Book Reviews of Fool's Paradise (March Madness) (Harlequin Historical, No 307)

Fool's Paradise (March Madness) (Harlequin Historical, No 307)
Fool's Paradise - March Madness - Harlequin Historical, No 307
Author: Tori Phillips
ISBN-13: 9780373289073
ISBN-10: 0373289073
Publication Date: 2/1/1996
Pages: 347
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 50 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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reviewed Fool's Paradise (March Madness) (Harlequin Historical, No 307) on + 7 more book reviews
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I normally don't like Harlequin Romances, but this one was surprisingly good, very well written and great characters.
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The love between Elizabeth and Dickon is so sweet and tender, and even though I always cry at the end, this book lifts my spirits. While there is a bit of intrigue, it isn't a thriller. This book should be read when you want to curl up in a comfy chair on a rainy day and feel warm.
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This is a wonderful book.
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An unusual romance in which the hero plays the part of a "fool" and very reluctantly becomes involved with his charge -- a woman he must deliver to the king.
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'Twas no laughing matter when fleeing an odious arranged match, Lady Elizabeth Hayward found herself under the protection of famed court jester Richard Tarleton. But even diaguised as the fool's boy apprentice, no hiding the fact that she had fallen in love
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when fleeing an odious arranged match, the Lady Elizabeth Hayward found herself under the protection of famed court jester Ricard Tarleton.
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When fleeing an odious arranged match, the Lady Elizabeth Hayward found herself under the protection of famed court jester Richard Tarleton. But even disguised as the fool's boy apprentice, there was no hiding the fact that she'd fallen hopelessly in love!
Though Tarleton's ready wit had won him royal favor, his tongue was tied in the presence of the sweet-voiced Elizabeth--at least about things that truly mattered. For how could he offer the queen's own goddaughter a gift so lowly as his own foolish heart!
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nice romance
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good book
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When fleeing an odious arranged match, the Lady Elizabeth Hayward found herself under the protection of famed court jester Richard Tarleton. But even disguised as the fool's boy apprentice, there was no hiding the fact that she'd fallen hopelessly in love!

Though Tarleton's ready wit had won him royal favor, his tongue was tied in the presence of the sweet-voiced Elizabeth-at least about things that truly mattered. For how could he offer the queen's own goddaughter a gift so lowly as his own foolish heart?