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The Duke’s Wager / Lord of Dishonor by Edith Layton
But it was his face that first and last attached the eye. This book was okay, nothing outstanding. Amazon Rapids Fun stories for kids on the go. His eyes were not so dissimilar as to shock, but seeing him once, the viewer would be troubled by some nagging discrepancy and turn to search his face until his varicolored eddith were at last discovered, and the viewer amazed and enchanted.
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Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. Withoutabox Submit to Film Festivals. Edith Layton wrote her first novel when she was ten. Set up a giveaway. May 16, Rane rated it really liked it Shelves: Bride Enchanted Kindle Edition. This story is not improbable, it’s utterly impossible. North is an enigma throughout the book which makes for great plot suspense. The plot is a little prescribed.
It’s like a marriage of convenience without the actual marriage. This is a book you would borrow from the library — not buy- and never check out again. Sep 09, PJ rated it really liked it.
Please try again later. Aug 10, Polo rated it really liked it. But these mistakes are monstrous. Though she’s one of the two legitimate Amberleys, she’s nonetheless tarred by the same brush, leaving her still unmarried, as beaus are reluctant to offer for her then find edth shares her mother’s inclinations. Yes, we have balls, big country estates, meddling mamas, and an engagement of convenience, but it all takes place on the fringes of the ton.
Lord of dishonor was so so. But still nice nutheless. In this way they tend to balance each other out perfectly. There may be some minor editing glitches but not enough to stop you reading.
Sorry, your blog cannot share posts by email. Back then I was a kid basically so I didn’t understand some of the intricacies of Ms. Amazon Australia Services, Inc. This was an obvious take on the Oxford progeny. I appreciated all the little details of Countess of Clovelly’s life and the peop 4. It might be wise, though, to use the services of a knowledgeable and ruthless editor prior to publishing. They stay at his estate together and get to know each other as they act the besotted couple.
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The story really picked for me when they reach his home and his back-story and angst is revealed. English Choose a language for shopping.
One is left with the feeling he is bored with it all, having done it before. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. You would probably buy it and would layron recommend it to your friends. The story was strong enough erith the conflict tight enough, so even when the book faltered, it was able to draw you back in and keep you.
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Lord of Dishonor
To find out more, including how to control cookies, see here: So far Amanda had succeeded in steering clear of the clutches of those eager young blades. Thought it was slow in several spots.
Only a little above average height, his form was well proportioned and well muscled, with not an extra jot of flesh. Though neither wishes to marry, for their own reasons, they agree to an engagement to salvage Amanda’s honor, with the expectation of Amanda jilting him and going back to Sir Giles.
The nose was straight, a trifle too long and thin, the mouth not at all the full, plump standard of Greek statuary, for while well cut it was thin as well, and bore at times a half-quirked, sensuous smile. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1.