Not Quite A Lady

Not Quite A Lady

eBook - 2009
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Irresistible Force Darius Carsington is a spectacularly handsome rake with a rare intelligence and no heart, a man who divides his time between bedding loose-moraled women and writing scholarly papers. He finds society's "perfect darlings" exceedingly boring. But there's something intriguing, and not quite perfect, about faultless Lady Charlotte Hayward. He senses a crack under her polished surface, and finding it is a challenge he can't resist. Immovable Object Lady Charlotte is so beautiful, charming, and gracious that no one has noticed what an expert she is at Not Getting Married. Early on, she learned a painful lesson about trust . . . and temptation. In the years since, she's devoted her life to being all she ought to be--and she's not about to let a man like Carsington entice her to do everything she shouldn't. A Splendid Collision But the rules of attraction can easily overpower the rules of manners and morals, and sometimes even the best-behaved girl has to follow her instincts, even if it means risking it all.
Publisher: 2009
ISBN: 9780061796036
Branch Call Number: OverDrive ebook
Characteristics: 1 online resource
Additional Contributors: OverDrive, Inc


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Chapel_Hill_MarthaW Jun 21, 2017

Soooooo gooooooood. I sometimes feel like there are certain authors for whom this is my reaction to almost all of their books. Loretta Chase is totally one of them. Her books are exactly the kind of romance I like: smart and laugh-out-loud funny, lots of witty banter – and still deeply romantic. I loved a lot of things about this book, and most especially the way the hero responded to the big reveal about the heroine late in the book. If you’re someone who’s never dipped a toe in the romance genre but is maybe curious about it? Read Loretta Chase. She is about as good as it gets.


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