I've read all 3 of Samatha James books,A Perfect Bride,A Perfect Groom and A Perfect Hero.I liked A Perfect Groom best!This book really got cheesy.How many ways can one say ,"Kitten".Kitten!Kitten?Kitten.I got annoyed with that after awhile.Thought the book would get better,but,no!Plain and simple,to corney for me.The only good part was the ending.I do recommend the first two,but not this one.
This was my first intro to Samantha James and I found it an interesting read. However, it's the 3rd in a series of three that apparently includes "A Perfect Bride" and "A Perfect Groom" so now I'l be on the look-out for these other two to read as well!
The third book of the Sterling series. Set in the regency period. Julianna Sterling is an independent woman who owns two homes; a townhouse in London and a small home in Bath. She has little use for men, since she was left at the altar, seven years before. Then she is taken captive by a highwayman. While this plot sounds like it is too trite to be a good book-all that takes place before page 30-and that is only the beginning!
Very good read for romance lovers. A page turner with a not surprise ending, but we all want them to end this way!!
Final in the trilogy. A good read.
Another great book from Ms. James. The conclusion to her wonderful Sterling Triology.
The last book in this fabulous trilogy!
I got trapped at the Austin airport for 6 hours and read everything I already had so I actually bought this book for $8.00. I picked it because it looked a lot like the Stephanie Laurens books I recently started reading.
I did not like it as much as the Laurens books, but it was okay and 355 pages so helped a lot for the long wait.
I may have liked it better if I had read the first 2 in the series before this one...just a thought.
Excellent last episode of her Sterling family triology. I love everything Samantha James writes.
I am a big fan of Ms. James, but this one did not capture my interest for some reason
Can a perfect scoundrel be the perfect hero? A great read.
A great story as are the others in this series. If you like Historical Regency romance you'll like these.
Great novel, part of a great three-book series
Regency romance - Viscount Dane Granville has been working undercover as "the Magpie" to catch a spy.Lady Julliana Sterling is on one of the coaches he robs, she is hurt, he tends her, she shoots him, she tends him. They fall in love, & catch the spy
Last book of the series. Had likable characters. Although I liked the second book the best of the series, this one was okay.
Since she was cruelly left at the altar at the age tow 22, Lady Julianna Sterling has resolved to have nothing to do with men. So she is shocked to discover she has nothing to do with men. So she is shocked to discover she has unwelcome feelings for the very worst of the breed, a dangerous highwayman who has set upon her coach in the countryside and taken her captive. Viscount Dane Grancille knows he should not have revealed his face to the enchanting Lady Julianna for he has compromised the secret mission he has undertakenf ro the crown in the guise of the notorious Magpie. Now their paths are crossing once more and Dane aches to taste agian the weetness of her kiss.