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TOP 500 REVIEWERon 12 January 2013
This entertaining Regency Romance book is part of a loose trilogy which begins with "The Earl's Prize (Mills & Boon Historical)." You will get more out of this story if you have read that one first. Many of the characters in this story also appeared in "The Chaperon Bride (Mills & Boon Historical)" and the hero and heroine of that book are supporting characters in this one.

Juliana, the "anti-heroine" of this story, was first introduced in an eyewateringly sad moment in the prologue to "The Earl's prize" which is set on the day that her mother left home, deserting her husband and two children. (Juliana's elder brother is Joss Tallent, the hero of "The Earl's prize.") As the carriage left the grounds her mother looked back and saw something moving in the nursery window: five-year-old Lady Juliana Tallent was waving goodbye.

By the start of the main action of both that book and this one, Juliana has become Lady Juliana Myfleet, an outrageous widow whose gambling and flirting provides all manner of scandalous gossip for "the ton," as high society was known.

But then she meets the one man who, despite his prudish disapproval of her antics, makes her wish she was more respectable ...

Silly but entertaining. It's not Jane Austen - what is? - but reading this is an amusing way to spend an hour if you like light regency romances
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on 19 October 2014
not in very good condtion but i suppose considering age of book its to be expeced
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