrated by Marian Hussey, who was fantastic.