From Booklist: Lilah and Adam, ninth Earl of Drakesley, have only two things in common. The first is that Lilah's father and Drake's cousin plan to marry, a marriage they rush to London to stop, meeting along the way and discovering their mutual mission. The second thing they share is their forceful, overly assertive personalities, the results of having been raised with no one to gainsay their every wish. Constant bickering ensues when each finds that the other is not responding as most do to their habit of riding roughshod over any and all obstacles. In pursuit of their common goal, they must work together: and, in spite of finding this difficult, the passion that results from their close proximity is as forceful as their personalities. Farr's headstrong characters aren't terribly likeable at first, but this romance's appeal grows as the reader gets past Drake's and Lilah's egocentrism. Maria HattonCopyright © American LibraryAssociation. All rights reserved
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Published January 1, 2002
History, Romance, Literature & Fiction.