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by Laura Lee Guhrke
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Bambbles Rambles
Bambbles Rambles rated it 7 years ago
The second book in the Abandoned at the Altar series, Scandal of the Year lets us follow the tale of my two favorite people from the first book, Julia and Aiden. I didn't really like the first book all that much, but was still excited to read this. The two characters were already interesting and I w...
jmihalik rated it 7 years ago
Started out good but kind of petered out. I was skimming heavily by the end.
Ilze rated it 8 years ago
The hero of the story is a fine man, but the heroine - she's supposed to be tortured and troubled. Only problem is, she's brought all of her troubles onto herself (divorce, horrible husband, huge debts) and compounded them through her own carelessness and thoughtlessness. Even though she is supposed...
heidenkind rated it 9 years ago
Well, it was better than the last Loretta Chase novel, anyway.
Bows & Bullets Book Blog
Bows & Bullets Book Blog rated it 9 years ago
::sighs contently::Why, oh why, have I waited so long to read another historical romance novel? Seriosuly, I know many of you won't understand it, but it's like comimg home. I think it's because no matter what, I know when I start one it will have a happy ending and it will make me laugh and smile...
Romance Books Reviews & Treats
Romance Books Reviews & Treats rated it 9 years ago
Unconventional divorcee asks conservative duke for employment due to her large debts. Hero hires her as his social secretary to help him find a suitable wife. Their frequent contact makes it harder for Hero to resist his strong & long-time attraction to her. He's been in love with her since they 1st...
rubya rated it 9 years ago
I liked this one although I felt the ending and resolution to be a bit rushed. Also, I didn't buy it that after what she had been through, she could make a decision to simply change her mind and let go of all her trauma and issues so easily. I wanted more angst, I guess.
willaful rated it 10 years ago
Since reading Wedding of the Season, I’ve been looking forward to the story of Aidan -- a priggish duke who gets tiddly much too easily has a lot of entertaining potential. But although those factors do play into the plot, this didn’t turn out to be the “bad girl makes the good boy loosen up” theme ...
Carpe Librum
Carpe Librum rated it 10 years ago
With this book Laura Lee Guhrke goes a little deeper into the psyche and pain of her characters than she has in her previous books, and it’s worth it. There were times in this book I felt LLG had painted herself into a corner and I would never truly like the heroine (she broke one of my romance “do...
Malin rated it 10 years ago
Scandal of the Year is a sequel of sorts to Wedding of the Season, and in it, the man jilted in the previous book, Aidan Carr, the Duke of Thathen, finally finds his Duchess, but only after yet another broken engagement. While his first engagement was broken once he found Lady Beatrix Danbury in the...
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