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Courting an Angel (Devereux Family #5)

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There was a familiar feel in the air. She knew it well, knew exactly by whom that sensation had been provoked. But could it be? Could it really be he? He was the one man who set her soul on fire. He was also the husband that had abandoned her ten years earlier. Her name was Rob MacArthur. At the age of eight she married the fifteen-year-old marquess. Their time together ...more
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Published May 5th 2003 by eReads.com (first published January 1st 1995)
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Karen Thompson
Apr 04, 2016 Karen Thompson rated it it was amazing
I immensely enjoyed reading this book. I loved meeting the new characters, as well as revisiting the ones we already knew. Lady Rob was a well developed character that grew before my eyes, in years, bravery and self-esteem. I really liked her. The relationship between Lady Rob and Gordon was fun. An all around great book.
Amy  M. Brobst
I don't think Patricia Grasso reads her own work. On it's own, Courting an Angel is great, but she uses the same titles in To Tempt an Angel To Tempt An Angel (Douglas Trilogy, #1) by Patricia Grassoand uses the same story lines in most of the books- girl meets prince-like guy, guy falls head over heels, marries girl, and lives HEA after a few hitches- such as child(ren) out of wedlock with mistress(es) and someone wants to kill either hero or heroine or both. Very formulaic.
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My first brush with the romance genre happened in my high school junior year. I discovered Gone With the Wind and hid it behind my American history book to read during class. (The Civil War is American history.) The ambiguous ending left me dissatisfied, though. Rhett and Scarlet needed a happily-ever-after. Believing in happily-ever-afters
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“Thank ye."
“For what?"
“For bein’ who ye are."
Gabby chuckled and shook her head, saying, “And who else could I be?”
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“How does a woman gain such wisdom in only twenty-nine years?” Gordon asked, escorting her across the lawns toward the mansion.
“The same way a man does."
“Which is?"
Lady Keely cast him an ambiguous smile. “Either you are born with wisdom, my lord, or you make do
without it...”
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