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eBook The Rake ePub

  • ISBN: 0373304471
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  • Publisher: Harlequin Enterprises (2004)
  • ePub book: 1572 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1826 kb
  • Other: azw txt mbr lit
  • Rating: 4.1
  • Votes: 930

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Rake is an Australian television program, produced by Essential Media and Entertainment, that first aired on the Australian Broadcasting Corporation's ABC1 in 2010. The fourth series began on ABC TV on 19 May 2016

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This page is about "The Rake" a book by Peter Whelan. I was happy my book was chosen to win the Emerging Literary Arts award by a jury who selected from 8 nominees. Writing a book, like writing a C program, is a solitary experience.

This page is about "The Rake" a book by Peter Whelan. Mississauga Arts Council honours city’s arts community at MARTY Awards.

They are known as the Rake Slayer. ired of the different standards applied to the men who flout society’s rules, three young ladies seek a little primitive justice and hatch a plan to bring a few of London’s most notorious rakes up to snuff before refusing them. But they soon learn exactly what it is that makes rakes so dangerous.

The Rake brings together Buckley's keen political insight and his An ambitious, roguish young presidential candidate. a lifetime of inconvenient secrets.

An ambitious, roguish young presidential candidate. The Rake brings together Buckley's keen political insight and his An ambitious, roguish young presidential candidate. a decision to save a candidacy-all at a fatal cost: These are the provocative threads that master storyteller William F. Buckley Jr. weaves into this gripping yet surprisingly empathetic political novel. The Rake brings together Buckley's keen political insight and his tale-spinning craft to tell the story of a candidate on the rise and the dark shadows cast behind him.

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Absolutely could not put this book down. Got it this morning and finished it this afternoon. Just when you think you know where the story line is going, SURPRISE! I'll be reading more of this authors books!

Absolutely could not put this book down. What a wonderful romantic story Enoch has written. The plot is after all a love story, yet there are many twists that keep you guessing what will happen next. A truly beautiful love story.

No part of this book may be used or reproduced in any manner whatsoever without written permission . Kati McSquee of Romancing Rakes for her undying devotion to my story and my images and her neverending promotion

For information contact. Kati McSquee of Romancing Rakes for her undying devotion to my story and my images and her neverending promotion. Rita Jett of Not Another Romance Blog for a good bit of fun anytime, as well as the coolest book trailer ever made. Jamie Lynn of For The Love of Romance and Danielle of Ramblings From This Chick round out the crew, and make for insane late nights on twitter. A special thank you to Mr. LeBlanc, for continuing to support me.

The Rake has found a bride... When Juliet Smythe-Clyde is forced to spend several nights in the Duke of Brabourne's house - unchaperoned - her reputation is ruined. And, despite his cynical nature, Brabourne can't help but feel sorry for her... So when all his strategies to restore her in society fail, he offers for her hand. But will this proud chit agree to be his wife for the sake of her honour - or is he going to have to admit he loves her?

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Dreladred Dreladred
I wish authors would get their publishers to note on the books or at least in the synopsis if this is book 1, 2, or 3 in a series. Although, each is a stand alone, Untamed Hearts, Scandals and Betrayal are a trilogy with The Rake, The Rebel and A Rogue's Seduction linked to the former. I wish I had known this before and read the books in order.
Majin Majin
ALl of her stuff is really good. Try Scandal. It is even better.
Zorve Zorve
This was a good read. I am glad I selected this story. Four star. I really got into the story line. I want more.
Ishnsius Ishnsius
The requisite happy ending was not a reality at the end of this book. Even the epilogue did not leave me with a warm and fuzzy feeling. It reminded me a little of the ending in Balogh's "Dancing With Clara" because the rake was not sure that he was reformed. Otherwise, the storyline in "The Rake" was worth following. The novel pulls you in from the beginning with an early morning duel. The "son" of the wronged man takes his father's place in a duel and is injured by Sebastian, Duke of Brabourne. Sebastian directs servants to take the injured boy to Sebastian's home for medical care. Much later Sebastian finds out the boy is Juliet Smythe-Clyde, daughter of the man he was to duel. Word gets out from Juliet's unscrupulous, man-hungry, society climbing step-mother about Juliet being in Sebastian's house and Juliet suffers the snubs and shunning of the ton.

Much of the story revolves around Sebastian trying to raise Juliet's standing in society's eyes. He does not trust women at all and we find out why along the way - one can't help but sympathize with his lonely childhood. As much as Sebastian tries to avoid it, he is forced to save Juliet's reputation by marrying her. There are some interesting meetings with Prinny and Juliet's step-mother is worthy of note. She does add a different dimension to the brew! Even Juliet's weak father develops a little spine towards the end. Juliet, herself, is a wonderful heroine full of fire and innocence. I liked her a lot.

One is left with hope in the end, if not complete faith in the future happiness of Sebastian and Juliet. But happiness is the gamble all couples face even under the best of circumstances. Well worth picking this book up for an entertaining read!
Anardred Anardred
Possibly 3.5 stars not 100% to my personal taste, too much mention of Dukes and Prinny.
Juliet decides to fight a duel rather than let her father fight one. Then complications set in.
From the back cover.....
The Rake has found a bride...
When Juliet Smythe-Clyde is forced
to spend several nights in the
Duke of Brabourne's house
- unchaperoned - her reputation is
ruined. And, despite his cynical
nature, Brabourne can't help but
feel sorry for her...
So when all his strategies to restore her in society fail, he offers for her hand. But will this proud chit agree to be his wife for the sake of her
honour - or is he going to have to
admit he loves her?
A Regency delight!