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Alone in the world, Amanda Carville has no dowry, no reputation left, and no one who believes her to be innocent of murder, since she was found holding the gun that killed her stepfather. Viscount Rexford also has his troubles. He's scarred by war, and cursed - or blessed - with the family trait of knowing the truth when he hears it, and his success at extracting the truth from military prisoners has left many doubting his honor and his methods. When Amanda tells him she didn't do it, he believes her. Tired of the truth business, Rex refuses to get involved...until his heart leaves him no choice.

©2014, 2020 Barbara Metzger (P)2021 Untreed Reads

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Another delightful romp.

Barbara' Metzger's dry humour is perfectly conveyed by Pippa Rathborne. The story flagged once or twice but not too drastically.

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  • Laurie S
  • 14-01-22

Slow until it gets going

This was an interesting plot, but I wasn’t fond of the first several chapters being told mostly in narrative with very little interaction or dialogue between people. I almost got fed up enough to return it multiple times but kept going anyway. I even skipped ahead to different points to see if I could detect some dialogue or forward plot movement. It was difficult to feel engaged when the author kept me at arm’s distance for so long. Stick with it because the flow improves and subtle humor awaits you once the H/h storylines finally converge. The characters don’t have much depth, and the H (the more interesting of the two) is obnoxiously focused on her body parts rather than who she “might” be as a person. Bleh. So, I wish I’d gotten it on sale instead of using a credit. But eventually I got interested in how the mystery would resolve and finished it. It definitely gets better several chapters in (not excellent, but okay). The way the H’s cousin detects lying brings some subtly funny moments.