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Educating Caroline

por Patricia Cabot

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Catching her fianc e Hurst in a compromising position with Jacquelyn, Braden's betrothed, Caroline decides that she must protect Hurst from Braden and also develop her own lovemaking skills, so she asks Braden to teach her.
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Not terrible, but it sure embodies the tropes of the genre. ( )
  mrsrobin | Jun 24, 2017 |
Absolutely delightful![b:Educating Caroline|640121|Educating Caroline|Patricia Cabot|http://photo.goodreads.com/books/1176613552s/640121.jpg|626322] was a perfectly wonderful romance. Georgette Heyer she ain't, but Meg (whoops, "Patricia") Cabot knows how to tell a good story. The main character isn't always rational, and Lord knows no one else is either, but because she's not a flighty idiot like so many historical romance heroines, I'm willing to forgive any craziness. Plus, the cover illustration is sheer awesome (all the best parts of 'chick lit,' none of the bad bits). I'm looking forward to requesting the rest of her novels from the library, and wondering why I didn't check out Meg Cabot's alter ego sooner. ( )
  flourishing | Mar 17, 2009 |
Absolutely delightful![b:Educating Caroline|640121|Educating Caroline|Patricia Cabot|http://photo.goodreads.com/books/1176613552s/640121.jpg|626322] was a perfectly wonderful romance. Georgette Heyer she ain't, but Meg (whoops, "Patricia") Cabot knows how to tell a good story. The main character isn't always rational, and Lord knows no one else is either, but because she's not a flighty idiot like so many historical romance heroines, I'm willing to forgive any craziness. Plus, the cover illustration is sheer awesome (all the best parts of 'chick lit,' none of the bad bits). I'm looking forward to requesting the rest of her novels from the library, and wondering why I didn't check out Meg Cabot's alter ego sooner. ( )
  flourishing | Mar 17, 2009 |
From BackCover:
Lady Caroline Linford is horrified to discover…

her fiance, the Marquis of Winchilsea, in the arms of another woman. Unfortunately, Victorian society considers such masculine peccadilloes a trifle; canceling their imminent wedding would be unthinkable. But Caroline's wish is for the man she is to marry to desire only her... and she seeks lessons in the art of romance from the best teacher: London's most notorious rake.

Braden Granville may be a famous lover…

but he has no intention of taking part in Caroline's scheme--until he learns she has something he wants: the name of his own unfaithful fiancee's lover. As their passionate tutelage begins, sparks fly--and the lines between teacher and student fall away. Now there is just one last lesson to learn: on the subject of true love, the heart chooses its own unpredictable ways. ( )
  nikel27 | Aug 14, 2007 |
When Lady Caroline Linford finds her fiance, the Marquis of Winchilsea, in an 'intimate moment' with another woman, she is horrified. Due to society's expectations, and the service he did her brother, the wedding cannot be called off. So Caroline seeks lessons in lovemaking from the 'Lothario of London', Braden Granville.

Granville reluctantly agrees to secure Caroline's help in discovering the identity of his own fiancee's lover.

As the lessons grow ever more heated, however, Granville becomes more and more averse to returning his star pupil to the arms of her fiance.

I loved Caroline's monologues and her quirky way of looking at certain situations. Every few pages I would stumble across a description that would have me itching for someone to read it aloud to.

It was nice to have Caroline be a spirited heroine who was nonetheless rather refreshingly ordinary. ( )
  Caramellunacy | Oct 30, 2006 |
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