Lady with a Past

  • Title: Lady with a Past
  • Author: Lillian Cheatham
  • ISBN: 9780373108084
  • Page: 434
  • Format: Paperback
  • Lady with a Past His face his voice branded her soulIt was the sort of mad unbelievable coincidence that one swore could never happen Through her devotion to Maud Josey had blundered into her worst enemy Six years a
    His face, his voice branded her soulIt was the sort of mad unbelievable coincidence that one swore could never happen Through her devotion to Maud, Josey had blundered into her worst enemy Six years ago, Josey had pinned her last desperate hope for justice on brilliant trial lawyer T.J Macallan, only to be dragged down for the sake of his guilty client Now he didn t eveHis face, his voice branded her soulIt was the sort of mad unbelievable coincidence that one swore could never happen Through her devotion to Maud, Josey had blundered into her worst enemy Six years ago, Josey had pinned her last desperate hope for justice on brilliant trial lawyer T.J Macallan, only to be dragged down for the sake of his guilty client Now he didn t even recognize the innocent he d helped put behind bars.Much to his dear Aunt Maud s delight, however, Thorne took note of Josey s animosity In fact, he found her resistance irresistible.

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    1. Re Lady With A Past - Welcome to neo-noir HPlandia style. With all due respect to Raymond Chandler, I have to say LC does a credible noir pastiche without all the messy gun battles, murders and ruthless thuggery- outside of the H's behavior, of course. It just wouldn't be HPlandia without those punishing kisses and this H takes it new levels. Our story starts with the sadly maligned but innocent h. Six years earlier she was a beautiful young orphan who dyed her nutmeg tresses to a golden blonde, [...]

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    2. I tracked this one down through Abe Books, after a friend recommended it on , and very glad I did. This is a crazy old book with a mean hero and a secretly ex-con heroine.19 year old Josey leaves her small town to pursue her dream of being a singer. Unfortunately she can’t sing loud enough, and she’s starting to run out of money. When she gets involved with a creepy guy she starts feeling guilty about taking his money without sexing him, so she agrees to his request to keep a ‘box of memen [...]

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    3. Really good story of a heroine who was falsely jailed because of the lawyer hero's actions. Several yeas later the heroine meets him again at his aunt's house and he doesn't recognize her. He is attracted. She resists until she can't anymore. They marry and the heroine is on knife edge waiting for her past to be revealed. Finally the guy who framed her tries to blackmail her. The hero thinks she's having an affair and says terrible things to her. She runs away. The hero realizes what's going on [...]

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    4. 4 Stars ~ Though there are forty years between their ages, there's not a thing in this world Josey wouldn't do for her friend Maud. So when Josey got the call that Maud was ill and that her nephew was threatening to have put in a nursing home, she went running to her side, only to discover Maud had faked her out to get her there. Maud's a very popular historical romance writer and she has a flare for the dramatic. She's set Josey up to help her get rid of an unscrupulous woman from her nephew's [...]

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    5. His face, his voice branded her soulIt was the sort of mad unbelievable coincidence that one swore could never happen. Through her devotion to Maud, Josey had blundered into her worst enemy!Six years ago, Josey had pinned her last desperate hope for justice on brilliant trial lawyer T.J. Macallan, only to be dragged down for the sake of his guilty client. Now he didn't even recognize the innocent he'd helped put behind bars.Much to his dear Aunt Maud's delight, however, Thorne took note of Josey [...]

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    6. Why why why? Where is women's pride? At least if you don't have it, fake it. The hero was the reason she got to jail and instead of taking revenge she melts when he kisses her! Not a romantic kiss mind you, but one with " you are slut" before it and " you little bitch" after it. Oh why oh why did I read this.

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