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  • ISBN: 1402239769
  • ISBN: 9781402239762
  • Physical Description: 339 p. ; 17 cm.
  • Publisher: Naperville, Ill. : Sourcebooks Casablanca, c2012.

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Summary, etc.: Burgeoning author Catalina Crisp completes a parody involving twins Iverson and Matson Brentwood's scandalous arrival in London and publishes it under her father's name. When the writing hits the town, it's not long before a darkly handsome man--Lord Iverson Brentwood himself--is at her door, looking for her father with blood in his eyes. Dallying with the dashing rogue seems like the perfect escape ... and it should calm him down enough to leave her father alone. But Catalina does the exact opposite--she heats him up like no other woman ever has ..

  • Booklist Reviews : Booklist Reviews 2012 May #2
    The first thing on Iverson Brentwood's list of things to do is to locate Phillip Crisp and throttle him within an inch of his life. "A Tale of Three Gentlemen," Crisp's poetical parody about Iverson's real parentage, is the talk of the town, and Iverson is determined to find a way to convince Crisp to retract his literary creation before it causes any further harm to Iverson's mother. Storming the poet's London town house, Iverson does find a Crisp in residence, but the only problem is that Catalina, Phillip's daughter, is not the Crisp Iverson seeks. At least that is what Iverson initially thinks, but, then again, Iverson doesn't know that Catalina played no small role in writing the poem that is ruining his life. Grey neatly matches up a sharp-witted heroine with an irresistibly sexy hero and lets the romantic sparks fly in her latest cleverly conceived Regency historical. Copyright 2012 Booklist Reviews.

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Winner of the Booksellers Best Award and the Romantic Times Award for Love and Laughter, Amelia Grey's books have been sold in Europe, Russia and China. Married for twenty-five years to her high school sweetheart, she has lived in Alabama, Connecticut, New Hampshire, and now calls Panama City Beach, Florida, home.

Subject: FICTION / General
Drama Fiction
Women authors Fiction
Man-woman relationships Fiction
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