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  • Author:
    Elizabeth Boyle
  • ISBN:
    0739459880
  • ISBN13:
    978-0739459881
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  • Publisher:
    Avon Books (2005)
  • Pages:
    375 pages
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  • Rating:
    4.8
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2005) (The second book in the Bachelor Chronicles series) A novel by Elizabeth Boyle. Genre: Historical Romance. Similar books by other authors. October 2005 : USA Mass Market Paperback.

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When the rakehell Lord Jack Tremont kissed Miranda Mabberly, mistaking her for his mistress, neither realized his reckless act would cost Miranda her reputation, her fiancé, and her future. But for Jack, it was a kiss that would haunt - an intoxicating memory of a woman lost to him forever. Years later, hiding incognito far from London - a teacher at Miss Emery's Establishment for the Education of Genteel Ladies - Miranda has made a respectable life for herself, away from the ton and the dangerous men who inhabit it. When a penniless, much humbled, though still damnably attractive Jack arrives at the school to escort a rebellious young niece home, Miranda does her best to avoid the rogue only to end up tumbling into his arms - and reawakening a desire that is anything but proper. She might want to deny her heart, but Miranda's resolve is no match for a trio of schoolgirl matchmakers who knows true passion when they spy it. Now they won't rest until their all-too-proper teacher and the reprobate lord discover the love that is their destiny.

sobolica
I thoroughly enjoyed this book. I've read many of EB's books. I do believe that I've read them out of order. But, that's okay. I can re-read them again. I had them in book form and now have them on my Kindle. This story is wonderful. I enjoyed Mad Jack's comings and goings. Jane Porter's distress to find out that her parents claimed she was dead (she got her inheritance from her father under her assumed name). But, Jack finds out the truth when he once again kisses her. He has never forgotten that kiss. All's well that ends well. They marry and have a HEA.
Wohald
Love the whole story
Weernis
Was a decent read.
Aurizar
One of the best books I've read for the year. Great story and completely kept me on my toes.....characters were mature and realistic.
Dorintrius
I just recently started reading Elizabeth Boyle's books and I am in LOVE with her writing. This book was wonderful!. I would recommend reading all her books!
Akinonris
great hard to put down!!!!!!!
Kekinos
Good historical, but fun, plot. Stories of this era would have romantic suggestions of what happens after an inocent kiss rather than french kissing etc.
I had previously read only one short story by Elizabeth Boyle in the anthology titled HERO, COME BACK. I wrote a review for that book and stated that I loved all the stories except.....yep, EB's. So, why did I buy this book? I obviously did not read my notes before placing the order.

This one (even though it is a full length story) will fare no better with me. I did not like it. If you don't want to find out what happens in the book I would recommend you stop reading now.

I was not enjoying the book, the plot, nor the characters but I had decided to read on because surely at some point Jack would come to realize he shared an historical event with Jane (Miranda) and everything could move on from there. Well! This author asked me to swallow a series of events which do not make logical sense to me. Miranda (Jane) was "ruined" by Mad Jack at the opera when he kissed her. I'm O.K. so far. Her parents (both parents, mind you, mother and father) were so title mad that they saw her ruination as the end of their plans for the future. They banished her to live with relatives but that is not all they did. Now it gets really stupid. They told everyone she had died and even had a funeral for her!!! She (Miranda) did not know this. She lived with one set of relatives until they both died. After moving to live with the second set of relations Miranda rebelled and decided to go teach at the school where she had been a student. Miss Emery made her living teaching and training young ladies from well-to-do families. She would have kept up with how her former students were doing. She read all the papers from London. Are we supposed to believe that she knew nothing of Miranda's disgrace? Are we supposed to think that she did not read in the papers that Miranda had died? How could she not have known, even if it had just been through gossip from her students and their parents? Four years after her banishment Miranda learned that her mother had died through the newspaper. People read those things with a vengeance because it was their most obvious source of news. For Miranda (now Jane) to never know that she had been killed off by her parents was just too much for me to swallow. And to have her hear it from Jack (even though at this point he still thought she was Jane) added a dimension which made me cringe. Her parents were so awful they would prefer to have her dead rather than married to him? Her father thought Jack would just spend all the dowry money so "let's tell everyone Miranda died" instead of accepting his offer of marriage? Yet when her father died he bequeathed his entire fortune to "Jane Porter". The whole book lost me right there.

I read it all. I didn't like it when I started and I didn't like it when I finished, but I was curious about what the author was going to do with all those characters. This book is a part of The Bachelor Chronicles and we met several characters who were obviously in previous books during the telling of this tale. I would imagine that some or all of the girls in this story go on to books of their own. Luckily for me, I don't have to worry about them any more. They can all go do all the improbable things this author can dream up but I will not be participating in the train wreck.