Everything and the Moon
Publish date: December 4th 2008
Publisher: Piatkus Books
Pages no: 384
Edition language: English
Series: The Lyndon Sisters (#1)
I hate the trope where the hero does the exact same thing as the villain, but it's oh so romantic and sweet because Alphas. Ugh."Father, how could you attempt to keep me and my love apart? I know you don't trust her, but I do and we will make our own decisions. I shant speak to you ever again for th...
Ohhhh!This was a lovely read! I really liked it! There were a few moments where I wanted to hang Victoria from a ceiling, but altogether it was a very good story, full of Quinn's quirky comments and humor.Plot: Two lovers who have plans to elope have their dreams shattered by parents that think they...
Twee misogynist garbage.
The two Lyndon sisters books are some of the funniest historic romance I've ever read.
Enchanting romance! Victoria and Robert's elopement is thwarted by both their fathers, except neither knows the full set of circumstances. She thinks that he only wanted to seduce her and leave her -- after all, she's just the daughter of the local vicar. He thinks that she was only after his money ...
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