No man, gentleman or otherwise, has ever looked at Lady Edwina Bollash the way the brash, handsome man standing before her is doing now. Edwina has accepted the challenge to transform incorrigible Mick Tremore into a gentleman in just six weeks. And although the linguist is sure she can rise to the task, she isn't at all certain she won't swoon under his frankly sensuous gaze before her job is done.
Mick has lived outside of London society long enough to know that appearances can be deceiving. Edwina might look all buttoned up-the perfect English lady-but there is unleashed passion existing just below her placid facade (not to mention a great pair of legs!). And as she prepares him to take his place in society, Mick prepares Edwina to take her place in his heart...and in his bed.
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LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - cmlloyd67 - LibraryThing
Finished The Proposition by Judith Ivory, which is a romantic/gender flip on Pygmalion. The writer cheekily references Pygmalion twice, the Greek myth and the Shaw play. It's okay. The ending sort of ... Read full review
LibraryThing ReviewUser Review - MlleEhreen - LibraryThing
Ivory is always a cut above the rest and The Proposition is no different - if you have learned to love Ivory's ability to craft unusual characters, to convey character through the most interesting and ... Read full review