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Laura Kinsale is a winner and multiple nominee for the Best Book of the Year award given by the Romance Writers of America. She became a romance writer after six years as a geologist -- a career which consisted of getting out of bed in the middle of the night and driving hundreds of miles alone across west Texas to sit at drilling rigs, wear a hard hat, and attempt to boss around oil-covered males considerably larger than herself. This, she decided, was pushing her luck. So she gave all that up to sit in a chair and stare into space for long periods of time, attempting to figure out What-Happens-Next. She and her husband David currently divide their time between Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Texas.
As someone with a postgraduate degree in creative writing, I've had difficulty finding romance novels that don't chafe with cliche and clumsy prose. Read morePublished 5 days ago by Rachel M Girouard
I remembered reading this novel during my last year in high school. Fabio was on the cover, and my friends who were avid romance novel readers convinced me, a big sci-fi reader, to... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Yaya
I love this story, the characters are genuine and the way they meet unique. I've read hundreds of romance novels but this is one of my favorites.Published 1 month ago by Kindle Customer
Felt the termoil of the duke quite realistically.
Without giving away the plot, I found myself struggling along with him.
I've read a few other reviews of this book—mostly quite favorable, but a few that thought the hero, Christian, was simply amazing; while the heroine, Maddy, was a whiny drag. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Susan Glidden
It's a well written historical romance and better-researched and more ambitious than the norm. The characterization of Christian is interesting and provocative, portraying a man in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Sam21
The only problem I found with the story was the heroine going back and forth on her "beliefs". I felt she was too wishy-washy about it. Read morePublished 2 months ago by dungenesspei
This is a lovely romantic story. I know someday, I will enjoy rereading about MaddyGirl and the Duke. Thank you, Laura KinsalePublished 2 months ago by Candace S. Weiss
I liked the characters. Initially the dialogue was difficult to follow. The story was so interesting I didn't want to put the book down.Published 3 months ago by Kathy Brooks