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Miss Gordon's Mistake

3.32  ·  Rating Details ·  28 Ratings  ·  6 Reviews
The Hateful Lord Haverville

Lovely Miss Kitty Gordon did not have to meet Lord Haverville to deeply detest the beastly Baron. For Haverville had forced Kitty's dearest friend, Jessica Merriman, into a monstrous marriage in name only - then left her in loveless rural solitude while he savored the sins of the city.

Kitty vowed to force Haverville to give Jessica back her free
Paperback, 496 pages
Published March 1st 1991 by Signet
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BUR 2012
Jul 30, 2015 BUR 2012 rated it it was ok
Shelves: kidnapping, idiotic
Do not, as I did, trust the positive reviews on what a fun story this is. This book's plot is entirely idiotic and filled with asinine characters. Every one of the characters, save the poor hero, is two-dimensional and seems fitting for the theatre.

**Summary - skip if you want to read my opinion**
Kitty Gordon, late of Charleston, South Carolina, was forced to go live with her aunt in London when her father died, but she tires of the London life and wants to return home. Her aunt, however, wants
Tami (synchro from BL)
DNF at 38%. Couldn't go on.

It was just too silly - or as Every. Single. Person. Would. Say: 'Twas.

Yes. 'Twas. 'Twould. And everything else which sounds old-fashioned. Like "ere" instead of before.

And the totally ridiculous and hare-brained abduction theme with the mistaken identity.
Not funny. Not entertaining. Stupid and annoying.

Mar 29, 2015 Jennifer rated it it was amazing
Thoroughly enjoyable regency romance. My favorite and funniest scene is when the heroine gives the hero not one, but two purges, in revenge.
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May 11, 2014 Susannah Carleton rated it liked it
An entertaining tale of two misbegotten engagements, a reluctant hero, and an unusual heroine.
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heroine sounds idiotic. skipped for my sanity.
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A former history and English teacher, Anita Mills turned to writing in the mid-1980's. After her regency romance SCANDAL BOUND was published followed by her highly acclaimed LADY OF FIRE, Anita Mills went on to enjoy an award filled career. Her historical novels and regency short stories are ranked among the best in their respective genres. The parents of four children, Anita and her husband Larry ...more
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