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by Eyre Justine,Julia London

  • ISBN: 1441892818
  • Author: Eyre Justine,Julia London
  • ePub ver: 1253 kb
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  • Rating: 4.4 of 5
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Brilliance Audio Lib Edn; Unabridged edition (October 19, 2010)
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  • Category: Mystery
  • Subcategory: Mystery
epub The Year of Living Scandalously: Library Edition (The Secrets of Hadley Green) download

Julia London (Author), Justine Eyre (Reader). I loved every single thing about The Year Of Living Scandalously by Julia London. Keira is a strong, independent, fireball of a heroine

Julia London (Author), Justine Eyre (Reader). Book 1 of 3 in the Secrets of Hadley Green Series. Keira is a strong, independent, fireball of a heroine. She has a mind of her own and isn't afraid to use it.

Julia London (Goodreads Author), Justine Eyre (Read by. The Year of Living Scandalously (The Secrets of Hadley Green, #1).

Julia London (Goodreads Author), Justine Eyre (Read by). ISBN: 1441849343 (ISBN13: 9781441849342). The Year of Living Scandalously (The Secrets of Hadley Green, Published October 19th 2010 by Brilliance Audio.

A series about the secrets of a small village in regency England Thank you to all who have written to tell me how much you enjoyed The Year of Living Scandalously.

A series about the secrets of a small village in regency England. Everyone has a secret, and when one secret is revealed, it seems another secret is uncovered. Thank you to all who have written to tell me how much you enjoyed The Year of Living Scandalously. Please look for the other works in this series, including an e-novella, The Christmas Secret, which is a holiday story about Declan’s sister Eireanne. Don’t miss The Revenge of Lord Eberlin, a full length novel that picks up after the stunning conclusion in Year of Living Scandalously.

The Secrets of Hadley Green by. Julia London (Goodreads Author). There’s so much I loved about The Year of Living Scandalously. First of all, it is a historical novel complete with the beautiful gowns, the frilly hats, and all of the accoutrements of the elite society. In 1792, the village of Hadley Green executed a man for stealing the Countess of Ashwood’s historic jewels. Fifteen years later, questions still linger. It is also a romance novel with a very slow buildup. The Year of Living Scandalously is also a mystery that kept me guessing right up to the cliffhanger ending. The novel begins and ends with Lily Bodine’s story.

Books The Secrets of Hadley Green The Year of Living Scandalously. When Declan threatens to expose her, Keira convinces him to guard her secret, then enlists him in her investigation of the missing jewels, for she now believes an innocent man was hanged

Books The Secrets of Hadley Green The Year of Living Scandalously. The Year of Living Scandalously. Jump to:Synopsis Excerpt Praise. When Declan threatens to expose her, Keira convinces him to guard her secret, then enlists him in her investigation of the missing jewels, for she now believes an innocent man was hanged. But neither is prepared for the dangerous stranger who threatens to reveal Keira’s lies. and Declan knows he must protect Keira at all costs, for she is the woman who now owns his heart.

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In 1792, the village of Hadley Green executed a man for stealing the .

In 1792, the village of Hadley Green executed a man for stealing the Countess of Ashwood's historic jewels. When Declan O'Connor, Earl of Donnelly, arrives at Hadley Green to meet with the new countess of Ashwood, he knows instantly that the woman who welcomes him is not who she pretends to be. To avoid an unwanted marriage, Keira Hannigan has assumed her cousin's identity while she's abroad. Convincing Declan to guard her secret, she enlists him in her investigation of the missing jewels.

Narrated by Justine Eyre. Books related to Year of Living Scandalously, The. Skip this list. When Declan O'Connor, Earl of Donnelly, arrives at Hadley Green to meet with Lily Boudine, the new countess of Ashwoo.

The Secrets of Hadley Green, Book 4. By: Julia London. Narrated by: Justine Eyre. Enjoyable read! Where does The Year of Living Scandalously, rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far? I think this is a typical historical romance novel

The Secrets of Hadley Green, Book 4. Length: 10 hrs and 10 mins. Enjoyable read! Where does The Year of Living Scandalously, rank among all the audiobooks you’ve listened to so far? I think this is a typical historical romance novel. It's not GREAT, but it's not bad.

