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One Kiss From You: Switching Places #2 (Switching Places Series) Mass Market Paperback – October 28, 2003
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In a fit of madness, the Duke of Magnus had wagered his daughter's (Madeline, the future Duchess of Magnus) hand in marriage as a stake while gambling. He lost, and subsequently, Madeline found herself engaged to be married to Remington Knight, a rich American. Magdeline, however, was not someone to sit idly by while others decide her fate. And she persuades her gentle cousin, Eleanor (who also acts as her companion), to pretend to be her and to go to London in order to meet Remington Knight, while she tries to figure a way out of her predicament.
While Eleanor is reluctant to take part in so foolhardy an enterprise, loyalty to her cousin who took her in when she so desperately needed a home and a friend, makes her agree to the risky plan. But Eleanor is not at all sure if she can pull off this masquerade: Magdeline is flamboyant, autocratic and incredibly courageous -- everything Eleanor is not. And when she finds that she's perilously attracted to this brash and commanding American, Eleanor knows that she's sunk. For all she think about is what it would be like if Remington were really her's. But Remington seems obsessed with the notion of being married to the future duchess. And what Remington's reaction will be when he discovers that he's been wooing the wrong woman, Eleanor dare not contemplate...
On the whole I found "One Kiss From You" to be a slightly more interesting read that "Scandalous Again." The story was a compelling one about revenge and murder, with two rather interesting characters at the center of it all.Read more ›
- Remington is a hateful person; he treated Eleanor like she was a dirt-bag, something he didn't keep a secret from her! Again and again, he told her he wanted to possess her for his enjoyment. He made it clear he wanted a duchess who he will use as a sex slave! And I never really understood what was his plan in marrying the Duchess anyway? He thought he will marry her and make he so satisfied sexually that she will so his every wish? AND? Then what? Love her to DEATH?
- Eleanor is such an idiot! He talks to her as if she was a common doxy and THAT attracts her to him! After they're married and he discovers the truth, he tells her how he's going to use her for physical fulfillment (after he tells her he doesn't really want her but the duchess) and all she does is become his sex slave, calls him master and pleasure him to death?! HELLO
- One thing that I CAN'T get past is the idea of a regency, well-bred virgin who, not only knows soooo much about sexual delights, but is so eager to use every trick she knows in her first real experience with her partner...and oh she does it so well....be realistic! The woman who is described as being oh so timid, is such a teacher her first time in bed! Supposedly she learned everything from the "Hareem" ladies! I wish authors will be more careful about using accurate information. People keep mistaking Hareem for the word "orgy" or a "sex house"! truth is, its just mixing accurate information with fantasy.Read more ›
Historical romance is not a genre I like, but Christina Dodd's writing overrides my genre preferences. I guess I will read anything Christina has written.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I just re-read this book, and enjoyed it again. Well-told romance, with a bit of 'whodonit' in the back-story that added good interest without overwhelming the romance. Read morePublished 18 days ago by Bvpreadsalot
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When I picked up this book, I didn’t realize that it was the second book... Read more
Very good twist s and turns . unique characters. Obvious plot but great side trips. Worth reading, enjoy the readPublished 6 months ago by Peggie E Chiles
I am always a personal fan of books where the heroine and hero don't see eye-to-eye with each other. Read morePublished on April 24, 2014 by Whitney W
I have read this book many times and enjoy it each time. Sometimes men don't know what they want until you hit them over the head with it. Read morePublished on October 20, 2013 by Debbie Wilson
The hero cares about his revenge and his reputation. The heroine, impersonating her cousin, finds more of her true personality as she interacts with the hero. Read morePublished on July 20, 2013 by SusieFT$