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eBook Lady Jane's Ribbons (Signet) ePub
Author: Sandra Heath
Language: English
ISBN: 0451147049
ISBN13: 978-0451147042
Publisher: Signet; First Edition edition (February 3, 1987)
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.6
Votes: 705
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ePub file: 1294 kb
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A misfortune indeed (seemed Ms. Heath liked to use "indeed" a lot in this book).

A misfortune indeed (seemed Ms.

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Sandra Wilson take a long, tremulous breath . .

Sandra Wilson take a long, tremulous breath to steady herself. Then she went in, forcing a rather too bright smile to her lips. Charles, I do hope you haven’t been waiting too long.

Lady Jane Derwent faced formidable odds as she set out to win the furious coach race to Brighton. She had to defeat the famous team and the infamous tricks of the ruthless king of the road, Edward Chapman

Lady Jane Derwent faced formidable odds as she set out to win the furious coach race to Brighton. She had to defeat the famous team and the infamous tricks of the ruthless king of the road, Edward Chapman.

Regency Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet. Christina Richmond and her sister Jane were opposites. Lady Evangeline Bellington, Jake's cruel former lover, exerts an irresistibly erotic hold upon him-and she will stop at nothing to win him back. Christina loved books and shunned society, while Jane reveled in being a star. Mr. Richmond had arranged a marriage between Jane and Lord St. Clement, and they were to meet at a ball in Bath. But it was Christina who saw him first, and lost her heart to him. Jane seemed determined to admire a ballonist!

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By (author) Sandra Heath. Close X. Learn about new offers and get more deals by joining our newsletter. Sandra was born in South Wales, but spent a great deal of her childhood in Ulster and Germany. She had to best the finest entry that her. She has lived in Gloucestershire since marrying forty years ago, and has one daughter and two grandchildren More about Sandra Wilson.

Christina Richmond and her sister Jane were opposites. Regency Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet. Jane seemed determined to admire a ballonist! Regency Romance by Sandra Heath; originally published by Signet.

RUNNING RISKS

Lady Jane Derwent faced formidable odds as she set out to win the furious coach race to Brighton.

She had to defeat the famous team - and the infamous tricks - of the ruthless king of the road, Edward Chapman.

She had to best the finest entry that her sport-besotted brother Henry could buy with his wealth.

And she had to prove to Lord Lewis Ardenley - who had flagrantly betrayed her with a beauteous new darling - that he was wrong in rating Jane as too frail either to stay the course or stand off his advances.

Lady Jane knew how hard it would be to win, and how easy it would be to lose so much - especially her heart...

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RUNNING RISKS

Lady Jane Derwent faced formidable odds as she set out to win the furious coach race to Brighton.

She had to defeat the famous team--and the infamous tricks--of the ruthless king of the road, Edward Chapman.

She had to best the finest entry that her sport-besotted brother Henry could buy with his wealth.

And she had to prove to Lord Lewis Ardenley who had flagrantly betrayed her with a beauteous new darling--that he was wrong in rating Jane as too frail either to stay the course or stand off his advances.

Lady Jane knew how hard it would be to win, and how easy it would be to lose so much--especially her heart..

2.5 stars. Ugh! This book just seriously annoyed me in the end! It would have gotten a solid three stars if the ending didn't ruin it. I'm not usually a big fan of the ex lovers getting back together theme but I actually enjoyed the story-line behind this one. The heroine broke off her engagement with the hero when the evil other woman told her that she was his mistress. I liked the hero. He was very realistic with flaws and all. He was annoyed at the heroine for not believing him that he did not cheat on her and refused to grovel to her. If she didn't believe him she could go to the devil. That was basically his attitude. The big problem with this book though is that It has little romance between the leads and the little that it did have was extremely unsatisfying! It was more about the stupid coaching race and the romance just a back drop. I can count on one hand how many scenes the leads had together.

This is what took the cake though. After struggling through all the frustrations of thinking that the hero cheated on the heroine since she didn't believe a word he said, and all clues pointed to the fact since he continued to parade around town with the evil mistress, everything was basically swept under the rug in the end! The evil other woman who was very spiteful to the heroine throughout the book, got off scotch free without even a talking to from the hero! He even continued to see her after the heroine confessed that she was the one that told her about their supposed affair! If he did reprimand her , the reader sure wasn't privy to it which would have been a nice justification for all the angst.

In the end it was only mentioned that the other woman got back together with her ancient husband whom she is suddenly heads over heels in love with! So you see, now the hero and heroine were free to be together again! (puleeze!) Do you know how unsatisfying that feels as a reader? Why do authors do that!? Don't put the readers through all that angst just to make fools of us in the end with stupidity! It's okay to be a little realistic...
Hallolan
Wow! What an exciting racing scene! It was like watching NESCAR or Kentucky derby, but a stagecoach on paper. It was vividly written and clearly detailed of how such race would be prepared and relayed; it showed a lot of research done for just this scene. Well done.

I will not going in to the plot, for there are three reviewers have already done wonderful jobs on describing it (under the hardcover edition but with the author of Sandra Wilson). But I would like to explain why I gave only four stars for this almost a perfect book: The love tangle between the hero and heroine (especially Lady Jane) was a bit dragging--considering they were both very determined characters, they were definitely behaved wishy-washy, to the point it was annoying, I couldn't help to wish them to (especially her) to grow up...1/2 star deduction.

Another 1/2 star off for the front cover drawing--This paperback edition reflected none of the story plot, a far different depiction than that of the hardcover edition. Not only that, it even got hero's hair color wrong, which was suppose to be blond. A misfortune indeed (seemed Ms. Heath liked to use "indeed" a lot in this book).

With all that said, I would not want to deter anyone from buying this book. It is that good!
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