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The Earl of Her Dreams Mass Market Paperback – October 31, 2006

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Product Details

  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (October 31, 2006)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0060872950
  • ISBN-13: 978-0060872953
  • Product Dimensions: 6.7 x 4.3 x 1.1 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 5.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (13 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,548,184 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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About the Author

Anne Mallory is a lifelong romance reader who soldher first novel to Avon Books after becoming a finalistin RWA’s Golden Heart contest. In Total Surrender isher eleventh book. A native Michigander, Anne currentlylives in the San Francisco Bay Area.

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I think all writers love to read -- it's part of the job description. Romance, mystery and fantasy are my favorites -- and if all three are combined, all the better!

I write Regency era set romances that are heavy on mystery, intrigue and adventure.

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The secondary characters are enjoyable as well.
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The book is really good because it has everything, romance, drama, and mystery.
I had too much fun with the book for it to have bothered me too much.
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Format: Mass Market Paperback
An over crowded Inn forces two people hiding their real identities to share a room for the night. Kate Simon is disguised as a boy, running from her brother and a forced wedding. Christian is an Earl on his own mission for a friend and posing as the average Joe.

He recognizes Kate to be a woman in disguise immediately and being someone who likes puzzles makes up his mind to solve this one and find just exactly what she is about. When a snow storm and a murder forces them together a little longer than originally anticipated, the sparks fly.

I really liked this story. I liked both Kate and Christian immediately and they eased into a relationship beautifully. There chemistry was instant and fun, natural and believable. Kate has some issues both physically and mentally that has left her a little insecure and frightened. Christian deals with her in a caring way, but lets her keep her secrets for awhile until he feels she is ready to tell. He never forces her into confiding anything.

Christian also has some personal issues, but doesn't let them get in the way of what he feels for Kate. The two of them work together to solve the murder and the reader is gifted with plenty of laughs and no shortage of sex along the way. The murder mystery is solid, the romance beautiful. This was a well rounded tale with wonderful characters and I thoroughly enjoyed every minute of it. Anne Mallory is an author I will seek out again, Enjoy!
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By A. Woman on June 11, 2008
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But don't get me wrong, I actually enjoyed the mystery. This is the first Anne Mallory book I've ever read and I'm wondering if she's ever, or has ever considered, just writing a straight up mystery novel. Strangely, I felt that Christian and Kate had more chemistry between them when they were working together on the case than when they were, er, working on each other. The secondary characters were all interesting in their own ways. The book moved at a good pace and kept my interest until the end. I would recommend this book more for mystery fans than romance readers.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By starryyuki on October 16, 2008
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*** Back cover synopsis ***
They could hide their painful pasts and true identities...
Facing the choice of flight or a wedding she cannot abide, Kate Simon has chosen to flee. Disguised as a boy, she takes refuge in a roadside inn, and finds herself rooming with intensely secretive Christian Black. Kate is breathless in the presence of this handsome, mysterious rogue whose piercing gaze seems to strip her naked. But neither suspects that a savage storm and a murder will draw them closer together still.
But not the passion in their hearts
Christian dares not let anyone learn of his haunted past--or that he is, in truth, the Earl of Canley--especially not a slip of a girl whose masculine attire cannot disguise the exquisite female form beneath. But now that destiny and a dastardly crime have united them, Christian can no longer contain his desire to taste the nectar of Kate's sweet kiss. Danger certainly abounds, but the gravest peril might be resisting a once-in-a-lifetime passion that can heal all wounds.

*** Personal opinion ***
It's an okay book to me. Although the idea of having Kate Simon disguise as a boy and shacking up at inn room with a rogue is in enticing plot, however, the book lacks some good chemistry between the two main characters. The "investigation" that happened at the inn was worth following and I must say Christian's character does portray some good traits of a mischievous rogue, however, I see lots of space for more development to Christian's character to become a more enticing and loveable rogue. Only if the author would put in a little more effort in developing her characters' personality with more details instead of simply wording like: "a sly grin" "his best charming smile" etc. etc., this book would've been more enjoyable.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By M. Rondeau VINE VOICE on December 26, 2006
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As a relatively newer author, Anne Mallory is making her mark in taking a well used plot and putting her own spin to it by making it a delightfully original, suspense filled and delicious romance.

Kate Simon is running from a despicable half brother who intends to marry her off to an equally despicable cohort with the intention of splitting with him the modest dowry her deceased father had left her. She is disguised as a young man, posing as a tailor and taking a room at the Dragon's Tale Inn at a reduced rate by helping out with the inn's mending. Because she is somewhat of an employee, the inn keeper convinces her to share his/her room with another gentleman for one night, only the gentleman is no `gentleman'.

Christian Black, the Earl of Canley is traveling incognito on an errand to save his best and only friend Anthony from ruin by retrieving a lost journal. He is more than willing to share a room, especially when he sees right through Kate's disguise to the very lovely and delectable bit of muslin he plans to seduce. His plans go awry when they are both trapped by a blizzard and thrust into a murder investigation. Taking advantage of the situation, Christian poses as a Bow Street runner in order to search the inn for the missing journal, discover the guilty party, and learn all of his lovely roommate's secrets.

*** This was a delightfully robust romance that comes complete with a plethora of interesting and colorful characters, a bounty of likely suspects, and two sensitive and wounded protagonists just made for one another.
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