Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a Lord
Since being named “London's Lord to Land” by a popular ladies' magazine, Nicholas St. John has been relentlessly pursued by every matrimony-minded female in the ton. So when an opportunity to escape fashionable society presents itself, he eagerly jumps—only to land in the path of the most... show more
Since being named “London's Lord to Land” by a popular ladies' magazine, Nicholas St. John has been relentlessly pursued by every matrimony-minded female in the ton. So when an opportunity to escape fashionable society presents itself, he eagerly jumps—only to land in the path of the most determined, damnably delicious woman he's ever met! The daughter of a titled wastrel, Lady Isabel Townsend has too many secrets and too little money. Though she is used to taking care of herself quite handily, her father's recent passing has left Isabel at sea and in need of outside help to protect her young brother's birthright. The sinfully handsome, eminently eligible Lord Nicholas could be the very salvation she seeks. But the lady must be wary and not do anything reckless and foolish…like falling madly, passionately in love.
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: October 26th 2010
Pages no: 357
Edition language: English
, European Literature
, British Literature
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Womens Fiction
, Chick Lit
, Regency Romance
Series: Love By Numbers (#2)
Title: Ten Ways to Be Adored When Landing a LordAuthor: Sarah MacLeanGenre: Historical RomanceYear Published: 2010Number of Pages: 357 pagesDate Read: 4/15/2011Series: Love By Numbers #2Publisher: Avon Source: LibraryContent Rating: Ages 18+ (Sex Scenes) After reading the first book in Sarah...
I have two gripes about this series: one, the titles are ridiculously long to type out; two, I don't have the next book in my hands RIGHT NOW.But the titles are FUN. I get serious giggles every time it rhymes in my head. No, I'm not drunk. And I've already requested my library copy. Duke of Leighton...
Started out better than the last book but then ended worse. Another one of my pet peeves alive and well - the woman who refuses help to the detriment of all. I am all for a strong woman; kicking ass and taking names; but when everything is failing and you need help, for the love of gawd, take the he...
Although I loved the characters in this one, their romance which originally started out very steamy, fell flat due to unnecessary drama. MacLean did a great job of avoiding this with her predecessor, but this novel struggled with finding that line between depth and silliness, especially during the l...
3 starsThis is hard. To review. Because I wasn't impressed with the story not until when it came to an end. Lord Nicholas is so charming I fell hard for him. Lady Isabel is likeable enough but she is so stubborn it was uber infuriating I wanted to smack her head.I loved first book but this one, it f...