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The one that got away... 

Six years ago, Tacitus Everard, the Marquess of Dare, made the worst mistake of his life: courting vibrant, sparklingly beautiful Lady Calista Chance - until she broke his heart.  

Is the only one she wants.   

Six years ago, Calista Holland made the biggest misstep of her life: begging handsome, wealthy Lord Dare to help her run away from home - then marrying someone else.   

Now, trapped by disaster in a country inn, Calista has one day to convince the marquess she's worth a second chance, and Dare has one goal, to steer clear of dejà vu. But when the day takes an unimaginable twist, what will it take to end up in each other's arms?   

Contains mature themes.

©2015 Katharine Brophy Dubois (P)2019 Tantor

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  • Cate F.
  • 17-03-2019

Marvelous narrator of a somewhat quirky story

I found this book by Katharine Ashe to be mostly enjoyable and amusing. Dare and Calista were both intelligent. Dare was a great relief from the usual rake in need of reforming. Calista was a woman who had gotten through a terrible ordeal with her loving heart intact. Ashe very nearly managed to bring me through the Ground Hog Day repetitious days without putting me to sleep. I gave the story 4 stars due to this, although I can understand the appeal of rewriting the same day with variations.
My advice to readers is to stick with the book because, in the end, it is sweetly and satisfactorily resolved.

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