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by Sari Robins
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  • Author:
    Sari Robins
  • ISBN:
    0060575352
  • ISBN13:
    978-0060575359
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  • Publisher:
    Avon; First Edition edition (June 28, 2005)
  • Subcategory:
    United States
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  • Rating:
    4.1
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In the second book of her exciting new Andersen Hall series, Sari Robins delivers another delightful and fast–paced Regency romance full of emotion and liveliness that is sure . Drag & drop your files (not more than 5 at once).

In the second book of her exciting new Andersen Hall series, Sari Robins delivers another delightful and fast–paced Regency romance full of emotion and liveliness that is sure to delight her fans. To exact vengeance on her insidious cousins who betrayed her and concurrently to save the orphanage that rescued her from them, Catherine Miller assumes the mantle of a famous Robin hood–style thief who scandalized Society years before. Unbeknownst to her, the burglar she imitates is the man she's loved since she was twelve.

More Than a Scandal book. In the second book of her exciting new Andersen Hall series, Sari Robins delivers another delightful and fast–paced Regency romance full of emotion and liveliness that is sure to delight her fans.

It must be the weather, she tried to convince herself. It had been pouring ceaselessly since Marcus had gone eavor he undertook, she f. . It had been pouring ceaselessly since Marcus had gone eavor he undertook, she felt like a powerless wretch. Two gentleman’s ’ere to see the headmaster, young Elias called from the threshold of her office. Shaking off her reverie, she stood. Sir John Winston and ’is son Mr. Thomas Winston. Catherine’s stomach twisted. You announced them correctly. Her mind raced for how.

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2005) (The second book in the Andersen Hall Orphanage series) A novel by Sari Robins. A passion that is less than lawful and More Than A Scandal. Lovely Catherine Miller has always been timid - until the treachery of unscrupulous cousins threatens her childhood home. But her discovery of the journal of the notorious "Thief of Robinson Square" has given the resourceful lady a plan.

SARI ROBINS When Seducing A Spy For Marilyn and Normie, We love you always Contents . It would stir up sleeping dogs better left quiet. The scandal business would gain a whole new life. Other author's books: Sari Robins.

SARI ROBINS When Seducing A Spy For Marilyn and Normie, We love you always Contents Prologue What are you reading there, old boy? You seem positivel. hapter . I’m not quite ready to face it yet. Aunt Sophie scowled.

About book: Catherine stated, closing the door behind the investigator. You should try to get along. No matter your feelings, your father loved him well. Too well, Marcus muttered. Better than his own son. Don’t be ridiculous. It’s like comparing air and water

About book: Catherine stated, closing the door behind the investigator. It’s like comparing air and water. Don’t you mean oil and water? No, she replied, trying to be patient. We need both water and air to live yet they are totally distinctive. Aren’t you a well of wisdom, today? he scoffed, setting aside his crutches and dropping into the chair. It seemed that Marcus was covering his sorrow with belligerence.

In the second book of her exciting new Andersen Hall series, Sari Robins delivers another delightful and fast–paced Regency romance full of emotion and liveliness that is sure to delight her fans.

To exact vengeance on her insidious cousins who betrayed her and concurrently to save the orphanage that rescued her from them, Catherine Miller assumes the mantle of a famous Robin hood–style thief who scandalized Society years before. Unbeknownst to her, the burglar she imitates is the man she's loved since she was twelve.

To save a friend, Major Marcus Dunn, a war hero, is forced to return to the orphanage he swore never to revisit. Marcus must ferret out a traitor to the Crown. Instead, he winds up hunting a copycat criminal who somehow manages to mimic his youthful escapades as the notorious thief of Robinson Square. Little does he know that the quarry he hunts is the staid, blue–stocking lady living under his own roof.


Raelin
Marcus is sent on assignment to Anderson Hall where he is supposed to find out the wronged party. He really doesn't want the assignment because he hasn't really spoken with his dad too much since he left for the Army seven years ago. He is reaquainted with Catherine who is still residing there. The crush she had on the man has only continued to grow into the real deal as she gets to know him again. Catherine also wonders about why Mr. Dunn has been treating her differently? Could he have overheard Catherine and Jared talking and knows who they really are? Will Marcus find the guilty party and will Catherine and Jared get their old lives back? I enjoyed this book as much as I have the other two books I have read by this author.
fr0mTheSkY
I loved the story, it was a good follow up to the first Andersen Hall book. I LOVED Marcus, and Catherine was a good character. Multiple plot lines came together nicely, Character development worked.

I did feel that she could have ended the book sooner, I hate it when they realize they are in love and they get all sappy, she could have cut back on this and spent more time on closing the plot line of Cat's past and Marcus' reaction....

That is what I would have preferred.
Qwne
I enjoyed this book a quiet interesting story got me a little sad at first but I tell you I recommend this book loved it
Madis
I enjoyed this book. In the beginning, Catherine is living in an orphanage with her brother after escaping from her evil relations. She may have always wanted Marcus even as a young girl. The story was typical, but good as the two of them find comfort with each other after his father dies. It's worth the time of reading.
Cordann
This book is well worth the time. I enjoyed it from the beginning until the end. The book kept you on edge well into the story before you could get to real drama of the story. I would definitely recommend this book.
Xaluenk
The main story is good, interesting. I like Catherine along with supporting characters. I don't think I could get into Marcus because he seemed so cold to his father.
Jwalextell
I loved it!
Marcus was a perfect hero and Cat is just the match for him. Both characters felt "real" and made me believe they were in love with one another deeply. Both had great senses of humor too, which is always a plus. This book had everything you need to create a good romance: a dashing hero, a beautiful heroine and, most of all...PASSION! This book is sharp and fast-moving. Filled with Lovable characters, exciting and not too heavy action-mystery twists. Lots of laugh out-loud, I-can't-believe-they-did-that scenes and oh so plenty of heart warming moments. I found the characters to be multi-dimensional and the author weaves a mystery into the story without slowing it down or interrupting the romantic flow. Reading about how Cat & Marus fall in love was breath takely beautiful. Sari Robins did a great job of making Cat & Marus seem real. You feel thier pain and thier love. Great characters with lots of suspense and romance. The pace was quick, and it was a totally engrossing read. A wonderful hero, an engaging and spunky heroine, a mystery to be solved, and a large heaping of danger and action. I positive devoured this book. It was written with an amazing level of intensity and feeling that my heart was pumping furiously with palatable passion.

Sari Robins developed Cat and Marcus's personalities and motivations very convincingly, to the point where you feel as though you know them well enough to be friends by the time you finish the book. More Than a Scandal was an emotional roller coaster, and I felt all the pain and joy they did. I was so engrossed, I read it in a day. The love scenes are ample & steamy, and the plot is a good one. A fast paced book with an intricate plot that I cannot help but enjoy. More Than a Scandal has a strong (but not obnoxious) heroine who is in no way ordinary, a back story which is compelling but doesn't get in the way of the love story, and of course a wonderful hero. The sex was HOT and perfect for the story. Sari Robins has found a perfect match for the notorious Marcus with feisty Cat. They are well matched in temperament, intelligence and in their unhappy childhood. It was an interesting. There is enough conflict to make the story line interesting and not so much that your left wondering why they ever got together. More Than a Scandal is a cut way above the typical historical romance. Wonderful love story, great characters with an emotionally scarred hero and strong but vulnerable heroine, unique setting, intriguing plot, edge-of-your-seat pacing, heart-tugging emotion, excellent writing, intense sensual love scenes, and a superb ending.

I read at least 3 novels a week. And I can say I really enjoyed this book.