Rules of Engagement

Rules of Engagement

Paperback - 2000
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The Rules of Engagement

Choose a bride from this year's debutantes.

Decide on a proper settlement.

Send an announcement to The Times.

Inform the bride of her good fortune.

Rules of Respectability

Devon Mathewes, earl of Kerrich, finds his income and family name imperiled by his notorious reputation. So he demands three things. A sensible governess who will not wish to visit his bed--he can't be bothered to make love to every woman who wants him. An orphan he can adopt and seem to care for--his apparent kindness will cover him with respectability. And that his life not be unduly altered--the child and the governess should better his character without his participation.

As a condition of accepting the governess position, Miss Pamela Lockhart has rules of her own. Devon must at all times behave with propriety. She must be allowed to choose a suitable orphan. Most important, Devon must vow to never ever delve into Pamela's past or appearance lest he discover the deepest secrets of her heart.

Of course, rules are made to be broken . . .

Publisher: New York, : Dell Books, 2000.
ISBN: 9780380811984
0380811987
Branch Call Number: Dod
Characteristics: 358 p.

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alysor
Jun 17, 2012

I liked this one a bit better than the first, I think because I could tolerate Kerrich's arrogance more than Ruskin's mostly. I think my favorite characters were Grandpapa Reynaud and Beth, the incorrigible grandfather and the adopted daughter.

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