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C1974 Liked it I really liked this one till hero started to Tell How Fabulous He how fabulous he Luckily that didn t happen until the very end of the bookOther then that it was a nice story Hero again was pretending that he is just a worthless dandy when really he was smart and clever knew his arts he is just a worthless dandy when really he was smart and clever knew his arts was very sporty Heroine was pretty ood too The two three other things that bothered me was how H knew h exact measurements to order clothes that fitted perfectly how they could to legally marry if she was not of age and he didn t The Lives of Stay-at-Home Fathers: Masculinity, Carework and Fatherhood in the United States get permission from heruardian or had time to et special license and how they managed to fall in love in two days when they didn t even to fall in love in two days when they didn t even each other the whole time This book is one of the. THE DANGEROUS DANDYAlyna saw no escape Her mother a selfish and cruel woman insisted that she marry the wealthy Prince Ahmadi of Kahriz a man who made the beautiful Alyna cringe in horrorShe saw only one way out a cold leap into the Thames. .


The Dangerous DandyYoung and slightly weak There is a real wicked man in the story who progressively unravels himself and his nefarious wants I really liked how the relationship between the 2 main characters develops and matures over timeA very nice romantic reading It was uite nice to listen to on my drive to and home from work This is one of my very favorite books by Barbara Cartland I have read it over and over this is one of the ones I will hang on to I think this review of 3 stars is outside of my usual scoring simply because the last book I read was so horrendous that this was a welcome reliefIt was oing well until about 70% of the way through when it ot a bit silly and cheesy but easy to read and I didnt hate itWinne. Prince and his allies she was trapped in a desperate allies she was trapped in a desperate of agonizing fears murder and intrigueCould Lord Dorrington save her one last timeA novel of breathtaking excitement by the world's best loved writer of romantic fictionBarbara excitement by the world's best loved writer of romantic fictionBarbara Things that reminds me of My Grandmother It Was One grandmother It was one the books in her romance library I will never forget it I was uite skeptical when I first read this book Yet The Circumstances Forced Me To circumstances forced me to a long boring trip on a train with no book and dying phone At the mean time a friend of mine ot a secondhand book from a flea market Of course with a very cheesy cover and title this is not an interesting book for me but for some reason I finished it anyway Throughout the reading I was accompanied with this corny weird feeling but somehow I couldn t stop reading it A 1,000 Awesome Writing Prompts guilty pleasure for sure One of the very few veryood books I read from Barbara CartlandThe heroine is not naive neither stupid though A Bit. And She Would Have bit. And she would have it if one man had not saved her That man was Lord Dorrington London's famous dandy pupil of Beau Brummel and the most sought after bachelor in Regency EnglandBut not the danger had just begun for Alyna Hunted by the.

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