Book Reviews of The Lady's Hazard (Harlequin Historical, No 779)

The Lady's Hazard (Harlequin Historical, No 779)
The Lady's Hazard - Harlequin Historical, No 779
Author: Miranda Jarrett
ISBN-13: 9780373293797
ISBN-10: 0373293798
Publication Date: 12/1/2005
Pages: 296
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 45 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
This was an awesome read!!! I couldn't put it down. I was curious to know how it would turn out. Wonderful story of Love, mystique, deception, and a devotion to generosity.
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Helpful Score: 3
Well, this was a pleasant surprise. A good storyline, with flawed and very believeable characters, make for a well-above-average Regency romance.
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Helpful Score: 1
Excellent story. A cut above some Harlequin historicals. All three in this series were very enjoyable.
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This is book 2 of the Penny House trilogy
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As the chef of London's premier gambling club, Bethany Penny caters to the most elegant lords of the ton, but prefers to help the city's neediest residents. When a mysterious soldier appears in her soup line she suspects that beneath his cool demeanor and shabby coat he hides a wealth of secrets...

Major William Callaway returned from war a damaged but determined man. Keeping his true identity concealed, he is thrown together with the copper-haired beauty, Bethany. They must join forces to uncover a mystery that involves them both, but the risks they take may put them in grave danger...and the truth may tear them apart!
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As the chef of London's premier gambling club, Bethany Penny caters to the most elegant lords of the ton, but prefers to help the city's neediest residents. When a mysterious soldier appears in her soup line she suspects that beneath his cool demeanor and shabby coat he hides a wealth of secrets......
Major William Callaway returned from war a damaged but determind man. Keeping his true identity concealed, he is thrown together with the copper-haired beauty, Bethany. They must join forces to uncover a mystery that involves them both, but the risks they take may put them in grave danger...and the truth may tear them apart.
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A historical romance.

As the chef of London's premier gambling club, Bethany Penny caters to the most elegant lords of the ton, but prfers to help the city's neediest residents. When a mysterious soldier appears in her soup line, she suspects that beneath his cool demeanor and shabby coat he hides a wealth of secrets. Major William Callaway returned from war a damaged but determined man. Keeping his true identify concealed, he is thrown together with the copper-haired beauty, Bethany. They must join forces to uncover a mystery that involves them both. The risks put them in grave danger, and the truth may tear them apart!
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As the chef of Londons premier gambling club, Bethany Penny caters to the most elegant lords of the ton, prefers to help the citys neediest residents. When a mysterious soldier appears in her soup line she suspects that beneath his cool demeanor and shabby coat he hides a wealth of secrets...
Major William Callaway returned from war a damaged but determined man. Keeping this true identity concealed, he is thrown together with the copper-haired beauty, Bethany. They must join forces to uncover a mystery that involves them both, but the risks they take may put them in grave danger...and the truth may tear them apart!
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Book 2 of the Penny Sisters trilogy. I enjoyed it as much as the first one. Looking to the last story.
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As the chef of London's premier gambling club, Bethany Penny caters to the most elegant lords of the ton, but prefers to help the city's neediest residents. When a mysterious soldier appears in her soup line she suspects that beneath his cool demeanor and shabby coat he hides a wealth of secrets . . .
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A Harlequin Historical Romantic Adventure.