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Love Is Blind - Lynsay Sands
Love Is Blind
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Notoriously klutzy and completely blind without her glasses, lovely Lady Clarissa Crambray catches the eye of scarred Napoleonic war veteran Adrian Montfort, Earl of Mowbray, who views her as a delightful challenge--and the perfect candidate for becoming his wife.
Notoriously klutzy and completely blind without her glasses, lovely Lady Clarissa Crambray catches the eye of scarred Napoleonic war veteran Adrian Montfort, Earl of Mowbray, who views her as a delightful challenge--and the perfect candidate for becoming his wife.
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Format: mass market paperback
ISBN: 9780843955002 (0843955007)
Publisher: Leisure Books
Pages no: 342
Edition language: English
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For the Love of Books
For the Love of Books rated it
5.0 Love Is Blind (Leisure Historical Romance)
I liked the relationship between the characters
Ilze
Ilze rated it
2.0 Lynsay Sands' "Love is Blind"
I read this one because it had good reviews from other readers whose opinions I value. But it didn't work for me - there are some good moments but the whole thing is basically implausible. I'm very short-sighted myself so I know that the heroine's genuine mishaps would just not happen that way, and ...
Katiebabs Library of Books
Katiebabs Library of Books rated it
4.0 Love Is Blind (Leisure Historical Romance)
A bit corny but adorable. One of her best.
mctclover
mctclover rated it
4.5 stars. I adored both the hero and heroine here. They were sweet, adorable together and complemented each other perfectly. Just when it seemed the wicked stepmother got too over the top, she showed some vulnerability, so thay went well for me, too. I guessed the whodunnit in this very light myste...
Danielle's Reading Adventures
Danielle's Reading Adventures rated it
4.0
I thought this was a cute book, and I enjoyed reading it. It's nice to read a romance where you actually like both the hero and the heroine. I could sympathize with their self-consciousness about their perceived flaws. Poor Clarissa thought she'd be rejected by her husband because she looked ugly ...
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