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Fallen Angel

3.68 of 5 stars 3.68  ·  rating details  ·  60 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Should she allow him to get close?

Nicholas Pencarrow, Duke of Westbourne, is intrigued by the woman who saves his life and then vanishes. Queries as to her identity turn up the name of Brenna Stanhope, although every attempt to make contact with this beautiful mystery lady is politely rebuffed.

Brenna has a dark secret she must keep buried, so she has built a respectable, u
ebook, 304 pages
Published September 1st 2005 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published January 12th 2005)
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Grade: C+

“He’s the problem, don’t you see? I can’t love him and I can’t not love him, and he won’t let me stand up any place in between.”

The happy couple...

Nicholas Pencarrow is the Duke of Westbourne. Brenna Stanhope is the mysterious young woman who saves his life and then disappears.

The set-up...

The duke relentlessly tracks down his rescuer, and when he finds her managing a London orphanage, he refuses to take no for an answer.

The conflicts...

Brenna has a Tragic Past. The duke won’t take no
Sarah stevenson

The story was spellbinding and well as keeping you in suspension about what was going to happen next, will they get together or stay apart. After the marriage, will it work? Great book. I will wait for the next one.
Started this last nite (3/14/11) or rather early this morning!
So far it's quite interesting tho i find it out that the heroine/hero address each other by their 1st names.

Actually liked it very much even tho the writing was a odd at times. The romance was done very well even tho i was a bit worried when the heroine kept refusing the hero - was done very well not making her seem pig headed & plain stupid.
Diane Peterson
I enjoy Sophia James's writing. She gets the reader deeply involved in the characters. Nicholas and Brenna were great characters. They were trapped in a difficulty situation and the book was spent in resolving the situation. I enjoyed it.
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Georgette Heyer novels formed Sophia James's reading tastes as a teenager lying in the sun on her grandmother's porch overlooking a wild west-coast beach.

Her writing life, however, started in Bilbao, Spain. After having three wisdom teeth extracted she was given a pile of Mills and Boons--filled with strong painkillers she imagined that she could pen one, too.

Many drafts later she thinks she has t
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