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Tea for Two: In a Moonlit Garden / Hunting Season
Tea for Two In a Moonlit Garden / Hunting Season
Author: Cathy Maxwell, Liz Carlyle
One of the hottest romance writers today, Cathy Maxwell joins forces with rising star Liz Carlyle to serve up an irresistible treat -- two deliciously sensual Regency novellas. — IN A MOONLIT GARDENCATHY MAXWELL — Posing as a tea merchant, Colonel Michael Sanson infiltrates an eccentric chemist's household in search of a stolen...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780743445818
ISBN-10: 0743445813
Publication Date: 4/30/2002
Pages: 384
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3.3 stars, based on 26 ratings
Publisher: Pocket
Book Type: Paperback
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An okay story by Maxwell and an excellent story by Carlyle. The lead character of Christian in Carlyle's Hunting Season is very yummy(all tall, dark, and handsome) and is a bad boy with a troubled past. Elise is the very beautiful and naive female that of course changes his mind and finds the good guy inside the bad behavior. Very nice story.
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two great authors, several references to characters from other series - good read
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I liked the shorter format, created by having the two writers' shorts stories together in one book. The first was more like a novel that was forced to run quicker, sacrificing details that would have probably made it more interesting and believable.

The second story was perfect for the length. Yeah, of course - it is going to come around, in the end, to a some cliches of the genre, but everything leading up to it was great. She's a great writer; she does a great job of spinning a gripping story within the narrow confines of the 'rules' of a historical romance.
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Two hot novellas by two favorite authors!


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