Book Reviews of An Unexpected Pleasure (Moreland Family, Bk 4)

An Unexpected Pleasure (Moreland Family, Bk 4)
An Unexpected Pleasure - Moreland Family, Bk 4
Author: Candace Camp
ISBN-13: 9780373771356
ISBN-10: 0373771355
Publication Date: 9/1/2006
Pages: 432
Rating:
  • Currently 3.8/5 Stars.
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3.8 stars, based on 142 ratings
Publisher: HQN Books
Book Type: Mass Market Paperback
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Helpful Score: 3
this was a good historical romance/suspense mystery. I enjoyed it very much.
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Helpful Score: 3
This is such a good book. A lot of twists and turns -- a murder mystery and historical romance rolled into one. Lots of fun. I couldn't put it down.
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Helpful Score: 1
part 4 of the Moreland series - suspense & romance
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Good story about a plucky American reporter and her quest to expose her brother's murderer. Set in 1890's London, the heroine masquerades as a tutor in the home of a Duke to uncover proof that the heir has killed her brother. Wonderfully human characters, eccentric in the very best way. Fun.
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It was great... I couldn't put it down.
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American journalist Megan Mulcahey travels to London to solve the mystery of her brother's death. An interesting story; however, it takes a "far-out" twist at the end.
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I'm clearly in the minority, but I just couldn't handle the hero's blind acceptance of someone who he catches on multiple occasions sneaking around his loved family's home. The children were very well written and the romance was good, but she lost me with the Fountain of Youth and intercontinental ghostly visitations. I enjoy a good paranormal romance, but this felt like a random thought tacked onto a historical.
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i really like this author. this book is a little slow to get going, but is good reading.
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Fun, light reading. Kind of obvious ending, rather anachronistic, but what do you expect?
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Great love story!! Keeps you eager to see what is going to happen next.
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megan poses as an american governess in the marquess of raine household to try to find her brothers killer.
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From Booklist
It's 1879, and American newspaper reporter Megan Mulcahey is sure that adventurer Theo Moreland, Lord Raine, killed her brother, Dennis, in the Amazon. Relocating in London, where Theo lives, Megan accepts a position as tutor to Constantine and Alexander Moreland, incorrigible adolescent twins also known as the "Little Greats." Soon, Megan is treated as a member of this eccentric family, having been accepted by everyone from the duchess to Con and Alex, which makes her feel especially bad about trying to get Theo convicted of the 10-year-old crime. Worse yet, she is beginning to doubt his guilt and to develop feelings for the very man she has come to destroy. Romance, humor, adventure, Incan treasure, dreams, murder, psychics--the latest addition to Camp's Mad Moreland series has it all.
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American journalist Megan Mulcahey had to know if Theo Moreland, the Marquess of Raine killed her brother. She would have to infiltrate the Marquess's household as the new American governess. Theo was intrigued by the new governess, their immediate desire both troubled and excited him.
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Historical Romance and mystery.
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Excellent! Grabs you from the first page!
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good book.
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Excellent! Candace Camp never disappoints!
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Had Theo Moreland, the Marquess of Raine, killed her brother? And had the treasure the two men sought in South America hastened his descent to an early grave? American journalist Megan Mulcahey HAD to know. But to find out, she needed to infiltrate the marquess's household...
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From Booklist
It's 1879, and American newspaper reporter Megan Mulcahey is sure that adventurer Theo Moreland, Lord Raine, killed her brother, Dennis, in the Amazon. Relocating in London, where Theo lives, Megan accepts a position as tutor to Constantine and Alexander Moreland, incorrigible adolescent twins also known as the "Little Greats." Soon, Megan is treated as a member of this eccentric family, having been accepted by everyone from the duchess to Con and Alex, which makes her feel especially bad about trying to get Theo convicted of the 10-year-old crime. Worse yet, she is beginning to doubt his guilt and to develop feelings for the very man she has come to destroy. Romance, humor, adventure, Incan treasure, dreams, murder, psychics--
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Had Theo Moreland, the Marquess of Raine, killed her brother? And had the treaure the two men sought in South America hastened his descent to an ealy grave? American journalist Megan Mulcahey had to know. but to find out, she needed to infiltrate the marquess's household.
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From book back: Had Theo Moreland, the Marquess of RAine, killed her brother? And had the treadure the two men sought in South America hastened his descent to an early grave? American journalist Megan Mulcahey had to know. But to find out, she needed to infiltrate the marquess's household.
The new American governess intrigued Theo. Wanderlust had always plagud him--until Miss Mulcahey came to Broughton House to teach his young siblings. Now the strange pul of their immediate desire both troubled and excited him. He had seen her beauty once before, in a fever dream his memory could not escape. So why was this delicious vision now snooping around his mansion like a common thief?
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Secrets or lies?

Had Theo Moreland, the Marquess of Raine, killed her brother? And had the treasure the two men sought in South America hastened his descent to an early grave? American journalist Megan Mulcahey had to know. But to find out, she needed to infiltrate the marquess's household.

The new American governess intrigued Theo. Wanderlust had always plagued him - until Miss Mulcahey came to Broughton House to teach his young siblings. Now the strange pull of their immediate desire both troubled and excited him. He had seen her beauty once before, in a fever dream his memory could not escape. So why was this delicious vision now snooping around his mansion like a common thief