Duchess of Fifth Avenue by Ruth Ryan Langan

 

Duchess Of Fifth Avenue     Duchess of Fifth Avenue by Ruth Ryan Langan

Paperback: 320 pages Publisher: Berkley (MM) (Mar 7 2006) Language: English ISBN-10: 0425208893 ISBN-13: 978-0425208892 

To save her best friend and her child from a wretched husband, New York City maid Lana Dunleavy must transform herself into a lady. But she never imagines her heart will be transformed by the confidence man whose help she enlists.

Review: And Ruth does it again!

Now, those of you who know me know that I’m not one for straight romance. I feel there’s not enough in it for my taste. I need mystery and action, something that gets the blood flowing even when I’m reading a book.

But Ruth … I don’t know how she does it, but that woman can suck me into a book in one chapter.

Ruth has a way of bringing her characters to life, characters that feel real feelings and making you feel for and with them.

And although the plot wasn’t completely original, I loved how it came about. Before you even realize it, you’re rooting for Lana and Jesse like nobody’s business.

Ruth Langan knows how to make a reader believe in her characters and their stories. She can make you laugh and cry and get angry right along with her characters.

It’s no wonder why Langan is one of my favourite authors.

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