Midsummer Moon

Midsummer Moon

Book - 2010
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Ransom Falconer, Cuke of Damerell, is sent to see if Merlin Lambourne, the famous inventor, has created a truly magnificent innovation that can be used in the war against Napoleon. What Ransom doesn't realize is that Merlin is a woman, and not everyone wants to see her invention become a reality ... Merlin Lambourne is a brilliant yet slightly eccentric scientist whose dream is to build a flying machine. Nothing can distract her from her goals, and Ransom offers her refuge at his estate - a safe haven to work on her invention undisturbed. But when Merlin's dream puts them both at risk, Ransom must overcome his own fears and realize her invention may be the answer to saving both their lives ...
Publisher: Naperville, Ill. :, Sourcebooks Casablanca,, [2010]
ISBN: 9781402246890
Characteristics: 376 pages ; 21 cm


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May 14, 2015

Merlin's a really fun character once you just go with it, and she speaks true to herself, which I really appreciate. The book has fairly standard plot devices, but it didn't feel nearly as forced as other quick romance reads. I enjoyed that she was bookish and often lost in her head, and it was amusing to see how her enthusiasm spread to others. And yes, I found Ransom's predicament amusing.


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