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  • Wonderful

    Great read, another Quick book you didn't want to put down. Loved the story line and all the people.

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  • Couln't be more apropos.

    Today I finished Ravished for the fifth time - and I will read it again. Absolutely delightful. Strong writing, amusing plot, excellent research, and lots of sexual tension.

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  • Ravished

    Great fun. Amanda Quick does it again. Feisty heroine, marvellous hero, everything is as it should be.

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  • No Beast at All

    Harriet Pomeroy is a bluestocking who is solely interested in fossils. She doesn’t believe that she will ever marry, and she is content to stay in the country and be a spinster. Gideon, Viscount St. Justin is known as the Beast of Blackthorne hall because it is rumoured that he caused his fiancé to kill herself and may have had something to do with his own brother’s death. Because no one has believed he has honour, Gedeon prefers to stay out of society and take care of his many family holdings. When Harriet finds that thieves are using her caves to hide their ill-gotten gains, she summons Gideon to a place he hasn’t been in 6 years. Due to their stubbornness Gideon and Harriet find themselves trapped in the caves over night, which leads to the destruction of Harriet’s reputation. Gideon having honour, and unrecognized feelings for Harriet, proposes marriage. While Gideon and Harriet discover each other and an ever-lasting love, the truth about the past is revealed and both society and the Westbrook family are forced to re-evaluate their views of St. Justin. I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I read it for the fist time about 30 years ago. This was my first time listening to it on audio. The narrator was good, and the various voices were consistent throughout the book. I love the story and how Harriet believed in her husband and was willing to take on all comers to defend him. Her fierceness, stubbornness, and soft heart make her such a lovable heroine. While Gideon exhibited the same traits, you only see his heart regarding Harriet and his parents. It's been a while since I’ve read this book, and I enjoyed it just as much this time as I did the last. It reminded me once again why I started reading historical romance novels and what I love about them. The main characters are dynamic and entertaining and there is a main subplot that has many branches. This story me keep me turning the pages/listening to find out what would happen next – especially when it would be outrageous. Highly recommend this book to Historical Romance Readers, whether you’re new to the genre or been reading it for a long time.

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