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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 296 pages
  • Reforming the Rake
  • Sarah Elliott
  • English
  • 24 December 2017
  • 0373293747

Reforming the Rake❴BOOKS❵ ✮ Reforming the Rake Author Sarah Elliott – Essayreview.co.uk Reforming the Rake by Sarah Elliott released on Sep , is available now for purchase Reforming the Rake by Sarah Elliott released on Sep ,is available now for purchase.


About the Author: Sarah Elliott

Sarah Elliott grew up in Pennsylvania and studied English at Smith College Shortly after completing Reforming the Rake, she moved to London to get a master s degree in art history She lives there still, and shares a flat with her boyfriend and their ever expanding collection of books, broken antique furniture, vinyl Reforming the PDF/EPUB or LPs, and Indian spices When she s not writing, she enjoys cooking, shopping, and lazing about.


10 thoughts on “Reforming the Rake

  1. says:

    The story was not all that interesting, and there were a number of problems that bothered me It wasn t exactly bad, just not particularly good.The hero seemed decidedly unrakish, despite the book s title He seemed, well, a rather normal sort of gentleman He drank to excess, sure, but that wasn t exactly unusual, and he was depressed at the time.And I don t even know how the author made up their rules of address The hero was supposedly the Marquis of Pelham, and introduced himself as such a f The story was not all that interesting, and there were a number of problems that bothered me It wasn t exactly bad, just not particularly good.The hero seemed decidedly unrakish, despite the book s title He seemed, well, a rather normal sort of gentleman He drank to excess, sure, but that wasn t exactly unusual, and he was depressed at the time.And I don t even know how the author made up their rules of address The hero was supposedly the Marquis of Pelham, and introduced himself as such a few times, but everyone called him Lord LastName And both his mother and sister were also referred to as Lady LastName, when they should have been Lady Pelham and Lady FirstName, respectively.The language was somewhat anachronistic, including the dreaded well, for me, anyway Regency okay

  2. says:

    not bad at all It won t disappoint you if you want the classic story about a ladyman, who can t stand the word marriage, and a well mannered young lady, who wants both a marriage and passion.

  3. says:

    What fun when Beatrice is running out of time to get married and she can t find a man to stirs her heart and Charles Summerson needs a wife, but has no intension of marrying.

  4. says:

    An enjoyable light read.

  5. says:

    I couldn t read this book fast enough A really GREAT love story I didn t expect things to happen the way they did Who could believe a Rake could change.

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