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on Oct. 20, 2011 :
An Immodest Proposal is a tale about Miss Sophia Lamott (Sophie) who we find at the beginning of the novel getting quite foxed in the corner of the library in her family’s Town house in London. Recently jilted by her several-year-betrothed, she is determined to make a new start for herself and forget that wretched man, Simon. She meets a friend of her brother, Julian Randall, who seems more than he claims to be (a man of affairs.) She is instantly attracted to him and he to her, but he is a “rapscallion” and would damage her reputation if they were to court. And as hard as she tries to get Julian out of her mind, she finds him showing up everywhere, even as she becomes the belle of the ball and attracts the attentions of other men. Julian, too, wishes to rid his mind of the fair Sophia, but finds it almost impossible to do. Rumors, gossips, family secrets, proposals, twists and turns make this novel an “un-put-downable” read! If you like a spicy Regency with a handsome rake, then this read is for you. Witty, humorous and saucy – An Immodest Proposal is a book you’re sure to love.
(reviewed within a month of purchase)