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  • Title: To Tempt An Angel
  • Author: Patricia Grasso
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  • Page: 223
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  • Angelica Douglas has no idea that she s the Countess of Melrose What she does know is that she needs to support her family as a card shark, while finding a way to seek revenge on the men who ruined her father and sent her family spiralling down into poverty.Robert Campbell, Marquess of Argyll, heir to the Duke of Inverary, has no idea who Angelica truly is He just wantsAngelica Douglas has no idea that she s the Countess of Melrose What she does know is that she needs to support her family as a card shark, while finding a way to seek revenge on the men who ruined her father and sent her family spiralling down into poverty.Robert Campbell, Marquess of Argyll, heir to the Duke of Inverary, has no idea who Angelica truly is He just wants to watch over her and make her his mistress.Angelica thinks Robert is simply a dashing rogue who is far too dangerous for her peace of mind Robert thinks Angelica is an angel except when she s being a pain in the behind.When Robert finds out that his own father may have been one of the men who ruined Angelica s family, he vows to keep a careful eye on her When Angelica finds out that Robert s father may have been one of the men responsible, she vows to stay as far away from Robert as possible But when danger threatens, both Robert and Angelica must face the truth and let fate take the upper hand.
    Patricia Grasso
    I m a dog person Who lives with 10 cats Get the picture My first brush with the romance genre happened in my high school junior year I discovered Gone With the Wind and hid it behind my American history book to read during class The Civil War is American history The ambiguous ending left me dissatisfied, though Rhett and Scarlet needed a happily ever after Believing in happily ever afters positively screams romantic at heart.On the other hand, I love murder and mayhem as much as happily ever after My usual television fare is fiction and nonfiction crime shows, not love stories Which accounts for the mysteries I sneaked into my historical romances Now I m trying my hand at writing a humorous mystery, sans historical and sans emphasis on the love interest I even prepared for my mystery in progress by attending the local NRA s Pistol School Shooting pistols is great fun I adore the.22 semiautomatics.After graduating from high school without distinction, I earned both Bachelor and Master degrees at a state college Again, without distinction I held several part time jobs during my college days file clerk in an insurance company, long distance telephone operator, kimono wearing waitress in a Japanese restaurant.And then I began my teaching career, eighteen years in the eighth grade and thirteen years at the high school Weary with the same old routine, I decided I needed a creative outlet So I decided to write a romance novel but only managed to talk about writing one After five years of listening to me, a friend said to stop talking and start writing.So I did.I made every mistake known to man Blunder would be a appropriate word, but I did learn using the trial and error method As well as studying the works of authors I admired.After five years of writing for nothing but love, I sold my first novel Since then, I ve sold eighteen novels and won several awards National Readers Choice Award New England Readers Choice Award, Romantic Times Reviewers Choice and KISS Awards, B Dalton and Bookrak Awards for best selling author My novels have been translated into fifteen languages and sold in twenty countries.If I had my life over, would I become a writer Nope I would enjoy being a Victoria Secret model Perhaps in my next incarnation I won t be too old, too short, or too unphotogenic.


    This author needs a good editor. She wrote a book about the Regency period with errors that only those who have never read one,could ignore. And the fact the sisters were picking pockets for money to buy food, when their older sister was wearing a diamond necklace, really!

    Angelica wants revenge on the men who stole her father’s fortune, so she becomes a cheat at dice games with this purpose in mind. However, when she attempts to use her skills on a handsome fellow at a fair, she meets her match. He is aware she’s cheated and insists on getting to know her better. She falls for his charms, finding out too late he’s the son of her father’s former friend, who is one of the men on her target list. This pleasant historical romance kept my interest except for s [...]

    Danette Steward
    Gave up on page 95. So fast paced it was shallow and annoying. Writing style is so elementary.

    Romancing the Book
    Reviewed by JenBook purchased by reviewerOriginally posted at Romancing the BookI love Patricia Grasso. One of my all-time favorite reads is by this author (it also happens to be the third book in this trilogy). So when I was in the mood for a historical romance, I decided to reach for a Patricia Grasso book. Imagine my delight when I saw that one that I hadn’t read yet was available as a free read at .This series follows the three Douglas sisters. They’re the daughters of an impoverished ea [...]

    Debbie Oxier
    This book was so disappointing on so many levels. For one thing the heroine gives her virginity at the drop of a hat even though she was raised as a lady. The hero was someone I couldn't bring myself to like. He had a mistress who bore him a child he wanted nothing to do with and when he discovered she was being abused by her mother, he was sadly disinterested. After marrying the heroine, at her insistence he suddenly becomes the perfect father. When the evil sister-in-law tells the heroine the [...]

    Pat Raab
    Self-confident, unconventional, and making no apologies for her circumstances, Angelica has taken what life has thrown at her uncomplainingly, but is determined to avenge her family for the wrongs suffered. With a delicious sense of humor and an uncompromising attitude, she is more than a handful of trouble for "Rob Roy". Loved it!

    ExcellentLoved the story. Loved the characters. The plot twists and turns were wonderful. I could not put this book down. Loved it. Loved it.

