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Appena le avremo esaminate le pubblicheremo sul nostro sito. Once I figured out what was happening, I was able to really sit back and enjoy this book. Julie blossomed before my eyes. She started out as a somewhat meek but as the story progressed, she grew more comfortable in her own skin and had spunk to her.

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I like that Ned was not stuck up like I imagine most Earls to be like. Ned was a charmer. The romance between Ned and Julie was anything but sweet. In this story there was an assortment of crazy and intriguing characters in this story, besides the main leads. I plan to try check out other published works by Maggie MacKeever. The Tyburn Waltz makes me waltz with joy. From Romantic Times Book Reviews: Regency London RT Rating: The primary and secondary characters are well developed and will elicit multiple emotional responses from readers throughout the novel.

Julie Wynne is not your average companion to a society matron. However, she is in danger of being recognized by one of her former marks, Ned Fairchild, the current Earl of Dorset. Since the little slip of a housebreaker got away, Ned cannot get her off of his mind.

As Ned gets to know Julie, he becomes more enamored. Can Ned get her to trust him with her secrets and come to him for protection? It is well written with details, depth, twists and turns. It has romance, suspense, intrigue, deceit, danger, humor, passion, love, spies, secrets, from high society London to the deadly underworld of London, and family. The characters are engaging, challenging, with some humor and wit. Julie, young, beautiful, a thief, falsely imprisoned, made to do things to survive, tough, strong, smart and an impressive young street urchin. Ned, an earl, ex-spy, handsome, caring for his young sister, strong, comes home to find Julie tied up by his sister as a housebreaker, is intrigued by her and determined to save her.

They soon find they are drawn to each other. The truth will finally come to light about Julia's true birth. This is a fast paced story of intrigue, deception and years of lies.


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  5. Jules, the leading female character, is a favorite of mine. She is so true to herself and courageous. I love the way she slips from the East London role to the West end role with such ease; sliding down drainpipes in one moment, to being a gentlewoman the next. The grim reality of London is also well depicted, something that does not happen often in regency period books. The only discouraging thing I have to say about this book - which is st Jules, the leading female character, is a favorite of mine.

    The only discouraging thing I have to say about this book - which is still a good read; is that the ending gets told more than shown. I did not really find the same robust energy in the conclusion. But overall I would recommend this as an interesting, entertaining and fun read. The book is intriguing from the get-go. Set in the period of where the known world has been in turmoil, McKeever introduces the reader to engaging characters.

    Her heroine, Julie, is a brave young woman forced by circumstances into committing thefts. She lives by her wits until she steals from the gorgeous hero, Ned, Lord of hot hunky chivalry. This is a very experienced writer with a gift of setting a historical stage.


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    7. I can't wait to read more of her work. There is a good story here, but it's a bit overshadowed by awkward phrasing and a shifting PoV. For example, the word "too" is used oddly throughout the book. Also, one paragraph the narrative is told with insights into Character A, only to shift clumsily to Character B in the next. I kept getting jolted out of the story because of it. But, like I said, there is a good story here. Christina Sharp rated it liked it Mar 04, Jenny Rae rated it really liked it Aug 20, Isabelledallas rated it really liked it Apr 07,

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