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    Ladies Traveler Guide to Scoundrels and Other Gent

    I have most of Victoria's books. This is a good read with some reread spots. She did a good job putting her characters and story lines together. It bounced around a lot but those people just wanted their own way! India came to a meeting of Ladies who started to learn about traveling. They learn how to travel. India has lost her cousin Heloise. Eloise packed her trunks and has disappeared after she got to Paris. Derek is at this meeting trying to clean up this mess. It was anger, sadness and happy times. India made Derek look for Heloise and she was coming too! There were all kinds of issues from here on. They had to take chaperones because of India. Her boss, Sir Martin, lets her go. Then he worries about her and messes everything up except for the Ball she never had. I would recommend this book for everyone. I liked this book. It pulls hi in. Check this one out and don't let it get away! You won't regret it! I volunteered to read and review this book.
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    Delightful Tale

    India Pendergast is always right, she is very organized and everything and everyone follows her plans until the day her cousin embarks on a journey to Paris and disappears. Derek Saunders has been keeping an eye on his great aunt on behalf of his mother, when he and India come to loggerheads over her missing cousin. A journey to Paris during the exposition ensues and much enjoyment is derived from reading about their clashes as they search for India's cousin. Victoria Alexander once again writes a story full of wonderful characters, lots of laughs and so I will forgive her for killing Henry and not writing a HEA for Edward.
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