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Deceptive Behavior

Deceptive Behavior Blush sensuality level This is a suggestive romance love scenes are not graphic Geni Bayles has made some pretty poor choices when it comes to men So she finally agrees to meet the suitor her mother h

Blush sensuality level This is a suggestive romance love scenes are not graphic Geni Bayles has made some pretty poor choices when it comes to men So she finally agrees to meet the suitor her mother has chosen, a painfully shy baronet from the country When she encounters Sir Richard Latimer, however, she finds him witty, considerate and charming but only because he tBlush sensuality level This is a suggestive romance love scenes are not graphic Geni Bayles has made some pretty poor choices when it comes to men So she finally agrees to meet the suitor her mother has chosen, a painfully shy baronet from the country When she encounters Sir Richard Latimer, however, she finds him witty, considerate and charming but only because he thinks she s a maid She decides to continue the deception just long enough to learn his true personality.Richard knows he has a duty to marry a rich woman to restore the estates on which so many people depend But he would give anything to marry a fun, clever girl like the maid he s just met And just kissed.He s fallen for the right girl for the wrong reason She s made the wrong move for the right reason They just might be perfect together if it weren t for the complete lack of trust.

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About Author

  1. Kate Dolan says:
    aka K.D Hays.After coming east from Chicago to attend college at the Catholic University of America in Washington, DC, Kate Dolan grew attached to the region and never moved back She holds an interdisciplinary degree in English, history and drama and a law degree from the University of Richmond School of Law, and has written professionally for over ten years in a variety of fields Currently living in a suburb of Balti, she is ideally positioned to drag her husband and two children to visit an endless array of historical sites She also volunteers as a living historian in order to teach and learn about everyday life in early America.

Comment 554 on “Deceptive Behavior

  1. Judy & Marianne from Long and Short Reviews says:
    Originally posted at longandshortreviews.cAttraction is instant between Geni and Richard in Deceptive Behaviors Their initial meeting shows their true personalities It is unfortunate that expectations of society paint a different portrait First impressions always stick with a person It is too bad that their first impressions of each other were very good ones, but for the wrong reasons Mistaken identities lead to misunderstandings and a loss of trust That is no way to start a marriage Unfortunate [...]

  2. Romancing the Book says:
    Reviewed by AngieBook provided by the publisher for reviewReview originally posted at Romancing the BookThis has to be one of the funniest historical romances I ve read in months From the beginning you become enraptured with a cast of characters that are truly eccentric, even for a time period where nearly everyone had some type of neurosis.I won t lie, you become increasingly frustrated throughout the book by the fact that both Geni and Richard are both fools who think the worst at nearly all t [...]

  3. The Pen & Muse says:
    What a cute read this was If you like romance and root for the underdog this book is for you Geni agrees to meet the next suitor her mother has chosen A man arrives as as Geni is cleaning up some glass and he is at ease talking to her as he thinks she is a maid Geni thinks this man is a friend of the family she is staying with Little does each other know they each other s intended The story is funny at times as Geni takes to her room for a few days Sir Latimer tries to always find the maid, Geni [...]

  4. Angieleigh says:
    Review will be posted at romancing the book soon.



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