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A Most Mysterious Gentleman (#1 Sweet Nineteenth Series) VERY SLOW UPDATES

A Most Mysterious Gentleman (#1 Sweet Nineteenth Series) VERY SLOW UPDATES

501K Reads 24.2K Votes 47 Part Story
Amy Burr By TheGeekInterpreter Updated Dec 13, 2016

When Rosalie, daughter and heiress to the Duke of Trent, gets caught in a situation that leaves her with no options except to marry a rather dashing man she's only met once before, she thinks her heart is broken.      
The man in question has also a rather shady past.     
Woe betide, the mysterious man goes missing and several treasonous documents appear.        
With a new found injury and a mystery to unravel, Rosalie can only hope that her future husband isn't dead because there's a national crisis to avert, and it's all his fault.   
A short, fun and dangerous tale of a regency soon-to-be Duchess, whose shift gets caught in too many different scandalous scenarios.

Aria_Sybil Aria_Sybil Jan 17, 2015
Is she describing Eva or is it she -Rosalie describing herself? I mean about the father and locket and dead mum stuff.
AdelynAnn AdelynAnn Jan 04, 2015
Such a great into! I love the introduction of the cheeky new gentleman! I'm interested to see more of him.
                              I wasn't sure what the "ton" meant. I've never heard that used in regency literature.
sallygoetzke sallygoetzke Dec 19, 2014
I chose to read this because of the beautiful cover.  I really don't think I will be sorry for having chosen to read this because a person putting this much in choosing their cover has to have a certain amount of talent.
i-rise i-rise Dec 18, 2014
wow that is an awkward kiss i cringe thinking of it -good work
cheoncheonhi cheoncheonhi Nov 23, 2014
Is there really no happy ending? or you were just teasing us?!
despereauxx despereauxx Jun 07, 2014
This book is great :) well written and the classical feature is something I haven't seen very much and this book right here makes me LOVE them, the classic olden days and the way you have written it in third person is just great, it really completes the story.
                              Great work