And The Miss Ran Away With The Rake
From New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Boyle’s popular Rhymes with Love series, comes And the Miss Ran Away with the Rake, a fast-paced, sensual historical romance.Miss Daphne Dale isn’t looking for love, but when she reads an advertisement looking for a “sensible lady,” she can’t... show more
From New York Times bestselling author Elizabeth Boyle’s popular Rhymes with Love series, comes And the Miss Ran Away with the Rake, a fast-paced, sensual historical romance.Miss Daphne Dale isn’t looking for love, but when she reads an advertisement looking for a “sensible lady,” she can’t resist. The tender dialogue with the mysterious “Mr. Dishforth” is a welcome respite from the time she must spend with Lord Henry Seldon, an infuriating rogue she can’t stop thinking about. Which one will capture her heart?RITA Award–winning author Elizabeth Boyle offers up another magical story filled with sensuality, passion, and wit. A sexy page turner, And the Miss Ran Away with the Rake is a lively and clever romance that you won’t want to put down.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: March 26th 2013
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
Series: Rhymes With Love (#2)
What can I say but that I loved this book! It is very funny, to the point where I was having my husband read bits of it because I couldn't explain through my laughter. While the ""meet-cute"" is unconventional to say the least, it was quite engaging to watch these two interact with one another. T...
And the Miss Ran away with the Rake is my favorite of the series so far.It was fun watching Daphne and Henry fall for each other in real life while trying desperately not to do just that because of their family connections. I felt like this relationship had more heat and passion than in the first b...
DNF. I disliked both main characters and their ridiculous family feud. I made it 76% of the way through the book through sheer force of will (and with a great deal of skimming) to see what happens when they find out who the other is, only for Henry to seduce her without telling her. Meh. That wa...
Thought it was a fun, light, delightful read.
This book was slow in the beginning and I found myself skimming but it really picked up and I ended up liking it. Not as much as the first book but still enjoyable. Looking forward to Harriet and Roxley's story. The glimpses we've gotten of them in the first two books were great.