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The Harmless Deception

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First published May 12, 2010

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Lesley-Anne McLeod

21 books37 followers
Lesley-Anne McLeod is a devoted Anglophile. She has written thirteen full-length Regency-set romances (three of which dabble in time travel), six novellas and a book of Regency short stories. All are available as ebooks; the book of short stories is also available in print.

Lesley-Anne has an extensive research library and loves investigating historical details. Her Pinterest, Tumblr and Instagram accounts all display her fascination with the Regency era. An avid reader of contemporary and historical fiction, Jane Austen and Georgette Heyer are her particular idols.

When she is not writing, researching, or reading, Lesley-Anne is gardening or sewing, all in the company of her two cats.

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3,423 reviews60 followers
October 5, 2021
Sweet lively. Familiar plot, special people. Tansy, sister to Lord Rufus from north, asks milliner Grace, born Lady, to pose as his wife, help intro to high society, surprised when double couples love. Typos: 6.60 indicted * indicated 7.6 choose *chose 10.1 council * counsel
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Author 8 books23 followers
June 19, 2010
I really enjoyed this book. The story was interesting, the characters engaging. The style very fine and elegant. I was astounded by the amount of detail and research and as a fellow writer found the book very informative. I liked coming back to the characters and their story and was looking forward to every new chapter.
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194 reviews15 followers
July 5, 2010
Surprisingly sweet and satisfying. The romance between Grace and Rufus was obliquely told but still real and warm.
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