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A Lover's Kiss Sir Douglas Drury was a spy during the Napoleonic war and has the scars, and enemies, to show for it When he is set upon in a London street, he finds it hard to be grateful because his rescuer is not only a woman, but French into the bargain Juliette Bergerine has learned to keep herself safe by avoiding undue attention, but now her life is also in danger and, together, she and Drury must take refuge in a mansion in Mayfair There, this broodingly cynical man proves an irresistible temptation



10 thoughts on “A Lover's Kiss

  1. says:

    A Lover s Kiss is a Harlequin Regency romance by Margaret Moore that is connected to Kiss Me Quick and Kiss Me Again This time our hero is the famed barrister Sir Douglas Drury Drury was betrayed and tortured during the war and therefore has a passionate hatred of the French Therefore, he s quite surprised when he s saved from an attack by Juliette, a penniless French seamstress Juliette is


  2. says:

    This was a short one I can t remember the other stories in this series sorry to say but it was just ok I didn t mind the h h but I don t know something just wasnt there


  3. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Great story with its dramatic beginning, its intriguing, intertwining of characters from previous books in the series n of the love story of two characters affected by the war in different ways yet linked.


  4. says:

    Disappointingly adversarial after really good first in series fraught and unpleasant too bad


  5. says:

    Reviewed for Confessions From Romaholics as Regency Runaways To see review at ConfessionsThis is a re release of the third and fourth books in the author series Kiss Me that follows four friends as they find love The first book in this collection is about barrister and former spy Sir Douglas Drury who is having trouble resettling in England because of war wounds both physical and mental and his deep hatred of t


  6. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Juliette Bergerine sees four men attacking Sir Douglas Drury She throws potatoes at them, and then she helps him to her room He has her send for Lord Bromwell to help him Later, Douglas agrees to help her find her brother They pose her as his cousin, and they stay at Bromwell s town house Juliette believes his friend Fanny set him up for


  7. says:

    enjoyed the bookThe heroine was spunky and practical The hero was admirable the court room scene was well done However, she s a poor French seamstress and he was tortured by the French, rich and upper class The only problem I had with the book had to do with two plot points I don t want to spoil the book and maybe the big coincidence and misdirected anger of the villain won t bother other readers.


  8. says:

    This book might have been less confusing if I had read the two previous books in the series first The hero was a one time spy for the government during the war His encounters with his fellow spies were sometimes confusing.Other than that, it was a basic Regency period novel The hero was a lawyer, which was ineresting.


  9. says:

    lovely book to read very easy and lovely set out to it good characters with an interesting background and the two together makes a lovely combination of stubborn pride and longing for something.can t wait to readfrom this author


  10. says:

    While this book wasn t as riveting as the first two in the series, I still enjoyed Sir Douglas Drury s story and the way he overcame his personal obstacles to be with Juliette, a Frenchwoman Now, it s on to Buggy


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