Sunday, March 14, 2010

Review: Lessons from a Scarlet Lady by Emma Wildes

Sigh, time saving in spring really sucks ^_^; I mean, week-ends are short enough, but now, I lost an hour somewhere :( But at least, it means spring is almost here!! I don't know about everyone else, but Montreal has been getting very nice weather for March. Temperature has been very mild, the snow is almost gone... and this is so scary!! I bet we're going to get snow very soon... It's just too nice to be true.

Anyway, in case you weren't aware of it, I have a review up over at Breezing Through. The girls and I were looking for a book to do another foursome review and chose Lessons from a Scarlet Lady by Emma Wildes. This was my first Emma Wildes book and click here to find out what we thought of it! :D


Lessons from a Scarlet Lady by Emma Wildes
published by New American Library in January 2010
No real lady should take lessons from a scarlet woman...

The Duke of Rolthven's new wife, Brianna, is the perfect aristocratic bride. So what would society say if they saw her with a copy of Lady Rothburg's Advice -- a courtesan's lessons for the boudoir? When his innocent wife suddenly becomes a vixen in the bedroom, the proper Duke is truly astounded by her seductive powers. Following a courtesan's advice might lead to trouble - but will it lead to Brianna's ultimate desire: winning her husband's love?

6 comments:

  1. I totally hear you on that lost hour this weekend. My teen had a volleyball tournament 2 hours away on Sunday and had to be there at 8 am. Needless to say, getting up at 5:10 am ---which was the old 4:10 am WAS NOT FUN. Or easy. I may need a nap today. ;)

    Off to check on the review. .. .

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  2. Christine - Ouch Christine. That is quite brutal and yes, no fun at all! Did you nap?

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  3. No, I didn't nap. And was out doing errands until nearly 10 pm! LOL. I did have a quiet afternoon, though, because my tween was at a friend's house after school and my teen was immersed in homework. So that quiet time helped. :)

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  4. Christine - Errands till 10pm? Blah. But at least, you had some quiet time :D That's good!

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  5. I know, right!? The library called and had a book I was waiting for available, so I HAD to go after dinner. Plus we were out of milk and bread and things for lunch, so I went to the grocery store after that.

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  6. Christine - Brave woman :D I would have waited for the next day :P I dislike doing errands in the evening...

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