Summary

A Regency romp about a young lady who vows revenge on the rakish lord who loved and left her, only to find herself unexpectedly caught in Cupid's net along with the handsome viscount when her plan to love and leave him backfires.
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©2002 Suzanne Enoch (P)2011 HarperCollins Publishers
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4 out of 5 stars
By J-9 on 06-05-11

Very good!

Suzanne Enoch writes a good story and creatures believable characters. This is a very good book and the series is the best. The narrator is fabulous and brings the characters to life! ENJOY!

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1 out of 5 stars
By Aryn on 29-04-11

Self-absorption with a soup??on of spoiled

This is coming up as one of those with an absolutely self-absorbed spoiled brat of a girl and a gentleman who is trying to do right by his dependent family. Has nothing good to portray about females and the 'lesson in love' for this one is probably 'live in separate housing'. Granted, I did not finish it so if there is a saving grace trope planted near the finish, I just could not stick it out long enough to find it.

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