The Pretender (Liar's Club, #1)
Pages no: 388
Edition language: English
, Adult Fiction
, Historical Fiction
, Historical Romance
, Spy Thriller
, Romantic Suspense
, Regency Romance
Series: Liar's Club (#1)
The Pretender by Celeste Bradley Book 1 of The Liar's Club Rule #1: Never fall in love. She had a secret she'd do anything to hide. Agatha Cunnington, a headstrong beauty from the country, has come to London in search of her missing brother James. The only clue she has is a cryptic letter sign...
The book started great. The chimneysweep of a hero totally had my attention and I love Simon for a name for my hero, a close second to Harry, my all time favorite. But I digress. Then Agatha happened. Oh, overly bold, lying, plump, virgin-turned-harlot, love-being-on-top, Simon-jumping Agatha. Very ...
I was a little unsure of this book at first, not because it was slow at first or anything (the first pages takes the reader right into the action) but because it is the first book in a series and those always seem to be a hit or miss for me. This book being a hit for me isn't really that big of a s...
Took me a bit, mostly because I got smacked down by a vile headache, but...Ms Bradley, where were you 20 years ago, when I was so desperate for humor in my romances that I read Catherine Coulter of the moronic heroines and asshat heroes because they were occasionally funny? Gaaah....So our h is on ...
3 1/2 starsThis was my first Celeste Bradley.It wasn't bad, but only a small chunk held my interest.Simon is a spy who came across as a bit amateurish and made too many assumptions.And his character fell flat for me.I loved Agatha. She was funny and wasn't caught up in propriety.The two were good to...
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