How did that happen?
I fully intend to rectify that and read Your Scandalous Ways asap.
I'd be hard pressed to pick a favorite Chase book and the more she writes, the harder it gets. Silk is for Seduction blew me away...
...and it's always been a tossup between Lord of Scoundrels
and Mr. Impossible.
Lord Perfect gets honorable mention just because of the cover, lol.
Each of these books might have problems, things wrong with them that I'd never notice, but by God they must be minute.
I feel better now. I've exposed my Chase-o-mania and practiced posting pictures - a twofer. *grin*
Loretta Chase is fast becoming synonymous with Georgette Heyer (only with sex) in my mind. So different, yet both wonderful writers with a great sense of humor (usually necessary in the books I read) and knowledge of the era in which their stories take place.
Standing ovation, laydeez.