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Summary

Lady Henrietta Maclellan longs for the romantic swirl of a London season. But as a rusticating country maiden, she has always kept her passionate nature firmly under wraps - until she meets Simon Darby.

Simon makes her want to whisper promises late at night, exchange kisses on a balcony and receive love notes. So Henrietta lets her imagination soar and writes a letter...a very risqué love letter that somehow becomes shockingly public.

©2003 Eloisa James (P)2012 HarperCollins Publishers Ltd

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"This spry story will seduce readers with its wily wit and distinctive characters." ( Publishers Weekly)
"Eloisa James is extraordinary." (Lisa Kleypas)

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Great narration of a bland story

Justine Eyre’s performance is fantastic, as always, but the story isn’t exactly riveting. Not enough happens, the stakes never seem very high, and it’s just not gripping.