Publish date: October 6th 2009
Publisher: Berkley Books
Pages no: 304
Edition language: English
I love these regency's that don't play out in London. Here we have a kind of road adventure romance across Turkey and Syria of the more serious kind. The romance and love between the H/h wasn't in question here, they declare pretty early, but its more about the road on how to get to be together and ...
3.5 stars. Ah well - this one was terrific for the most part, but the ending, when they were back in England, kind of fizzled. Why on earth does Crosshaven have to make such a lame and meaningless re-appearance? And the coincidence of *both* of the main characters being believed to be dead when they...
This was an excellent historical romance and something a bit out of the ordinary.In this beauty and the beast kind of story, I found the characters of Sabine and Foye fascinating and highly sympathetic, both hiding their true selves from the world, with love being the last thing on either of their m...
It wouldn't be fair to give this book a rating as I skimmed through a great deal of it. Indiscreet started well enough but my interest started to wane on Goddard and Sabine's trip to Nazim Pasha's.
Carolyn Jewel's Indiscreet follows Edward Marrack, the Marquess of Foye, and Sabine Goddard through the sands of Turkey and Syria during the early Regency. Foye became aware of Sabine a year prior to the start of the story, via a boast by his friend, the Earl of Crosshaven, that he had seduced Miss ...
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