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The Silverton ScandalAge turns to astonishment when she discovers that the highwayman is none other than the Earl. Determined to protect her younger sister from a blackmailer Eleanor sets off to meet the villain and runs afoul with a highwayman A highwayman who happens to be an earl who has his reasons for playing at robbery Danger brings these together but will it be enough to keep them togetherOne point lost for insta love When lady meets highwayman sparks fly and energy surges when they touch Yes that old cliche Still Eleanor’s desire to protect her sister was admirable and she showed a lot of courage to go after the blackmailer on her own with a fraction of the price being demandedLord Silverton’s reasons for playing at highwayman were understandable Besides the insta love he was an interesting hero to be opposite our heroineThe plot was fast moving None of the side characters were particularly notable playing their part well enough but not taking overI would recommend this for readers of Regency romance looking for a light easy read

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Miss Eleanor Grantham is outraged when her stagecoach is held up by a highwayman but her outr. Oh goodness this was bad I really wanted to like it and I have liked some of Amanda Grange's other works so I'm not uite sure what happened here but it wasn't good There is SO much talk at the beginning about their electric first meeting and how she felt a shock travel down her arm when he kissed her hand which ridiculous as it sounds is partly how she recognizes him on meeting him again in different circumstances There is so much smouldering between them that I find it hard to buy them as real people It almost feels like a fantasy where the soulmates magically recognize each other Then on top of all this sparking and gasping there is way too much inner dialogue too much telling vs showing and too many convenient interruptions I lost track of the times a character is trying to ask another an important uestion but gets interrupted and then waits to ask again until the next time they can be interrupted I skimmed large sections of the book hoping it would get better It did not

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The Silverton Scandal Summary Ä eBook, ePUB or Kindle PDF ç Miss Eleanor Grantham is outraged when her stagecoach is held up by a highwayman but her outrage turns to astonishment when she discovers that the highwayman is none other than the Earl of Silverton She cannot begin to imagine why a wealthy nobleman would stoop to Of Silverton She cannot begin to imagine why a wealthy nobleman would stoop to highway robber. The Silverton Scandal by Amanda Grange is a clean Regency romance set in 1810 While it is 100% clean it is as another reviewer wrote an edgy romance Miss Eleanor Grantham our twenty six year old on the shelf by Regency standards heroine has spent the last few years being a surrogate mother and father to her beautiful sister Arabella Arabella is about to get married to the heir of a duke While still in the schoolroom Arabella wrote a few letters to a neighboring young man who wrote poetry extolling her beauty The letters have fallen into the wrong hands and she is being blackmailed The duke and his wife would certainly take exception to them and possibly jeopardize her upcoming marriage to the gentleman she loves Eleanor takes matters into her own hands tracking down the blackmailer in order to speak with him While riding the stagecoach Lord Silverton Lucien waylays the coach in the guise of a highwayman Eleanor and Lucien are at the same house shortly after and recognize each right away Why is wealthy Lord Silverton a highwayman What I likedThis book really takes the prize for lots of very enjoyable interactions between the hero and heroine They are attracted to one another yes and they admire each other I loved their dialogue It was witty and yet felt realistic The characters are great You actually don't learn much about the secondary characters and that's okay with me since I love the focus on Lucien and Eleanor What I didn't likeI was hard pressed to come up with something here I feel obligated to say there were a couple of instances in which the heroine does something not completely in keeping with Regency customs However these were explained well enough to satisfy me and did not decrease my enjoyment of the story I'd recommend this to fans of Regency historical or clean romance Just remember it's a bit edgy