Book Reviews of Never a Lady

Never a Lady
Never a Lady
Author: Jacquie D'Alessandro
ISBN-13: 9780060779412
ISBN-10: 0060779411
Publication Date: 8/1/2006
Pages: 384
Rating:
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.
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3.6 stars, based on 76 ratings
Publisher: Avon
Book Type: Paperback
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Regency romance - He came to town to find a bride. She pulled herself up from abject poverty. And a chance encounter four years ago has haunted them both; now they are free to explore their destinies. Good story line; interesting characters; a couple of sizzling sex scenes; and just a tad predictable.
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Madame Alexandra Larchmont was never supposed to fall in love , especially with a viscount....but never say never
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Great read!
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excellent read. I really enjoyed this book.
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Very good. A good sequel to Not Quite a Gentleman.
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From the back cover,Colin Oliver,Viscount Sutton left his beloved Cornwall London to find a bride-some comely,proper,wellborn lady to bear him an heir.Certainly not someone like Alexandra Larchmont.Yes,she is the toast of the ton , and a rare beauty to be sure.But she is also a fortune-teller.And Colin has an excellent reason for keeping a sharp eye on this one....The cards have warned Alexandra for years about a dark-haired stranger who would wreak havoc with her life, so when she sees him at a soiree,her first thought is to run.Unfortunately she overhears a murder plot,and the only person she can turn to for help is a man she knows she should stay away from,a man who eyes her with an undisguised hunger.But fate's strange turns are Alexandra's stock in trade. And if love is written in the cards,surely nothing is impossible.
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The cards have warned Alexandra for years about a dark-haired stranger who would wreak havoc with her life, so when she sees him at a soiree, her first thought is to run. Unfortunately, she overhears a murder plot, and the only person she can turn to for help is a man she knows she should stay away from, a man who eyes her with an undisguised hunger.