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As Luck Would Have It

As Luck Would Have It

Escrito por Alissa Johnson

Narrado por Carmen Rose


As Luck Would Have It

Escrito por Alissa Johnson

Narrado por Carmen Rose

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4/5 (7 valoraciones)
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9 horas
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Publicado:
Feb 14, 2017
ISBN:
9781515988359
Formato:
Audiolibro

Descripción

After years of wild adventures overseas, Miss Sophie Everton is in no hurry to return home to the boring strictures of the ton. But she's determined to reclaim her family's fortune-even if she has to become a spy for the Prince Regent to do it.



Before she can get her first assignment, she lands right in the lap of the dark and dashing Duke of Rockeforte. She's faced hungry tigers that didn't look nearly as predatory. Somehow the blasted man manages to foil her at every turn-and make her pulse thrum with something more than just the thrill of danger.



Both are caught in a daring dance of espionage and desire. But to make a true love match, they'll have to learn to trust in each other . . . and, of course, a little bit of luck.
Editorial:
Publicado:
Feb 14, 2017
ISBN:
9781515988359
Formato:
Audiolibro

Sobre el autor

Alissa Johnson is a RITA nominated author of historical romance. She grew up on Air Force bases, and attended St. Olaf College in Minnesota. She currently resides in the Arkansan Ozarks where she spends her free time keeping her Aussie dog busy, visiting with family, and dabbling in archery.


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  • (5/5)
    Well that settles it, Alissa Johnson's books go on my 'auto buy' list. After my first read by her, I went out and got her other book and it's every bit as humorous and funny and well written as the first one I read. And even though I read them out of order, it didn't affect my enjoyment one little bit...they're both going on my keeper shelf!Sophie's got luck--both sides of it. It seems like for everything good that happens to her something bad happens--and vice versa. After years of traveling the world with her father, she's on her way 'home' to England to have a 'season'. So when just hours from shore, a strange man accosts her with a request 'from the Regent' for her help on a 'secret mission' for England, well...she just figures that's luck. Whether it's good or bad is yet to be seen. But she's faced tigers, so really...how bad can it be?Alex is a Duke. He's also occasionally an agent for the Crown. But when he's asked to keep an eye on an old-maid debutante? Darn his sense of honor, he'll figure something out. And when he lays eyes on Sophie? He's still fighting his sense of honor, but now it's because he wants Sophie...in every way he shouldn't!Wonderfully funny, very sexy, zippy dialogue--I even enjoyed the bit of scheming/mystery by the dastardly cousin! Alissa Johnson hits it on all counts and reading this one just made me want to go back and re-read "Tempting Fate" which is connected by characters to this one. If you've been looking for an author who can do 'humorous regency' with passion, then look no further. Alissa Johnson's got it covered. I already pre-ordered her next book, "Mcalistair's Fortune" even though it doesn't hit the shelves until May. She needs to write faster.
  • (1/5)
    This book is one of the worst I read in 2008 - it puts suspending disbelief in a whole new category. I don't think there's enough space allotted to me here to list all the garhbahge in this book that turned me off. I know *I* must be off my rocker because this book has garnered rave reviews up the yazoo - none of them from me, however. There is heartbreak in the offing: the heroine has siblings. Ack....more books. BIg plus, though: I'm not planning on reading anything else this author might get published. When I think of some of the fine authors out there who haven't been able to get another publisher when their contract runs out it infuriates me that authors like this get published when so many better authors are struggling. It just isn't fair.