Lady Amelia's Mess and a Half

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Sourcebooks Casablanca, 2012 - Fiction - 401 pages
19 Reviews

JAKE BROKE HER HEART BY LEAVING HER AFTER SHARING A PASSIONATE KISS.

LADY AMELIA BROKE HIS BY MARRYING HIS BEST FRIEND.

When she returns to town a widow—pursued by an infamous rake, Jake's debauched brother, and just maybe by himself—Lady Amelia will have a mess and a half on her hands.

A sparkling romp through the ton, Lady Amelia's Mess and a Half delivers a witty Regency romance in which misunderstandings abound, reputations are put on the line, and the only thing more exciting than a scandal is true love.

"Clever, spicy, and fresh from beginning to end."—Amelia Grey, award–winning author of A Gentleman Never Tells

"A delightfully witty romp seasoned with an irresistible dash of intrigue and passion. Samantha Grace is an author to watch!"—Shana Galen, award–winning author of Lord and Lady Spy

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Review: Lady Amelia's Mess and a Half (Beau Monde #2)

User Review  - Lover of Romance - Goodreads

Lady Amelia's Mess And A Half is the second installment, and my first book to read from this author. In the last few months I have seen this author popping up more and more, so when I was at my local ... Read full review

Review: Lady Amelia's Mess and a Half (Beau Monde #2)

User Review  - Deborah Vespo - Goodreads

Just discovered Samantha Grace... very good storyteller. A lot of background stories going on. Fun characters. Will be looking for more books with Samantha's name on it. ***Read again, two years later ... Read full review

About the author (2012)

Historical romance author Samantha Grace discovered the appeal of a great love story when she was just a young girl, thanks to Disney's Robin Hood. She didn't care that Robin Hood and Maid Marian were cartoon animals. It was her first happily-ever-after experience and she didn't want the warm fuzzies to end. Now Samantha enjoys creating her own happy-endings for characters that spring from her imagination. Publisher's Weekly describes her stories as "fresh and romantic" with subtle humor and charm. Samantha describes romance writing as the best job ever. Part-time hospice social worker, moonlighting author, and pilates nut, she enjoys a happy and hectic life with her real life hero and two kids in the Midwest. Visit her at: www.samanthagraceauthor.com.

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