Book Reviews of Prim and Improper (Harlequin Historical, No 410)

Prim and Improper (Harlequin Historical, No 410)
Prim and Improper - Harlequin Historical, No 410
Author: Liz Ireland
ISBN-13: 9780373290109
ISBN-10: 0373290101
Publication Date: 4/1/1998
Pages: 297
Rating:
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3.1 stars, based on 24 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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Ty Saunders was nothing but a big, brawny reprobate--and, oh, Lordy! How she wanted him!

But that was impossible, Louise Livingston protested. She had her standards, after all...while he had a smile stolen from the devil himself. Still, she'd be darned if she'd give in to temptation!

There were few women in town like Louise Livingston. Heck, in this played-out mining town, there were practically no women, Ty admitted. But that didn't take away from the fact that Louise was a combustible mix of spitfire and saint. Ane he was just the man to start the fireworks!
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There were few women in town like Louise Livingsston. Heck in this played-out mining town, there were practically no women,. But that didn't take away from the fact that Louise was a combustible mix of spitfire and saint.
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Ty Saunders was nothing but a big, brawny,repobate and , oh lordy! How she wanted him!

But that was impossible, Louise Lin=vingston protested. She had her standards, after all...while he had a smaile stolen from the devil himself. Still, she'd be darned id she'd give in to temptation!

There were few women in town like Louise Livingston. Heck, in this played-out mining town, there were few practically no women, Ty admitted. But that didn't take away from the fact that Louise was a combustible mix of spitfire and saint. ANd he was just the man to start the fireworks!
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Ty Saunders was nothing but a big, brawny,repobate and , oh lordy! How she wanted him!

But that was impossible, Louise Lin=vingston protested. She had her standards, after all...while he had a smaile stolen from the devil himself. Still, she'd be darned id she'd give in to temptation!

There were few women in town like Louise Livingston. Heck, in this played-out mining town, there were few practically no women, Ty admitted. But that didn't take away from the fact that Louise was a combustible mix of spitfire and saint. ANd he was just the man to start the fireworks!