On the eve of the London season, Jane Chance is about to make her entrance into high society. And after a childhood riddled with poverty and hardship, Jane intends to make a good, safe, and sensible marriage. All goes according to plan until a dark, dangerous vagabond helps her rescue a dog.
Zachary Black is all kinds of unsuitable - a former spy, now in disguise, he's wanted for murder. His instructions: to lie low until his name is cleared. But Zach has never followed the rules, and he wants Jane Chance for his own. If that means blazing his way into London society in whatever guise suits him, that's what he'll do.
Jane knows that she shouldn't fall in love with this unreliable if devastatingly attractive rogue. But Zach is determined - and he's a man accustomed to getting what he wants.
"For fabulous Regency flavor, witty and addictive, you can't go past Anne Gracie." (Stephanie Laurens, best-selling author)
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Third installement does disappoint
After two really nice books, the series has come to a low, but I will not resist listening to the last, where the characters are I think more interesting.
I just admitted I will.
The narrator should always look up words unknown to her. She mispronounced for example Laudanum and Adieu. How one could not know how to pronounce Adieu is beyond me. Her male voice seem to become worse instead of better.
The hero supposedly has killed five men in the line of duty, but where in the previous book disapproving parents had quite an impact on the hero, he did not suffer from any post traumatic stress disorder, which was too much! There is not much godness in here, but maybe if one cut the whole murder bit and made it a novella. Then again maybe not.
I did enjoy the first two books and will give the fourth a chance.