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  • Mary Jo Putney's novels are most entertaining.

    This was a great read. I so love historical romances and Mary Jo Putney did not fail to impress. Can't wait to read the rest of the series.

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  • Loving a lost lord

    Loved reading this romance. I enjoyed reading about the intrigue and mystery of the main character having amnesia but recovering and getting good the heroine to love him in the end.

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  • Great author

    Great author had me captivated and yearning for more great twists and I can't wait to read the next one 😀

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  • It kept my interest.

    I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading more from this author. Other than being a little cheezy at the end it was a good plot. It kept my interest.

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  • Amnesia and a lost lord historical romance

    Yet another book which I have read, and half re-read yet failed to write a review. Mariah Clarke's father won their home, Hartley Manor, in a gaming hell. Finally, after years of travelling from one gaming hell to another, one country to another, one country house to another they have put down roots. But no sooner have they settled down than Mariah's father disappears and George Burke, the original owner of the house tells Mariah her father is dead and is trying to intimidate her into marrying him. Adam Lawford, the seventh Duke of Ashton was born and brought up in India, with an Indian mother. He has always been treated as a bit of an outcast as a result. One of his latest experiments backfires badly and he almost dies. Mariah rescues him but he has lost his memory. Mariah takes the opportunity to spin the yarn that Adam is her husband, returned from his travels. As I often find with the first book in an historical series such as this, this was a bit clunky. Adam and Mariah didn't have the wit or the charm of later characters, there was inevitably a lot of backstory and introducing the other Lost Lords as a prologue to their books. Also, there seemed to be too many plots, either there should be dastardly deeds surrounding Mariah's father's death or Adam's accident, not both! According to Goodreads I haven't read any of the others in this series either - do we think that's right or did I just fail to write a review?

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