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  • Great Story!

    9 Show more Review London, England 1829 The written word can often imitate life, but when murder comes into play, is it a portent on what is to be? "A woman was murdered in the same fashion you wrote about in Manhunter. The magistrate wishes to question you." Lady Annise Belmont, writing under the pen name A.Bel could not believe what she was hearing. "Anyone who read my book could have done it." she said to her publisher but he could only say "The murder happened before the book's release.". But it goes much deeper than that as to the victim, and her publisher wanted her to flee the country although she was not guilty. Her only thought was to flee and the only person she felt to help her was solicitor, Devan Lansing. The first time they met Devan had been attracted to her. But their stations put her above him. Yet he was determined to help her prove her innocence and find out what was happening. An enthralling mystery and romance that pulled me in immediately with believable characters that pulled the story along. I have enjoyed every book in this series and cannot say enough about Tess St. John's writing that leaves me only wanting more!

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  • Overcoming obstacles to love

    A suspenseful historical romance, this novel thrusts the reader into a world of crime from the opening sentence. Discovering that her non de plume is about to be exposed, Lady Annise goes to the one man in London who can help her. Annise has been side-lined and rejected by her parents since she was a young girl and her self-esteem has suffered. Nevertheless, she is has become a strong woman with a will of steel, making her a force to be reckoned with. Devan Lansing has carried a torch for Lady Annise since he first met her, admiring her incisive mind and her ability to succinctly state her case. As a lawyer, he appreciates her ability with words but realises that their stations in life are so far apart that he does not stand a chance of winning her heart. That is until she appears on his doorstep looking for help. The plot of this story is interesting and keeps the reader in suspense as Annise and Devan try to determine the reasons for Annise being targeted. As their relationship develops one cannot help but want to cheer them on, but Annise's overdeveloped logic keeps getting in the way. The story is well written and kept my interest right through. It is part of a series and in order to fully appreciate the nuances of this novel, it does help to read the preceding books. It nevertheless comes to a happy conclusion, leaving me with a feeling that all is well with the world. I received a copy of this novel as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Delighted to Discover Tess St. John's books.

    I liked this story and the Regency Redemption series so much that I have started the Chances Are series, and now I am looking forward to the Undercover series. I like Tess St. John's style of writing.

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  • Protecting Lady Annise

    very hohum! No real depth to characters. Would not read any others by this author. Would not recommend it to anyone.

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