A Clandestine Courtship (Signet Regency Romance)

  • Title: A Clandestine Courtship (Signet Regency Romance)
  • Author: Allison Lane
  • ISBN: 9780451197443
  • Page: 364
  • Format: Paperback
  • A Clandestine Courtship Signet Regency Romance After an absence of many years a strapping young man returns to England to assume the responsibilities of an earldom after the murder of his twin brother Despite his grief he succeeds his brother ho
    After an absence of many years, a strapping young man returns to England to assume the responsibilities of an earldom after the murder of his twin brother Despite his grief, he succeeds his brother honorably, and vows to bring the killer to justice The only joy to be had upon his return is the opportunity to see his former love, now a Baron s widow But the reunion is aAfter an absence of many years, a strapping young man returns to England to assume the responsibilities of an earldom after the murder of his twin brother Despite his grief, he succeeds his brother honorably, and vows to bring the killer to justice The only joy to be had upon his return is the opportunity to see his former love, now a Baron s widow But the reunion is a cold one, as the lady s feelings toward him are laced with scorn and mistrust, the result of the legacy left by his brother Despondent and broken hearted, he nonetheless refuses to deny his overwhelming love for her.

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    About Allison Lane


    1. Allison Lane is the author of 20 Regency novels and 6 novellas She is a Holt Medallion Winner and the 2005 Romantic Times Career Achievement Award Winner, as well as National Readers Choice Awards Finalist for three books.Notes from Allison Lane I am not one of those who always wanted to be a writer, though I suspect I wanted to be just about everything else doctor, astronaut, artist, scientist, and concert pianist, to name only a few My actual careers were not quite so exciting Designing computer software and running horse shows gave way to motherhood, home improvement projects, and teaching piano But books have always been one of the cornerstones of my life.When I was growing up in the mid west, reading and music kept me sane through frequent changes of address As an adult, books offered a respite from the strain of daily living Often I would finish the last page with the thought, I wish I were that creative Occasionally it would change to, Surely even I could do better than this So one day I tried But this is not a fairy tale, folks My first book was less than stellar In fact, it stunk Good writing is hard work But I enjoyed the process or maybe I just enjoy playing God so I tried again By the third tale, I had a publishable story.Where am I headed in the future I don t yet know For now, I write Regencies It is a fascinating period and an entertaining genre My work is classed as traditional though I don t consider it in quite that way I try to avoid clich s except for happy endings, of course those are what offer us respite from that daily crisis But I like to pose universal problems to my characters and then watch them find solutions I have long been fascinated by how people surmount problems to find the happiness that we all deserve.These days my spare time is limited Writing consumes most of my day I still read as much as ever and keep up with the world of science And everyone knows better than to step between me and a TV during football season it somehow takes an extra month to complete fall manuscripts.From Regency Reads


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    1. it was ok, felt bad for James, a little skin-crawling bad to have everyone think the worst of you. Not sure what the use of the Justine character was, but having two "J" males come home at the same time made the read a little confusing(view spoiler)[ When the Earl of Ridgeway died, the title went to John, the elder twin, but all the money went to James, the younger. John was furious, he had always been jealous of James, and so he chased James from home, threatening to hurt all he liked and loved [...]

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    2. Normally a big fan of Allison Lane. But this one left me a little cold. The murder mystery takes over the whole book, the 'evil twin' who destroyed everything he touched also seemed to ruin the romance itself, there are so many ugly recountings of his misdeeds. Then the heroine's constant living in fear of men for 98% of the novel put a damper on the rest of the tale. I ended up finishing it quickly just to be done, I was tired of hearing yet another awful thing that had been perpetrated. I get [...]

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