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Samantha (Barrett #2)

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One woman embarks on the adventure of a lifetime when she meets a man with irrepressible passion and a penchant for peril

Samantha Barrett is looking for a hero. He can’t be just any man, but one worthy of her girlish fantasies. Dashing. Dangerous. Forbidden. Exactly like the mesmerizingly handsome stranger who just strode into the smoky tavern. Except he isn’t a stranger...more
ebook, 354 pages
Published October 2nd 2012 by Open Road Media Romance (first published January 1st 1994)
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Frances Fuller
If you are going to write a Regency, at least do some historical research. Author was throwing around 200,000 pounds in an age where 10,000 a year, Mr. Darcy, was considered a fortune. Even worse, she had the heroine waltzing at Almack's, at her debut, in an emerald dress, when only white was allowed, and even worse, she was waltzing without one of the patronessess giving her permission! For those who do not read Regencies, these are minor mistakes, but I do, and they are major, and do not even...more
Janelle Fluharty
No one does reformed rake and guileless heroine better than Andrea Kane. The follow up to My Heart's Desire, Andrea Kane delivers Sammy's long-awaited happy ending in an exciting tale of passion and intrigue set against the backdrop of the 19th century shipping industry. And, I suspect any woman who grew up reading romance novels voraciously and dreaming of happily-ever-after will see a glimpse of herself in Sammy. A fantsatic read - I highly recommend!
I've never heard of this author before so obviously this is my first book of hers. I started this book with skepticism as I just DNF-ed one other first read from an author. I didn't prepare to actually love it. It is a fun book, and left you sighing once every time, wishing a hero like Remington actually exists. I would like to recommend this to fans of sweet love story. But I do wish Samantha is older than she is in the book.
Probably really a three and a half, due to historical errors, but more enjoyable that the first in the series about her elder brother's romance.
Love this book, I feel so identify with the main character
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