Carsington Family Series

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Mr. Impossible (#12 on our Top 100 Romances list)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on February 16, 2005 While last year's Miss Wonderful was an appropriately wonderful book, I have to admit that it felt somewhat mannered to me - almost as if the author kept a deliberate distance between herself and her characters. I learned a great dea ...

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Lord Perfect (#26 on our Top 100 Romances List)

An AAR Top 100 Romance originally published on February  26, 2006 I know this is romance sacrilege, but when I read Lord of Scoundrels about ten years ago, I traded it back to the ubs. I don’t remember that I hated it, just that I didn’t particularly want to keep it. This was before I started ...

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Lord Perfect

Narrated by Kate Reading I haven't read a Loretta Chase book I haven't loved. Lord Perfect, book three in Ms. Chase's Carsington Family series proved no exception to this rule. Lord Benedict Carsington, Viscount Rathbourne, is perfect. It's rather miraculous when you consider the various scra ...

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Your Scandalous Ways

Writing reviews is normally pretty easy for me. But I’ve been putting off writing this one for days now and I think I finally figured out why. When a book is this good, it’s a challenging task to make certain I’ve adequately conveyed that fact to readers. To put my reaction to this book int ...

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Miss Wonderful

Loretta Chase's long awaited Miss Wonderful brings together a seemingly mismatched couple, Alistair Carsington and Mirabel Oldridge. A hero from the Battle of Waterloo, Alistair is embarrassed by the adulation he receives on his return home and works hard to disguise his permanent injury. As a third ...

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Miss Wonderful

This is Loretta Chase's first book after a long hiatus. Those of you who have been waiting with bated breath should not be disappointed: Miss Wonderful is witty, charming, and deeply romantic. The book opens with the Earl of Hargate wondering what the devil is wrong with his third son. Alistair h ...