Young widowed Georgina Mowbray is settling into her role as Lady Russell's companion quite well-until the lady's nephew Dominic, the Earl of Coniston, arrives in Bath for a visit. Georgie's always found him shallow and too smooth, and trusts him as much as she trusts most men...which is to say, not at all. But Con turns out to be more intriguing than she remembers-and completely irresistible...
Pretty, practical Georgie is nothing like the women Con usually woos-especially since she seems blind to his charms. But his elderly aunt is so fond of her that Con is determined at least to be sociable...with the occasional flirtation thrown in just for fun. But things take a serious turn when a dangerous figure from Georgie's unhappy past appears and threatens to bring her harm. Con will do whatever it takes to keep Georgie safe. And if he can show her that all men are not menaces, he might be able to keep her in his arms and never let go...
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Mysterious, Laughter, Love -- Enjoyable
I enjoyed the mystery behind the letters and the man who showed up looking like Georgie's dead husband. The story kept you wondering who was all involved.
I liked both Con and Archer, especially their friendship that brought humor to the story.
Anne's performance is as usual. I like her voice, but at times is has an annoying sound to me. However, that will not keep me from listening to her.
The fact that Lettuce(?) was the villain at this point, I thought it was Mary..
I didn't see the connection between Lettuce being able to get the jewels. I will have to go over that part again. I couldn't stand Con's niece and her attitude.
Yes by Anne flosnik manda Collins maybe
Probably but this is very boring and seems like a copy of an Amanda Quick novel not original
Low deep throaty I like her voice and she gives. Life to this dreary manuscript.
I saw the cover on amazon kindle and the cover was better than the book. This is so boring, one dimensional I can't stand it for more than 10 min at a time.
- Lily LaRose