Book Reviews of The Missing Heir (Wednesday League, Bk 4) (Harlequin Historical, No 753)

The Missing Heir (Wednesday League, Bk 4) (Harlequin Historical, No 753)
The Missing Heir - Wednesday League, Bk 4 - Harlequin Historical, No 753
Author: Gail Ranstrom
ISBN-13: 9780373293537
ISBN-10: 0373293534
Publication Date: 5/1/2005
Pages: 304
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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historical romance with an english man yum yum..
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Reviewer: Catherine Marie Scott "www.catherinescott.net" (The Keystone State) -
The cover of this book put me off at first, but after reading the first three pages I decided to buy it. I'm so glad I did.

There's a lot to like about this story. For starters, the perfect man--intelligent, strong, and sexy; Regency-era card games that get pretty risque; and a noble heroine you can really sympathize with. Grace is an excellent combination of proud, sensible and vulnerable.

The heroine is a compassionate soul with an intelligent and rational approach to everything, although her actions on behalf of another abused woman seem like complete folly at times, she's determined not to see another woman suffer the way she had.

Gail Ranstrom writes an excellent story with lots of historical background. Her chapters flow, building a multi-layered story with a plot that really comes together. The story was adventurous and exciting and very, very believable.

I think this author is someone to read and watch.
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Good historical romance.
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A BOOK THAT TRANSPORT YOU TO A DIFFERENT ERA.ROMANTIC AND FULL OF SURPRICES
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This is a good suspense romantic book. I could not put it down.
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I enjoyed this book...Good character development and an interesting plot....secondary character-cold hearted(or maybe not)Lord Geoffery Morgan caught my attention and I am waiting to recieve his story-The Courtesan's Courtship
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Great book. Kept the pages turining.
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He'd returned from the dead to come face-to-face with an angel.

Indeed, to Adam Hawthorne's eyes, Grace Forbush possessed an ethereal beauty, all the more intriguing when draped with the air of mystery she wore like an elegant evening wrap. But were the ton's whispers true? Could this heavenly creature who stirred him like no other have done murder most foul?

The buckskin-clad savage in Grace Forbush's library wasn't all he seemed. Shockingly, he was more, for Adam Hawthorne was an English gentleman and her late husband's true heir, come to claim what was rightfully his: her hearth, her homeand her heart!
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Indeed, to Adam Hawthornes eyes, Grace Forbush possessed an eternal beauty, all the more intriguing when draped with the air of mystery she wore like an elegant evening wrap. But were the tons whispers true? Could this heavenly creature who stirred him like no other have done murder most foul.
The buckskin-clad savage in 'Grace Forbush's library wasn't all he seemed. Shockingly, he was more, for Adam Hawthorne was an English gentleman---and her late husbands true heir, come to claim what was rightfully his; her hearth, her home... and her heart.
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To Adam Hawthorne's eyes, Grace Forbush possessed an ethereal beauty, all the more intriguing when draped with her air of mystery. But were the ton's whispers true? Could this heavenly beauty who stirred him like no other have done murder most foul?

The buckskin-clad savage in Grace Forbush's library wasn't all he seemed. Shockingly, he was more, for Adam Hawthorne was an English gentleman - and her late husband's true heir, come to claim what was rightfully his: her hearth, her home...and her heart!
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A savage shows up at a widows mansion, claiming to be her late husbands heir.
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Great story