7 May Carsington Brothers Series, Book 2. Berkley Sensation. Winner, Barclay Gold Award for Historical RITA. 7 Mar Title: Mr. Impossible Author: Loretta Chase Publication Info: Berkley Sensation ISBN: Genre: Historical: European. About Mr. Impossible. Blame it on the Egyptian sun or the desert heat, but as tensions flare between a reckless rogue and beautiful scholar en route to foil a.
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Moreover, he is not threatened by or condescending to the enormous braininess of the heroine.
Still, Rupert’s never met an entanglement–emotional or other–he couldn’t escape. There were many action scenes putting Daphne and Rupert in peril. Mr impossible loretta chase writing is witty, funny and honest – the dialogue loreta me laughing out loud, and overall, this book reminded me of Lord of ScoundrelsThe Mummy and Agatha Christie, all rolled up into one deliciously sexy hero-bundle and smart, adventurous, incredibly likable heroine.
Mr Impossible by Loretta Chase
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The second book in the Carsington Brothers series, Mr. Most recent customer reviews.
Lists with This Book. Moreover, Chase uses the Egyptian setting brilliantly. A udio editions also available at above retailers.
I do realize that tourists and travelers from England would not get rid of all decorum while in Egypt but it just came off stuffy to me. Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video. I love all Loretta Chase’s books, especially the Regency historicals and her early Regencies, but I’m especially fond of the ones that mr impossible loretta chase place in exotic settings.
Return to Book Page. It made the book feel really old and slow-going. Scholar Daphne Pembroke wants him to rescue her brother, who’s been kidnapped by a rival mr impossible loretta chase a olretta treasure.
To find Miles before mr impossible loretta chase captors realize he’s clueless, she needs muscle in the form of hunky Rupert Carsington a secondary character from Miss Implssiblethe previous book in the serieswhom she springs from a local jail.
Then I loved the way you looked at me. That she ends up with “Carsington’s Hellion son” is too perfect. Stay in Touch Sign up. Sex, love and passion — the appeal of romance novels — Book Thingo. Rupert lets everyone continue with this belief.
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Lil February 22, at 9: I loved your patient and impatient ways of explaining things to me. It soon becomes clear that there is a nefarious plot in the works, involving hieroglyphics and a race between the English and the French over who can amass more Egyptian antiquities.
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Oh-so-serious Daphne doesn’t loretta about.
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Perhaps all was not lost. Scholar Daphne Pembroke wants him to rescue her brother, who’s been kidnapped by a rival seeking a fabled treasure. Mr impossible loretta chase as a hero was so much fun and his teasing with Daphne is adorable. Amazon Giveaway allows you to run promotional giveaways in order to create buzz, reward your audience, and attract new followers and customers.
Chase does likable beta heroes well. There was plenty of wit- Daphne had a lovely acerbic turn of phrase, Rupert surprisingly clever rejoinders, and the villain was a classic Dr Evil type, except he looked like an angel.