Fair Game

Fair Game A young woman of unearthly beauty Her unscrupulous mother A powerful womanizer demanding repayment of a large debt All amount to a most peculiar sojourn in the country a tangle with a hat pin and a

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  • Title: Fair Game
  • Author: Diane Farr
  • ISBN: 9780451198563
  • Page: 482
  • Format: Paperback
  • A young woman of unearthly beauty Her unscrupulous mother.A powerful womanizer demanding repayment of a large debt All amount to a most peculiar sojourn in the country, a tangle with a hat pin, and a shocking barter that leaves everyone fair game

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    1. I enjoyed this quite a lot ! It may not be to everyone's liking but it was so quaint and lovely. The H is Trevor Whitlach, a super rich English merchant/businessman who has finally found the courtesan that stole his uncle's jewels many years ago. He decides the time has come to make her return the jewels or pay the cost. The courtesan, who is now no longer able to make much money as she had done in her younger days, is scared because she has nothing of worth except her beautiful daughter Clariss [...]

    2. Is it possible to absolutely hate and love a book at the same time? Does that make the book good or bad?!?! Clarissa was born illegitimate and has worked her entire life to overcome that stigma and live an honest, virtuous life. Trevor is determined to have her as his mistress. Farr has written her characters so well that when Clarissa explains her feelings and reasons for refusing Trevor, one actually feels her pain and struggles. Trevor's selfish insistance on her ruining herself for him, insp [...]

    3. What an interesting and original story! Farr picks up a Cit and a courtesan’s daughter and gives them a relationship that felt totally novel to me. One of the best things in this story is definitely how well she describes her characters and their actions, she makes us understand them and like some of their qualities to the point that we accept their errors too.Trevor Whitlatch is a Cit, not of noble birth he has made himself a fortune in trade. A few years ago he saved a famous courtesan from [...]

    4. Reviewed for THC ReviewsFair Game has been on my “To-Read” list for quite some time, but now that I've finally read it, I'm sorry to say that it probably could have stayed there a while longer without me missing much. I'm just not a fan of the hero and heroine waiting until the final pages of the book to declare their love for one another, especially when there are very few truly romantic moments while waiting to get there. The author's writing style was also not very conducive to me being a [...]

    5. This was such a moving, satisfying read with beautiful character development (specially the hero) and epilog that left this reader laughing out loud.Our hero, Trevor Whitlatch, is a self-made rich man who wants to improve his standing in society by marring into a title. The heroine, Clarissa, is a daughter of an infamous courtesan but was gently reared. Their first encounter was not promising at all. Clarissa’s mother basically sold her daughter to Trevor to pay off the debt she owned. Trevor [...]

    6. A very endearing and unlikely couple. She is the illegitimate daughter of a notorious courtesan, who sells her innocent daughter to repay a debt. She craves respectability and a home. He is a wealthy merchant bent on marrying into the aristocracy and making the heroine his mistress. Neither will bend to the other's objectives. However, friendship, respect, and love grow as they get to know each other. I love the scenes of their growing intimacy. The dialogue was fun and original. My only qualm w [...]

    7. Read my review of Playing to Win. One glaring problem with the hero's intentions, but may be more annoying to some than to others.

    8. One of my favorite books. It's not a moral tale, but it's well told and there is a happy ending. Clarissa our heroine cries, tears-up and just plain weeps quite a bit. Yes it gets old, but she's got her reasons!!! Trevor, our hero, is just great.

    9. A.k.a . Fair Game. This was such a moving, satisfying read with beautiful character development (specially the hero) and epilog that left this reader laughing out loud.Our hero, Trevor Whitlatch, is a self-made rich man who wants to improve his standing in society by marring into a title. The heroine, Clarissa, is a daughter of an infamous courtesan but was gently reared. Their first encounter was not promising at all. Clarissa’s mother basically sold her daughter to Trevor to pay off the debt [...]

    10. Aka Fair Game. Ana T's review gives a concise synopsis of this novel. A compelling, engrossing story that will hold you until the very end. The author does a good job of drawing you into the world of Trevor Whitlatch and Clarissa who is an innocent but happens to be the illegitimate daughter of a courtesan. Through a series of unusual circumstances Clarissa comes under the care of Mr Whitlatch. He is determined to make Clarissa his mistress but her innocence ends up melting his heart and he fall [...]

    11. I'm conflicted about this book. On the one hand, we have a nice story about a jaded rake falling in love with a truly kind innocent (and boy is he really a rake!) On the other hand, I wanted to wring Trevor's neck because even though he was sweet and caring, he kept on wanting to make Clarissa his mistress! I know at some point his affection for her overcame his desire to make her his mistress, and he truly was a gentleman, but just the constant thought of "I must make her my mistress" made me q [...]

    12. A lot of shelves for one OOP Regency but all are needed and all four stars are deserved. The hero wants a mistress to love and a fortune to marry and they can be different people as far as he's concerned. How the h/h come to see life and themselves differently makes for a very satisfying and surprising story.

    13. I am totally conflicted about this book. And what really kills me is that whether or not I like this book depends a whole lot on what the author's intentions. That might sound strange, but if she did what she did on purpose, it's a brilliant novel. If she didn't, then the hero is an incredible tool. It's hard to say, because I've read a lot of romantic stories before with incredibly horrible heroes that left me wondering what is wrong with some people's definition of love and romance.The thing i [...]

    14. Clarissa, the heroine, is the daughter of a courtesan, and breathtakingly beautiful (think Elizabeth Taylor in her teens). Her mother gives her to the hero in lieu of payment of an old debt she owes him (no, he was never her customer). Trouble is, Clarissa was raised in an extremely strict girls' school and is not only a complete innocent, but has extremely strict morals as well, and she has no intention of fulfilling the deal her mother made with the hero. She simply wants to escape from her mo [...]

    15. H is sort of a rake, but of course, of the best kind. he accepts a prostitute's daughter in lieu of rubies that she (the mother) had stolen 11 years ago, while H was acting all don quixote.h and H become great friends, while at the house he keeps for his mistresses. he makes her wonderful offers time to time, and she turns them down. at the end, she realizes she loves him, and would rather be his mistress than someone else's wifece enough story. i just didn't care for the H all that much. and th [...]

    16. Well-written book with period-appropriate language and behaviour. The heroine is a sweet, honest and innocent girl, seeking to forge a living for herself despite her scandalous parentage. The hero, well, he really isn't one. Dreadful amoral character - scheming, ego-centric, sulking petulantly when his intentions are thwarted. He is the predatory wolf to her little fluffy lamb down to the last few pages, with no redeeming feature in him what so ever. It is then rather disappointed, that she fina [...]

    17. Clarissa sounds more like a seventeen year old school girl than a woman of twenty first - maybe it's only natural she sounds so, since she spent her entire life closeted in a boarding school. Her so very self righteous naivete made me gag. If only she demonstrated any knowledge, or consideration of the world outside of her schoolyard, I might have sympathized with her neverending quest of respectability. Anyway, I applaud the author's attempts to give Trevor some chances to speak out, if only to [...]

    18. "This review was actually written for the original print version of this ebook, Fair Game, a traditional regency romance published in 1999. When I learned that the book was available digitally, I immediately bought it because the thought of always having it with me (as opposed to on a shelf among hundreds of other books in my study) was of tremendous appeal."Click here for the remainder of my review on .

    19. Diane Farr is a new author to me and I have devoured all her Regencies, one after the other.I had to overcome some resistence to the hero's name with this one (sorry, Trevors everywhere) but I like her unusual situations. This one felt a little claustophobic - virtually everything happens within one house - but the hero and heroine are endearing.

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