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A lady must be prepared for anything . . . when marrying a scoundrel.
Sadie Moon once thought she was in love. Then her dashing husband left her to seek his fortune, and she had no choice but to transform herself from a heartbroken waif into London Society's favorite fortune-teller. But even she could not have foreseen Jack's return—until their paths cross in the last place either would have expected: London's most exclusive house of pleasure.
Now wealthy and successful, Jack Friday has everything he'd ever dreamed of . . . except Sadie. He swears he will never trust the woman who broke her promise to wait for him, though his passion for her burns as hotly as ever before. But love, like the past, comes back to haunt them—drawing them into a web of intrigue and betrayal that could save or destroy them both.
Kathryn Smith has always loved happy endings. From the bedtime stories her wildly imaginative mother told, to the soap operas she wasn't supposed to watch, Kathryn loved to speculate as to how the characters would end up. Needless to say the entire Smith household heard about it when things did not go as young Kathryn thought they ought. Through her school years, Kathryn wrote stories and books for her friends to read. Even during college, when she studied journalism, her need to make up her own tales often drove her to late nights at the typewriter, writing about sexy men and the women they fell in love with. Fortunately, Kathryn's idea of sexy has changed over the years. Instead of rock stars and spies she writes about lords and...well, spies. The best part is she gets to share these stories with a few more people than were in her homeroom class!
This has to be one of the best long lost love historical romance books I have ever read. Kathryn Smith put so much passion and yearning into the characters and I could feel their... Read morePublished on April 13, 2013 by Amazon Customer
This book is about the ultimate second chance. Reunited after ten years apart Jack Friday and Sadie Moon must overcome the obstacles that originally tore them apart and cure the... Read morePublished on February 9, 2012 by A. M. Edwards
Sadie married her titled sweetheart when they both were very young. Jack left Sadie to find his own wealth and escape his Grandfather (an Earl). Read morePublished on December 29, 2010 by cb
You can really feel the love of saddie and jack. :) I think this is the second book in the series - "When seducing a Duke" --> which is really good as well. Read morePublished on November 16, 2010 by Stephanie
Years ago, Jack Friday and Sadie Moon were married, despite the fact that his aristocratic family didn't approve. Read morePublished on August 2, 2010 by M. Nix
I rather enjoyed this book. This is a wonderful story about second chances. The flow of the story was great. Read morePublished on June 10, 2010 by pen pen