    Angélica é filha de um nobre empobrecido que depois que perdera a fortuna se tornara um bebum e que era sustentado pelas trapaças de seus jogos e pela irmã dele, Roxanne, que desempenhará um papel importante na vida dos protagonistas e que é uma sensitiva, visto que tem sonhos premonitórios.Robert Campbell é filho de um nobre, que por acaso apaixonado pelo pai de Robert, hoje viúvo. Eles se encontram numa feira livre, onde ela faz apostas em dados viciados. Ele finge que não percebeu e [...]

    Michelle Randall
    Angelica may cheat at cards and dice, but she still tries to hold herself as a lady. It's not her fault that her family is in ruins and that she must tempt fate to support them. Robert, on the other hand may be her undoing. He is handsome and charming and she is mesmerized by him, but who is her really, and can he really help her.As historical romance unfolds you will find that everything is not always as it appears. The people you thought did you wrong, may not have had anything to do with it a [...]

    This author has the most amazing sense of humour. Not only that - she can write!I loved that the heroine and card shark, Angelica, was given such a wicked sense of humour and even when she was really vexed, she eventually saw the situation's shortcomings and came back with a retort hot enough to singe one's hair.Her partner, the forgiving and yummy Robert just wants to make her his mistress but she's not at all happy with that. And so the story unfolds as they seem to make peace and a life toget [...]

    Okay for what it was. The characters fell flat to me. I had some very snarky things to say when the book was fresh in my mind, but I've honestly forgotten most of them along with much of the book. The thing I remember most is that the heroine slapped the hero in almost every scene they were in together for the first two-thirds of the book. The bird and her aunt (?) were my favorite parts of the book.

    This is the first book with the Douglas sisters. I love this book. It was hilarious, yet sad, as many of Grasso’s books are turning out to be. However, I thought it was too similar to VIOLETS IN THE SNOW, even down to the fact that Robert had a daughter (Daisy) through his mistress, Lucille DuBois. I still enjoyed this book, because Angelica and her sisters were interesting, and the love scenes were really good.

    Karen Raines
    I haven't always been a fan of period romances but i have to say - this book completely changed my view of them. It was a fresh and entertaining read that captivated me throughout. I loved the relationships between the sisters and couldn't wait to see what the resourceful Angelica would get up to next. Robert was a rogue really, wanting a mistress but he certainly met his match!!

    Wendy Tavenner
    Another wonderful book by the author!! All Angelica has wanted for the past 10 years is revenge on the men who ruined her father. While she is scamming people in a dice game she meets Robert Roy. Unbeknownst to her Robert is the son of one of the men she wants revenge on. A wonderful read that has passion, lies, revenge, twists & turns and finally happiness!!

    Ms Em
    HmmmI liked the story however the H. Is a bit male-whore IMO. Even though I admired Angelica reactions after she found out about his past/what he did but not the way I wanted her to forgive him easily. She's too a borderline of being a piece of carpet. I wish ms. Grasso makes her not so forgiving or let him grovel a bit.

    Interesting story, nothing more is to be said other than the fact that Daisy, the little girl, pretended to button her lips instead of zip her lips (zippers weren't invented yet?) and I found it hilarious!

    Gia Ricci
    GreatI found the story good. The pace of the story was very entertaining. The characters and the situations and circumstances the found themselves was very comical at times. The author did a wonderful job.

    Stephanie (Between the Coverz)
    I love each book in this series! A very talented writer that keeps you captivated from beginning to end. I read one book and had to go find the rest in the series because I couldn't put the book(s) down.

    Roxanne Miller
    Enjoyed! Loved the characters and plot! Could not put it down! Wonderful book and can't wait to read both Samantha and Victoria's stories as well! Definitely discovered anew author to follow!

    Sylvie Parris
    bad romance. bad bad romance. if you are looking for a plot you know each step of before you get to that part and characters who are a mismash of a mess. then this the book for you. me? I gave up after chapter four

    Louiseann Walter
    MAGNIFICENT!The comedy, romance and a little mystery was TERRIFIC. I really enjoyed this story. It gives new insight on how family handled children born out o f wedlock . I can't wait t for Samantha and Victoria's story . Enjoy this one it is great.

    sylvia toth
    I want to read the next in the Douglas seriesDouglas series is very catching. It was very interesting plot and I loved Robert and Angle. And her aunt and sisters as well action Alexander.

    Lisa Puckett
    It took me two evenings to read this book. I would have been done sooner if not for life getting in the way. anyway, I truly enjoyed this book. I like the plot and twists and turns and the main characters. liked it so much I'm starting the next book in the series.

    Janet Robinson
    Different kind of mysteryry clever lies went on and on with this story but the humor with it made it pleasurable to read. I would read more books by this author. I think the descriptions of the properties and their clothes was great.

    Sarah Davies
    Really enjoyed this book although did feel that the ending could have been a little more thorough. Spent a lot of time building up to the ending and felt like it was crammed into a few pages. But REALLY enjoyed the story.

    Sally Hannoush
    This book was a lot different than most of the other books I've read in this time period. Some of the things were so out there it was super entertaining. One part that stand out is the grave robbing section of the book.(Very funny!) It was well worth the read.

    I laughed so much reading this book. I loved it! Good story, strong characters, good writing. I am excited to read more by this author.

    Read my review at romancing-the-book/2014/12

    The story was good but there was to many unanswered questions in my opinion. Also main hero was not my favorite.

    Funny but the writing was choppy and the ending was pitiful.

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