A Compromising Situation

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
RWA Golden Heart Winner, Best Regency Romance

“I can't say enough good things about this book except BUY IT!” – Cybil Solen, Rakehell.net

“…an amusing and heartwarming tale about these two lonely adults who struggle to overcome some imagined or real flaw...” -- Teresa Roebuck, Romantic Times

A harsh lord and a stubborn governess--somehow love has to find way across all boundaries. More

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Words: 67,400
Language: English
ISBN: 9780983142331
About Shannon Donnelly

Shannon Donnelly's writing has won numerous awards, including a RITA nomination for Best Regency, the Grand Prize in the "Minute Maid Sensational Romance Writer" contest, judged by Nora Roberts, RWA's Golden Heart, the Laurel Wreath, the Winter Rose, the Bookseller's Best, and multiple finalists in the Holt Medallion, the Colorado ACE, the Golden Quill, and others. Her work has repeatedly earned 4½ Star Top Pick reviews from Romantic Times magazine, as well as praise from Booklist and other reviewers, who note: "simply superb"..."wonderfully uplifting"....and "beautifully written."

In addition to her Regency romances, she has had novellas published in several anthologies, has had young adult horror stories published and is the author of several computer games. Currently, she is a member of several chapters of RWA, and she is a past-president of the Beau Monde, Regency Chapter of RWA. She has spoken at past writer conferences, including RWA's national conference, and regularly gives workshops online. Her abiding passions include--besides writing--her dogs, reading, gardening, painting, belly dancing, and the ever present horses in her life. She can be found online at sd-writer.com and twitter.com/sdwriter.

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Reviews

Review by: Louise Behiel on Sep. 18, 2011 :
A good read. I enjoyed it. the heroine's behavior and reactions are believable and well motivated. The hero behaves as a man of his time.

thoroughly enjoyed.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)

Review by: currerbell on July 16, 2011 :
Well written and well researched romance set in Regency England. The characters are well developed and the tone is appropriate for the period. On feels a great affinity for the characters. A very enjoyable read.
(reviewed within a week of purchase)

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