Book Reviews of Reforming the Rake (Harlequin Historical, No 774)

Reforming the Rake (Harlequin Historical, No 774)
Reforming the Rake - Harlequin Historical, No 774
Author: Sarah Elliott
ISBN-13: 9780373293742
ISBN-10: 0373293747
Publication Date: 10/1/2005
Pages: 304
Rating:
  • Currently 3.7/5 Stars.
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3.7 stars, based on 32 ratings
Publisher: Harlequin
Book Type: Paperback
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I love historical romances. This was a good one.
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I do not generally read Harlequin's but if this is 'typical' for their Historical Romances, I just may start! =)
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A very good debut Regency by this author ... I'll read more!
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An OK read! Actually the characters should just grow up but then there would be no story!
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"This isn't your first season, is it, dear?"
"No. But it shall be my last!"

Beatrice Sinclair prayed that her bold declaration would prove true. After so many fruitless years on the ton's marriage mart, life on the shelf seemed
the more appealing prospect. At least as an avowed spinster, she wouldn't be bound by the silliness women went through to catch even the dullest of husbands!

Still, secretly, she yearned for romance bone-melting, scandalous romance. If truth be told, what she really wanted even if only for one mad, family-shocking
moment was a rake.

And Charles Summerson, Marquis of Pelham, tall, dark and notorious, seemed only too happy to oblige!
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The book was surprisingly good.
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Beatrice Sinclaire prayed that her bold declaration would prove true. After so many fruitless years on the ton's marriage mart, Life on the shelf seenmed the more appealing prospect. At leastas an avowed spinster, she wouldn't be bound by the illiness women went through to catch even the dullest of husbands!
Still, secretly, she yearned for romance---bone-melting, scandalous romance. If the truth be told, what she really wanted---even if only for one mad, family-shocking moment---was a rake.
And CharlesSummerson, Marquis of Pelham, tall, dark and notorious, seemed to happy to oblige!
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Enjoyable! A good read