Book Reviews of My Lady Caroline

My Lady Caroline
My Lady Caroline
Author: Jill Jones
ISBN-13: 9780312958367
ISBN-10: 0312958366
Publication Date: 6/1996
Pages: 338
  • Currently 3.2/5 Stars.

3.2 stars, based on 9 ratings
Publisher: St. Martin's Press
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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This book about Lady Caro and Lord Byron is absolutely amazing! It took a total of two days to read this, only because I do have a life and can only regrettably read part time. I love the ghost from ancient times (Caro)in England haunting a woman in our times in the US and convincing her to help her find Byron's memoirs in England. A definite book to read if you like the paranormal romance type of which I so do! She writes about the old majestic musty mansion with such a finesse, I had the insane urge to want to go see it and have it be as clear as it is in my mind thanks to Jill Jones.
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Her parents' tragic death has led Boston heiress Alison Cunninghan to seek them out at a seance. Instead, she encounters the troubled spirit of Lady Caroline Lamb, whose scandalous 1812 liaison with the charming, erotic Lord Byron ended in bitter betrayal an dvengeful madness. Soon Allison finds herself buying Dewhurst Manor, near London, where the winsome apparition begs her to search for Byron's secret memoirs.

Also looking for the hidden papers at Dewhurst Manor is sexy, arrogent British antiques dealer Jeremy Ryder. Suspicion and anger soon flare between them-and a desire as electric as that of Caroline and her dashing poet. Together, Alison and Jeremy must reckon with that beautiful Capricious phantom, and find out what happened nearly two centuries ago. But will their obsession bind them together or drive them apart?