... writing mysterious messages with kisses ........,
This review is from: Mr Impossible: Number 2 in series (Carsington Quartet) (Paperback)
I first read this back in 2006 and I can certainly say - it has aged well.
I really enjoyed it more this time around. I believed in the Hero and the Heroine. I enjoyed their journey to LOVE and I believe in their HEA.
I wish Loretta still wrote like this! Some lovely romantic moments and witty oneliners. Quite a few laugh-out-loud moments. I wish there had been more of Leena who had some funny lines. I'm glad I revisited it.
Rupert Carsington, fourth son of the Earl of Hargate, is his aristocratic family's favourite disaster. Wherever he goes, trouble follows. Still, Rupert's never met an entanglement - emotional or otherwise - he couldn't escape.
Scholar Daphne Pembroke wants him to rescue her brother, who's been kidnapped by a rival seeking a fabled treasure. Their partnership is strictly business: she'll provide the brains; he, the brawn. Simple ...........