Man of My Dreams
Wildly unpredictable, the most desirable beauty in the land, Megan Penworthy has set her amorous sights on Ambrose St. James , a man she has never met but has every intention of marrying. And no other suitor will satisfy her especially not the common, if uncommonly handsome, horse breeder, Devlin... show more
Wildly unpredictable, the most desirable beauty in the land, Megan Penworthy has set her amorous sights on Ambrose St. James , a man she has never met but has every intention of marrying. And no other suitor will satisfy her especially not the common, if uncommonly handsome, horse breeder, Devlin Jefferys. Posing as lowborn Jefferys to escape a potentially fatal confrontation, Sir Ambrose is enthralled by the brazen, duke-hunting redhead. Without revealing his true identity, he vows to seduce and tame her, thereby foiling Megan's plans to marry the man of her dreams. But the notorious rogue never imagined the enchanting schemer would turn out to be the only woman he would ever dream of marrying.
Publish date: April 3rd 2001
Pages no: 405
Edition language: English
Series: Sherring Cross (#1)
I give up. I hate this heroine. I really cannot deal with such adolescent behaviors, not in real life, not in fiction.
Rainy day - pure romance - read. I grew up reading Johanna Lindsey, and just love her early work. My all time fave though would have to be 'Man of my Dreams' A sassy gorgeous heroine, slightly spoilt but good at heart, meets her match in a strong confident man. They verbally spar and whilst they...
Ugh. Where do I start? OK, first off, the premise is ridiculous: a duke in Victoria's England caught in a scandal needs to lay low for a while. So he hides on a local squire's estate as a stable boy? And brings blood stock with him to make it look like they're starting a stud farm? You know, there...
this was an interesting one, with a strong female and a strong male, yet both had their soft sides, and this lead to a lot of miscommunication, ALOT.Enjoyed this read
This is one of those books that I can only enjoy under one of two circumstances. I would either have to be 12, completely inexperienced in matters of romance and not very picky when it comes to literature, or read it in a language that's my... fourth. It's too late for option no 1, so yay for option...