Sophie Dash

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Sophie is usually found chained to a laptop in her David Bowie pyjamas, with a spaniel dribbling on her feet, a pen in her hair and biscuit crumbs across her keyboard. She has a cardboard cut-out of Spock in her basement, knows all the words to Disney’s The Little Mermaid and has seen Pride and Prejudice more times than you.

Average rating: 3.35 · 52 ratings · 33 reviews · 2 distinct works
To Wed a Rebel

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Unmasking of a Lady

3.44 avg rating — 18 ratings — published 2015 — 2 editions
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Review: ‘A Lady Becomes A Governess’ by Diane Gaston

[image error]A shipwreck, a stolen identity and a forbidden attraction make A Lady Becomes A Governess by Diane Gaston a thrilling read. While journeying from Ireland to England to descend into a loveless marriage, a storm sweeps Lady Rebecca away from safety and dashes her onto the shore. Upon being rescued, she is mistaken for a governess, Miss Tilson, who is believed to have drowned. It is a...

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The Pageant by Leigh Walker
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The Selection meets Vampire Academy with Leigh Walker’s first Vampire Royals book, titled The Pageant. A fast pace, along with an accessible writing style, makes for an engaging read. I blasted through this in no time, interested to learn more about ...more
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A shipwreck, a stolen identity and a forbidden attraction make A Lady Becomes A Governess by Diane Gaston a thrilling read. While journeying from Ireland to England to descend into a loveless marriage, a storm sweeps Lady Rebecca away from safety and ...more
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“Isaac dared not move and she did not stir either, both staring up at the canopy above. If he reached over, if he –no, no. It was better to keep a small shield between them, to preserve the little progress they had made in their standoffish, untested relationship, two strangers forced together under impossible circumstances. The last thing he needed was to push her away, to frighten her, to be the brute she’d taken him for. It had been three weeks since they’d been in this very same position and so much had changed and yet so little. A ridiculous, naïve hope drifted into his head before he found sleep: perhaps one day, a long time from now, they would be friends. He would settle for that, if he could have nothing more. Even though he wanted everything.”
Sophie Dash, To Wed a Rebel

“Give her books, where other people did all the running around and courting; it was far easier to read about such matters than to experience them herself.”
Sophie Dash, To Wed a Rebel

“Give her books, where other people did all the running around and courting; it was far easier to read about such matters than to experience them herself.”
Sophie Dash, To Wed a Rebel

“Isaac dared not move and she did not stir either, both staring up at the canopy above. If he reached over, if he –no, no. It was better to keep a small shield between them, to preserve the little progress they had made in their standoffish, untested relationship, two strangers forced together under impossible circumstances. The last thing he needed was to push her away, to frighten her, to be the brute she’d taken him for. It had been three weeks since they’d been in this very same position and so much had changed and yet so little. A ridiculous, naïve hope drifted into his head before he found sleep: perhaps one day, a long time from now, they would be friends. He would settle for that, if he could have nothing more. Even though he wanted everything.”
Sophie Dash, To Wed a Rebel

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Harlequin Books is the global leader in series romance and one of the world's leading publishers of women's fiction. This group is for those who want ...more



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