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The Butler Who Laughed (Regency Romance)

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SHE WOULD MARRY FOR WEALTH OR POSITION... OR NOT AT ALL!

Thus, Sarah Thorndike was admonished by her parents. In fact, a bridegroom had been selected: Viscount Lyleton, a dandy of the first order with whom she would acquaint herself at a summer house party.

A more reluctant pair there never had been. And Lyleton had a problem quite apart from Sarah: blackmail. However, he ha
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Mass Market Paperback, 219 pages
Published March 30th 1997 by Ivy Books
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Jojo
Jun 05, 2007 rated it really liked it
Recommends it for: butlersexuals
Is this book super well written? No. Does this book have too many characters and too much going on for its short length? Yes. Is this book still totally awesome? Yes!

Okay, so there is this duke's daughter whose parents want to marry her off to this viscount (who is super fun, just wrong for her). But she doesn't fit in with her social peers! Her best friends are all servants! Oh no! So she gets hauled off to this house party put together by her and the viscount's scheming parents and there she m
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Yue
A clean, forgettable Traditional Regency.

I thought the idea of the hero (son of a duke) posing as a butler was sweet. Totally unrealistic, but sweet. He wants to help his dear friend Fitz to take a incriminating letter from his blackmailer, and what better than posing as a member of the staff? Lots of guests are invited, among them, our heroine Sarah, who is forced to accept the hand of Fitz.

I guess I was hoping for a funnier, cuter, more romantic story. When I've read the "twinkle in Rawlins' e
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Linda
THE BUTLER WHO LAUGHED is a traditional regency that is taken one step further. Lord John Rawlins poses as a butler in order to help his friend, the Viscount Lyleton, catch a blackmailer. Born on the other side of the blanket to a housemaid and a Duke, John has a deep dislike of the Ton. He was knighted for bravery in battle and rewarded with a home and land in the countryside. Little does he know that Lady Sarah Thorndike, soon to be betrothed to Lyleton, will steal his heart.

Though Sarah is th
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Delightful! Clean in every way. Even made me laugh!
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