Ten Things I Love About You

Ten Things I Love About You

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When the Earl of Newbury proposes to her in order to prevent his nephew, Sebastian Grey, from inheriting when he dies, Annabel Winslow refuses to marry this horrible ancient aristocrat, and turns to Sebastian for help.

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“Delightful.”

—Nora Roberts

 

A perennial New York Times bestselling author, whose books have reached as high as #1, Julia Quinn returns with Ten Things I Love About You, another clever, witty, and delightful historical romance. Author Jill Barnett calls the incomparable Quinn, “Truly our contemporary Jane Austen,” Time magazine says her books are, “Smart, funny”—and this absolutely delicious tale of a beautiful country girl equally desired by an aging lecherous lord and his handsome rogue of a nephew is further proof that, “1. [Quinn’s] characters are engaging, fun, and witty. 2. [Her] dialogue is engaging, fun and witty” (Orlando Sentinel).



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When Sebastian Grey's uncle, the Earl of Newbury, decides that she is the answer to all of his problems, Annabel Winslow, refusing to marry this horrid aristocrat who once romanced her grandmother, turns to Sebastian, a wickedly handsome rogue with a secret, for help. (Romance). Simultaneous.

Publisher: New York : HarperLuxe, c2010
Edition: 1st HarperLuxe ed
ISBN: 9780061980015
Branch Call Number: LP FIC QUI
Characteristics: 439 p. ;,23 cm.

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romancereader
Aug 04, 2011

I really like Julia Quinn,
her books are mostly fun and not very serious. a good read

librarya Mar 01, 2011

Really liked this book. Cant wait to read the books where the other characters are portrayed as heros/heroines.

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Binjali
Jan 03, 2011

I'm overall quite fond of Julia Quinn. She doesn't take herself or her genre too seriously, and her characters, for the most part, don't either. This one's a lovely little romp with characters that have been previously seen in other novels- the hero, in particular, I've been waiting for, since he got my ears perked when I first came across him as a minor character in another of Quinn's books. A fun distraction.

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Jun 11, 2014

In a nutshell, a young woman named Annabel Winslow was born in a family of 8 kids and is in dire need of finances for her family. So her grandparents are trying to marry her off to a Earl who is fat and likes to paw on helpless women who have no other choice but let him. Lord Newbury is getting old and needs to an heir to inherit his fortune. He sets his eyes on Annabel and her money hungry grandparents try to force her to agree to the match. Sebastian is a funny, devilishly handsome rogue who meets Annabel and is deeply attracted to her but isn't sure if his feelings go any deeper than that. Lord Newdury is Sebastian's uncle and will stop at nothing to make sure Sebastian dosen't inherit his fortune. Will Sebastian rescue Miss Annabel Winslow before it is to late read this amazing book and find out. Any historical romance book love will get a great joy out of reading this book.

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