Gypsy Lover

Gypsy Lover YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A GYPSY So the haughty Lord Lonsdale accused Dante at the reading of his grandfather s will To the astonishment of the ton the late marquis had disinherited the petulant lord lea

  • Title: Gypsy Lover
  • Author: Connie Mason
  • ISBN: 9780843954623
  • Page: 306
  • Format: Paperback
  • Gypsy Lover

    YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A GYPSY So the haughty Lord Lonsdale accused Dante at the reading of his grandfather s will To the astonishment of the ton, the late marquis had disinherited the petulant lord, leaving his vast estate to the darkly handsome Romany horse trader Acres of land, fabulous wealth, rich manor houses all these were his for the taking, provided Dante wou YOU ARE NOTHING BUT A GYPSY So the haughty Lord Lonsdale accused Dante at the reading of his grandfather s will To the astonishment of the ton, the late marquis had disinherited the petulant lord, leaving his vast estate to the darkly handsome Romany horse trader Acres of land, fabulous wealth, rich manor houses all these were his for the taking, provided Dante would also take the bride his grandfather had specified YOU STOLE A KISS FROM ME THE FIRST TIME WE MET So claimed lovely Lady Esme Harcourt The arrogant gypsy had swept her into his arms at a country fair, awakening both her desire and her disdain Though her hand might be promised to the new Marquis of Alston, she swore she would never agree to wed a man whose birth put him so far beneath her But no matter how she protested against Dante as her husband, her heart had already accepted the free spirited Rom as her wild Gypsy Lover

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    1. Splage

      I was looking for a bodice ripper, since I have been on a contemporary kick lately, and this was not a good one. Laughable story line, very shallow development in characters, sex scenes and there were quite a few, were typical of a bodice ripper (lots of talk about tasting the h's nectar and nubbin). The only bright spot in the whole book was the hero, Dante. He was sexy, loyal, honorable, romantic and put up with lots of insults from the h regarding his gypsy heritage. By the end I felt like I [...]

    2. Zoe

      To be perfectly honest I am at 74% in this book. I have not completely finished it. But I think it gives me enough material to write a review. I don't think I will discover anything new in this book. The story is ok and a significant improvement from the last 2 disasters I have read this week. It has a half gypsy hero with a ridiculous name Dante (seriously, what is wrong with good old William, David, even John?) and a really really really hard-to-like heroine Esme. This book reminds me of 2 boo [...]

    3. Elle

      I love stories with gypsies!Dante is the illegitimate son of the Viscount Lonsdale, Dante's grandfather the Marquis of Alston had warned his son never to see his gypsy lover again. When Alston finds out that his son has become a father and that Dante's mother has died in child birth he makes the decision to never tell his son about Dante, and leaves him with his maternal gypsy grandparents to rase, but not before making arrangements to properly educate him!Almost 30 years later Alston finds Dant [...]

    4. J.

      This is one of those rare books where you just have to feel sorry for the hero and I could have cheerful slapped the heroine for her hurtful words. I understand totally that such prejudices were even more prevalent back then but there was no need for the heroine to belabor the point especially since she had absolutely no problem sleeping with the hero. What a total hypocrite! As usual though Ms. Mason still comes through with some steamy loves scenes but I'm still peeved about the heroine's atti [...]

    5. Daneesha

      "There's no escaping me, love. When we leave this room, you'll never again doubt to whom you belong." Dante (the virile hero).I liked this book. The writing wasn't as fluid as say a Lisa Kleypas book, but it got better as a murder mystery evolved. The heroine was a real bitch. She looked down her nose at the hero because he was part gypsy. Her prejudice was disgusting and finally the hero got sick of her. Of course, she realized how much he meant to her after the fact. Ugh!

    6. ConnieLynch

      I love to read Historical Romance. Connie Mason has long been a favorite author and this story was not a disappointment. I enjoyed the story line Dante our sexy gypsy meets and becomes enchanted with the lovely Esme. Dante's true heritage is revealed and the love hate attraction blossoms. Esmes heart belongs to Dante but her learned prejudice overshadow her true feelings. Will Dante's love for the lady be enough to win her heart?

    7. Readitnweep

      Dante, the Marquis of Alston and Lady Esme Harcourt. The two main characters are well crafted, fully dimensional characters with plenty of flaws and confusion. I liked the emotional confusion on the part of both, which gave them depth. There is a good plot twist concerning the villian, who ia one-dimensional through most of the story. Good plot with an interesting twist, lots of hot romance that moves things along and yet works within their relationship. I do think it's a stretch, historically s [...]

    8. Kathrynn

      Set in England, 1813, and I thought this book had a lot of potential, but the character (Esme) looked down on Dante through most of the book because he was a gypsy and beneath her class. When she was alone with him, she couldn't keep her hands off of him, but when she saw him with others, she ignored or snubbed him. Also, there is a great deal of reiteration that only dragged the story out. I didn't like Esme and thought Dante needed to hold his pity party and move on with his life.

    9. Michelle

      This book was bad from start to end. The writing was ok, the character devolpment was aweful. Did this man have no pride? Couldn't this woman think anything through? The reader is suppose to believe that a life long prejudice disapears in a mater of a few stolen kisses. That bad decision after decision does not have any long term consequences.

    10. Jennifer

      I always enjoy Mason's work, and Dante's story is no different. Though there was some predictability, I was engrossed, especially when Dante is in his natural element of the caravan. Makes me wish these romantic views were real so could find my own gypsy.

    11. Koxecho

      A solid 4 stars. Connie Mason has done it again. Gypsy Lover is a refreshing change from typical English regencies. A strong hero and recklessly impulsive but still lovable heroine have lots of delightfully steamy (graphic) sex scenes mixed in with exciting plot twists.

    12. Claudine Stollarz

      every now and again you need a little " Mills & Boons " kinda romantic book for a Sunday on the couchGood Clean fun

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