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Teller of Tales

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A GAME WITHOUT RULES ...

All of London knew Lord Raines as a charming rake and a veteran of the Napoleonic Wars who was no stranger to lush pleasures. Yet the disenchanted nobleman soon discovered that Jenner Page was more blatantly honest in her passions than anyone he had ever known.

With boyish garb hiding her shattered past and shielding her against the future, Jenner Pa
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Paperback, 298 pages
Published February 1st 1993 by Harlequin
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Jami
Mar 24, 2012 Jami rated it did not like it
By far one of the WORST romance books I ever read.

First off, everything goes too fast and is far too disjointed. One paragraph seems to instantly contradict the last.

Second there's the character. Jenner/Jennifer was brutally raped when she was 15 and gave birth to a stillborn child. Yet she jumps right into sex with Lacey Raines. I don't care that she had a passionate affair with a highwayman after her rape, no woman who's been assaulted in any form just jumps into sex without some flashbacks a
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Aug 12, 2016 Spazfungus rated it did not like it
Sadly, I wanted to like this book, but just wasn't able to muster up enough energy to. It wasn't bad, merely mediocre. No witty bantering (it was more of a half-hearted attempt at teasing) no motive behind the hero's action (or lack of action in actually winning and keeping the girl) the villains were incompetent and didn't put up much of a fight, even the supposedly steamy scenes were more muggy than anything else (bounce in delight?). Jenner is an amazing heroine, sadly the hero wasn't up to ...more
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Jan 13, 2012 MissyLynne rated it really liked it
The first romance novel I ever read.
I got this book along with a bunch of other romance novels for free at the end of a library sale back in the late 90s.
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Barbara J. Miller started writing romances because she was running out of reading material and all her copies of her Georgette Heyer novels were becoming dog-eared. By day she works as a business analyst; by night she runs a retirement home for aged horses, dogs and cats. On the week-ends she spends a lot of time in Regency England, creating heroes and heroines to fight the Napoleonic Wars, shock ...more
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