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by Elena Greene

Saving Lord Verwood (Signet Regency Romance) download ebook
ISBN:
0451210050
ISBN13:
978-0451210050
Author:
Elena Greene
Publisher:
Signet (May 4, 2004)
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1121 kb
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Contemporary
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Rating:
4.8

SAVING LORD VERWOOD, the third in Elena Greene’s Three Disgraces series, was originally published as a Signet Regency, became an RT Book Club Top Pick and winner of the Phoenix Desert Rose Golden Quill. Length: about 75,000 words. Sensuality: kisses, several sex scenes.

SAVING LORD VERWOOD, the third in Elena Greene’s Three Disgraces series, was originally published as a Signet Regency, became an RT Book Club Top Pick and winner of the Phoenix Desert Rose Golden Quill. Penelope Talcott distrusts Lord Verwood, a notorious rake who’s meddled in the lives of her SAVING LORD VERWOOD, the third in Elena Greene’s Three Disgraces series, was originally published as a Signet Regency, became an RT Book Club Top Pick and winner of the Phoenix Desert Rose Golden Quill. Length: about 75,000 words

SAVING LORD VERWOOD, the third in Elena Greene's "Three Disgraces" series, was originally published as a Signet Regency. An award-winning traditional Regency with a Gothic twist, it became an RT Book Club Top Pick and winner of the Phoenix Desert Rose Golden Quill.

SAVING LORD VERWOOD, the third in Elena Greene's "Three Disgraces" series, was originally published as a Signet Regency. Sensuality: kisses, several mild sex scenes.

SAVING LORD VERWOOD ~ Penelope Talcott distrusts Lord Verwood, a notorious rake who’s .

SAVING LORD VERWOOD ~ Penelope Talcott distrusts Lord Verwood, a notorious rake who’s meddled in the lives of her friends. But she accidentally saves his life and becomes entangled in his affairs. Someone is trying to kill Verwood. Despite herself, Pen is impelled to help. Regency Masquerades ebook set ~ six sparkling Regency romances from bestselling and award-winning authors Brenda Hiatt, Lynn Kerstan, Allison Lane, Gail Eastwood, Alicia Rasley and Elena Greene. Excerpt from SAVING LORD VERWOOD ( of the Three Disgraces).

Tagged as regency, historical. Rakish Lord Verwood and virtuous Miss Penelope Talcott could not be more different. Bookmark ) regency 5.

Signet Books was an imprint of the New American Library (NAL), which was established as an autonomous American publishing house after branching off from its British-based parent company, Penguin Books. Signet had the longest running Regency series, beginning in the late 1970s and ending in February 2006. It generally published three books each month, though this varied over the years. Signet also produced reissues, both of their own previous releases as well as those of other publishers.

Rakish Lord Verwood and virtuous Miss Penelope Talcott could not be more different.

Book in the "Three Disgraces" Regency seriesPenelope Talcott distrusts Lord Verwood, a notorious rake who's meddled in the lives of her friends. Saving Lord Verwood - eBook.

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Elena Greene is an award winning author of Regency historical romance. Her books have won the National Readers' Choice Award, the Desert Rose Golden Quill and the Colorado Romance Writers' Award of Excellence

Elena Greene is an award winning author of Regency historical romance. Her books have won the National Readers' Choice Award, the Desert Rose Golden Quill and the Colorado Romance Writers' Award of Excellence. Her Super Regency, LADY DEARING'S MASQUERADE, won RT Book Club's award for Best Regency Romance of 2005 and made the Kindle Top 100 list in 2011. She lives in upstate New York with her two daughters and more yarn, wire and beads than she would like to admit.

Penelope Talcott distrusts Lord Verwood, a notorious rake who's meddled in the lives of her friends.  But she accidentally saves his life and becomes entangled in his affairs.  Someone is trying to kill Verwood. Despite herself, Pen is impelled to help.  Scandal forces them to marry and return to his estate in Cornwall, where Pen must solve the mystery of the tortured man she has come to love.
Reviews:
  • Dagdardana
Didn't care for the ending. Wish the book had ended 40 pages sooner. The villainess's insanity just looked so darn contrived, it was too much to swallow. Sorry. The hero and heroine are fine. What you would expect, for the most part. A nice little romance flourishes between them. If not for the ending, I would have scored this a 4.5 out of 5 stars.
  • Doktilar
This was my first book by this author and i was not dispointed. I loved it so much I went back and got the first two books in the series and another one of her books. I thought the hero was different from most because he didn't deny to himself that he wanted to be in love, he just was scared to admit to any one else. And of course Pen was perfect. Then when i went back and read the first two books of the series, it made me want to go back and read at least the end of this one again. This is well worth the time and makes a great read for any regency fan.
  • Umdwyn
Having gotten a Kindle Fire for Christmas, there is hardly a day that goes by that I am not on it reading. The prime membership has defeinately been a good value for me and this book was one of them. I am hooked on historical romance books for a long time...difference is now I don't have to store them on boxes.
  • Cezel
I ordered this book on the recommendation of the other reviewers and have to say I don't think we read the same book. It had a interesting premise but the characters are so utterly dry and boring. In the beginning the author tries to show the the H is an unredeemable rake that is shunned by society. The h fullfills every cliche possible - wholesome h who is just spunky enough and is put upon by her meddling guardian aunt and uncle. The h just wants to make a pleasant marriage to the penniless curate. Through a number of trials and tribulations the supposed fiance calls it off and the H and h are forced to marry. There is even the problem of someone trying to kill the H and the h is just the one to save him.

Things that worked - premise of story and not many grammer or typo errors. That's pretty much it.

Things that didn't work - boring underdeveloped characters. Frequent referrals back to characters from prior stories. Many cliches that are yawn inducing. The story just doesn't work and it was so very easy to put the book down. I dislike not finishing a story but when I tried to pick it up I had to reread large sections to remember what I read before. It was difficult to finish the story due to the yawn factor and cliches. My recommendation save your money and time and avoid this story.
  • Drelahuginn
This is one of a series of three (The Three Disgraces)
Three girls at school were given this name because of the pranks that they managed to do
Each book continues in later life to tell the story of one of the girls
This was a good read and sometimes a good laugh
  • Faell
All three of these stories kept we wanting to read more. I had a job to put them down.
  • Tisicai
This was a Kindle purchase and I read this series. I liked this author - she kept my attention and the characters were amusing.
I enjoyed this trilogy very much. It is always fun to follow various characters whose stories have been told to see what happens after, and these three didn't disappoint.