The Dubious Miss Dalrymple

The Dubious Miss Dalrymple A DARING DALLIANCERomance and adventure were simply not to be hers of that comely Elinor Dalyrmple was certain But her staid spinster s world went scandalously atilt when the death of a distant cousi

  • Title: The Dubious Miss Dalrymple
  • Author: Kasey Michaels
  • ISBN: 9780373511846
  • Page: 237
  • Format: Paperback
  • A DARING DALLIANCERomance and adventure were simply not to be hers, of that comely Elinor Dalyrmple was certain But her staid spinster s world went scandalously atilt when the death of a distant cousin made her brother the new Earl of Hythe and Elinor the mistress of the Hythe seaside estate And then she met John Bates, a man far too arrogant, too handsome, too deviliA DARING DALLIANCERomance and adventure were simply not to be hers, of that comely Elinor Dalyrmple was certain But her staid spinster s world went scandalously atilt when the death of a distant cousin made her brother the new Earl of Hythe and Elinor the mistress of the Hythe seaside estate And then she met John Bates, a man far too arrogant, too handsome, too devilishly dashing for comfort and no doubt a traitor in the service of Bonaparte Though the rogue brought a heated flush to her cheeks, Elinor planned to unmask him never guessing at John s true identity nor that her present danger would lead to heart soaring future bliss.

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    1. She had to do it. On the very last page, in an incident which had no relationship to the plot, just an "amusing" little thing. She introduced a skunk.Skunks are not native to Britain. They are not native to Europe, Africa, Asia (except 2 species of stink badgers in the Philippines and Indonesia) Australasia or Antarctica. Basically the only part of the world you find the striped variety of skunk is America.This information is not difficult to access.

    2. I have to agree with the other readers of this book, the shear ridiculous of this book made me have to give it four stars. Leslie and Hugo made this book.

    3. The sheer ridiculousness of this book made me rate it five stars. The author knows she has an over-the-top story and just RUNS with it. Highly recommend.

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