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Caught in the Act

Bling knaves a daring thief of hearts and an innocent yet ingenious young beauty will be undone by the most delectable treachery of all rapturous irresistible love. Surprisingly funny at times with interesting Hh It was a treat to read and the hero is swoon worthy with some very sexy scenarios Be sure to read the authors note first as it gives you the meanings of some of the words commonly used at that time period in Elizabethan England which is at the end of the book

Review Caught in the Act

Us unexpected turn when emotional debts come due SWEET REWARDS In a Tudor England teeming with intrigues and absurdities in a hotbed of scheming scoundrels and bum. The grossly overused word bubbies is only the first reason I m taking this to Half Price Books to sell I understand that it was a different time and a different language but if reading this book was like a drinking game I would die of alcohol poisoning from all the annoying overused words It was an ok story the characters were likeable enough but I found myself skipping paragraphs just to get to something interesting

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SECRET PLACES A shocking liaison accidentally observed opens floodgates of deception and desire HIDDEN COSTS A rogue's game of passionate betrayal takes an audacio. This was one of the first romance novels I ever read and I still pick it up every now and then just for old times sake It s bawdy it s romantic it s smartI can t say enough about it What I love most is the hero Gentleman Jack For once we get a rouge who doesn t treat women like dirt He worships women and understands them He s a ladies man in the best sense and I fell in love with him and I can see how his innocent bride falls so easily for him Merrie Straffen is one of my favorite heroines Her naivete in matters of love and sex are counterbalanced by her great intelligence and spirit I wish there could be heroines out there that are both beautiful and smart without being irritaingly perfect A great read if you can find it


About the Author: Betina Krahn

Krahn born Betina Maynard is the second daughter of Dors Maynard and Regina Triplett Krahn learned to read at the age of four and began making up her own stories when she was only six In fifth grade she won a silver Noble Order of Bookworms pin for her achievements in reading and the following year she began writing down her storiesKrane was graduated from high school in Newark Ohio and



6 thoughts on “Caught in the Act

  1. says:

    This was one of the first romance novels I ever read and I still pick it up every now and then just for old times sake It's bawdy it's romantic it's smartI can't say enough about it What I love most is the hero Gentleman Jack For once we get a rouge who doesn't treat women like dirt He worships women and understands them

  2. says:

    The grossly overused word bubbies is only the first reason I'm taking this to Half Price Books to sell I understand that it

  3. says:

    Surprisingly funny at times with interesting Hh It was a treat to read and the hero is swoon worthy with some very sexy s

  4. says:

    If you loved the glamour and passion of the Showtime series THE TUDORS but couldn't stand the way all the brightest most spirited female characters met horrible deaths this is the book for you

  5. says:

    It's always so refreshing to open a Betina Krahn book and I've always had fond memories of two of her early works Caught in the Act and its seuel Behind Closed Doors However you know how memories are In this case they were correct It was a joy to reread Caught in the Act tempered with a little melancholy because Ms Krahn seems to be taking

  6. says:

    Wonderful Elizabethan Love StoryKrahn knows how to write superb romance and this one is no exception It’s intriguing fast paced and has great depth She describes accurately the Elizabethan age and uses language including uotes from the classics and detailed descriptions to capture the feeling of 16th century E

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