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Auctioned Virgin to Seduced Bride (The Transformation of the Shelley Sisters #1.5)

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"London, 1814"Innocent Laurel Vernon is living a nightmare after being kidnapped and put up for auction in one of London's most notorious brothels. Only the memory of private enquiry agent Patrick Jago gives her strength. Even though she only knew him for a few days, Patrick made her feel both protected and weak with desire.

When Laurel sees Patrick among the brothel's clie...more
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Published July 1st 2011 by Harlequin Historical Undone (first published January 1st 2011)
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This is basically a side story to the author's series The Transformation of the Shelley Sisters, which I haven't read. Honestly for someone who is so insistent on reading things in order this is becoming a theme in my reviews! Anyway it doesn't really matter much as you can understand what has gone before from the story itself. I love the way the author explains why she wrote the story - in one of her books Patrick explained to the heroine that he had been delayed in London for a few days and so...more
This was a short novella to tie up the loose ends of Allen's "Shelley Sisters" series. Patrick Jago was the agent hired to find the sisters. This is his story of finding love. It is nothing more than a sexual romp in 5 chapters.
Stevie Carroll
A short eBook-only story to tie in with the Shelley Sisters series, and featuring two minor characters from the first book. A fun read, but I think I prefer the novel-length stories by this author.
Lavinia Kent
Fast and Fun read. I found some of the emotional changes to quick -- which is necessary in a novella, but I still wanted more motivation. I am planning to read Louise Allen's other books.
Sarah Peacock
Easy reading short story. Not much to it but an addictive read.
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This author also writes under the name Francesca Shaw.

I have had my nose buried in a history book - fact or fiction - for as long as I can remember, but even more important to me are the places and the objects that conjure up the past. My first attempt at historical fiction...more
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