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Rakes And Radishes by Susanna Ives
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Sep 26, 10

Read from September 23 to 26, 2010

Wow. RAKES & RADISHES hit me like a slow kiss: It started out all innocent enough, but then it got its hooks in me and wouldn't let go. The writing is beautiful, original, and very visual; I definitely felt part of early 1800's England. The tension and build-up between Henrietta and Lord Kesseley was palpable on every page. What I loved best, however, was the development of Lord Kesseley's character. The author expertly painted his personality, particularly his darker side, which kept me turning the pages. I started the book Friday night and took my nook with me everywhere until I finished. A great weekend escape.
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