TEXT ì The Casanova Code Ï Donna MacMeans

A refined gentleman age 25 of wealth and education seeks the acuaintance with a view to matrimony of a high minded kind hearted lady who prefers an evening of uiet conversation to the lively demands of society Edwina Hargrove knows that this gentleman was in fact Ashton Trewelyn a rake notorious for seducing the young and naive In fact five dece The code word is SEXYEdwina Hargrove is a very modern woman for the Victorian era She rides bicycles scandalous and longs for independence and adventure but the closest she ever comes is using her uncanny code breaking skills to decipher letters from her brothers and to decipher coded messages in the personal ads in the newspapers Until the day she decodes a message from one of the ton’s most notorious rakes advertising for a good woman to draw into his debauchery Edwina along with her friends form The Rake Patrol to put paid to this cad’s intentions by diverting women away from the disreputable Ashton Trewelyn Then it’s Edwina herself who falls into his hands And oh what sexy sensuous compelling hands they are Ms MacMeans has a wonderful knack for getting her characters into every sort of madcap adventure and out of their petticoats and drawers on the way to a tear inducing happily ever after and does so with delicious details and terrific humor With lively discussions and demonstrations of Japanese erotica and the possibly nefarious activities of a secret society to be uncovered the only uestion is can a lively code breaker crack the secrets of a wounded hero’s heart? All I will say is oh my And oh YUM And I can hardly wait for book two of the Rake Patrol’s adventures

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The Casanova CodeSage that has implications to the Crown and his family His only hope to unravel the mystery lies in the enigmatic Edwina's ability to recognize patterns Even as he leads her on a path of secret societies and risué temptations he discovers she arouses his jaded soul with temptations of her own Must they risk everything to decipher Casanova's cod I received this book in a goodreads first reads giveawayFirst I wanted to say that I've never really been interested in romance novels but I just couldn't put this book down I stayed up until 5 AM reading it was that interesting Several parts were uite mysterious I kept trying to figure out who the mystery person was and what the codes could meanThe characters were likeable Sometimes the things Edwina did would irritate me She was always saying how she was a new modern woman but then she'd revert back to some uiet housewife behavior for whatever reason I hated that a lot But otherwise I liked how independent she was and it was really cool that she knew how to uncover secret codes Plus I loved her nameOverall I'd say it was a nice uick read I'd definitely recommend it I can't wait to read the next one

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PDF ↠ BOOK The Casanova Code ↠ JOHNSCYCLINGDIARY ½ [Download] ➾ The Casanova Code ➹ Donna MacMeans – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk A refined gentleman age 25 of wealth and education seeks the acuaintance with a view to matrimony of a high minded kind hearted lady who prefers an evening of uiet conversatNt women have already been tricked and bundled off to the continent for scandalous purposes There was a way to thwart his scheme though by shadowing this devilishly handsome Casanova and warning his prey If only it were that simpleWounded and weary Ashton Trewelyn returns home to London from the King's Royal Rifles but soon discovers a coded mes An emotionally satisfying story that lingers in your mind when you shut the book readers looking for a well written story with an innovative plot should open The Casanova Code and fall into itA young lady with a gift for cracking codes finds her skills have use than playing games with family or decoding titillating messages in the personal columns A war hero finds that a reputation built up in his younger days lingers in society like a bad odor hindering any chance he has of a meaningful life Add family secrets political intrigue and some scandalous Japanese prints and you have a recipe for an enjoyable afternoon read on your deck or at the beachMacMeans’ characters modern women living in an era when riding a bicycle constituted a defiant act of independence promise us enjoyable romps in her Rake Patrol series