Book Reviews of The Orphan (Mayfair Square, Bk 4)

The Orphan (Mayfair Square, Bk 4)
The Orphan - Mayfair Square, Bk 4
Author: Stella Cameron
ISBN-13: 9781551668833
ISBN-10: 1551668831
Publication Date: 3/1/2002
Pages: 400
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 67 ratings
Publisher: Mira
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 6
Excellent plot...lots of mystery and period charm.
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Helpful Score: 3
Historical romance, suspense.
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Helpful Score: 2
The book was good. However, the house is haunted, and at the beginning of each chapter the ghosts are narrating. I didn't feel this added anything to the book, infact it was more of a distraction and a bother. I just skipped over those sections. I liked the book other than that.
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Helpful Score: 1
Good book.
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BOOK #4 OF 5 IN THE \'7 MAYFAIR SQUARE\' SERIES.
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Why would England's "Most Daring Lover" risk his reputation by falling madly in love witha nobody, a shabbily dressed milliner's assistant who lived in poverty-and was clearly in trouble? Because Latimer More of 7A Mayfair Square saw something in Jenny McBride, an orphaned Scottish lass, that nobody else had: unsinkable optimish, a brave spirit and a face that haunted his dreams.
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Why would England's most daring lover risk his reputation fy falling madly in love with a nobody--a shabbily dressed milliner's assistant who lived in poverty and was clearly in trouble?

Latimer More clearly sees something in Jenny McBride, an orphaned Scottish lass, that nobody else has: unsinkable optimism, a brave spirit, and a face that haunts his dreams.

Jenny is amazed by his advances and concern for her, however she has more pressing concerns, that of avoiding the attentions of a cruel man who wants to "claim her" in lieu of money that she owes him.
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why would Englands's Most Daring Lover risk his reputation by falling madly in love with a nobody, a shabbily dressed milliner's assistant who lived in poverty--and was clearly in trouble? Because Latimer More of 7A Mayfair Square saw something in Jenny McBride, an orphaned Scottish lass, that nobody else had; unsinkable optimism, a brave spirit and a face that haunted his dreams.
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Join bestselling author Stella Cameron as she returns to 7 Mayfair Square, the elegant London town house where matchmaking and mayhem are always in the air.
Why would England's "Most Daring Lover" risk his reputation by falling madly in love with a nobody, a shabbily dressed milliner's assistant who lived in poverty -- and was clearly in trouble? Because Latimer More of 7A Mayfair Square saw something in Jenny McBride, an orphaned Scottish lass, that nobody had: unsinkable optimism, a brave spirit and a face that haunted his dreams.

Jenny was amazed by Latimer's advances. He fascinated her, but surely he couldn't really be interested in her? Besides, she had more pressing concerns. She was fighting off the attentions of a cruel man who wanted to claim her in exchange for canceling her debts.

Jenny would not involve Latimer in the dangerous game that threatened her. But Latimer would not abandon Jenny. The result? A madcap race against time and danger, upheaval at Number 7, and an unlikely match that could not be more perfect -- or challenging!
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