The Wayward Debutante by SARAH ELLIOTT
(Harlequin Historical)

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...as the book wore on, I was so irritated by James's boorish behavior that Eleanor's shortcomings faded into the background. Really, this doesn't speak well for either of them. If you're looking for a fun, romantic read – well, I'd just keep looking.
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She Tempted Fate, Then Fate Tempted Her…

It was utterly scandalous for a young lady to attend the London theater unchaperoned. She could easily have been mistaken for a woman of easy virtue. Yet Eleanor Sinclair loathed stuffy ballrooms packed with fretful mothers and husband-hunting girls. Craving escape, she donned a wig and disappeared into the night.

There she caught the eye of James Bentley, a handsome devil with a wry wit. He played a game of seduction that imperiled Eleanor's disguise—and tempted her to forsake all honor….

 

About SARAH ELLIOTT

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Sarah Elliott was born in Pennsylvania and studied English at Smith College. After graduating she tried teaching second grade and it was during this time, whilst quietly going mad, that she began to write seriously. She's read and loved romances since the age of ten and naturally thought, why not?Reforming the Rake was her first novel. Shortly after completing it, she moved to London to pursue a master's degree in art history. She lives there still, with her boyfriend who — like any proper romantic hero — grew up in a castle. Their flat is built on a much smaller scale, and they share it with a growing collection of books, broken antique furniture and Indian spices.Having recently completed her master's dissertation, she's now devoting her time to writing about much more interesting things, like sex. In addition to writing she enjoys riding, dogs, shopping, decorative arts and cake. Readers can contact Sarah and learn more about her and her books through her website.
 
Published February 1, 2008 by Harlequin Historical. 288 pages
Genres: History, Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction
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Reviewed by Blythe Barnhill on Sep 11 2014

...as the book wore on, I was so irritated by James's boorish behavior that Eleanor's shortcomings faded into the background. Really, this doesn't speak well for either of them. If you're looking for a fun, romantic read – well, I'd just keep looking.

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