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Bodices ripped for fun and profit Date August 25, 2012 Read later Australian author Stephanie Laurens at her home in Macedon. Stephanie Laurens' latest worldwide bestseller The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae begins as the headstrong Angelica is
Story continues below Many of the book's readers are multi-taskers, says Mr Osmond. "They are workers, wives and mothers, making lots of decisions and fulfilling many roles. They are completely obsessed with Christian [the book's main character] who
tool goes here "The Capture of the Earl of Glencrae" by Stephanie Laurens; Avon ($7.99, paperback) The final of the Cynster sister kidnapping trilogy is surprisingly delightful because Stephanie Laurens veers away from the predictable plot line.
If you read and liked "Viscount Breckenridge to the Rescue" you'll enjoy "In Pursuit of Eliza Cynster," the second story in the Cynster Sisters trilogy. If you didn't like the first, don't bother with the second because it's really quite similar. As
Books (2011), 427 pages, $7.99 (paperback) There are several reasons to read this first book of a new Stephanie Laurens trilogy, despite it being a bit tedious and superfluous at times: 1...Like most of Laurens' work, there is a really good story