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The Forbidden Lord (Lord Trilogy #2)

3.96  ·  Rating details ·  2,616 Ratings  ·  125 Reviews
Jordan Willis, the Earl of Blackmore, has played with the heart of many a society belle—yet one stolen kiss impulsively planted on the soft, irresistible lips of the preacher's daughter proves his undoing. The prim and proper Emily Fairchild's innocent response sends desire surging through the notorious rake, and he can't forget her. Now, meeting Lady Emma Campbell, an out ...more
ebook, 384 pages
Published October 13th 2009 by HarperCollins e-books (first published February 1999)
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Son historias llenas de tópicos y malentendidos que hacen que a lo largo de la lectura ames y odies a los protagonistas por igual, pero si algo tiene Sabrina Jeffries, son tramas y ambientaciones bastante buenas que hacen que no te des cuenta de que has devorado medio libro hasta que lees la palabra fin.

En este segundo libro la autora nos habla de Jordan, el hermanastro de Sarah, protagonista del primer libro y de Emma, la hija de un rector de provincia. Ambos se conocen por culpa de un error
This is the second book in the Lord Trilogy by Sabrina Jeffries. I loved this book as much or more than the first book.

The story starts during a country mask ball. The heroine/Emily mistakenly tells a mask man (she thinks is her cousin she came with) to take her home. She is dressed in a black gown because she has been in morning for her mother for the last year. The masked man is the Earl of Blackmore and he only has interludes with willing widows and women with experience. He thinks she wants
Ivy H
Very enjoyable romance about a wonderful, selfless sweet heroine who is forced to pretend to be a member of the Ton in order to save her friend's reputation. This novel has one of the nicest, most martyr type heroines ever. Seriously. She's too goody two shoes to be true. Only Lynne Graham heroines are as goody two shoes a this girl. I loved the H. He is unashamedly lustful and wants the heroine from the minute they meet. I am not a big fan of this author but I really loved this novel. It had me ...more
Jun 11, 2012 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
If you've read my past reviews, then you know that I love Sabrina Jeffries's work. I fall into every world she writes and I haven't read a book by her that I've yet to like.

At first, I thought it was going to be a normal mistaken identity turn love affair novel, but this one is much more than that. Hidden love affairs, black mail, spying and even possible death. It was filled with twists and hidden agendas, I was up most sitting up reading in my bed.

Jordan is a character I fell for shortly into
Sep 06, 2015 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Overall it's a ok story but the plots don't necessarily make you believe how the characters are behaving are true to the characters. The story falls a little flat. I also felt there was little other than sexual tensions between the leads.
But I will say, Ms. Jeffries paints a pretty jealous dude. The sexusl tensions are palpable.
Chitra *CJ*
Ah. Average read at the best.
After being blown away by "The Pirate Lord", I was so looking forward to Jordan's book.
Jordan, our hero meets heroine Emily one dark night after a ball- and kisses her- before discovering she's a pure virgin and they both part ways.
The rest of the book revolves around how the pastor's daughter and local psychic Emily, who is blackmailed by Lord Nesfield for a possible transgression- to pretend to be Emma and Lady Dundee's daughter. While she's tries this masquerade u
Heidi Hart
This book starts with mistaken identity: Emily mistakes Jordan, Earl of Blackmore, for her cousin and escort, because both Jordan and the cousin have red hair and are wearing masquerade masks. Jordan mistakes Emily for a lonely widow, since she is in black mourning for her mother. Only when they are alone in a carriage, Emily's reputation already in danger, do they discover the error.

Sometime later, a neighboring lord who controls her father's living and knows a nasty secret about Emily forces
Apr 19, 2013 rated it really liked it
Jordan Willis, the Earl of Blackmore and stepbrother to Sara, the heroine of the previous book, meets his match in a most unlikely woman named Emily, an outspoken rector's daughter who enters his life by mistake.

Both of them fought their attraction, but you could practically feel the tension between them and it was inevitable that they would eventually succumb.

I saw through the mystery of who Lady Sophie's lover was from the beginning and I would have liked a few more scenes of the two together,
Ana Maria
Me ha parecido el más flojo de la trilogía, un libro para pasar el rato, incluso lo he encontrado demasiado largo. A pesar que soy fanática de Sabrina, con este me costó engancharme.
La historia no es mala, quizá la confusión de identidad el primer encuentro me pareció un poco rebuscada.
Pero creo que lo que no me enganchó fue .... el pelo cobrizo de él
Se que es una reverenda estupidez pero los galanes pelirrojos de desinflan
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Sabrina Jeffries is the NYT bestselling author of over 50 novels and works of short fiction (some written under the pseudonyms Deborah Martin and Deborah Nicholas). Whatever time not spent writing in a coffee-fueled haze of dreams and madness is spent traveling with her husband and adult autistic son or indulging in one of her passions—jigsaw puzzles, chocolate, and music. With over 9 million book ...more
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Lord Trilogy (3 books)
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  • The Dangerous Lord (Lord Trilogy, #3)