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  • File Size: 962 KB
  • Print Length: 173 pages
  • Publisher: BC Publications (December 19, 2013)
  • Publication Date: December 19, 2013
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services, Inc.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006FKBCOM
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #276,134 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Some may know Claudy Conn as Claudette Williams/Melanie Davis, two names she used when publishing her regency and historical romances, with Random House, Zebra and Doubleday.

USA Today bestselling author who writes historical and regency romances, has stepped into the world of paranormal romance as well, with her hits such as Legend Series, Through Time and the Shadow Series.

We asked what does she do when she isn't writing and she tells us, she and her hot husband love hiking, swimming, traveling and playing with their variety of animals--wolf Cherokee and her now overgrown hybrid pup, Rocky the Man, included.

Her favorite things she says are, chocolate, fries and pizza.
She loves to hear from her fans, so visit her at: www.claudyconn.com

She can also be found quite a bit at her author page on FB./
www.facebook.com/#!/pages/Claudy-Conn-Paranormal-Romance-Author/135826686471445

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35 of 37 people found the following review helpful By Vonnie Faroqui on January 17, 2012
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What was once an innocent, if rollicking, regency romance has exploded with passion as Claudy Conn revisits Myriah Fire to turn up the heat.

No mewing coquette she, Myriah Whitney refuses to settle nicely into marriage as prescribed by the haut ton of British society. Born into wealth and privilege with both beauty and brains, Myriah is willfully holding out for a love match. Unfortunately, Myriah gets caught in what appears to be an amorous kiss with the eligible Sir Roland and rather than create a scene or acquiesce to a loveless marriage, Myriah chooses to slip away before an engagement can be announced.

The road Myriah takes from London turns out to be one of high adventure, when she comes across a young nobleman, bleeding to death with a bullet in his side. Myriah manages to get the youth safely to his manor and in the absence of servants tends his wounds. As innocent as she may be, Myriah quickly finds herself in yet another compromising position, when she wakes in the silken embrace of Lord Kit Winborne, the youth's older brother. Being mistaken for a bit-of-muslin might have proven devastating for a lesser soul, but this miss is anything but daunted. She rises from the encounter with dignity intact and proceeds to win the good Lord's heart.

Myriah may feel an instant attraction for Kit, but she already has suspicions that all is not well on the Winborne estate. Most of the servants are gone, the grounds have become overgrown, and then there is the mystery of how young William Winborne came by his bullet wound. The Winbornes seem to have fallen on hard times.
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60 of 71 people found the following review helpful By labrat on October 10, 2013
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This is a sexed up rehash of Claudette William's (aka Claudy Conn) MYRIAH which was published in 1978.

It was interesting to contrast the the old school attention to Regency detail with the obviously added and crudely worded sex scenes that would not have passed muster in 1978.

Not cool, Claudette, or whatever you call yourself these days.
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35 of 41 people found the following review helpful By jacksib on October 30, 2013
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I have to say that this story was as about as boring as it gets. There was no romance, just two people who wanted to have sex together. No building up the characters, or the plot. Ridiculous behavior from the heroine, inappropriate language for the time period. Basically, crap. This book was so bad, I couldn't finish it. I don't know the people who wrote rave reviews. All I can say is, "Really?"
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31 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on September 18, 2013
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1.5 Stars: would give one except I actually finished the story. The male lead may have had some redeemable qualities hidden under his rough exterior, but they weren't fleshed out enough to make me fall in love with him. And there was no "falling" just sex and boom there is love. I'm not an expert on the language of the day, but the dialog is old English until they have sex and then it becomes very modern. At least the ending was decent.
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23 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on March 14, 2014
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I saw all the great reviews and thought I would give this book a try. OMG, I am only half way through the book and I can't take any more. I never not finish a book. I hate to not finish a book. Were these people reading a different book then me? This book is so stupid. In those days if you took off like this, your life would be ruined, your reputation shot, done. Yet this girl, who is has never been with a man, runs off and within um I think one day, ends up in bed with the supposedly handsome, ex soldier, peer of the realm who has lost all his money, no servants to speak of and has turned into a smuggler. However, thank goodness he still has expensive "clean" clothes to look the part. Boring, boring and boring. There are too many good books out there to waste my time on this one. I am deleting it from my library.
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17 of 20 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 6, 2012
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I just finished this book and I really enjoyed it. Claudy is a wonderful author, with detailed story telling that allows you to become part of the story. From beginning to end I was thoroughly entertained with this book, and hated for it to end. I would defintely recommend this to anyone who wants to be swept away to another time and place, to enjoy a great story. Claudy definitely has created a life long fan, and I can't wait to read more of her books.
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12 of 14 people found the following review helpful By kshrop on October 5, 2013
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Myriah flirts her way through a few seasons but cannot find a man she can love. While at a ball her father finds her kissing Lord Roland, a fellow who is deeply in debt. Mariah`s family is rich, and the nasty Roland is really wanting her money. But of course she is beautiful and he wouldn't mind bedding her -- at least for awhile.

Her father has spoiled her but decides she needs to marry Roland. Our heroine does act a tad spoiled, and she doesn't understand why women are not allowed to kiss a few men. Well duh -- this is the Regency period and she isn't Caroline Lamb.

So she runs away intending to go to her grandfather, but comes across a young man who has been shot. She takes him to his home and looks after him. Shortly after our hero arrives home. The older brother and Lord of the manor.

Kit is suspicious of our heroine, and she returns the compliment. He knows she is lying about her identity, and she thinks he is involved in smuggling.

There is basically an immediate physical attraction which the couple does not fight. She has sex with him and then knows she loves him.

Roland discovers where she is hiding and plans to force her to marry him. I won't give any spoilers, though I think most readers will have figured it out.

The characters were not fleshed out enough for me. Basically they were both good looking and both honorable people. She did look after the brother, and their relationship was written as one of their seeing each other in that light.

I did get a little tired of the use of cant. The characters sounded like teenagers trying to impress their peers. Did the writers of that period use those phrases? I don't think so-- unless it was a character being made to look foolish. Perhaps I am being overly particular.

This was a n OK story. I really couldn't get into the characters deeply. This was worth reading but I won't go back to it again.
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