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- File Size: 813 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Publisher: Zebra (1 April 2008)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B003V4ASR2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 4 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #293,743 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Well written but not up to par with the previous books at all
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Parker-Roth is nothing if not a gentleman. He knows that any woman of society would prefer a title, and he was already abandoned once on the altar by a woman who found a better (and titled) match. But he's still flabergasted when sexy Miss Peterson turns him down. After all, she didn't seem to mind the kisses they shared and it is her reputation in tatters. It can only mean he was right all along--marriage is a necessity for a man with a title. For a mere gentleman, it's an inconvenience, a leg-shackle. As soon as he can get his mother situated, he'll head back to the country where he belongs, where he can work with his plants. Except fate, his mother, and Meg's relatives seem intent on throwing Meg and him together. While his resolution is firm, his body has other ideas.
Author Sally MacKenzie spins another sexy and laugh-out-loud funny story of manners battling with libido set in Regency England. Meg, with her love for gardening, her habit of dragging potentially eligible men into the bushes, and especially her spirit, is an enjoyable heroine--if a bit of a ditz. Parker-Roth makes a wonderful foil--stiff and reserved, Parker-Roth never knows what's hitting him and his own feelings are more of a mystery to him than just about anything else in the world. Without the relatives and Scottish servants who populate the novel, it's likely that Parker-Roth and Meg never would find the happiness they both so desperately want--even when Meg manages to ruin Parker-Roth's reputation even more completly than he ruined hers.
If you're looking for a sexy and breezy regency-era romance, do yourself a favor and check out THE NAKED GENTLEMAN.
And apparently every couple in Regency England during the season is having a quickly in the gardens of London's ton. No, I don't want to know the biggest gossip likes to do it in the bushes when over heated. Or Parker's mother likes to paint her husband in all his natural glory.
There were so many side characters, and to me there must be a problem with the story if the secondary characters are getting more story line then the two main characters.
I think I would of enjoyed this book more if the female character was not introduced from previous books. There were some very funny parts in the book, but over all I wouldn't recommend this book if you read any of the previous Sally MacKenzie books.
If you like light romance I suppose this would be appealing.
Not having read the other books in the series, I was unfamiliar with several secondary characters.
It started out quite juicy but dried up until practically the very last page, and by the time I read that, I no longer cared about the characters.