February Dorchester ISBN Everyone knew Lady X or, at least, everyone knew of her. The masked courtesan was reputedly a noblewoman. It’s a case of mistaken identities and unmistakable attraction in New York Times bestselling author Lynsay Sands’ classic historical romance, previously. The Reluctant Reformer By Lynsay Sands – FictionDB. Cover art, synopsis, sequels, reviews, awards, publishing history, genres, and time period.

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He had rarely if ever bothered to even ride out to the estate he had inherited with his title. Mas v Divertido, gostosinho de ler mas Got potential to read another time She wondered, and immediately pushed the thought out of her head with a shudder.

He’s been keeping tabs on heroine, discovers she’s at a brothel. Neither character got me. I-” She paused, scowling as the earlier tap on the door was repeated, more loudly and insistent this time.

As for the other women, Maggie had not feared recognition or detection by any of them since they moved in very erluctant circles. Setting her tea cup down in it’s saucer with a clatter, she had sat up abruptly, her eyes shooting toward the clock in the corner.

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The Reluctant Reformer

To ask other readers questions about The Reluctant Reformerplease sign up. And she had no doubt he had given his life in battle with as much passion and as little regret as he had lived the rest of his life.


He died in war protecting a good friend. What’s more, she couldn’t even write about it.

Ramsey’s mouth dropped at that, then snapped shut. Gerald had loved that bloody townhouse in the city.

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Both relkctant were mostly clueless throughout the book. She assumes her brothers pen name and begins to write articles for a local newspaper. Sheer silk, red, that covered absolutely nothing.

It was just too damn bad he had had to leave her in such a fix. Refresh and try again. Not much to James’ character though.

It’s Maggie’s beau and the local pastor. Good Lord, how had she ended up here?! I got bored than I started skipping just to get to the sznds. I could hardly dig about in here with you sitting there just waiting to be discovered by the Pastor, could I?

The romance and Maggie’s adventurous escapades seemed to mesh, which was good. While the initial premise becomes old pretty fast, the following novel is quite fun and includes somethings which don’t normally happen in historical romance.

Now get me out of here.

I would have finished it fast it took me a week but I had bronchitis and a sinus infection and I wasn’t into reading While sorting through her brother’s papers, Maggie had come reforer the knowledge that her brother had lead a double life. Oh really, this is perfect timing.

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Maggie took in the hopeful gaze of the girl, peered at the ground such a long way down, then shifted cautiously on the ledge, her mind made up when her stomach jumped nervously. A great story to get your teeth stuck into while curled up on the sofa. I seemed to graze over parts that would not end Lord Ramsey, James Huttledon, fought in the war with Maggie’s brother, and promises to look after Maggie after Maggie’s brother dies saving James.

It weren’t even mine. James had to ignore his quarry’s violent protests that he was an idiot, that she was never the infamous X. The ending, thankfully, was nicely crafted and good. I am leaving tonight. This was dumb, well-written fun.

And even when Maggie does finally accept her peril, she engages in behavior worthy of the most asinine heroine in a teenage slasher flick. Maggie peered in at the tableau taking place in the room next to Maisey’s and groaned aloud. One of my favourite stories!