Rules For A Lady

Rules For A Lady A Lady Does Not Attempt To Come Out In London Society Disguised As Her Deceased Half Sister A Lady Does Not Become Enad Of Her Guardian Even Though His Masterful Kisses And Whispered Words Of Affection Tempt Her Beyond All Endurance A Lady May Not Climb Barefoot From Her Bedroom On A Rose Trellis, Nor Engage In Fisticuffs With Riff Raff In Order To Rescue Street Urchins No Matter How Impossible The Odds, A Lady Always Gives Her Hand And Her Heart Though Not Necessarily In That Order To The One Man Who Sees Her As She Truly Is And Loves Her Despite Her Flagrant Disobedience Of Every One Of The Rules For A Lady

Jade Lee.Katherine Greyle believes that writing is both her greatest joy and her greatest challenge Writing for her is a passion and a discipline, both hard to sustain for long periods of time She keeps it lively by switching constantly among genres, from Regencies, through contemporary adventures to fantasy and time travel Occasionally, she even writes humor articles for Racquetball Magazine But all my works include romance, she says, even if it s the love of the perfect serve Years ago, someone told Kathy Greyle to write what was in heart Little did this person know what weirdness lurked within Kathy s twisted soul Her first novel, Oracle, was a futuristic romance that won numerous awards including a RITA nomination for Best First Novel and PRISM s Best of the Best award Kathy s next series of books showcase her humor in a historical trilogy beginning with Rules For A Lady, published in January of 2001 Major Wyclyff s Campaign was launched in October and is followed in April 2002 by Miss Woodley s Experiment As much a star in the historical genre as in paranormal, Kathy s reviews have been excellent In fact, her favorite hero, Major Wyclyff, even garnered a Romantic Times KISS award Building on her humorous regencies, Kathy then wrote No Place for a Lady, released in May 2003 which received Kathy s second Romantic Times KISS award Don t forget to look for Kathy s delightful time travel to the regency era in Almost an Angel coming out from Love Spell in November 2003 And lest she forget her Asian heritage, she recently wrote the hysterical Dragon for Dinner , a contemporary novella in the acclaimed Playing with Matches anthology from NAL in April 2003.When writing novels and screenplays gets too difficult, Kathy relaxes by rollerblading with her two daughters and playing racquetball at the highest amateur levels.

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  • Paperback
  • 311 pages
  • Rules For A Lady
  • Katherine Greyle
  • English
  • 07 July 2019
  • 9780843948189

10 thoughts on “Rules For A Lady

  1. says:

    A fun regency book, about a rebellious young lady, trying to have her cake and eat it too Bucking the Rules of The Ton, when she really doesn t know why they where put in place to begin with Coming within an inch of her life being ruined by cutthroats, she is rescued by the Earl who is ruling her life and aggravating her the most, of course he is the one that she in the end falls in love with, despite all the barriers and reasons it shouldn t happen A good read for this type of book which I give a 4.8 due to spelling errors, which young lady at this point, if you are going to self publish, should not happen Otherwise a fun and can t put down for this type of romance novel.

  2. says:

    Yikes I started this two and a half years ago, and only got through a third of it at first.I didn t bother to restart and just proceeded from where I left off before, so I didn t know all the history and how Gillian became Amanda.And she annoyed me at first this time around I know that thwarting the rules were all for the benefit of maintaining her true self, even as she masqueraded as her half sister, but she couldn t seem to meet Stephen halfway But all s well that ends well The beginning of the end was when Stephen rescued her from a harrowing experience that could have been brutal if he hadn t gotten to her in time, thanks to little Tom , and when wise old Mom finally gave her son a verbal smack upside the head Thanks to Geoffrey and Sophia for graciously backing down and letting Stephen and Gillian have their happily ever after.Maybe I ll read of Ms Lee s books But not right now On to some others I d temporarily quit I should finish my Currently Reading pile before moving on to fresh books.

  3. says:

    Kind of fun and light

  4. says:

    A Regency Era romance that draws some inspiration from MarkTwain s The Prince and the pauper.

  5. says:

    An enjoyable readIt was a pleasure to read this book The dialogue, characters, and plotline kept me entertained Jade Lee is a wonderful author.

  6. says:

    Feckless, annoying girl Plot full of holes.

  7. says:

    What an odd cover choice for this book The cover implies that the story is far scandalous than it actually is This is nothing than a sweet love story It s disappointing that someone felt the need to grab the wrong sort of attention to it through the cover The story itself holds up on it s own, even without the implied bodice ripping The characters are enjoyable, if somewhat unrealistic, but who looks for realism in their romance novels If only the cover fit the story better The covers for the two follow ups are just as bad It s a pity, really, because it may turn people away from a story they might find they d enjoy.

  8. says:

    This was a Kindle free download after the April Barbara Vey Readers Appreciation Luncheon, and I m very glad I took up the offer Jade Lee is a talented author who always manages to incorporate humor in her books This fast paced book features witty dialogue and expertly motivated characters, helping to make the story believable even though it has the requisite scenes of the heroine impulsively getting herself in danger and the hero coming ably to her rescue, thus proving his affection Lee also creates complex secondary characters who defy the usual stereotypes, leading to surprising and satisfying plot twists A fun, fast, clean read.

  9. says:

    Rules for a Lady gets the distinction of being the first historical romance adult novel that I ve ever read I m practically a veteran in romance novels by now, but I can still remember the shock of my first real romance novel Nicholas Spark s or Uncle Nicky as I refer to him myself books don t count They re not sexy enough The chemistry in Rules for a Lady was off the charts even if the plot was formulaic and predictable Everyone needs a little romance once in a while I m just glad I have a Kindle now so that my mom doesn t need to see all my smutty romance books on my bookshelf It s just not necessary This novel was good enough, but I think you guys can do better.

  10. says:

    An enjoyable Regency read Tame clean read well written with interesting characters I don t like the cover art it s wrong for the period as well as the characters I have liked Jade Lee and Kathy Lyons in contemporary reads, and now find her historicals to be lively and entertaining as well will be checking out the rest of this series.

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