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To Make a Match

To Make a Match

Escrito por Liana LeFey

Narrado por Justine Eyre


To Make a Match

Escrito por Liana LeFey

Narrado por Justine Eyre

valoraciones:
4/5 (1 clasificación)
Longitud:
6 horas
Publicado:
Nov 26, 2013
ISBN:
9781480558434
Formato:
Audiolibro

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A perfect matchmaking plan has gone perfectly awry.…

Lady Victoria Lennox longs for romance and marriage. But such dreams may come to nothing when her sharp-spoken older sister, Amelia, sends away every potential suitor. Desperate to hear wedding bells, Victoria hatches a scheme, a scandal that will ensure a husband for Amelia and clear Victoria's path to the altar. However, Victoria makes her first mistake when she ropes the devilishly charming Lord Julius Cavendish into her plot…and her second when she surrenders to his passionate kisses.

Julius feigns interest in Amelia, yet he yearns for petite, spirited Victoria. Meanwhile his friend Lord Withington agrees to act as Victoria's decoy suitor, distracting Amelia from the very real courtship happening under her nose. But when Withington sees how tender and protective Amelia is beneath her frosty facade, he is immediately smitten.

All four soon find themselves publicly attached…to the wrong person. Now, making the right match means untangling a web of secret desires and risking everything for love.

Publicado:
Nov 26, 2013
ISBN:
9781480558434
Formato:
Audiolibro


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  • (4/5)
    Lady Victoria Lennox has a simple plan. In order to free the way for her to marry, she has to find someone who will marry her older sister Amelia. Amelia has, however, been refusing all suitors for several years. When Victoria overhears Lord Julian Cavendish telling his friend Lord Withington that he is planning to marry, she believes that she has found the perfect candidate for her sister. She plans to pretend that Lord Cavendish is courting her because Amelia has had the habit of going after anyone interested in Victoria.Except the simple plan becomes a complex one very quickly because, when Lord Cavendish meets Victoria, he immediately decides that he wants to marry her and Lord Withington sets his heart on Lady Amelia. Somehow, things go awry and Lord Cavendish finds himself courting Lady Amelia and Victoria is being courted by Lord Withington. The three of them - Julius, Withy and Victoria - have plans and only Amelia is being kept in the dark. However, no plans is perfect. There is a lot of heartbreak and scandal before the proper pairs match up.This was a fun romance. I enjoyed the relationship between Victoria and Julius. It was very interesting to find out why Amelia was the way she was. Romance fans will enjoy this fast-paced, well-written story.
  • (4/5)
    Where I got the book: review copy provided by publisher. This review first appeared on the Historical Novel Society website and in the February 2014 issue of the Historical Novels Review.Set in 1740, this lively romance has an intriguing plot of cross-purposes as Lady Victoria Lennox tries to escape her sister’s over-zealous vigilance. Her chosen method is to attract Amelia’s attention to a handsome, eligible man by flirting with that man herself, and dragging his equally eligible friend into the scheme.The stage seems set for a society romp when the plot unaccountably veers into a tale of gypsies with Lady Victoria, wearing breeches, riding around the countryside on a stallion. In my opinion, the original plot was sufficiently fizzy to sustain the reader’s interest without the horsey additions, which led me to ponder whether a duke’s daughter could possibly get away with so many unchaperoned absences from home. Other notable incongruities were that the name Victoria was pretty much unheard of before Queen Victoria’s reign, and that ladies and gentlemen do not call each other “my lord” and “my lady” – this form of address is reserved for servants and the lower classes.Yet I enjoyed the sheer exuberance of the writing and the sexy, fun interactions between the main characters. A diverting read if you are not too fussy over historical details.