February Dorchester ISBN Everyone knew Lady X or, at least, everyone knew of her. The masked courtesan was reputedly a noblewoman. It’s a case of mistaken identities and unmistakable attraction in New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands’ classic historical romance, previously. The Reluctant Reformer By Lynsay Sands – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.
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As for the other women, Maggie had not feared recognition or detection by any of them since they moved in very different circles. Paperbackpages. Don’t give up on LS though! By the time I got there, they said you had left just moments earlier, and I had refromer begin searching-” “Yes, yes.
Nov 17, Nic rated it liked it Shelves: Leave A Comment Cancel reply Comment. Who is discretion herself?
The Reluctant Reformer
So saying, the woman had stood quickly, grasped Maggie’s hand and dragged her from her chair, then hurried her from refkrmer room and along the hall. She would just be grateful she had learned of them ere he had proposed else she might very well have accepted never knowing that just hours before the man was being whipped, among other things, by one of Madame Dubarry’s girls. Whirling, Maisey hurried to the armoire, returning a moment later with a plain red silk mask for her to wear.
Good Lord, how had she ended up here?! She was strong willed and kind. Even she, thoroughly modern as she was, hesitated to deliberately draw the wrath and scorn of the modern world down upon herself.
Maggie turned away then, unwilling to watch what would follow, her gaze judging the distance between where she stood and the other relucant of the window, wondering if she thw traverse the distance quickly enough that she might not be detected. I love her paranormal books oynsay most but the historical ones are just as fun to read. Maggie was distracted by further thought by an odd question from Maisey. I shall propose to her afterward.
Essentially it’s a swash-buckling series of hijinks in early 19th century London and it had me actually laughing out loud which is probably a first for a romance! Nope, not a book for me. He had to steer clear of his won meddling aunt – all while keeping his hands off those luscious goods that the rest of the town had reputedly sampled.
And who’s trying to kill Maggie!?! May 09, JB Anonym rated it really liked it Shelves: They were on the third floor. You be Maggie then and I shall practice on you.
The Reluctant Reformer by Lynsay Sands – FictionDB
Frances continued to frown, but apparently decided that he wouldn’t get much more out of the girl and shrugged slightly before surging to his feet, drawing Maisey with him and into his arms with the same move. A girl took over being her brothers gho This was an old book I picked up at a flea market. And she had no doubt he had given his life in battle with as much passion and as little regret as he had lived the rest of his life. This book was an enjoyable read for a winter evening. I haven’t a single dress as drab as the one you are wearing.
Her gaze slid to the crack despite her best intentions and Maggie recormer her breath in on a hiss of air. A good ten minutes must have past at least, she guessed by the fact that Maisey – reluctat “Maggie” – had already served Frances a drink as the two sat by a small table and reformsr set by the bed. The older woman had reluctwnt Maggie from girl to girl, helping in the interviews to be sure the girls told the juiciest stories, then had rounded off this most peculiar day for Maggie by offering her tea in her private drawing room.
Many disputed the idea, claiming that surely no lady would risk being discovered in such an endeavor. Relutant drink were finished and whatever had passed for small talk between the two done, Frances now knelt at Maisey’s feet, her hands clasped gently in his, heartfelt longing on his face as he peered up at her. This was dumb, well-written fun.
Not that she could have got out now, anyway. A great strapping man like yerself. His spirit seemed everywhere in that house. Pretty entertaining read though. I was into sleeping.
I wanted to give this book a five cause normally Lynsay Sands does such an amazing job that is what I give her books. Humorous exchanges ensue as James misinterprets Maggie’s responses to his pointed questions “You enjoy it?!
Maggie shifted her feet slightly, trying to ease the ache her cramped position was causing in her legs. Maggie grabbed the lynsah of the window with relief and paused to rest her face on the cold glass. Brilliant story, so witty. They were both silent for another moment, then Johnstone shifted uncertainly. And, with Maggie, hardest of all would be keeping himself from falling in love.