Author Mary Moore & To Rake or Not to Rake — 10 Comments

  1. I love Regency romances! I have read a couple of Georgette Heyer’s but not the Black Sheep. I may have to check it out. 🙂

    The Accidental Fiancee sounds like a fun book. I would love to read it! Thanks for the giveaway!

  2. I love the Regency period, especially Georgette Heyer’s novels. I’ve read most of them but my favorite is These Old Shades with that rake, the Duke of Avon. And I love his son’s story in The Devil’s Cub, too…and how awesome are their heroines!

  3. Edward you made me belly laugh!!! Definitely check out my book or “The Devil’s Cub” or “Black Sheep” by Georgette Heyer and you’ll know the real meaning of rake!

  4. I do enjoy Regency Romance. I have not read any by Georgette Heyer though. Edward’s answer made me laugh. Have a great day!

  5. Edward, I thought I might get a few with that title! Decidedly I usually decide to let the wind take the leaves. My dh has a different view.

    I consulted and found this definition for you

    a dissolute or profligate person, especially a man who is licentious; roué. short for rakehell.

    Hope that helps!

  6. Having read several hundred books over the last few years, I guess I’m still uneducated. I saw the subject, “To Rake or Not To Rake”, and assumed it was the question that has gone through my mind every time I have looked out my back window since last fall. I kept trying to decide whether or not to rake the back yard. Now it appears that isn’t the subject here. I need to win this book so I can find out what you’re talking about.

  7. I enjoy Regency but I haven’t read any by Georgette Heyer though I will be looking into getting some from my local library. I have to say that I have already read “Accidental Fiancee” and loved it. I loved the bad boy Rake and the sweet heart innocent. Ms. Cote if you haven’t read this book yet, I would strongly suggest it for it is just wonderful from the get go.


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