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  • Mass Market Paperback: 448 pages
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing (Dec 2000)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0446608076
  • ISBN-13: 978-0446608077
  • Product Dimensions: 17.3 x 10.7 x 2.6 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 888,466 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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38 of 38 people found the following review helpful By A Customer on 1 Feb 2001
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I've read all of Shirlee Busbee's books so far and this is another one worth waiting for. In the usual fashion of romances the heroine is beautiful, the hero is dashingly attractive and masculine and love wins the day. But this book also gives us a heroine in Arabelle who is spirited and independent and a hero in Tony who has a sensitive and modern thinking side so that the characters rise from two dimensional sterotypes to people who come alive. I also enjoy the fact that this book is set in the same area in Amercia that Busbee knows so well and writes about in her other books and two men from previous books, Jason Savage and Morgan Slade, make appearances in this one. Gypsey Lady and her other earlier books remain Busbee at her best but this is still better than many of the other historical romances available.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Mazann on 14 Aug 2012
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It has been brilliant to find more Shirlee Busbee books on Amazon & although I enjoyed this book immensely, it was not as good as Gypsy Lady, Lady Vixen or my alltime favourite While Passion Sleeps. But all the same still worth the read.
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A rivetting romance 29 Nov 2000
By Harriet Klausner - Published on
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In 1797 Natchez, a depressed Jeremy Montgomery contemplates suicide like several of his peers have done after losing the family estate to gambling. He informs his older stepsister Arabella that he lost the plantation in a card game, which jeopardizes the lifestyle of his mother and their four other younger siblings. Arabella confronts the winner of the game Daniel Layton who informs her that he already lost the estate to Tony Daggett, the man she once loved with her very soul.

Desperate, Arabella visits Tony, offering some of her property in exchange for the vowels on the family plantation. He rejects her offer and tenders one of his own. He asks her to be his mistress in exchange for the IOU. Arabella feels she is entering into a devil's agreement because she still loves Tony in spite of her belief he betrayed her and may have murdered his first two wives. Tony loves Arabella, but has never forgiven her for lacking trust and faith in him. Neither one knows that an enemy lurks ready to destroy this couple before they can straighten out their misconceptions through love.

AT LONG LAST is a powerful historical romance that will provide spicy pleasure to fans. The story line is exciting due to the battle of the sexes between two obstinate, intrepid, and wonderful charcaters. The support cast adds a taste of the controversy between those who want the status quo (Spanish rule) and those who demanded to join the new American nation. Readers who relish a passionate historical romantic tale will enjoy Shirlee Busbee's AT LONG LAST.

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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Enjoyable but fairly routine plot. 24 Oct 2004
By stacey renee - Published on
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As outlined by others, our h/h Arabella and Tony have a history. In fact they were engaged until Bella found rogue Tony in bed with another woman. Five yrs after their tumultuous breakup, Bella needs a favor from Tony. Still in love with her, Tony trades her brothers gambling vowels for her services as his mistress. Methinks Bella doth protest too much. Soon after their re-acqaintance someone tries to kill Bella. Since Tony's first 2 wives died mysteriously this attempt on Bella raises alarms and the story evolves into an intersting mystery. The characters were all excellent. Tony was quite the stud-muffin and his best friend Patrick,also a hunk, got his own story in a sequel. I wouldn't dissuade anyone from reading this as it was very good.

I rate books on whether I would re-read them and while this was enjoyable, the fairly standard plot didn't quite meet that criteria.
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A good first romance 17 Nov 2001
By "amystrope" - Published on
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Shirlee Busbee's "At Long Last" was my first sensual romance novel and I thoroughly enjoyed it. Ofcourse, now that I have read a great many romance novels, I have started to see flaws in her writing, as you would in any novel, but I still liked it. I found it easy to follow and overall written quite well.
Shirlee Busbee did it again! 13 Jun 2014
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I have enjoyed most all off Shirlee Busbee books. The book was very good it's writing and story went by so fast I was done with the book before I knew it.
FANTASTIC READ 28 April 2014
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I absolutely loved this book. Shirley Busbee has a real talent for writing an excellent story entwined not only with mystery but immersed in historical significance for the time period she writes about. You get a great story that is impossible to put down and one that represents strong female leads. Highly recommend anything she writes. I should know because I'm running out of of titles to read. Keep em coming Shirlee!
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