Book Reviews of The Rake's Proposal (Harlequin Historicals, No 820)

The Rake's Proposal (Harlequin Historicals, No 820)
The Rake's Proposal - Harlequin Historicals, No 820
Author: Sarah Elliott
ISBN-13: 9780373294206
ISBN-10: 0373294204
Publication Date: 10/1/2006
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.5/5 Stars.
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3.5 stars, based on 35 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Very cute book. Fairly predicable, but I enjoyed it nonetheless.
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From back of book:

A Scandalous Secret...

was part of the dowry Katherine Sutcliff would bring to her bridal bed. And any prospective suitor on the Marriage Mart would have to live with it -- or live without her! But her pressing need for a suitable match was diverted by her most unsuitable attraction to the disreputable Lord Benjamin Sinclair.

A Rakish Life...

had been Benjamin's choice, but now the adventurous gentleman was tempted to stay closer to home. How else could he keep a watchful eye on Kate Sutcliff, when the gangly girl he'd teased in childhood had grown into a most unconventional beauty?

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Good story, I liked the characters personalities and how they banter. Sweet ending. :D
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A scandalous secret was part of the dowry Katherine Sutcliff would bring to her bridal bed...A rakish life had been Benjamin's choice, but now the adverturous gentleman was tempted to stay closer to home. How else could he keep a watchful eye on Kate Sutcliff, when the gangly girl he'd teased in childhood had grown into a most unconventional beauty?
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A scandalous secret was part of the dowry Katherine Sutcliff would bring to her bridal bed. And any prospective suitor on the Marriage Mart would have to live with it -or live without her.But her pressing need for a suitiable match was diverted by her most UNSUITIABLE attraction to Lord Benjamin Sinclair.