Aurora Ramsey and Miles Fletcher took my breath away with everything they did in this book. I am telling you now that if you're not a fanc of Elisabeth Fairchild you BETTER buy her books because I have yet to be unsatisfied. I love her talent and engenious plots.
If you loke or have ever read anything by Carla Kelly (whom you ought to read, too if not!) then you'll love Faichild. A true writer if I ever knew one and one of my favorites
Elizabeth Fairchild always includes surprising and interesting information about the times, I always walk away from her books much better informed about the times in which the Regency ton lived and how they lived, in this case you learn a lot about archery, the stance, the equipment, etc. And still a great story line.
Miss Aurora Ramsay had set her sights on a moneyed marriage to save her family estate-and had found the perfect target. Not only was Lord Walsh wonderfully wealthy, he was her ideal of masterful masculinity and rugged good looks to boot. But Aurora was a novice when it came to the art of hunting for a man. She had to learn how to stir a man's senses as well as snare his heart without delay-and only one person could teach her. Miles Fletcher might be the kind of dandy she scorned, but this devastatingly handsome, exquisitely elegant gentleman knew every trick of enticement and strategy of seduction. He promised to make her irresistible to any man if she put herself in his knowing hands. He did not mention, though, what would happen when she found herself in his surprisigly strong arms....(From back cover)
I believe this to be the first of three books regarding members of the Ramsay Family. Lord Ramsay's Return being the following book and the The Rakehell's Reform the last. That aside, I loved this book. I found Miles Fletcher charming and liked how the author contrasted his look/qualities against the rugged, good looks of Lord Walsh. I found the heroine very likeable too, not too mishish, or slow to understand. I enjoyed reading(seeing) Miles in action seducing his protegee! Very enjoyable book!