THE NOTORIOUS BRIDEGROOM
Pub. Date: August 2009
Publisher: Kensington Publishing Corporation
From the Publisher
In the bedroom of a spy. . .
Ever since the horrible day her brother was accused of treason, Patience Mandeley hasn’t recognized her own behavior. Under normal circumstances she would never be disguised as a maid, skulking around a earl’s estate for secrets she isn’t meant to find. But now the situation is desperate, and Patience will do whatever it takes to spare her beloved brother the noose, even if it means finding the true spy herself.
To do that, she’ll have to gain access to the estate of Lord Londringham, the most desired bachelor in all of England—without him knowing who she really is. But even in her maid’s uniform, she can’t miss the looks of unsuppressed desire she receives from her employer, and she finds to her dismay that the attraction is quite mutual. Though she knows she must ignore her feelings for this dark-haired rogue to save her family and escape ruin, his close proximity is making all reason impossible. . .and Patience may find that the real traitor is her own body. . .
THE NOTORIOUS BRIDEGROOM by Kit Donner
This is a wonderful debut Regency Historical Romance by this author. The plot is filled with mystery, intrigue, danger,and romance.It’s characters are witty, loving, sexy, charming,and they keep you wanting for more.There is a lot of sexy sparks flying between the hero and heroine. They both have different agendas. The secondary characters are charming and have depth. It has vivid period detail with a strong atmosphere, she pulls you into the story, makes you almost believe you are there. What a great story. I would highly recommend this book. Be fore warned it does have sex and love in bundles and will leave you to know more. Get a cup of tea, coffee, or whatever you drink and curl up for a very good read.
Reviewed by AAR
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THE NOTORIOUS BRIDEGROOM by Kit Donner—a review
21 Monday Dec 2009