The Perfect Lover - Stephanie Laurens Reviews
Description:ISBN 0749937254 / Author: Stephanie Laurens / Genre: Fiction / Marrying you will be entirely my pleasure.Amelia Cynster hears these words ... more
The Perfect Lover - Stephanie Laurens ... from handsome, enigmatic Lucien Ashford, 6th Viscount Calverton, and is stunned. It's near dawn and she's risked scandal by lying in wait for him just outside his London house. But he agrees to her outrageous marriage proposal - just prior to falling unconscious at her feet. Amelia is torn between astounded relief and indignant affront, then decides she doesn't care. She has always loved him - no other man will do for her - and she's tired of waiting. Sometimes a young lady needs to take matters into her own hands. But matters of the heart are never that simple. The first hitch in Amelia's plans comes when Luc refuses to agree to a hasty wedding, but insists on properly wooing her...in public and in private. Soon she longs for those moments away from the watchful gaze of the ton in which she can learn all about seduction from a master. But unknown to Amelia, Luc has a very good reason for wooing her. Every wicked gentleman has his price.
Newest Review: ... by meddling mothers. He's known Portia since she was a child and has never considered her to be wife material and shes also ... more
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by - written on 08/06/09, updated on 08/06/09 (Useful, 24 readings)
Stephanie Laurens is one of my all time favourite authors and i have not found a book by her that i havent fallen in love with. The above synopsis says this book is about Amelia Cynster but its wrong. This one is actually about Simon Cynster and Portia Ashford. Simon doesnt like having all these women thrust upon him by meddling mothers. He's known Portia since she was a child and has never considered her to be wife material and shes also known to be disinterested in marriage. Simon starts his search for a wife..on his own terms at a party at Glossup Hall and a heated kiss between him and Portia starts him thinking she isnt the child ... Read the complete review
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