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A Certain Reputation

3.87 of 5 stars 3.87  ·  rating details  ·  23 ratings  ·  7 reviews
Trying to get by when her husband dies in disgrace, Anne de Montforte must defend herself against local gossip, a father-in-law who tries to take her sons away, and a lord who wants to take advantage of Anne's tarnished reputation.

The Duke of Danger

Dazzlingly beautiful Anne de Montforte was besieged by scandal. Her titled husband had died in disgrace, and she was left wit
Paperback, 224 pages
Published April 1st 1995 by Signet
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Ana T.
And another new to me author to end this week of traditional regency reading. I'm happy to say it was a good read and I hope to read a few more of her books in the future.

She was no better than she should be, according to the Duke of Buckingham's uncle. She had somehow tricked the Duke's ne'er-do-well cousin into marriage under havey-cavey circumstances and now refused to hand over her son to his grandfather's custody after her husband's death. Still, she certainly would be no match for the powe
Wow! Intense, angsty, fantastic. A real emotional punch packed into a short "traditional Regency". The 2 main protagonists start out with a strong dislike towards each other, mainly the fault of the hero, who starts out as an extremely unlikable character, but they both change, reveal their better sides and grow towards each other. The hero almost throws it all away near the end in a very nasty and mostly unjustified rant at the heroine, but he manages to redeem himself quite nicely by the end.
An emotional story of a young mother's struggle to withstand the power of her vengeful father-in-law to gain custody of her children. Wrongfully adjudged a "strumpet" and a "doxy", the heroine's genuine goodness and innocence ultimately shines through the veil of lies and wins the heart of a wealthy Duke.
Jul 15, 2015 Heidi rated it 2 of 5 stars
Shelves: dnf
Well written, but I disliked the hero.
Shabby Girl ~ aka Lady Victoria
A well written regency. Quite angsty with the heroine a really nice woman continually misjudged by the hero. If any book ever needed a good grovel this would be it, after the hero wigged out near the end. I feel that this book was let down a bit by the lack thereof. I did enjoy it though.
Who does angsty bitterness better than Lange. Mix up pride, darling twins, a proud, impoverished widow and a powerful duke and you have an absorbing tale indeed.

Even though this is more a 4 1/2 stars, it's very much on my re-read circuit.
Abby Mabil
the book was about love
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