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An Extraordinary Flirtation (Zebra Regency Romance)
An Extraordinary Flirtation - Zebra Regency Romance
Author: Maggie MacKeever
ISBN-13: 9780821776810
ISBN-10: 0821776819
Publication Date: 11/1/2004
Pages: 252
Rating:
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.
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3.2 stars, based on 6 ratings
Publisher: Zebra Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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SHE HAD TOO MUCH SENSE TO BE SEDUCED BY SUCH A MAN...
Beautiful and reckless, the Loversall women have been notorious for loving unwisely and all too well. But Cara, now the widowed Lady Norwood, refuses to follow family tradition. Instead, she is quite happy rusticating on her estate in the Cotswolds, tending to her garden...until the day her brother arrives requesting her help. It seems that her niece, in the manner of all true Loversalls, has developed a most unsuitable tendre. And the object of her affection? None other than Mannering - the most irresistible, infuriating, indecently handsome rake in all of London.

BUT SINCE WHEN IS LOVE SENSIBLE?
To the world, Nicholas, Lord Mannering can seduce the birds from the trees. But unbeknownst to Society, there has been one conquest who got away. Now, Nick has devised a shameless scheme to lure a certain defiant lady back to London - and into his arms. Alas, he never counted on Cara's niece being so devilishly determined to hold onto her prize. Suddenly the most worldly and sophisticated of rogues is caught between two stubborn women...one he will anything to entice, the other he wants only to escape. In this scandalous tangle of hearts, does love stand a chance?

Review:
Very good read. Lots of fun. I've reread this one several times.
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She had too much sense to be seduced by such a man, but since when is love sensible?