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Publisher Description

Philip Whitmore, Viscount Greybourne, has been deserted at the altar, and Meredith Chilton-Grizedale, the Matchmaker of Mayfair, is ruined. This was the most anticipated wedding of the Season and would have secured her position. But now the word is out that the groom-to-be is cursed, making him the Most Unmarriageable Man in England. If Meredith is to have any hope of a future, she'll need to help him break this curse and marry him off. Unfortunately, the only woman he now wants is Meredith—the Most Unmarriageable Woman in England!

GENRE
Romance
RELEASED
2009
October 13
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
416
Pages
PUBLISHER
HarperCollins e-books
SELLER
HARPERCOLLINS PUBLISHERS
SIZE
1.8
MB

Customer Reviews

Oceanrosebud ,

Who Will Take This Man? Oceanrosebud

This novel falls in the "category" of exciting plot and well defined characters! The mystery of The Stone of Tears has cursed Philip since he had read it. Now he doesn't want to get married. Meredith is the matchmaker trying to find him a wife. This was a great read with twists throughout and two wonderful people you hope will find the answer.

Ginahere2 ,

Who Will Take This Man

This is probably the third book by this author I've read, and while I truly enjoy her writing, I HAVE TO SAY, the Publishing House, does an APPALLING JOB OF EDITING!
I'm more than halfway through this book only to find THIS BOOK AS WELL AS THE OTHER TWO I'VE READ are FULL of typos and spelling errors! Seriously I'm surprised no one has mentioned this! I find it EXTREMELY distracting to have to continually mentally correct the word, or fill in the correct word or spelling of the one printed!
I know they have people employed at publishing houses to PROOF READ the author's books! I would hope someone at the agency involved, would READ this review and LOOK to see WHO the Proof Reader was and determine if they in fact were the SAME PERSON on all other books. Or, if said Proof Reading is done by a software program, the agency should seek ANOTHER program!
I enjoy reading historical novels a GREAT DEAL.
Please review your published works a bit better!
Sincerely,
Gina R.

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