And Then She Fell LP

Front Cover
HarperCollins, Mar 26, 2013 - Fiction - 464 pages
22 Reviews

The only thing more troublesome than a Cynster man . . .

. . . is a Cynster lady who believes love is not her destiny. Famously known in London society as "The Matchbreaker," Henrietta Cynster's uncanny skill lies in preventing ill-fated nuptials—not in falling victim to Cupid's spell.

But then she disrupts one match too many and feels honor-bound to assist dashing James Glossup in finding a suitable bride for a marriage-of-convenience.

A task infernally complicated by the undeniable, unquenchable attraction that flares between James and Henrietta, who continues to believe she will never fall . . .

What people are saying - Write a review

User ratings

5 stars
4 stars
3 stars
2 stars
1 star

The ending was lovely, nice and sweet. - Goodreads
And the sex scenes are painfully uninspired. - Goodreads
I loved the premise of this book! - Goodreads
This plot frankly made me yawn. - Goodreads
The plot is very good. - Goodreads

Review: And Then She Fell (The Cynster Sisters Duo #1)

User Review  - Lynne Tull - Goodreads

I actually read this duo out of order. I liked this one best. While Stephanie Laurens is the Master of dragging out "The Seduction", she out did herself this time. In "The Taming of Ryder Cavanaugh ... Read full review

Review: And Then She Fell (The Cynster Sisters Duo #1)

User Review  - Asya - Goodreads

Henrietta advises her friend not to marry James Glossup since he is simply looking for a bride to access his aunt's fortune. When James confronts her and lays out his case that he will lose all if he ... Read full review

About the author (2013)

New York Times bestselling author Stephanie Laurens began writing as an escape from the dry world of professional science, a hobby that quickly became a career. Her novels set in Regency England have captivated readers around the globe, making her one of the romance world's most beloved and popular authors. Loving Rose is her fifty-fourth book. All of her previous works remain in print and readily available.

Bibliographic information