Books by Sarah Elliott

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The Earl and the Governess

The Earl and the Governess is better than many Regency-set romances published currently, but despite pleasant prose and likable characters, it is still eminently forgettable. William Stanton, Earl of Lennox, has just acquired a ward. His late friend’s daughter has been permanen ...

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The Wayward Debutante

Sometimes when I'm reading a book I don't like very much, I amuse myself by thinking of a new title for it – one more suited to its contents. In the case of The Wayward Debutante, it was a simple matter of adding a few words; I started thinking of it as "The Wayward Debutante…and the Dumb Jerk S ...

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The Rake's Proposal

Ok, let me get my title rant out of the way, right up front. The hero of The Rake's Proposal, Benjamin Sinclair, is the son of a viscount and is referred to as "Lord Benjamin" and "Lord Sinclair" throughout the book. He is neither. He is "Benjamin" or "Mr. Sinclair" - if he must be given an honor ...

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Reforming the Rake

At one point in this book, Charles Summerson's friend Jack says to him: "Summerson, I will never figure out how your mind works." I never did figure Charles out, and he quite ruined the book for me. Beatrice Sinclair is 23 years old and almost on the shelf despite being quite a diamond. She's ...