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With This Ring
With This Ring
Author: Amanda Quick
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ISBN-13: 9780553527285
ISBN-10: 0553527282
Rating:
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4 stars, based on 4 ratings
Publisher: Random House Audio
Book Type: Audio Cassette
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Helpful Score: 4
What's not to like about AQ? She is always hilarious! But her women are so intelligent and clever that I always identify. Stupid twits bore me--AQ never does!
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Helpful Score: 4
Amanda Quick is one of my favorite authors. All of her books are wonderful and interesting. This one is no exception!
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Helpful Score: 3
I was pleasantly surprised. This book was actually a lot better than I thought it would be. I can't wait to read the sequel "I Thee Wed."
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Helpful Score: 2
Loved the book, I will read anything by this author.
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Helpful Score: 2
Exceptional work from Amanda Quick.
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Helpful Score: 1
I really enjoyed reading this book, the storyline was interesting and fast paced. The characters are well developed and fun to know. A great read.
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Helpful Score: 1
From the first scene with Beatrice at leo's house to the end scene when they admit there love for each other I was captivating page after page...a must read hands down!
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Helpful Score: 1
From the back cover

Leo Drake, the Mad Monk of Monkcrest, is notoriously eccentric and unquestionably reclusive. But he is also a noted antiquities expert, which is why Beatrice Poole has demanded his reluctant assistance. The freethinking authoress of horrid novel, Beatrice is searching for the Forbidden Rings of Aphrodite, a mythic treasure she suspects played a role in her uncles death. Beatrice finds Leo every bit as fascinating as one of the heroes in her novels-and shes convinced hes the only one who can help her. But after only five minutes in her company, Leo is sure hes never met a woman more infuriatingand more likely to rescue him from boredom. Yet the alliance may well prove to be the biggest mistake of their lives. For a villain lurks in London, waiting for the pair to unearth the Forbidden Rings-knowing that then they do, that day will be their last.
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Romance and intrigue in one.
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Fun read.
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Very good. They must find the key.
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As a writer of shocking Gothic novels, Beatrice Poole is no stranger to the darker passions. Yet she thinks its all poppycock when Leo Drake, the enigmatic Earl of Monkcrest and Englands foremost expert on arcane matters, warns her about the Forbidden Rings of Aphrodite. Nothing can stop her from investigating the disappearance of the Rings from her uncles' home and her uncles death - which she suspects was murder. Leo is incensed and intrigued. Never before has such a woman demanded jis advice and then ignored it. Convinced the will ful beauty is on a collision course with danger. Leo insists on becoming her protector. All the while, a whisper of evil swirls through London and a sinister villain plots to test the power of the Rings, with Beatrice and Leo as the victims.
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cute fun story, enjoyed this book
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Leo Drake, the "Mad Monk of Monkcrest," is notoriously eccentric and unquestionably reclusive. But he is also a noted antiquities expert, which is why Beatrice Poole has demanded his reluctant assistance.

The freethinking authoress of "horrid novels," Beatrice is searching for the Forbidden Rings of Aphrodite, a mythic treasure she suspects played a role in her uncle's death. Beatrice finds Leo every bit as fascinating as one of the heroes in her novels--and she's convinced he's the only one who can help her. But after only five minutes in her company, Leo is sure he's never met a woman more infuriating...and more likely to rescue him from boredom.

Yet the alliance may well prove to be the biggest mistake of their lives. For a villain lurks in London, waiting for the pair to unearth the Forbidden Rings--knowing that when they do, that day will be their last....
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Great book combining intrigue and romance.
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i like all of her books
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A favorite author, Amanda Quick's books are always unusual and imaginative, with unique characters and intriguing plots! This is another Quick classic.
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I love Amanda Quick's books. They are light and fun to read. It is the best of escapist literature.
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An easy read regarding the "Mad Monk of Monkcreast" and authoress Beatrice Poole and their hunt for the Forbidden Rings of Aphrodite, a mythic treasure she suspects played a role in her uncle's death.
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Her heroines are "originals," her humor is witty, and her heroes hold you spellbound--which is why every book Amanda Quick writes is a novel to treasure. Now, in her fourteenth irresistible historical romance, the New York Times bestselling author returns to the world of Regency England, where a bold widow and an enigmatic scholar are drawn by a bewildering mystery into a perilous brew of passion and danger....

Beatrice Poole may be a vicar's daughter, but that doesn't mean she's a stranger to the darker passions. Indeed, she knows enough about gothic terrors to have carved out a highly successful career penning "horrid novels." But now the talented authoress finds herself in the midst of an ominous adventure that rivals anything she's ever written. Her beloved Uncle Reggie is dead, his house has been ransacked, and Beatrice suspects that he was murdered--all because of his keen interest in a fabled treasure that may not even exist. Rumors abound that the Forbidden Rings of Aphrodite, said to give their possessor the most unnatural powers, have surfaced in London. Yet Beatrice needs more than rumors to uncover the truth. That's why she's braved the wilds of Devon to seek out a leading authority on antiquities and ancient legends: the famously eccentric, unquestionably reclusive, possibly dangerous Earl of Monkcrest, a man believed to dabble in the supernatural.
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Love this author! Mystery, sex and romance!
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A search for the Forbidden Rings of Aphrodite, a mythic treasure, brings together Beatrice Poole, the freethinking authoress of "horrid novels," and Leo Drake, the "Mad Monk of Monkcrest," a notoriously eccentric and reclusive noted antiques expert. An unsuspected villian lurkes in foggy London, waiting for them to find the Forbidden Rings - plotting that when they do, that day will be their last ...
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Amanda Quick's later works are much better. This story was OK, but definitely not my favorite.
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Enjoyed reading this book. Ms. Quick is a great writer.
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I enjoy reading Amanda Quick books, they never disappoint. Great fast paced story and strong minded women.
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Leo Drake, the "Mad Monk of Monkcrest," is notoriously eccentric and unquestionably reclusive. But he is also a noted antiquities expert, which is why Beatrice Poole has demanded his reluctant assistance.

The freethinking authoress of "horrid novels," Beatrice is searching for the Forbidden Rings of Aphrodite, a mythic treasure she suspects played a role in her uncle's death. Beatrice finds Leo every bit as fascinating as one of the heroes in her novels--and she's convinced he's the only one who can help her. But after only five minutes in her company, Leo is sure he's never met a woman more infuriating...and more likely to rescue him from boredom.

Yet the alliance may well prove to be the biggest mistake of their lives. For a villain lurks in London, waiting for the pair to unearth the Forbidden Rings--knowing that when they do, that day will be their last....
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