THE BOOK DIDN'T DISAPPOINT AT ALL. I REALLY THOUGHT THAT THE LADY IN THE BOOK HAD GUTS. SHE KEPT UPPING THE PRICE--- OF COURSE---- THE HERO HAD TO SAVE HER LIFE ---A TIME OR 2.
Well matched h/h, both born negotiators, quick,witty and fun. She, an exotic Brit/Indian in London for her first ball dances with Him, a second son with a gift for business. He condescends to tell her his plans for a major business coup as they waltz. Next day, she grabs the deal out from under him. There are tense negotiations. There is intrigue,comlications, romance- all the good stuff.
Smart, funny; this romance is a notch above all the other Regency romances.
Bk #3 in the Griffin Family stories. Strong likeable characters and a good storyline.
"Lord Charlemagne "Shay" Griffin excels at everything he puts his mind to, especially when it comes to business--which is why he never expected the alluring Lady Sarala Carlisle to best him at a business transaction! Sarala sees herself as an equal to any man, and she just couldn't resist the chance to put the arrogant lord in his place. But Shay is not one to admit defeat and launches a plan of seduction against Sarala." Another quite good story of the Griffin clan.