Not so much of the Sands humor I so dearly love, don't got me wrong parts will have you lol just with a different type of funny. Regardless this story is irresistible it will suck you in and keep you flipping the pages =) I won't give it away but I loved the ending I didn't see that coming at all & I so thought I knew who the killer was..Can't wait for the next book I absolutely love the H/H already and can't wait to read there story.
I just flew through this book, it is just stinking hilarious! It was so hard not to laugh so loud because it was always in the early AM when I read this but... it could't be helped. It truly is laugh out loud funny.
The whole moving around of George's body, priceless! This will defenitely be one of those books I'll read again and again and again. A must read for any Historical Romance lover.
I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to the next book in the series. Lynsay Sands doesn't disappoint and makes you laugh out loud.
The first in a series of the Madison Sisters. I really liked this story. There were unanswered questions from the start and even now, as I await the next installment, I still am wondering what will happen next.
The first of three sisters, Christiana is tricked into marriage to a horrible man who surprisingly enough has a twin brother covieniently returned from the Americas after supposedly being killed and having his identity stolen.
The twins were polar opposites and now the heroine finds herself "married" to a kind and gentle version of what she had. The chemistry between the two isn't exactly as I would have liked. I think the relationship could've developed a little slower, but if that's a trade off for actually not knowing what was going to happen next in the plot, I'm for it :)
Definate recommended read. Looking forward to Suzette's story in the next book, "The Heiress".
A screwball comedy. That is what is book is. It is a light, fluffy, easy read that I couldn't put down. The body moving scenes were hysterical, and the rest of the plot just flowed so well. There were no heavy emotional, serious scenes with intense drama, and the book didn't need them. It is a great way to spend an afternoon. At the end of the book, I was left with a smile on my face, and wishing Suzette and Daniel's story was out already.