In 1792, the village of Hadley Green executed a man for stealing the Countess of Ashwood’s historic jewels

In 1792, the village of Hadley Green executed a man for stealing the Countess of Ashwood’s historic jewels.

This is the start of a new Regency historical series from New York Times bestselling author Julia London. She continues her trademark style of sexy lords and beautiful ladies but adds a mysterious twist.
Comments (7)

GAMER
After reading this book I realized that I've been away from this author's work, and this genre, for FAR too long.

I loved every single thing about The Year Of Living Scandalously by Julia London.

Keira is a strong, independent, fireball of a heroine. She has a mind of her own and isn't afraid to use it.
Declan had me falling in love the moment he was introduced into the story. He's strong, intelligent, and the quintessential alpha male without being overbearing.
The characters are easily believable and the storyline was thick and engaging. I loved the mystery and the element of surprise in the ending. This is by far one of my absolute favorite books and I can't wait to read the next book in the series.
I found myself lost at an estate in Hadley Green for a short time. :)

Hot, smart, and engaging. Ms. London knows how to write a story that grabs the readers and won't let go.
Abywis
I really enjoyed reading this book. It has some intrigue definitely romance. The main characters are likeable. It has a decent plotline. The characters grow and mature with trials they face. It's a good read.
Debeme
I have never put a book down before finishing it until now. The characters don't even like each other, and quite frankly I don't blame them. They are either arguing with each other about a tragic incident that happened in their past or passionately kissing, make up your minds!
I gave it my best try, but if I read any more I am afraid that my eyes may start bleeding!
Shan
Brilliant! Addictive from start to finish. Wonderful story the whole way through! Lovely characters, steamy intimate scenes, perfect writing - I don't read Julia London for historical facts. I read for romance. One insignificant detail like Lily not being able to inherit would not put me completely out of a book.
Tamesya
This book was only so-so in my opinion. Keira, the heroine, was like the popular, pretty girl in high school that everyone adored even though she wasn't a very nice person. She struck me as being exremely selfish, flighty and irresponsible, and even her charming 'joie de vivre' and patronage of the local orphanage couldn't make up for her basic unlikeable-ness. The author tried to redeem Keira in the latter part of the book, but by the time her deception was discovered I really felt she deserved all the censure.

I also felt like the author killed off an awful lot of people to make this story happen (even if they were minor characters), and in some disturbing ways. Having a young girl throw herself off a cliff after a brutal rape seemed a bit extreme to me, as did killing off an estate employee by spearing him with a pitchfork.

But more than the selfish heroine or the plethora of dead bodies strewn about, it was the contradictory or questionable details of the book that really irked me. Keira was supposed to be an expert horsewoman, but she didn't know what it meant when Declan thought his horse was foundering? That's like having a car with a flat tire - who would be in that situation and not know its significance? Also, who hired Mr. Fish, the wonderful estate manager, if he wasn't around until after the earl died? How was Keira able to turn the estate around when she had absolutely no knowledge of estate management? Why didn't Ashford have its own team of solicitors to handle any issues of the estate's entail? Why were there so few people around to answer any questions about Mr. Scott's wrongful conviction when Hadley Green was such a thriving little village?

Maybe I was overthinking while I was reading, but I felt that the novel was written too fast and lacked a good editing job. The details were just a little too sloppy. Still, I did finish it, and I will most likely read the next book, if only to find out where the family jewels were hidden all those years...
Oveley
Great story by great story teller. I didn't think I would like it but I loved it. Stayed up all night reading it. The characters are complex and I they have a shared history and fall in love slowly. Can't wait to read the next book in this series though according to author website that won't be until 2012!
Roru
Oh my! Couldn't hardly put it down. The history, description and narrative was beautifully done. Very well written and the drama is very emotional.
I had already read this wish except was more than couple of lines

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