The Disdainful Marquis & The Abandoned Bride
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The Disdainful Marquis & The Abandoned Bride

3.33 of 5 stars 3.33  ·  rating details  ·  12 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Two delightful long out-of-print Regency romances from award winner Edith Layton are restored, repackaged, and presented together in this specially-priced volume.
Paperback, 448 pages
Published June 1st 2002 by Signet
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It's somewhere between a two and a three. Neither of the heroes were redeemed enough for me.

I love these two book packages, the editors usually do a good job of putting together two books with similar themes, so if you like one you will likely enjoy the other as well. In this case, though, the books were almost exactly the same. Poor innocent girl is suspected to be not as innocent as she seems, man decides god created him to punish her, is an ass for a bit of the book, decides to stop fighting...more
Pleasantly complicated plots and good writing. Sufficient levels of Georgette-ness.
Terrific doubleheader, especially after a run of boring wannabes.
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Edith Layton wrote her first novel when she was ten. She bought a marbleized notebook and set out to write a story that would fit between its covers. Now, an award-winning author with more than thirty novels and numerous novellas to her credit, her criteria have changed. The story has to fit the reader as well as between the covers.

Graduating from Hunter College in New York City with a degree in c...more
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