I Kissed an Earl
“Julie Anne Long reinvents the historical romance for modern readers, delivering intense, passionate characters and high adventure. Her writing glows.”—Amanda Quick I Kissed an Earl is another installment in rapidly rising star Julie Anne Long’s sensual and emotionally charged Pennyroyal Green... show more
“Julie Anne Long reinvents the historical romance for modern readers, delivering intense, passionate characters and high adventure. Her writing glows.”—Amanda Quick I Kissed an Earl is another installment in rapidly rising star Julie Anne Long’s sensual and emotionally charged Pennyroyal Green series, centered around the longstanding feud of the wealthy Eversea and Redmond families of Pennyroyal Green, Sussex. I Kissed an Earl absolutely brims with romance, adventure, and, of course, intense passion, as a beautiful, willful Regency lady searching for her lost brother stows away on a sailing ship—and ends up enchanting the vessel’s highborn, hard-headed Captain.
Publish date: June 29th 2010
Publisher: Harper Collins, Inc.
Pages no: 382
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Regency Romance
Series: Pennyroyal Green (#4)
Ah...........my very few 4 stars, given to this book. This book reminded me dearly of Teresa Medeiros' Thief of Hearts, which I love and treasure. Good characters that I like well enough, story starting slowly but certainly improved after they have been at sea, attraction very very palpable. All in ...
The first book in Julie Anne Long's Pennyroyal Green series, The Perils of Pleasure, is one of my favorite historical romance novels ever, but as I've been reading the rest of the series (not in order, which is fine, since mostly the books stand alone), I've found them all over the map. Most are sol...
*sigh* I wanted to love this one. I wanted to love it despite this horrid cover. I wanted to love it because it was about chasing pirates and there was family drama and betrayal.But I couldn't do it. I fooled myself for, oh, half the book before I couldn't hide my head in the sad anymore.The Story:I...
Violet Redmond, even though she loves her family, tends to feel smothered too much by them, so aching for adventures, she secretly boards a ship in search of her missing brother who is rumored to be a pirate and one who has been sinking ships and taking cargo. Unwilling to believe that her brother w...
This is overall a good romance with an interesting plot and witty dialogue. What's holds me back from liking it as much as others by this author is mainly the heroine. This is entirely a "taste" thing. She's not inconsistently written or any other issue. Violet is simply a heroine type that I do...
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