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EDUCATING CAROLINE
by Patricia Cabot

Genre: Historical Romance
Setting: England, 1870

2001 Best Regency Historical Romance Nominee

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Wealthy heiress Lady Caroline Linford is shocked when she catches her fianci, Hurst, the Marquis of Winchilsea, trysting with Braden Granvilles betrothed, Lady Jacquelyn. But when Granville comes searching for Jacquelyn, Caroline leads him away from the couple, fearing he will kill Hurst, which she cannot let happen. After all, Hurst saved her brother Thomass life.

Caroline decides to learn how to seduce and keep Hurst faithfulwith the help of a good teacher. Who better than the lothario of London, Braden Granville?

Braden reluctantly agrees to Carolines outrageous proposal but only so shell tell him who Jacquelyns lover is. If he is to break off his engagement, he must have the mans identity. Exploring passion and desire soon has them both wishing there was a way out of their marriages.

A touch of suspense, a tangled plotline and sizzling passion turn EDUCATING CAROLINE into a non-stop read for mystery and romance fans alike. Patricia Cabot knows how to spin a mesmerizing tale and her talents know few bounds as she draws us into a sizzling, hilarious romp of a mystery. SENSUAL (Nov., 400 pp., $6.99)

Reviewed By: Kathe Robin

Publisher: Pocket

Published: November 2001

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