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a delightful read
on 1 February 2005
with all of sabrina jefferies previous work i find myself starting on the first page and sitting in the same spot for hours until i have finished. a dangerous love was no exception.
the heroine, rosalind is the typical strong independent female who looks after her family and will do anything for them, but would also like to pursue her dream of going into acting and the theatre, like her mother. sadly her father, the earl, is dying and as he has no sons the estate is entailed to a relation, griff knighton.
griff has worked his way from pauper to rich man.
when he is summoned to the estate of the earl with a disagreeble proposal he trades places with daniel, his second in command (and hero of a notorious love). which leads to some genuinely funny scenes.
both the hero and heroine are well written and enjoyable and deserve each other completely. jefferies writes well and draws you effortlessly into the book and the lives of griff and rosalind.
it is a must for any fan of the writer or romance itself. i found myself laughing out loud and crying in parts and when i finished it was with a sigh and an eager anticipation for the next in the series. i would definitly recommend this book.