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  • Just ok

    Overall this was a goid book, saved by our heroine, a character well conceived and easy to root for. The same cannot be said for our leading man who was, in the personality department a little lacking and shallow. The passion was undeniable, but the love was Luke warm. So was my love for this book.

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  • Castaway with the moody Marquess

    The second book in this series, it is helpful to read The Tale of Two Barons first, as there are numerous cross-references to that novel. Samantha considered herself an orphan, and although her aunt and uncle have reared her, she has become independent of mind and of spirit, making it somewhat difficult to find a suitable match. On a cruise with her aunt, who spends more time below decks than above due to seasickness, Samantha takes a late night break to get some fresh air. She finds the bad-tempered and brooding Marquess of Plymouth taking a late night smoke and is incensed when he insults her in the rudest possible way. In one moment she is slapping his face and in the next, she is having to hold on to him for her very life as they are both swept away by a rogue wave. Cast away, believing the ship is lost, Samantha and Ethan have to depend on one another for their very survival. Far from being missish and terrified, Ethan discovers that Samantha is a font of information and good ideas, making their misadventure that much easier to deal with. As Ethan gets to know her, he discovers that Samantha is everything he needs in a woman, despite his preconceived ideas. He, in turn, is another person altogether when distanced from the responsibilities of his title and Samantha finds herself falling for the moody man. The book is generally well written with a good plot and storyline, however, I did find the number of people and sub-plots a bit distracting at times. The book definitely needs to have an age restriction as scenes of intimacy abound, but otherwise, the book came to a happy and successful conclusion. I received this book for free from eBook Discovery. I voluntarily post this review. This is my honest review.

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  • The Passion of a Marquess

    Swept overboard by a rougue wave and managing to land on a deserted island, a marquess and a lady are marooned for a week! Nature takes it's course! After being rescued by pirate ship and a misunderstang, they become seperated before landing on land! They both arrive safely back in England one day apart and go back to their old lives, very unsettled. After a few mishaps, they end up together. There are a few references to people and happenings in earlier books but this book can stand alone.

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