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A Devilish Dilemma

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An Exceptional Young Lady ...And An Earl With A Reputation For Danger

When Miss Minerva Potts cried off her engagement to the self-absorbed Lord Whithall, she vowed not to marry at all, or if she must, she would choose as the gentlemen obviously did--for comfort, prestige, and convenience. Then she met Chadwick Brunfield, Earl of Rossland. Known as the Devil's Delight, the...more
Paperback, 288 pages
Published January 1st 1998 by Zebra
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Christopher
The novel has much to recommend it in terms of dialogue and humor, although the frivolity started to annoy me after a while. The hero especially. After a quarter of the book, he sees the heroine only as a great gun and laughs at situations that aren't lighthearted. The hero's friend is even worse, a chump that runs away whenever his wife cries.

And then after rescuing a fourteen year old from a life of prostitution, the hero kisses the girl on the lips - which I found distasteful in the extreme.

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Qnpoohbear
Miss Minerva Potts is a singularly unremarkable young lady but that doesn't mean she has to put up with her future husband burying her in the country while he carouses in London. So Mina calls off the engagement with Lord Whithall and runs out of a party and into the streets where she's rescued by a handsome, charming young gentleman, the Devil's Delight himself, the Earl of Rossland. Chadwick Brumfield has the worst reputation in London. He's known as the Devil's Delight because everything he d...more
Lokien
A real fast pace witty love story.This one had everything, a sperned fiance, spys, kiddnapping, cazy relatives and bad ton reputations. needless to say...I loved it! deffinatly one for the shelf.
Cindy
I enjoyed this book. It starts with Minerva being humiliated when she overhears her fiance talking about what a stupid, biddable wife she will be. She rushes off in tears and runs right into the Earl of Rossland. Lots of intrigue and plotting in this one. I actually enjoyed it quite a bit, until the end. The horrible French accents grated on my nerves. Other than that, it was pretty good.
Mary23nm
Very enjoyable story. Started out great but got a little slow in the middle. G-rated. I would definitely read more by this author.
Victoria
My favorite of Lansdowne's stories...so far. Her heroes are always comical, yet good and honest, men.
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Since the publication of Amelia's Intrigue in 1995, Judith A. Lansdowne's Regency romances have received critical acclaim, garnered awards and entertained thousands of romance readers. Ms. Lansdowne began writing full-time in 1992, but it was only after her daughter introduced her to Regency romances that her work was published.

She grew up in Kenosha, Wisconsin. Following graduation from St. Josep...more
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