Susan Elizabeth Phillips

Lady Be Good

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Greensboro News & Record

“The always-funny Susan Elizabeth Phillips…has the heat turned up all the way for this one.”
Detroit Free Press

The only four-time recipient of the Romance Writer’s of America’s prestigious Favorite Book of the Year Award, the incomparable Susan Elizabeth Phillips is one of America’s most beloved authors—and Lady Be Good is one of the perennial New York Times bestseller’s hottest, funniest, and most delightfully wild romance novels. The uproarious tale of a proper English headmistress hell-bent on destroying her reputation and a disgraced Texas athlete playboy determined to salvage his own, Lady Be Good is funny, sexy, and irrefutable proof of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune’s assertion that “Next to Tracy and Hepburn, no one does romantic comedy better than Susan Elizabeth Phillips.”
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    Maria Stensgaard Rasmussencompartió su opiniónhace 4 años
    👍Me gustó
    🎯Justo en el blanco
    🌴Perfecto para la playa

    Decent read. I never quite liked the male main, but at least he was portrayed consistently. I'll be looking for the next book in the series although I do hope the main will be more likeable.

    b8740491315compartió su opiniónhace 5 años

    Beautiful book! Well written. Loved the detailed descriptions of everything. Looking forward to read more from this author. Thank you!❤

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    Maria Stensgaard Rasmussencompartió una citahace 4 años
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