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4.0 out of 5 stars This author seems to possess a poisonous pen...
Delia Effington and her identical twin sister, Cassandra, were two of the most lovely debutantes in London. Delia had always been the sensible one, so everyone had been shocked when she ran off and wed Lord Wilmont. When her husband died VERY shortly after the vows had been said, the minor scandal became a blaze of gossip. Even months later, only Cassandra would visit...
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4.0 out of 5 stars This author seems to possess a poisonous pen..., 8 Jan 2004
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Detra Fitch (USA) - See all my reviews
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Delia Effington and her identical twin sister, Cassandra, were two of the most lovely debutantes in London. Delia had always been the sensible one, so everyone had been shocked when she ran off and wed Lord Wilmont. When her husband died VERY shortly after the vows had been said, the minor scandal became a blaze of gossip. Even months later, only Cassandra would visit. The rest of the Effingtons ignored her.
Viscount Anthony "Tony" St. Stephens was an agent of the British government. Disguised as Gordon, an elderly butler, he had been planted in Delia's house to protect her. In fact, all the "servants" were agents. Delia never knew that her late husband had been an agent ... or that an enemy spy had murdered him. However, the chances were high that Delia was in danger. Yet as "Gordon" befriended her, "Tony" fell in love with her. And THAT had never been a part of the mission!
**** To quote one sentence of the book, "Aside from this butler-spy-viscount nonsense, he really is wonderful." As the reader, that was exactly my first impression. Did my impression of "Lord Mysterious" change? OH YES! Quite a few times in fact.
Author Victoria Alexander seems to possess a poisonous pen that kept me off balance. No one was as he or she seemed! The hero's love for the heroine was the ONLY item of the story that seemed solid and real. It made for some fascinating reading! Now I find myself hoping that Cassie or Mac will get a story. ****
Reviewed by Detra Fitch of Huntress Reviews.
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4.0 out of 5 stars Adventure & Romance, 14 Feb 2006
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Once she was lovely, respectable Miss Delia Effington, but an impulsive decision – and subsequent disaster – forces Delia to retire from society. Until one night desperate for diversion, she attends a ball as her twin sister and finds herself dancing n the strong arms of the dashing Viscount St Stephens.
Delia believes she has never met this man who arouses her passions, yet he seems somehow familiar. For Delia doesn’t know that St Stephens, an agent for the Crown, has been in her home, protecting her under the disguise of her butler. What will happen when this lady discovers the truth about the man she has come to love?
A very touching tale, with adventure and characters which you will love to visit again and again.
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4.0 out of 5 stars good read, 23 Dec 2012
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This novel was interesting & kept me reading which is what I enjoy most & hopefully others have as well
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2.0 out of 5 stars Two Stars, 28 Aug 2014
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very boring book not up to usual standerd
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