Guarding a Notorious Lady
Exquisite trouble . . . A woman of pristine breeding, Lady Rosalind Devine is also an unrepentant meddler and snoop— which is why her brother refuses to leave her to her own devices while on his wedding trip. But Rosalind will not make things easy for any unseen, unwanted “nursemaid”—and vows to... show more
Exquisite trouble . . . A woman of pristine breeding, Lady Rosalind Devine is also an unrepentant meddler and snoop— which is why her brother refuses to leave her to her own devices while on his wedding trip. But Rosalind will not make things easy for any unseen, unwanted “nursemaid”—and vows to use her considerable wiles to expose her mystery guardian. Nicholas Kincaid, the Marquess of Winterbourne, agreed to secretly guard his friend’s spoiled, stubborn sister, though her infuriating penchant for mischief is causing him to question his decision. Though bound by the rules of society—and friendship— Rosalind’s spirit and sensuality have sparked a fierce desire in Nicholas to play a very different role in her life, one that entails passion, ecstasy . . . and unavoidable scandal.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: May 31st 2011
Pages no: 372
Edition language: English
Series: Devine & Friends (#3)
I like Olvia Parker. Her first book was greatAt the Bride Hunt Ball. I looked forward to reading about the Devine family because they seemed to be interesting. I liked her second book To Wed a Wicked Earl because I'm a sucker for wallflowers and rakes.Sigh.This is the third novel in the series. This...
Rosalind Devine has been in love with her brother Gabriel's best friend since she was seventeen years old. While she's never been without the attention of men of the Ton, she's only had eyes for Nicholas Kincaid. She's resolved herself to matching others with their soul mates, determined not to li...
So, it's been a long time (well, okay, about a month), since I've read a historical romance novel and about two months since I read one I loved. And then this book came along on my reading schedule (I seriously have a schedule these days, it's crazy) and I really, really enjoyed it.I had almost forg...
I enjoyed this book very much. It is a light-hearted regency romance novel written in modern dialogue. The plot of this story was quite simple and straightforward, with no unexpected twists, no nasty villain, no sadness, no tortured hero, no abuse....etc etc. Great book for a lazy beach/pool day.