A Rake's Vow
He vowed he′d never marry. To Vane Cynster, Bellamy Hall seems like the perfect place to temporarily hide from London′s husband hunters. But when he encounters irresistible Patience Debbington, Vane realises he′s met his match ... She vowed no man would catch her. Patience isn′t about to... show more
He vowed he′d never marry. To Vane Cynster, Bellamy Hall seems like the perfect place to temporarily hide from London′s husband hunters. But when he encounters irresistible Patience Debbington, Vane realises he′s met his match ... She vowed no man would catch her. Patience isn′t about to succumb to Vane′s sensuous propositions. Yes, his kisses leave her dizzy and his caresses made her melt; but Patience has promised herself she′ll never become vulnerable to a broken heart. Is this one vow that was meant to be broken?
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 1st 1998
Pages no: 374
Edition language: English
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
Series: Cynster (#2)
okay this is hard. vane was just as charming as devil and I liked patience as much as honoria. good mystery. funny side characters.
Another virtue for a name... Patience. This play with virtues as names is testing my patience. I keep trying to gauge if the heroine is living up to her name which is a rather distracting.What is the title A Rake's Vow for? I did not read any evidence of Vane's rakishness except that he is exception...
This is more a 3.5 rating for me but I will round it up to 4 since GR doesn't have half-stars. I liked this book but I didn't love it as much as I loved Devil's Bride. Patience got on my nerves a few times-she was too much in her head and I just wanted her to TALK to Vane. The mystery was cool-it fe...
A very sweet romance. An interesting mystery. They're both there, buried under thousands of words. I've sworn off S. Laurens before, but this time I'm sticking to it.
3.5*I think I was expecting something diferent... it feels too much like the 1st book. I think if I want to enjoy this series I have to take at least 2 week brakes between the books.Besides the issues above it was well written, though it had the annoying "elegant gentleman" phrase repeated too many ...