Favourite historical?

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Favourite Historical book

The Deed
4
15%
The Key
2
7%
The Switch
1
4%
Sweet Revenge
0
No votes
Always
1
4%
Lady Pirate
2
7%
Bliss
1
4%
Reluctant Reformer
0
No votes
What She Wants
1
4%
The Chase
1
4%
The Perfect Wife
5
19%
Love Is Blind
6
22%
The Brat
3
11%
 
Total votes : 27


Favourite historical?

Postby terri on April 10th, 2008, 12:36 pm

We want to know what your favourite historical is! Again there are many different opinions on this one and we'd love to hear them.
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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby jill on May 6th, 2008, 8:18 pm

I had a hard time choosing and I finally settled on the Perfect Wife. I love the female heorine in this book. I could really identify with her. Poor thing.
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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby Jodi on May 7th, 2008, 11:27 am

I would have to say The Switch just because it was the first one I read and started me on reading Lynsay's books. I loved the whole girl pretending to be a man story line too funny!
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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby Stauri on May 7th, 2008, 12:30 pm

I picked The Chase, I don't know just something about this one that I like. I guess because she doesn't give in, and makes him work for redemption. :D
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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby jill on May 7th, 2008, 6:41 pm

Jodi I almost picked the Switch as my fave. It was really tough.
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So hard to pick!

Postby Kelli on May 8th, 2008, 12:49 am

The Key is just so hilarious I had to pick it. But then I also love The Perfect Wife, Always, Sweet Revenge and Bliss too. They are all wonderful. In Love is Blind I liked how they didn't hate each other and have a hard time falling in love they just were.
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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby Denise on May 8th, 2008, 2:14 am

Hmm... so none of us has had the same favorite yet.
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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby wren on May 8th, 2008, 9:04 am

I have only read six of the historicals, but Bliss most recently, and it has become my favorite. Before that, The Brat and The Reluctant Reformer were my top two faves. The historicals are some of the best I have ever read.

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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby aggru on May 10th, 2008, 8:33 pm

Terri The choice is very hard as all of them are so great, but I liked very much The Deed and The Key, I did have to wait to read The Deed as it was sold out and still was not another run published at the time, and I do have a Little poster of that cover signed by Lynsay. LOL 8-)
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Re: Favourite historical?

Postby Stauri on May 15th, 2008, 10:17 am

You are welcome Tracy. Now you see why I love that book, made you want to reach into the book and slap her, running from that beautiful man. Besides my Argeneau men, Blake would definitely be a keeper.

I'll look for those two books when I'm at the bookstore, they were there the other day, if they are still there I will pick them up and e-mail you for shipping information.
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