Lady Deception

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Rated 3.80/5 based on 6 reviews
Elizabeth, a poverty stricken lady, saves the life of a rich young lord and is taken in for her reward. As she melts his heart, and finds her own melting in return, she becomes more and more determined to hide the fact that she was the one who attempted to kill him. More

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Words: 73,150
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465884800
About Rizzo Rosko

Writing as Rizzo Rosko and Mandy Rosko, author of sweet historicals and hot paranormals. Step into the dark side, you know you want to.

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Review by: hrhsophia on Oct. 12, 2012 :
A very good read, both of them are flawed people, who isn't but likeable all the same.
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Review by: Venisha Robb on Sep. 09, 2012 :
great read
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Review by: naz jannath on July 13, 2012 :
nice book...story meets reality...this stories character`s r not perfect but their emotions are interesting and original.if all stories r fairy tale then there is no fun,that`s y i read the book.i liked the book...
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Review by: Joie Cuentista on June 26, 2012 :
Okay I enjoyed the story to be honest both of the characters were really unlikeable. Eliza while draws sympathy to her cause can't cover up her whenever it suits her sense of right and wrong which she uses to justify her childish and criminal actions. Blaise is just as bad as she is the way he treats women is just wow. To be honest the sex was not that good justify being treated that way no matter how mad a person is. He is spoiled and comes with a host of issues that he blames on everyone but himself. The thing is as much as you find yourself not liking these two you end up wanting them to get it together in the end. To be honest I liked the father and his wife much better and their story seemed much more interesting so maybe I'll see if that book is already out or not. But it's worth reading it's okay for a cute quick read.
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Review by: Shawna Hansen on June 19, 2012 : (no rating)
I really liked this book. The story had layers of deception, plenty of bad guys and asked a lot of great questions. There were some sections that dragged, but Rizzo Rosko is writer to watch and I'm looking forward to reading more of Rosko's books. My favorite scenes were the family quarrels and the moments of clarity where one character broke free of all the assumptions holding him/her back and did things his/her way. Expect the unexpected!
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Review by: Mandi on March 16, 2012 :
Loved it!! Cant say enough good things about it :) I would give it more stars if more were available! **********
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