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A Limited Engagement

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As Miss Luce of Luxton Hall, Miranda always expected to make her debut at Almack's. But when her father's death leaves her penniless, the spirited young miss decides to embark on a career as an actress at her brother-in-law Edward's theater, rather than become a dependent poor relative or worse, a wife. When Edward is wrongly arrested for debts, Miranda and her sister Mary...more
Paperback, 240 pages
Published January 30th 2008 by Ellora's Cave (first published August 2nd 2007)
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This is in essence what a regency romance book should be. It is cute, funny and has a wonderfully sweet romance. Miranda is a great character with strength and appeal. Her willingness to do what she needs to and not give in to the fate dealt to her is admirable. Justin is sweet and shows wonderful growth and is a great hero. His drive to gain access to his fortune and leave London is admirable and creates an unusual situation. Their romance is sweet and fun and toe-tingling. The various side cha...more
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The romance was sweet and a few of the side characters where delectably detestable. I detected hints of Heyer in the author's attention to historical detail and in wrapping the main characters into a convoluted scheme with a sense of humor in the unfolding drama.
It's difficult to evaluate any regency romance against the incomparable Georgette Heyer's stories, which are my standard.
This novel is a light, romantic read. Just what I expected.
I thought this was a cute story, good clean romance. It ends just like you think it should and is a quick easy read. Great for laying out on a beach chair :)
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