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Many a meddling matron would delight in making a match between her daughter and George Winterbrook, Earl of Weymouth. But winning the dashing peer over proves frustrating at best. Few people know that the proud earl is an incurable romantic determined to marry for love or not at all. Then an eccentric divorcée kidnaps him and nearly blackmails him into a false marriage—unt ...more
Mass Market Paperback, 240 pages
Published September 3rd 2002 by Signet
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Jun 12, 2008 _inbetween_ rated it 1 of 5 stars
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TEDIOUS. Colourless characters behaving brainlessly.
A story that manages to make a promising plot into the most boring and flat non-adventure you could - or could not - imagine, which is then retold again and again and again, page after page, chapter after chapter, and again.

When the stupid boring non-descript pale "heroine" gets called intelligent, brave, wonderful, honorable, honest, lovely, talented etc. and always described as "beautiful blue eyes" and the child is lovely because she calls
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George Winterbrook, Lord Weymouth, wakes up to find himself in an unfamiliar place with his hands and feet bound. He doesn't know where he is or how he came to be there. He soon learns that he has been abducted by his friend's former wife, who wishes to coerce Weymouth into marrying her. George refuses to marry without love, but Lady Arabella is persistent and threatens George's young niece Isabelle if he doesn't comply. Beth Castleton also awakens in an unfamiliar location with a throbbing head ...more
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It's not high brow literature but it's what a romance story should be in my book. Good narrative point of view that yes moves from hero to heroine but not in a jagged way. The secondary characters are all interesting and some of them get their own book later on. The relationship between the George and Beth is lovely. They are friends first and yes there is talk but not mushy talk, It has Austen vibe (it is set at the time Austen was publishing her books). The atmosphere is lovely. I liked it. Ye ...more
Robin
Very enjoyable book. Now I have to track down the 3 other books in the series!
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Susannah Carleton discovered Regency romances at the ripe old age of 33 and promptly fell in love, since life among the ton in Regency England is such a diverting change from that of an engineer. She lives in northeast Indiana with her husband and teenage son, and when she isn't reading or writing or reviewing books, she loves to knit.
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