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Publisher's Summary

A noblewoman of frail beauty and exotic mystery fakes her own death to escape the gallows. And now she must flee. In disguise and under a false identity, she finds unexpected sanctuary in the arms of a handsome and arrogant yet gallant British lord - who must defy society to keep her safe...and overcome a tragic past to claim her as his own.

©2009 Lisa Kleypas (P)2022 HarperCollins Publishers

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Just Bad

Let start by saying, I generally enjoy Lisa Kleypas as an author & Rosalyn Landon as a narrator. But this just a terrible story. I did not like any of the characters. I had to stop listening at chapter 5. I just could not force myself to listen any more!

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A peculiar mélange of an irascible lord and mysterious mystic Russian governess

An unfortunate plot replete with too much religion and an unlikable and sometimes brutal lord of the manor. Not Lisa Kleypas’ usually reliable novels.

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Okay......

I did not like Luke. He was an autocratic, old fashioned (even for that time) man. I did not like the fact that Tasia could not remember if she had killed her cousin UNTIL she was kidnapped and thrown in jail - then all of a sudden her memory comes back to her?! That was a little far-fetched! AND I did not like that she used sexual seduction at the end in order to keep the tiger! How stupid! I ordinarily like author, Lisa Kleypas', writing- but this was far below her usual standards! I don't like that at the end she has a visioning of daughter, Emma, being led astray by her other cousin,evil Nicholas, (whom she had JUST nursed back too health from death)!! Terrible story!!

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Can't finish. Made me cringe.

The heroine is 18. She says no repeatedly. He forces sex anyway. He loves her immediately. Ugh. I've read a lot of Lisa Kleypas, but couldn't finish this. I don't normally write reviews, but want to help out others who want to avoid rapey fiction. Rosalyn Landor is great, as always.

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Intriguing

As always, Rosalyn Landor is perfect. The story was intriguing, looking forward to the second book.

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I look forward to part 2 already

This book was all out great. The characters were rich and vivid. The plot was a little predictable, but that's okay; it makes for a light interesting read.