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Lord Yates And The Yankee

Free Read Lord Yates And The Yankee - by Joy Reed - Lord Yates And The Yankee, Lord Yates And The Yankee American Constance Locke spurns the English aristocracy her blood boiling at the thought of their idleness Yet Constance can t deny that Lord Vincent Yates is everything she could ever want in a man

  • Title: Lord Yates And The Yankee
  • Author: Joy Reed
  • ISBN: 9780821774762
  • Page: 207
  • Format: Paperback

Free Read Lord Yates And The Yankee - by Joy Reed, Lord Yates And The Yankee, Joy Reed, Lord Yates And The Yankee American Constance Locke spurns the English aristocracy her blood boiling at the thought of their idleness Yet Constance can t deny that Lord Vincent Yates is everything she could ever want in a man How can she possibly allow herself to become a part of the ton she relishes mocking Original Free Read Lord Yates And The Yankee - by Joy Reed - Lord Yates And The Yankee, Lord Yates And The Yankee American Constance Locke spurns the English aristocracy her blood boiling at the thought of their idleness Yet Constance can t deny that Lord Vincent Yates is everything she could ever want in a man

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Lord Yates And The Yankee

About "Joy Reed"

  1. Joy Reed

    I have been reading Regency romances since I was in my teens and actually wrote my first one a truly dreadful effort when I was about sixteen But since I chose to pursue an education and career in a different field automotive technology, with minors in French and business administration , that early effort gathered dust for many years It wasn t until after the birth of my daughter that I had the time and inclination to take up writing again I enjoy writing and enjoy even hearing from readers of my books I work hard to make my Regencies accurate in period detail as well as entertaining in content.

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  1. To begin with, forget this was published by Zebra Regency Romance Forget that this novel is supposed to be a Recency romance, at all This is a very cleverly written romantic comedy about two perfectly normal, flawed people who over come doubts and fall in love True, Lord Yates is a handsome, rich earl, but Constance the Yankee of the title is a normal looking, practical lady of modest means without any of the tropes generally employed in romance novels to bring the two together Additionally, the [...]


  2. This story is a take on Pride and Prejudice Constance even has very fine dark eyes I couldn t resist this novel about a Yankee bluestocking, being one myself with dark eyes , but the story didn t quite live up to my expectations I really liked Constance I could easily see myself saying some of the things she says, just not in public Once her motivation for speaking out was revealed, I conceded that I probably WOULD have behaved exactly the same I admired her outspokenness and her ability to revi [...]


  3. Vincent, Lord Yates, is what we d call a social butterfly he attends all the social events, house parties, races, boxing, etc and leaves his estates to his managers He s not a bad person, not an intellectual, and doesn t adhere to study or politics That changes when he meets an outspoken American women traveling with her father on his lecture tour and study abroad She doesn t think much of the aristocracy and makes some pointed comments to Vincent and laughs at him at his sister s party This is [...]



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