Lady Claire Is All That

Lady Claire Is All That

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In the third installment of Maya Rodale's captivating, witty series, a marquess finds his fair lady--but must figure out how to keep her

HER BRAINS...

Claire Cavendish is in search of a duke, but not for the usual reasons. The man she seeks is a mathematician; the man she unwittingly finds is Lord Fox: dynamic, athletic, and as bored by the equations Claire adores as she is by the social whirl upon which he thrives. As attractive as Fox is, he's of no use to Claire . . . or is he?

PLUS HIS BRAWN . . .

Fox's male pride has been bruised ever since his fianc#65533;e jilted him. One way to recover: win a bet that he can transform Lady Claire, Society's roughest diamond, into its most prized jewel. But Claire has other ideas--shockingly steamy ones . . .

EQUALS A STUDY IN SEDUCTION . . .

By Claire's calculations, Fox is the perfect man to satisfy her sensual curiosity. In Fox's estimation, Claire is the perfect woman to prove his mastery of the ton. But the one thing neither of them counted on is love . . .

Publisher: New York : Avon, 2017.
ISBN: 9780062386786
Branch Call Number: PB Rodal
Characteristics: 374 pages ; 18 cm.

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Irene99
Apr 24, 2017

"Her brain rarely took a little holiday, but when Fox kissed her, Claire's brain packed its bags, closed the house, and left town. Her feelings took over: he was handsome and hard and hot and she was drawn to him like a magnet; that is to say, as if it were an inviolable natural law and who was she to break such rules? He may not know the things she prided herself on, but he damn well knew how to kiss a woman." - p. 140

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Irene99
Apr 24, 2017

"As far as Claire was concerned, Lord Fox was not an equation worth solving." - p. 29, upon their meeting

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Apr 24, 2017

Fun, steamy read. I liked how the heroine was a misfit and brilliant mathematician, inspired by Ada, Countess of Lovelace, the world's first computer programmer. Our heroine's intelligence and her rogue's apparent lack thereof, while they both learn they have underestimated each other, bring interesting contrasts; and where does that surprising chemistry between them fit in?

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