Editions. A Loving Scoundrel . Johanna Lindsey · Paperback. Buy from Buy from – arrow icon. Hive · Waterstones · Amazon. Danny has grown. A Loving Scoundrel by Johanna Lindsey – THE MALORYS ARE BACK! Johanna Lindsey brings to glorious life her beloved aristocratic family of adventurous. #1 New York Times bestselling author Johanna Lindsey sweeps readers into the privileged world of English aristocrats as she presents a new novel of passion.
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Jeremy Maloryscoundrel, rogue, and friend-extraordinaire, has yet again saved his innocently witless friend, Percy, from the consequences of a foolishly reckless night of gambling in which he jobanna an invaluable family jewel. Then Jeremy Malory interrupts her life, and turns her reality up side down.
A Loving Scoundrel by Johanna Lindsey
She knows that in this process she will have to learn to act like who she really is, a woman both beautiful and courageous inside and out.
To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. I think its entertaining and refreshing to have a heroine that thinks like a man and like a Malory, at that and yet understands that she does have woman needs and desires.
I loved Danny right off the bat and Jeremy was a charmer. I felt that despite the fact that she was a maid in his household she shouldn’t have been thought of as a “prime piece” who could be used and thrown away. She ran to the chair, practically dove into it. She was tough and lovely at the same time!!! Bungled attempts each, and after the last, Percy was beginning to despair of finding a thief to carry out their mission.
I’m not sure why I keep reading Lindsey, other that the fact that I know that the declarations of love alone won’t make me gag. To view it, click here.
Other Books in This Series. You could always guarantee a virgin heroine, a loyal, overbearing hero and a story that would have you either rolling your ey Once upon a time there was this romance author, Johanna Lindsey.
A Loving Scoundrel Book Summary and Study Guide
Want to Read saving…. Oh, and the minor characters and the background mystery.
Jeremy installs her at his new home not as his mistress as he would wish, but as his maid. Mixed feelings about this strange book. Conoce a Jeremy en circunstancias muy peculiares. Percy would never have thought to use them as betting tender. They all engage in the subplot where one of Jeremy’s fangirls decides she’s going to be the one who gets him and sets up the rumor mill that will force him to marry her.
Now Jeremy, the son of gentleman pirate James Malory, falls in love As Danny poses as Jeremy’s fiancee, many members of the ton seem to recognize her, raising questions as to her true identity. Quotes from A Loving Scoundrel.
A great read scoumdrel Saat itulah dia menemukan Danny, cewek pencuri yang menyamar sebagai cowok.
Summaries and Excerpts: A loving scoundrel : a Malory novel / Johanna Lindsey.
Its just gross, even for a rake-lover like me. Actually, I feel like even some of the previous female characters think the same.
Thank you for signing up, fellow book lover! When the terrific tale twists into too easily resolving the class distinction issue, readers still obtain a wonderful subplot, but also will wonder what if Johanna Lindsey left the concern at its most difficult.
A LOVING SCOUNDREL: A Malory Novel
But he’d noted two things simultaneously. She’d been desperate to get back to America, and signing on as James’s cabin boy had seemed to be her only option. In many jurisdictions this would be a rape, pure and simple – the girl had said multiple times that she was not going to have sex with him, she was drunk, she was in his power, and he took advantage of the fact that she was very attracted to scounderl.
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Jeremy Malory, a lover of woman abroad, has certainly lovjng his match in Danny who is truly unlike any other woman he has ever met. Now tongues are wagging, raising the question of her true identity, which threatens not only Danny’s chances of capturing Jeremy’s heart but her very scoundrle.
My biggest gripe about the book, though, was the hero’s tricking of the heroine into having sex with him. A discolored white shirt was under it with a few ruffles at the neck, black trousers of the long variety, and no shoes.
Then there was Johanna Lindsey. He was quieter about it than the thief had been upon entering the room and was suddenly there blocking oindsey path, a mountain of a man, well, in comparison to the short thief, but big enough to scare the daylights out of the urchin, who immediately bolted back the way he’d come.
Percy had settled back down on lovimg bed for his “impression” of sleeping. Percy, however, was fast giving up hope.
I love the Malory family and have been waiting for Jeremy’s story for a long time. Johanna’s books span the various eras of history, including lobing set in the Middle Ages, the American “Old West” and the popular Regency England-Scotland.
As jihanna transforms from urchin to elegant beauty before Jeremy’s eyes, she unwittingly captivates the charming scoundrel. They enlist her help giving her no option besides the law; Dani steals back the jewels from Heddings. The nice thing about traps is — you don’t get out of them unless you get let out. Sad, considering Lindsey’s former catch phrase was “America Loves a Lindsey. The sparks fly between scoundreel hero and heroine with Jeremy doing quite a bit of chasing and Danny doing quite a bit of evading, but really, what else do we expect from the son of James Malory?