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by Loretta Chase
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jmihalik
jmihalik rated it 7 years ago
This one was pretty good. I haven't read any others in the series, but it does a decent job as a standalone book.
DemonessTenebrae
DemonessTenebrae rated it 7 years ago
Splendid. I think it's the best one from Carsington Brothers Series. The second favorite book from Loretta Chase (the first one naturally being Lord of Scoundrels). It has everything to captivate me. Great characters, interesting storyline, perfect mood and excellent scenery. It is passionate and ir...
Love Letters
Love Letters rated it 8 years ago
Hilarious dialogue in this one. The fights between Olivia and Lisle cracked me up. Loved this one!
Immersed in Books
Immersed in Books rated it 8 years ago
Friends to lovers, fantastic slap-stick, and banter. Ghosts, moldy Scottish castles and stolen treasure.
Bookish for life
Bookish for life rated it 8 years ago
And thus ends the Carsington series, the first proper romance novel series I've read - and luckily on a high note. I started reading Loretta Chase because a) a friend recommended her as guilty pleasure reading and b) because "Mr. Impossible" was recced over and over on "Smart Bitches Trashy Books" i...
Horrorvacui000
Horrorvacui000 rated it 8 years ago
I read this at some point, but apparently didn't document it. I started reading it again only to realize how familiar it was. Go figure.
Book Hoarders Anonymous
Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 8 years ago
When last we saw Olivia and Lisle, they were a couple of teen/preteens in Lord Perfect. Normally, this would bother me as I *really* don't like reading about my H/h's childhood as it happens. Much as my kids would prefer to believe that my personal H and I are sexless drones, I would rather not kn...
karenf
karenf rated it 9 years ago
I would like Loretta Chase to follow me around and tell me what to say so I could be as witty as one of her books. I think if I had read this book without reading Lord Perfect I may have found Olivia a bit annoying. But having "met" her as a child in the book, she's now simply herself. Lisle and ...
Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it 9 years ago
Olivia’s self-proclaimed calling card.★★★★ ½ stars! What an entertaining book this is! Olivia Wingate-Carsington’s off on another tangent adventure Noble Quest and Peregrine Dalmay, Earl of Lisle, is in pursuit. Only this time she is no longer a skinny, awkward, freckle-faced little girl; now she...
trewen
trewen rated it 9 years ago
3 1/2 stars rounding upThis started strong then just....leveled out for me. It wasn't bad but it didn't capture me like some of Chase's stories do.I really liked all the characters, especially Ladies Cooper and Withcote. Even the servants were interesting. The plot was pretty good, it kept me engage...
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