Book Reviews of The Butler Did It (Westham-Brentwood, Bk 1)

The Butler Did It (Westham-Brentwood, Bk 1)
The Butler Did It - Westham-Brentwood, Bk 1
Author: Kasey Michaels
ISBN-13: 9780373770069
ISBN-10: 0373770065
Publication Date: 2004
Pages: 395
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 81 ratings
Publisher: HQN Books
Book Type: Paperback
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When the Marquis of Westham spends 5 years at his country estate, what is a bored household of servants in London to do? Why rent out the rooms in the mansion of course! And what a wacky bunch of tenants it is, with one beautiful young miss in the group. She's looking for a husband and he has decided to set up his nursery. But does that mean he'll marry a girl with such off the wall characters for family members?
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I really enjoyed this book! At first glance, I thought from the book's title that it would be a mystery. It turned out that it's not, but it is a romance set in motion by the butler. It was a lot of fun to read and is one of my favorites!
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Like every noble in the London peerage, Morgan Drummond, Marquis of Westham, expects his butler to be awaiting his return home-even when that return follows a five-year absence. But he didn't expect the horde of strangers who've taken up residence in his house, courtesy of that enterprising butler and a discreet classified ad. Morgan's plan to toss his unwelcome tenants into the street is thwarted by a beautiful but indomitable debutante, Miss Emma Clifford-who's not averse to a bit of blackmail for a good cause.
Now Morgan finds himself squiring the lovely Emma to the ton's most fashionable events-and what's more surprising, he's beginning to enjoy it. Surely he's not falling for such an infuriating woman, even if she does have a way of making him forget his own name? That butler has a lot to answer for-but then again, it's so hard to find good help...
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What a charming story! It's a little silly, but very funny and a lot of fun.
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Enjoyable read!
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Historical romance. Very good
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Not Michaels' best effort but still funny in places.
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A humorous Regency Romance.
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Morgan Drummond, Marquis of Westham, expects his butler to be waiting for him after a five year long absence. He doesn't expect the horder of strangers who've taken up residence in his house, courtesy of that enterprising butler and a discreet classified ad. This is a funny and delightful book. Kasey Michaels at her best.
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Funny! Really enjoyable!
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VERY ENJOYABLE READING
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Like every noble in the London peerage, Morgan Drummond, Marquis of Westham, expects his butler to be awaiting his return home-even when that return follows a five-year absence. But he didn't expect the horde of strangers who've taken up risidence in his house, courtesy of that enterprising butler and a discreet classified ad. Morgan's plan to toss his unwelcome tenants into the street is thwarted by a beautiful but indomitable debutante, Miss Emma Clifford-who's not averse to a bit of blackmail for a good cause.

Now Morgan finds himself squiring the lovely Emma to the ton's most fashionable events-and what's more surprising, he's beginning to enjoy it. Surely he's not falling for such an infuriating woman, even if she does have a way of making him forget his own name? That butler has a lot to answer for-but then again, it's so hard to find good help...
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One of Kasey Michaels very best! Regency romance, comedy; entertaining, interesting characters, several sub-plots. I really got a kick out of this story - highly recommended.
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An interesting twist on a Regency.
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Fun victorian romance.
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Despite his five-year absence, eminently eligible Regency bachelor Morgan Drummond, Marquis of Westham, expects his lordly residence to be in tip-top shape when he unexpectedly returns to London for the social season to find a suitable wife. After all, he has Thornley, the perfect butler. Instead, he finds a motley cast of social-climbing perfect strangers already in residence. Making the most of their cachet as the marquis's "houseguests" are a 70-year-old con man with a scheme for turning lead to gold, a nouveau rich seamstress who's possibly a killer, and the entire formidable (if impoverished) family of debutante Emma Cliffordwho's hunting a wealthy husband. Who's responsible for the mayhem? The butler did it.
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Very droll. Hard to get into and stay with.
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Returning from a five year absence, Morgan Drummond didn't expect the horde of strangers who've taken up residence in his house, courtesy of his interprising butler and a discreet classified ad. His effort to toss them into the street is thwarted by Emma Clifford, who is not adverse to using a bit of blackmail to keep everyone in the house.
Morgan finds himself squiring Emma to the ton's most fashionalbe events and beginning to actually enjoy himself. The butler has a lot to answer for, but then again, it's so hard to find good help.
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Duplicate copy!