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"Max and Eleanor are terrific characters, especially as neither is typical. Neville's sweetly sensual second chance at love is an absolutely delightful, whipped historic froth." - Library Journal
This novella is approximately 26,000 words, between one quarter and one third the length of one of my novels. It takes up about 60% of the digital edition. The remainder comprises excerpts from The Importance of Being Wicked and books by other authors.See all Editorial Reviews
She is becoming in one of my most favorite authors. I keep all of her books to read again and again. Love the characters and the story line.Published 4 months ago by sara
This was a great story where she always thinks that marriage is wrong because of the examples in her life. Read morePublished 6 months ago by Tracey P.
Though a novella this was good. It's , a prequel to Importance of being Wicked and I thought it was a nice introduction to the series or catch up if you read it already.Published 10 months ago by Lydia
Max and Eleanor finds each other after five years in the house of Robert his ward. Max seduced Eleanor for a bet because a man whose his wife cousin (Eleanor ) gave her some... Read morePublished 16 months ago by Yellow Rose
I liked the H in this story, but was indifferent to the h. This was not a keeper. Disappointing read, given the quality of stories I have previously enjoyed from this authorPublished 18 months ago by like2read