The Deception (Baron, #3)



The Complete Revamping Of Catherine Coulter S 1983 Signet Regency, An Intimate Deception, Led To This A Full Bodied Historical Romance With A New Beginning And A New Ending.The Deception (Baron, #3)

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  • Mass Market Paperback
  • 384 pages
  • The Deception (Baron, #3)
  • Catherine Coulter
  • English
  • 10 April 2018
  • 0451210700

10 thoughts on “The Deception (Baron, #3)

  1. says:

    Made it to page 110 This book was incredibly difficult to read, with characters often reacting to things that the reader never sees happen The hero is a lecher and I m guessing that the heroine s problems would be easily solved if she only confided in him.

  2. says:

    I didn t think this book was very well written The dialogue was shallow The Duke was not a likable character And the heroine could have confessed was going on much sooner I was very disappointed

  3. says:

    Audible Romance PackageAUDIOBOOK Read April 29 30th 20189hrs 49minNarrator Anne Flosnik was ok This Baron s series is really not to her best work.

  4. says:

    Well, The Offer , was tedious for the first half Now, I can say The Deception was tedious for the second half As much as I liked all of the characters in this series, their stories seemed to drag on and on This was a rewrite of the its first publication I found it lackingfor one thing, nothingabout the cat races which is touted on the back cover Also,Charles story from The Offer was left hanging Ms Coulter s website doesn t give any information about the stories and how the Well, The Offer , was tedious for the first half Now, I can say The Deception was tedious for the second half As much as I liked all of the characters in this series, their stories seemed to drag on and on This was a rewrite of the its first publication I found it lackingfor one thing, nothingabout the cat races which is touted on the back co...

  5. says:

    The Deception is a perfect title to this wonderful story The plot kept you flipping through the pages,wondering when she ll spill her sceret to Her Duke All the Good Characters were wonderful, and the Bad Characters the villans just as beautifuly written It was fusturating to say the least, but what a Great Read ...

  6. says:

    The Deception, Baron Series Bk 3, Catherine Coulter, HB B 2001, 11 03 When Bonaparte sympathisers capture her father, Evangeline deBeauChamps must befriend and spy on her dead English cousin s widower husband, get him to take her in as nanny to his young son, so that she can h...

  7. says:

    One of the first romance novels I read without having to sneak them from my mother A cousin let me borrow this one and it was good I didn t realize how much of a flavor of the Scarlet Pimpernel it had until much later in my life after reading the Baroness wor...

  8. says:

    This was my favorite book of the series I loved all the suspense and spies The duke of course is amazing and quite funny I loved the banter between him and Evangeline Of course little Edmund was adorable and I wish Catherine Coulter had a book about Drew and Felecia cause that would be hilarious

  9. says:

    I m not a fan of stories that revolve around faux moral dilemmas can I do this evil thing in order to save a loved one s life See also The Hunger Games Dying for a friend is the ultimate expression of love sinning for a friend is sick and twisted, just as wrong as sinning for any other reason.

  10. says:

    Ah, during my historical years Ms Coulter is a favourite of mine for historical romances I ve read pretty much every single book of hers They all sort of blend together with the same formula Damsel in distress is saved by white knight White Kn...

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