Counterfeit Kisses

Counterfeit Kisses By Sandra Heath, Counterfeit Kisses Sir Gareth Carew was quite smitten by the attentions of London s lovely new arrival until he recognized the charmer as Susannah Leighton the woman who blamed him for the loss of her family s fortune
  • Title: Counterfeit Kisses
  • Author: Sandra Heath
  • ISBN: 9780451200228
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • Counterfeit Kisses By Sandra Heath, Sir Gareth Carew was quite smitten by the attentions of London s lovely new arrival until he recognized the charmer as Susannah Leighton, the woman who blamed him for the loss of her family s fortune But can he win back her trust and her love
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    About "Sandra Heath"

    1. Sandra Heath

      Sandra Heath is the ever popular author of numerous Regencies, historical romances, novellas, and short stories Among other honors, she has won the Romantic Times Reviewers Choice Awards for Best Regency Author and for Best Regency Romance She lives in Gloucester, England, and can be contacted at sandraheath bluey onder.

    680 thoughts on “Counterfeit Kisses”

    1. I do not know what possessed me to read this book It must have been the promise of an amusing animal companion Even with Chatterjee, I really couldn t like this book very much First, the hero and heroine have no basis for a romance other than physical attraction She s a lonely widow, I understand why an attractive, fit, male with a whiff of danger would be appealing, but I did not find him an interesting hero The story is told from the third person omniscient, making it difficult to know what th [...]


    2. Susannah Holland, lost her family tiara when her brother Stephen bet it while in a drunken stupor For some reason she blamed Sir Gareth Carew, a stranger who was in attendance when Stephen was betting She is unaware that Stephen was warned to stop by Carew and her brother is lying to save face Never showing her face, while not listening to the good Samaritan who assisted his brother home, she calls the gentleman a rude name They end their brief meeting with bitterness on both sides.Three years l [...]


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