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  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (1 Jun. 2010)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0380788136
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380788132
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.4 x 17.1 cm
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 206,635 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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Fire and Ice . . .

Jack Faraday, the Marquis of Dansbury, is rich, titled, and handsome as sin. A scandalous rake who's charmed a long string of ladies, he finally meets his match in Miss Lilith Benton, known as the Ice Queen.

Intent on restoring her family's good name, Lilith wants only to make a respectable marriage. So when the tempting but notorious Jack begins to woo her, she is determined to ignore him. Then their accidental involvement in a duke's mysterious death forces Jack and Lilith to become conspirators to clear their names—and suddenly cold disdain gives way to hot desire. Now Lilith may find his passionate stolen kisses too tempting to resist . . .

About the Author

A native and current resident of Southern California, Suzanne Enoch loves movies almost as much as she loves books. When she is not busily working on her next novel, Suzanne likes to contemplate interesting phenomena, like how the three guppies in her aquarium became 161 guppies in five months.


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While it may be true that this novel does have a few unbelievable moments as far as Regency England's rules are concerned, the romance and characters will by far make up for this. Jack Faraday, a rake who falls head over heels for the lady he is trying seduce is a very romantic character. Lilith, while remaining sensible and intelligent, gives in to her heart. The witty repartee and seduction scenes make this a must read. I had limited my romance reading to a particular set of authors (McNaught, Lindsey, Curtis(London), Deveraux, and Quick)and was agonizingly waiting around for a new release. I decided to try a new author in Suzanne Enoch, and I am glad that I did. I plan to read more of her novels.
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As a true Regency romance this book is a fake. While the story is well plotted and potentially exciting, everything else is wrong !
The characters do things that would simply not have been done in Regency England by members of the upper classes. It is therefore very difficult for the reader to suspend disbelief at some of the incidents described. - The critical scene, where the virginal heroine is molested in her own home behind closed doors, could just not have happened. No butler worth his salt would dream of admitting a gentleman caller in the absence of the young lady's parents, much less leave them alone together. The excuse that the staff had been given time off is not credible either - when the family were in residence, staff did not have "time off".
The language feels all wrong too. In her attempt at "English" colloquialism, she attributes to her characters the idioms of the lower classes. No English lady would have used the word "Quid" (and still would not today), to quote just one example.
If, unlike myself, you are not so closely acquainted with English history, social customs and the peculiarities of idiomatic language as to be irritated by the author's style, you will be able to enjoy this story for what it is meant to be: fast-paced, romantic, humourous and adventurous with a murder mystery thrown in !
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x932d8d80) out of 5 stars 16 reviews
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HASH(0x9318bb88) out of 5 stars Good Book 1 Mar. 2002
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This book was a good read. Its a love story between Lilith and Jack the Marquis of Dansbury (the hunk) Lilith's family is determined that she marry a duke to restore the family's reputation but she falls in love with Jack the scandalous rake. Her father and aunt insist she have nothing to do with him. Jack decides he wants to become respectable so he can get near this women (When he falls off the wagon it is funny!) I loved the way Jack was so protective of Lilith and when things go wrong for Lilith she always runs into the arms of Jack. The book started out somewhat slow, but I give it 5 stars because once the pace picked up I really enjoyed the book.
12 of 13 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x934e2200) out of 5 stars If you like romance, you will like this book! 27 Jun. 1998
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
While it may be true that this novel does have a few unbelievable moments as far as Regency England's rules are concerned, the romance and characters will by far make up for this. Jack Faraday, a rake who falls head over heels for the lady he is trying seduce is a very romantic character. Lilith, while remaining sensible and intelligent, gives in to her heart. The witty repartee and seduction scenes make this a must read. I had limited my romance reading to a particular set of authors (McNaught, Lindsey, Curtis(London), Deveraux, and Quick)and was agonizingly waiting around for a new release. I decided to try a new author in Suzanne Enoch, and I am glad that I did. I plan to read more of her novels.
13 of 18 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x93189858) out of 5 stars Good story, but stretches credibility too far 11 Dec. 1997
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
As a true Regency romance this book is a fake. While the story is well plotted and potentially exciting, everything else is wrong !
The characters do things that would simply not have been done in Regency England by members of the upper classes. It is therefore very difficult for the reader to suspend disbelief at some of the incidents described. - The critical scene, where the virginal heroine is molested in her own home behind closed doors, could just not have happened. No butler worth his salt would dream of admitting a gentleman caller in the absence of the young lady's parents, much less leave them alone together. The excuse that the staff had been given time off is not credible either - when the family were in residence, staff did not have "time off".
The language feels all wrong too. In her attempt at "English" colloquialism, she attributes to her characters the idioms of the lower classes. No English lady would have used the word "Quid" (and still would not today), to quote just one example.
If, unlike myself, you are not so closely acquainted with English history, social customs and the peculiarities of idiomatic language as to be irritated by the author's style, you will be able to enjoy this story for what it is meant to be: fast-paced, romantic, humourous and adventurous with a murder mystery thrown in !
HASH(0x93473318) out of 5 stars Quite entertaining! 7 July 2000
By Hungrydingo - Published on Amazon.com
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I had just finished Reforming A Rake(LOVED IT!)when I decided to try something else by Suzanne Enoch. This led me to Stolen Kisses. While Stolen Kisses is not as blatantly humorous as Reforming a Rake, I believe it came into its own. While there were some period discrepencies, I was willing to overlook them because I was enjoying the story. They didn't jerk me out of the story like they did to some of the other reviewers. As a love interest, I found Jack to be clever, desireable & ultimately honorable.

Jack Faraday is given the cut direct by Lilith as they are introduced. This infuriates him so much (NO ONE treats HIM in such a manner) that he seeks his revenge by intending to seduce her. Lilith, honoring familiar demands that she marry for a title and social position, looks for a husband from the ton elite. She strives to stay away from Jack who has suddenly made himself available at every turn. While he is a Marquis, his name is embroiled in scandel. This is a fact that would bother Lilith's family and had never actually bothered Jack, until he met Lilith. The electricity flies between them and I found this to be a genuinely fun book.
HASH(0x932d5660) out of 5 stars Entertaining historical romance 21 May 2011
By K. Howard - Published on Amazon.com
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I really enjoyed this one! Jack was a great, hot hero. I enjoyed Lilith once we got to know her a little better...though I wanted to slap her; why on earth would she want to stay away from Jack?! (Yeah, I know - to further the story - but still....) When Jack and Lilith are involved in a duke's death (he deserved it!), the story really gets rolling. I will definitely be searching on more books from Enoch.
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