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No Other Love (Lost Heirs #3)

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Urgently on her way to the earl of Exmoor's estate, Nicola Falcourt's carriage is waylaid by a notorious highwayman known as The Gentleman. But there is nothing gentlemanly about the masked bandit's breathless kiss. The stranger believes Nicola is the wife of Richard Montford, earl of Exmoor, whom he despises and is intent on destroying. But he could not be more mistaken, ...more
Paperback, 411 pages
Published August 1st 2007 by Harlequin Books (first published January 1st 2001)
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Denise

The conclusion to the Montford Heirs series. This is the story of Jack/John, the 3rd missing child of Lord and Lady Exmoor, who was sent by his mother, Simone, with his sisters 20 years prior. She sent them with a locket for each of her daughters and for her son, the family ring of the Earls of Exmoor which belongs to the children's father. Simone's plan is to bring the children to her trusted un-named friend so she can get them safely out of Paris in the middle of the Revolution.
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Christine
Oct 08, 2010 Christine rated it really liked it
Shelves: romance
This review is for the entire trilogy, which unlike many romance series, should be read in order.

Here's the setup: 22 years ago, the three children of the Earl of Exmoor (2 girls and 1 boy) were supposedly killed during the French Revolution, along with their parents. The earldom went to a distant cousin while their grandmother, the dowager countess, mourned the loss of most of her family.

Enter Alexandra Ward fro mthe first book, the spitting image of her mother. She was raised in the United S
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Cristina Contilli
"Jack faceva parte di lei così com'era stato fin dall'inizio e così come sarebbe stato sempre... quello che stava succedendo tra loro era stato inevitabile fin dal momento in cui Jack aveva fermato la sua carrozza."

Avevo conosciuto una Camp in versione rosa paranormale e soprattutto in un romanzo legato ai misteri degli Inca e quindi ambientato in gran parte in Sud America e ritrovarla in panni regency mi ha fatto un effetto di salto temporale e stilistico notevole... e poi non per sopravvalutar
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Tabetha Waite
Feb 04, 2013 Tabetha Waite rated it really liked it
I felt this was a perfect end to the Montford Heirs trilogy! After reading this book, I recall that I had read it a few years ago and certain parts of it I remembered, though I liked it just as well this round as I had then, for how can you go wrong with a highwayman? In regards to love lost, then returned, as well as a dash of mystery, this is a great story and when the main villian through it all finally gets his comeuppance in the end, you truly feel that all's well that ends well :)
Jennifer M. Smith
May 08, 2011 Jennifer M. Smith rated it it was amazing
i honestly loved this book. it is the third in the series finishes with a bang- quite literally when the bad guy is shot and killed! i think it was my favorite simply because i had grown fond of both lead characters and i think ms. camp did the characters justice by giving them a wonderful back story of intrigue, kidnapping, murder, mistaken identities, revenge and love lost... <3
Mercedes
Jul 06, 2014 Mercedes rated it really liked it
Nicola fell in love with Gil Martin, the stable boy but Richard Exmoor put an end to that when Gil fell to his death or so Nicola believed for the past ten years. On her way to visit her sister Deborah who ended up marrying the despicable Richard, Nicola was held up by a highwayman known as the "Gentleman". Such a great novel of twist and turns with some laughs. Read to find out more.
penelopewanders
This is the third in the Montford heirs (or Lost lords?) series... and picks up immediately from the end of the previous book. It loops the loop so I'm guessing this is the last. It reads well - it took me longer to read than usual because I left it behind while off on a trip. The book got damp at some point so although it's perfectly legible, the pages are rather warped.
Chris Conrad
THE LOST HEIRS

Nice trilogy of light reading. Predictably of coarse. Character development is good. Typical erotic scenes. It was nice to follow the characters in the twists and turns through the three books.
Staci
Sep 05, 2010 Staci rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
This story has plot elements from both The Princess Bride and The Notebook so if you liked either of those you might also like this. A nice historical romance although it sometimes refers to events that happened in previous books in a confusing way.
Manuela
Feb 27, 2011 Manuela rated it did not like it  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: cvl, storico
Inverosimile e scontato nei colpi di scena e nelle coincidenze. Forzato e senza senso,in una parola brutto. Credo che la mia esperienza con questa autrice si esaurisca qui.
Seema
The third in a series..too many references to the first two books..it was confusing..story was interesting.
Pam
Nov 04, 2007 Pam rated it really liked it
3rd of the 3 children thought dead. This one is the boy who was raised by a tavern girl. He grows to be a highwayman and is in the storys of the other 2 girls. I liked these books.
Diana Senn
Jan 20, 2014 Diana Senn rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: female romance readers
Interesting story, girl is mistaken for the mistress of an estate by a highwayman, but there are secrets on both sides. There is a lot of thrills and high level intrigue.
GOOD READ
Stasha
Nov 11, 2007 Stasha rated it liked it
Shelves: fluff
Okay, it's been awhile since I've had the lady of the manor go after the stableboy in a bodice ripper. But, he was worth it.
Jody
Feb 05, 2012 Jody rated it really liked it
Really good finish to the series, even if it is getting slightly predictable. Love that it left no loose ends.
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Candace Camp is the New York Times bestselling author of over sixty books.

Her first novel, *Bonds of Love*, was published by Jove Publishing in 1978, under the pseudonym Lisa Gregory. Two pseudonyms (Kristin James and Sharon Stephens)and many books later, Candace writes under her own name Candace Camp and still loves creating stories.

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