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A Tale of Two Lovers - Community Reviews back

by Maya Rodale
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Addicted To Romance
Addicted To Romance rated it 7 years ago
"You are stubborn, maddening, illogical and infuriating," Roxbury grumbled. "I am a Lady," Julianna retorted, as she stepped behind a voluminous potted fern. "Exactly.That's what I said," he said, following her. She gasped. He grinned. Julianna is one of the four writing girls, and she is well known...
tamabam
tamabam rated it 8 years ago
My GR stats tell me I've read 27 books so far this year. Of those, I've given 5 stars to only 6 of them. A Tale of Two Lovers was one of those books. Maya Rodale is a new-to-me author, but damned if she isn't going to become an autobuy. She is seriously good.There are a number of really good rev...
BAVR Eats the Books
BAVR Eats the Books rated it 8 years ago
A Tale of Two Lovers was a bit of a wall banger for me. Rodale's a good writer, so the prose flowed well and kept me invested in the story. Sadly, the main characters in this story are HORRIBLE PEOPLE (TM). I don't mind abrasive characters. I don't even mind characters with problematic personalities...
Lisa/Rogues Under the Covers
Lisa/Rogues Under the Covers rated it 9 years ago
Lady Julianna Somerset has worked hard after her husbands scandalous death to make her name proper and she has succeeded for the most part. Julianna reports on gossip and is the mysterious Lady of Distinction and one of her most reported on persons is the notorious rake, Lord Simon Roxsbury. Just af...
The Romanceaholic
The Romanceaholic rated it 9 years ago
This is a Quickie Review. For the full review, please visit The Romanceaholic.Expected Release Date: Available Now!Publisher: HarperCollinsImprint: AvonAuthor’s Website: http://www.mayarodale.com/My Source for This Book: Amazon.comPart of a Series: Yes, Book 2, Writing GirlSeries Best Read In Order:...
Between the Pages
Between the Pages rated it 9 years ago
I had some issues with this book. It's just that I was disappointed a bit by it. See, I love romances where hate turns to passion which leads them to discover they are actually falling in love. I think it's my Pride and Prejudice loving heart that always brings me back to this. And after reading the...
Wit and Sin
Wit and Sin rated it 9 years ago
1.5 starsMy review cross-posted from Joyfully Reviewed: http://www.joyfullyreviewed.com/new-reviews/a-tale-of-two-lovers-by-maya-rodaleThe rakish Lord Roxbury is a godsend to someone like Lady Julianna Somerset, gossip columnist for The London Weekly. And when Julianna spies Roxbury in a scandalous...
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