One of my all time favorite books! Funny & a great plot. What more could you ask for? Book 1 in the series.
"A fast- paced, rip-roaring,and most delicious read! This one's a keeper!"
This was a wonderful story that I had a hard time putting down. I loved both characters immensely.
I usually prefer Beverly's Regency era books to the earlier historials, but I adored this book-great hero and heroine, fast-moving plot. I hated finishing it.
The first novel in the Malloren Series, this book is a classic! You'll love Cyn & Chastity!
Very well written--it's Jo Beverly, after all--with lively and engaging characters. The theme is all about a young woman who must dress as a boy, and that's my least favorite plot line, which is the only reason this book isn't a keeper for me. Still, a very good book if you like highwaymen and disguised-as-a-man themes.
Desperate to help her widowed sister and baby escape a deadly pursuer, Lady Chastity Ware dresses as a highwayman and captures the first coach to travel down the road. Coming face-to-face with it's occupant, the arrogant aristocrat Cyn Malloren, she orders him to drive her to a remote cottage.
Little does Chastity realize that after long months of recovering from his war wounds, the handsome Cyn is looking for adventure, and being abducted by a cocky highwayman-obviously a lovely woman in disguise-is even more than he had hoped for. Willingly he is drawn into her develishly reckless plan....and helplessly he is seduced by her wonderfully wicked ways....
I love the Mallorens and this was the first of the series.
Great book, part of a wonderful series.
This is the first of a series of four books about the Malloren siblings, three brothers and one sister, and their lives and adventures. A great Jo Beverly series, complete with handsome heroes and adventurous women!
The first Malloren novel. Winner of the coveted Rita award.
#1 in the Malloreen series.
Hailed as "captivating" and "exquisitely sensual", Jo Beverley's Malloren novels capture the unforgettable world of Georgian England. Now her fans can discover why the book that started it all, My Lady Notoriousx, has been called "storytelling at its best".