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Jul 04, 2014 QNPoohBear rated it it was ok · review of another edition
Miss Larissa Quinn is traveling from the young ladies' seminary where she has spent most of her life to stay with her aunt in the wilds of Westmoreland. When she arrives at an over-booked inn, she declares she is married to ... a stranger, Lord Randall Trent, who was traveling up the Severn on the same boat. Lord Randall knows he's a gentleman and she's safe with him, but what if he wasn't? He can hardly resist the beautiful young woman as it is so when she seems eager for a kiss, he can hardly ...more
I loved certain elements of this book and hated the rest. That's basically how the main characters interacted too... love hate love hate every other page... it was so confusing! Then evil people are nice, nice people are evil. I can't quite put my finger on one word or phrase to adequately describe this story. It was almost like it was written by two different people, one who could write well or at least had a good editor, and one who couldn't or didn't have any editor at all. The plot was inter ...more