An Improper Duchess

  • Title: An Improper Duchess
  • Author: Amanda McCabe
  • ISBN: 9781460304136
  • Page: 255
  • Format: ebook
  • An Improper Duchess Melisande Duchess of Gifford has enjoyed running wild since surviving her unhappy marriage but she knows it s only a matter of time before her brother forces her to settle down and be respectable De
    Melisande, Duchess of Gifford, has enjoyed running wild since surviving her unhappy marriage but she knows it s only a matter of time before her brother forces her to settle down and be respectable Determined to make herself free, Melisande decides to escape into ruined exile with an absolutely scandalous affair and leave London forever But her heart may have other planMelisande, Duchess of Gifford, has enjoyed running wild since surviving her unhappy marriage but she knows it s only a matter of time before her brother forces her to settle down and be respectable Determined to make herself free, Melisande decides to escape into ruined exile with an absolutely scandalous affair and leave London forever But her heart may have other plans when she meets intriguing Lord Grayson Sanbourne

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    About Amanda McCabe


    1. aka Laurel McKee Amanda Carmack Amanda wrote her first romance at the age of sixteen a vast historical epic starring all her friends as the characters, written secretly during algebra class and her parents wondered why math was not her strongest subject She s never since used algebra, but her books have been nominated for many awards, including the RITA Award, the Romantic Times BOOKReviews Reviewers Choice Award, the Booksellers Best, the National Readers Choice Award, and the Holt Medallion She lives in Oklahoma with a menagerie of two cats, a Pug, and a very bossy miniature Poodle, along with far too many books.When not writing or reading, she loves taking dance classes, collecting cheesy travel souvenirs, and watching the Food Network even though she doesn t cook.


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    1. Melisande, at 33, is a dowager duchess and even though she's technically free, people are still telling her how to live her life. So she plots to ruin herself so she'll have to be exiled from London society and maybe finally experience the freedom she longs for. She doesn't count on Grayson Sanbourne, who tempts her to be herself and who sparks her desire for adventure with him. This was really cute with two very likeable characters, but the ending needed an epilogue or something. It ended abrup [...]

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    2. Short books and I really have a difficult relationship. I always end up feeling everything was forced and rushed and this time it wasn't different.And there was a lot of potential. The author could definitely have worked more on Melisande's painful past and developed that, not only for the sake of the readers, but also for Gray.Well, if you're looking for something light, this is definitely the way to go. Just don't expect too much,

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    3. It was a short story, but very well told, if a bit unbelievable, but McAcbe wrote something in 48 pages that some people can't write given 300 or more, and that was emotion, passion and entertainment. Will definitely look for more stuff from her.

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    4. It was ok, but I would have liked it if it was longer. Read 12p

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