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Historical
  • Author:
    Sophie Barnes
  • ISBN:
    0062190342
  • ISBN13:
    978-0062190345
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  • Publisher:
    Avon Impulse (June 5, 2012)
  • Subcategory:
    Historical
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    4.1
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Bryce Summersby, Earl of Moorland, nodded, his forehead furrowed in a thoughtful frown. Do you see now why I never wanted Alex to get involved? He shook his head in disbelief

To my parents, for always believing in me. and encouraging me to follow my dreams. I love you. CONTENTS. Bryce Summersby, Earl of Moorland, nodded, his forehead furrowed in a thoughtful frown. Do you see now why I never wanted Alex to get involved? He shook his head in disbelief. Bryce’s son William had joined The Foreign Office four years earlier when he was twenty-three years old. He’d had a number of successful missions during that time and had been personally thanked by The Prince Regent for uncovering a French spy who’d managed to infiltrate parliament.

I don’t understand why it’s taking so long, Michael muttered. Ryan grinned now how long it takes a woman to ready herself for a ball with as many sisters as you have. Of course, I do. But that doesn’t mean I understand i. .He threw back his glass of brandy, savoring the bite of it as it swirled around his mouth. The sound of a door opening and closing brought both men to attention

Good quick read with spunky characters. Highly recommend this an the other Summersby books. Can't wait to see what Ms. Barnes has for us next.

Good quick read with spunky characters.

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Author:Barnes, Sophie. Lady Alexandra Summersby is not your average society miss. Not only is she more likely to climb a tree than she is to wear a dress, but she has also sworn off marriage. All of our paper waste is recycled within the UK and turned into corrugated cardboard. World of Books USA was founded in 2005. Alex loves taking chances, which is how she finds herself embroiled in a secret mission as she races across the country with the Earl of Trenton. But Alexandra is about to discover that the real danger lies not in duels, but in her completely unexpected reaction to Lord Trenton's company.

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Lady Alexandra's Excellent Adventure Lady Alexandra Summersby is not your average society miss. 2012) (The first book in the Summersby Tale series) A novel by Sophie Barnes. Alex loves taking chances, which is how she finds herself embroiled in a secret mission as she races across the country with the Earl of Trenton

Bryce Summersby, Earl of Moorland, nodded, his forehead furrowed in a thoughtful frown.

Bryce Summersby, Earl of Moorland, nodded, his forehead furrowed in a thoughtful frown. Which is why it was so difficult to now believe that William was handing over valuable information to the French.

It's going to be a wild ride…

Lady Alexandra Summersby is not your average society miss. Not only is she more likely to climb a tree than she is to wear a dress, but she has also sworn off marriage. Alex loves taking chances, which is how she finds herself embroiled in a secret mission as she races across the country with the Earl of Trenton. But Alexandra is about to discover that the real danger lies not in duels, but in her completely unexpected reaction to Lord Trenton's company.

Michael Ashford, Earl of Trenton, is a man of duty. Honorable, charming, and a hit with the ladies, he's never had trouble staying focused—until now. Lady Alexandra is like no other woman he's ever met, and suddenly the prospect of marriage seems far more appealing. Now, to convince Alexandra that a life together could be an adventure like no other…


Briciraz
Trite, or do I mean tripe ? waste of $.
His eyes, his chest, his hair....blah, blah blah...his 9 mistresses ! oh! he's a "Catch" for sure ,as he has ALL that experience. I mean he appreciates women ~cringe~ what virgin wouldn't want him ?
I only got part way through and already there's heaving bosoms, which had me wanting to heave my last meal. This is just rehashed cheese.
I had no desire to read further as the assessment of the lead character's physical attributes caused them involuntary physical reactions, which no doubt will have them getting a room sooner than you can name all nine mistresses.
Folsa
I bought this on the recommendation of a friend who only thought I'd like it because I like Willig's Carnation series. A comparison between the two would definitely be unfair however as this felt rather flat. The characters weren't especially interesting to me and that's really what kills a book for me. It was rather predictable and not very thrilling.
Kagalkree
Oh, Miss Barnes, where do I even start? I wasn't sure what to expect when I started this book. I assumed it would be the typical regency romance where girl seeking adventure falls for dangerous rake and they live happily ever after, BUT WAIT! Someone is trying to kill them...But never fear, he can shoot and wield a sword better than an entire army. He rescues his beauty, she saves his heart from the coldness of meaningless sex and, boom. We have our story.

I was sooooooo wrong! First off, Alex, is a beautifully written character. She is so certain of herself. Not anything like your typical female heroine! She also takes a while before she gives in to our hero Ashford and then when it finally does take place, well she kind of goes about it like a man would, which is awesome ;)

Ashford is hilarious! He's a well written character that doesn't apologize for his past or his reputation which is quite a new theory for a regency rake. I loved him and loved the way that he truly tried to take Alex under his wing. I think my favorite part was when he exclaimed on several occasions that he was interested in women ;)

The secondary characters of Ryan and William had witty banter that kept me breezing through my kindle until 3 in the morning! (Curse you Sophie Barnes!) I can tell that she's really put a lot of work into her dialogue with her writing.

Miss Barnes, your hard work has paid off. This book, SHINES, and absolutely should be on everyone must read list. I have to admit to being so incredibly proud of your talent. Good work an well done!
Nuliax
I could not put it down. Wearing mens clothing, wielding a sword, knife all the adventures we want in one lady.
Togar
Mind candy-entertaining but no depth to the story. Characters were fun but rather unbelievable. Story was fast-moving but a lot left dangling for future books.
Mr.Death
Loved it
Malakelv
this was a free e-book from the kindle store. it look interesting so I got it, any reader would have.
The title should have given it away. The character's dialog did not make sense given this story was supposed to have taken place in the 1800's. Clearly the author's point of view on how people thought and spoke is completely out of step with historical period of time for the story. It was just silly...