Book Reviews of Lions and Lace

Lions and Lace
Lions and Lace
Author: Meagan McKinney
ISBN-13: 9780440212300
ISBN-10: 0440212308
Publication Date: 4/1/1992
Pages: 417
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 46 ratings
Publisher: Island Books
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 2
Excellent book. loved it. Trevor Sheridan was a ruthlessly man and he had the means to do whatever he choose to do to anyone and he bankrupted Alana Van Alen's Uncle and her inheritance went with it. so she needed to get her money back. So Trevor gave her only one way out of her perdictment. Marry him.
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Helpful Score: 1
The books had some interesting plot points, like Mrs. Aster's power over the 400 and the hate against the Irish.
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This is a fantastic book...I loved it!
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I wasn't sure if I wanted to read this book because I didn't know what lions and lace could have in common.
The story takes place in New York, perhaps around the turn of the 20th century. The irish were trying to find their "place" in the new land they were hoping to call home.
Here, Trevor "the PRedator" Sheridan learns early how to get the wealth and women he wants. An expert at games of power, he played one that would destroy all the famous families that have snubbed him, including the Van Alens. Little did he know the sweet torture he was inflicting upon himself!
Alana Van Alen was born to luxury and high society. Her family had snubbed the Sheridans and now she faced Trevor Sheridan-at his mercy from bankruptcy-with a plan so daring and scandalous that it took her breath away. Anxious to keep her fortune and her secret, she is forced to accept his blackmail offer.

This book surprises. While the ending isn't a surprise, how it gets there is.

the cover has minor tears, the illustration page has some damage, but the text pages are good.
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I first read this book years and years ago. It is one of my faves. I love the time period and the setting of the book. Early New York. I love Trevor Sheridan. He is ruthless and hell bent on vengeance for his illegitimate sister. And he uses Alana Van Allen to punish her and help his sister by forcing her to marry him. I just wish there weren't quite so many little misunderstandings between them. Half of what was in the book probably would have sufficed. But, as I said, one of my all time favorites.
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When unscrupulous Irish tycoon Trevor Sheridan threatens to expose her family secret unless she marries him, Alan Van Alan, a woman of wealth living in 1870s New York, has no other choice but to consent.
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From the back cover:

She played by high society's rules...

The gaslight's glow lit Alana Van Alen's golden hair. Born to luxury, she belonged with the Astors and the Vanderbilts at cotillions and soirees. But she shivered with fear and something more as she faced the handsome, ruthless Trevor Sheridan. He had bankrupted her fortune and would expose her family's scandalous secret unless she accepted his outrageous offer, his emotional blackmail...his heart-stopping kiss.

He broken them all...

Born Irish, brought up in the streets, Trevor "the Predator" Sheridan learned early how to get the wealth the women he wanted. An expert as games of power, he played one that would destroy every famous family who snubbed him. Tricking the beautiful Alana was his trump card. But he never intended to want her...until her beauty and her resolve stole his breath away.

Now their desires swept them toward rapture...or ruin.
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book was good requested this book because,i read only one of her books called "moonlight becomes her"