!!> Read ➲ Deliciously Debauched by the Rake ➵ Author Ann Lethbridge – Loufanet.info

Deliciously Debauched by the Rake very short and since i skipped the sex scene, it felt even shorter he took her to a brothel a very expensive sort, to ignite some sparks fire and flame whatever overall idea was good but taking her to a decadent brothel wasn t so happy with that atleast they went off to a private room Really liked it, though the heroine s lack of certain experience seemed contrived. I really like these very short stories of Ann Lethbridges, and this one is no exception Miniseries Rakes in Disgrace Absolute rubbish Annoyed me, first she breaks up with him, and then five seconds later ok, i am not this scared widow any which she hasn t been for five years she s been with him this time Gaaawh I thought this would have been Captain Read and Caroline s story, it wasn tdisappointed Not impressed with John s story. Miniseries Rakes in Disgrace I really don t know why such books are placed in HR novellas or novel categories, they are nothing but Soft porn with a tad bit o plot thrown in. Elizabeth Bentham Has Been John, Lord Radthorn S Lover For Five Glorious Years But She Wants Him To Have A Chance To Marry A Respectable Lady, Not A Woman With Her Tarnished Reputation Elizabeth Thinks Telling Him Their Relationship Has Lost Its Spark Will Help Him Move On But John Isn T Prepared To Lose Her, And Sets Out To Prove Their Passion Is As Strong As Ever

About the Author: Ann Lethbridge

AKA Mich le Ann Young Goodreads Author An army brat born in England and now living in Canada, Ann grew up loving history, but majored in business, with history on the side She has a husband and two lovely daughters and a Maltese Terrier called Teaser, who likes to sit on a chair beside the computer while she works.Her love of the past and the stories in her imagination led her to write her first novel in 2000, a never see the light of day effort, and after having her first book published in 2006, she knew she d found her niche.She loves the Georgian era, and within that, the period known as the long Regency She also adores happy endings.You will find her books in bookstores in the month of issue, as well as on line at Mills and Boon or E harlequin.

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