The Raven Prince

The Raven Prince

Paperback - 2012
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In eighteenth-century Georgian London, a widowed Anna Wren takes a job as a secretary to the Earl of Swartingham, only to find herself falling in love with her employer, but when the Earl heads to a brothel for a little "entertainment, " Anna comes up with a plan to make him her unwitting lover.
Published: New York : Grand Central Pub., 2012, c2007.
Edition: 1st limited ed.
ISBN: 9781455513581
Branch Call Number: F HOY
Characteristics: 380 p. ;,18 cm.


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Dec 26, 2018

I stayed home sick today and couldn't put this down. I loved it!

I loved the uniqueness of the story and the characters were really well developed and lovable. But my favorite part was the ambiguous sex scene. It kind of reminded me of Spartacus season 1 episode 9 Whore. If you haven't watched that... well, I recommend you do.

But when Edward and Anna finally admitted their feelings and went for it. Daaaannnngggg!!!
I cant wait to read the rest of the series.

Nov 22, 2015

Wow, Hoyt's come a long way.

Although, I've never really read Hoyt for her plots, she really has nothing worth mentioning in the book.

Aug 09, 2014

All I can say is: WOW. Love that this book has an independent female (actually, several), an untraditional hero (he has pox scars), a setting outside of London, and some steamy, steamy scenes. Excellent.


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odderie Nov 03, 2011

Sexual Content: Includes sex scenes between the hero and heroine.


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