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I appreciated all the little details of Countess of Clovelly’s life and the people who joined her little group. But when, by her mother’s cunning design, Amanda found herself in the arms of the incredibly handsome and charming Viscount North, the most irresistible if infamous rake in the realm, she discovered she could defend her virtue only if she refused to listen to her heart.

Edith Layton lived on Long Island where she devoted time as a volunteer for the North Shore Animal Leaguethe world’s largest no-kill pet rescue and adoption organization.

She even had begun to hope that the eminently respectable Sir Giles Boothe might consider her a possible match.

Lord of Dishonor by Edith Layton

Customers who bought this item also bought. Although descriptions certainly convey a sense of time and place, they are also wordy and this reader found they distracted from the main tale. Amanda tries extra hard to live up to her legitimate birth despite the dark cloud over her parentage. Lyuda rated it it was amazing Aug 22, The story is not dated at all, in fact it was actually better than I remembered it.


May 16, Rane rated it really liked it Shelves: Lovely Amanda Amberly was a young lady of unsullied virtue—against all odds. Mass Market Paperback Verified Purchase. Daughter Susie is a professional writer, comedian and performer who works in television. She even had begun to hope that the eminently respectable Sr Giles Boothe might consider her a possible match. You liked the characters and the plot.

Found it overall touching and sensitive, will read the book again, and I do recommend it. You would definitely buy this book. Mar 26, T. Feb 23, Julie jjmachshev rated it it was amazing Shelves: Showing of 13 reviews.

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The only thing that really bugged me about the story as a whole, was although I enjoyed North, dishonog became the center star more in the story leaving Amanda almost a secondary character in his wake, sometimes lacking some substance to make her stand out as North.

I read this book many years ago, and just had the pleasure of rereading it. Page 1 of 1 Start over Page 1 of 1. She married and went to suburbia, where she was fruitful and multiplied to the tune of three children.

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Lord of Dishonor

His reputation was as varied and colorful as his strange countenance. All reviews are the true and honest opinion of the blogger reviewing the book. Open Preview See a Problem? Layton’s books that are now being released. The Abandoned Bride Kindle Edition. This was a surprise for me as I actually enjoyed not only the story but also the writing.

Before a romance can happen, a murky past needs to … well, we really have no idea what needs to happen!

What fun it was to read this and imagine David Bowie strutting around! Paperbackpages. A Bride for His Convenience. I wasn’t entirely certain of the historical accuracy of some major plot points, but that’s okay; the characters and dialog were engaging.

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The Duke’s Wager / Lord of Dishonor by Edith Layton

I really enjoyed the two characters – very understanding of each other’s pain, and have a great camaraderie aside from the sexual tension. One is left with the feeling he is edithh with it all, having done it before. Pg 16 describes the hero in interesting viewpoint. Now, thirty two years later, I found this book available on Kindle so I re-read it.

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