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Rules of Engagement
Rules of Engagement
Author: Kathryn Caskie
From Golden Heart winner Kathryn Caskie comes a delightfully hilarious tale that tests the old adage "All is far in love as in war." When two elderly aunts mistake a military strategy text, Rules of Engagement, for a how-to manual for getting engaged, London's ballrooms become battlefields in a war of wits when their headstrong niece snares a ...  more »
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ISBN-13: 9780446614238
ISBN-10: 0446614238
Publication Date: 5/1/2004
Pages: 352
  • Currently 3.6/5 Stars.

3.6 stars, based on 73 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Paperback
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Helpful Score: 4
Eliza has no intention of getting married. Her elderly aunts looking for a tome on how to launch a successful season, mistake a military theory book for an etiquette book. They begin to launch their efforts, relying on the strategies outlined within the book. Eliza meanwhile meets a man whom she persuades to pretend to be enamoured of her. Of course they fall in love for real, and all obstacles are overcome. Happy ending ensues.
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Helpful Score: 3
Kathryn Caskie's intro to her meddling aunts series provides witty and amusing fun along with an unlikely hero. A quick, adorable read.
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waucondacarol avatar reviewed Rules of Engagement on + 319 more book reviews
The old ladies are a funny pair as they use their departed father's book on military maneuvers to guide their niece through the perils of the English ton and the strategies of snagging a husband. I enjoyed this lighthearted read.
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pretty good - will probably read another by this author
klokanek avatar reviewed Rules of Engagement on + 64 more book reviews
Starts choppy but then gets interesting--I liked it much better in the end than I expected, and am surprised and pleased to say that I would like to read more by this author. A solid B.


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