Lord Falkland bets Lord Jefferson Blount two hundred fifty pounds that Lord Haworth will ensure the ruination of Lady Georgianna Bexley-Smythe by 15 May unless the Marquess of Stalbridge returns to Ttown and settles his debts before that date of 19 April, 1813
Cedric Loring, the Earl of Montague, has been an honorary member of the Bexley-Smythe family for years. He's always had a special, if sometimes strained, bond with Georgie. But when her name ends up in the betting book at White's before she's even made her debut, he knows no one can protect her quite like he can. If only she'd stop chasing after the very gentleman who could single-handedly see to her ruin.
Lady Georgianna Bexley-Smythe has the uncanny ability to remember nearly everything she's ever read, and thus knows everything about almost everything. But as knowledge and experience are not interchangeable, she intends to make her first season one of adventure. What could be more adventurous than seeing London from Lord Haworth's gas balloon? Now she must avoid Monty long enough to make Haworth's acquaintance and begin an airborne adventure.
©2012 Catherine Gayle (P)2013 Catherine Gayle
I rarely listen to the under three hour books, and am happy that I did listen to this one. It was fun! Enjoyable and humorous, I loved it! And since great literary excellence is not generally expected in a couple of hours I find nothing to complain about. Nothing what so ever.... I loved this book!
The narrator was great and it was definately worth the few very enjoyable hours it filled.
CREDIT worthy? Do you know what a credit is valued at? So it would be a definate yes except it is '' should I spend the money worthy?'' since it's priced less then a credit. Still its a YES!
HEAT factor? 1 or 2.... maybe. It's driven with lots of longing but the steam is not there at all.
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