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And then at the age of fifteen, her private x instructor told her the cold, hard facts: Ashaorth Duke of Ruin. How to write a great review Do Say what you liked best and least Describe the author’s style Explain the rating you gave Don’t Use rude and profane language Include any personal information Mention spoilers or the book’s price Recap the plot.
This was the first book I picked up by Adele Ashworth. One knew at any age that one couldn’t make a living simply by being a mystery solver like Nancy, but solving crimes as an attorney seemed practical. May 04, Mitzi rated it really liked it Shelves: You’ve successfully reported this review. Ashworth notorioys a great deal of her storytelling energies on the mystery of the diamonds and what happened in Winter Garden years earlier.
But the books really shoul I read this series completely out of order.
When Asheorth find myself thinking “oh for Pete’s sake”, I know it’s going to be one of those books. I wasn’t very satisfied because I constantly feels like there is a piece of the story missing. Jan 08, Libby rated it it was ok Shelves: I own the next book in the series and it’s about Ian my favorite character from this ptoposition so I think I’m going to read it and hope for the best. I enjoyed the appearance of the two main characters from Ashworth’s previous novel, Winter Garden.
From the first time she stepped onstage to sing Petula Clark’s “Downtown” for a crowd at the age of three in a Juarez, Mexico, hotel restaurant, dancing on the table at the urging of the Spanish-speaking waitressesshe knew she was destined to be a singer. Adele was destined to be a singing, reading, reporting, Miss America.
A Notorious Proposition
Do the tunnels hold more than just cobwebs and dead cats? But the man that hurt her leaving here without a goodbye was in town as well. They don’t do the deed again until well past page Through numerous All-State Choir rehearsals, Jr. It Started with a Scandal. Alas, it remained as murky as ever until the ridiculously improbable ending. In her Acknowledgements, Ms. Mar 30, Flea rated it liked it. A little game of cat and mouse if I do say so myself.
Book review: Adele Ashworth’s *A Notorious Proposition*
I found both the heroine and the hero to be very sympathetic characters, and I enjoyed the relationship between them as it progressed, as well as the building of trust. Refresh and try again. For the Duke’s Eyes Only. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up. Aug 11, Joan rated it liked it Shelves: Between the Devil and Ian Eversea. At Kobo, we try to ensure that published reviews do not contain rude or profane language, spoilers, or any of our reviewer’s personal information.
You submitted the following rating and review. I’ve never found historical romances there, but low-and-behold, A Notorious Proposition by author, Adele Ashworth was sitting on the shelf. She is a respected Seer.
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I like the romance and would give the novel a higher rating if not for the confusing mystery.
I can’t seem nohorious read Ashworth anymore; her sentences veer from boringly declarative to so convoluted they’re torturous. Mar 30, Chasidy rated it really liked it Shelves: It annoys me when a slight misunderstanding is allowed to get so out of control when it’s easy enough to explain what happened and hope for the best.
Since her acting and music reading talents were also suspect, she decided Broadway might not be for her.