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Dangerous Diversions [and] Toast of the Town

by Margaret Evans Porter

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*** Dangerous Diversions by Margaret Evans Porter.
Regency about a duke and an opera dancer. More details about the forming of the Regency & about theater at the time than about the actual romance. Interesting, though.

** Toast of the Town by Margaret Evans Porter.
Regency about an earl & an actress. Like the previous one, more about theaters than the romance. Plus, there was inexplicable back & forth between the two of them, which I really hate. Why do authors do that??? ( )
  Darla | Dec 18, 2008 |
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These two Regency romances prove that love, like life, is a stage. In the first, a worldly dancer is swept off her feet by the one man who sees her for who she is. In the second, a handsome earl chooses a mistress-an actress who's never played by ton rules.

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