Someone to Watch Over Me

Someone to Watch Over Me

eBook - 2003
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Rescued from the icy waters of the Thames by the enigmatic Grant Morgan, one of London's most unattainable bachelors, a lovely amnesiac--who is told that she is the notorious Vivien Rose Duvall--finds herself under Grant's protection as he sets out to unravel her past and discover the truth. Original.

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Lisa Kleypas has thrilled readers with her unforgettable love stories set in the glittering world of Regency London. Now, the author of Stranger in My Arms, brings her fans a story with all the promise, and oassion, of forbidden love.

She couldn't remember who she was...A temptingly beautiful woman awakens in a stranger's bed, rescued from the icy waters of the Thames, her memory gone. Told that she is Vivien Rose Duvall, one of London's most scandalous beauties, she finds herself under the protection of enigmatic, charming Grant Morgan. Her life is in his hands. Deep in her heart, she knows he has mistaken her for someone else...

He was the only man she could trust. As one of London's most eligible, and unattainable catches, Grant Morgan is a man who has known every kind of woman. And the one in his arms now seems so innocent, so vulnerable, that he can't help but be enchanted. And as his love for this mysterious beauty grows, he's determined to unravel the secrets of her past and discover the truth?no matter what.



Publisher: [New York, NY] : PerfectBound, 2003
ISBN: 9780060769598
0060769599
9780060570422
0060570423

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fhnasr
Oct 10, 2016

Really was ecstatic when these two finally got together as the mystery was well done. Grant is a great character and I like him even better in Worth Any Price. These two really are adorable together.

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marthabwaters
Apr 24, 2016

I think the Bow Street Runners series marks the dividing line in Lisa Kleypas' books -- while I don't enjoy her earlier ones that much, I like her later ones quite a bit, and in my opinion this trilogy marks her switch to the style of her later books. Anyway, this is a solid trilogy-opener, even if it is almost ludicrously soap opera-y. Which I mean as a compliment, of course.

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Athena12
Aug 10, 2010

MUST read. It is a really good book.

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