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  • Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Corgi (April 1 1992)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0552134317
  • ISBN-13: 978-0552134316
  • Product Dimensions: 10.6 x 2.2 x 17.8 cm
  • Shipping Weight: 322 g
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (37 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #1,121,792 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"Creates fairy tales that come true." -- -- Romantic Times --This text refers to the Mass Market Paperback edition.

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Johanna Lindsey is one of the most popular authors of romantic fiction, with over sixty million copies of her novels sold. World renowned for her novels of “first-rate romance” (New York Daily News), Lindsey is the author of forty-three previous bestselling novels, many of which have been #1 New York Times bestsellers. Lindsey lives in Maine with her family. --This text refers to the Audio CD edition.

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By Lealing on May 28 2003
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Set in 1818 London. Rosalynn Chadwick, Scottish beauty and rich heiress flees Scotland and her fortune hunting cousin, Geordie Cameron, who is out to get his hands on her money by forcing her into marriage. Rosalynn decides to enter London society in order to find a suitable husband who will protect her from the unwanted attentions of Geordie.
During her second ball, whilst trying to escape from the persistent but clumsy Lord Bradley, Rosalynn disappears into the garden and runs straight into Lord Anthony Malory, a most handsome black haired, blue eyed rakehell. "...and she was staring at him with a new look, obvious fascination, and he was glad that women found him appealing to the senses." However, Rosalynn had been warned before about rakes and "He was one of them, one of the 'not to be considered'."
I was looking forward to Anthony's story after reading about him in Love Only Once. As with the previous book, I found this book to be a run of the mill regency romp. I did find that Rosalynn spent too much time of the novel being jealous and angry at Anthony but then where would the fun be without the antagonism? You'll enjoy the book anyway if you are a JL fan like myself.
Don't miss James' story in Gentle Rogue, the next in the series.
Lealing
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First off, here is the series in sequence: 1. Love Only Once 2. Tender Rebel 3. Gentle Rogue 4. The Magic of You 5. Say You Love Me 6. The Present: The Malory Holiday Novel
Because Anthony (and James) are my two favorite uncles in LOVE ONLY ONCE, I was so excited to read this 2nd book of the series. I couldn't wait to find out who would be the lucky lady to sweep Anthony off his feet and what his story would be, I was not disappointed. The story line, twist and secondary characters truly made a big effect. The usual spice of the Malory Family especially the updates of Regina and Nicholas thoroughly entertained me. The reason why I didn't rate this book a 5 stars was cuz in my opinion, Anthony fell in love too quickly. It's just a teeny weeny unsatisfaction... His actions were abrupt and uncool considering he is London's biggest rake. I guess I expected more of him, i just wasn't convince... its was all too soon for me. Roslynn wasn't a bad heroine, she was level headed, kind hearted and witty but perhaps my mistake was that i compare her to Regina who is my favorite of all Malory. I decided to finish reading the whole series before i write the reviews so i can compare it all. Love Only Once & The gentle Rogue is my favorite of all 6 in the series. However, this book is still a great read. Despite that small niggel mentioned above, I still recommend this book to anyone especially those who started reading the Malory series.
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I was introduced to the Malory's clan from the first novel entitled 'Love Only Once'. And I surely fall in love with the Malory familyagain in this second book about Anthony Malory, the dashing uncle of Regina Eden and a Scottish heiress, Roslynn Chadwick. Roslynn Chadwick had just lost her grandfather, and has already passed the eligible age for marriages. But, not all were lost to her since she inherited her grandfather's fortune. She went to London,and was warned by her friend about rakes. And that's when she met Anthony Malory, the famous rakehell. She was frustated that she couldn't get him since she was warned to be against a rake. But, Anthony was not about to give up. And the whirlwind romance between them is just the prove that Anthony needed. The beginning of a stormy and passionate marriage, with Roslynn setting her own rules. Roslynn's cousin was also not to give upon Roslynn even though she had just married to Anthony. Roslynn didn't want to be too attach to her husband for fear that her heart will be stolen. As more events keep unfold itself, Roslynn found that she had lost her heart to Anthony. With the letter from James, Anthony's brother, all was well when Roslynn knew that she was also greatly loved by her Anthony.
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This is for all you Johanna Lindsey fans! What's up with all the 5 star reviews for this book? I took your advice (via Amazon.com)and decided to try a few books by Ms. Lindsey. Hoo boy, was I ever disappointed.
Tender Rebel was the first of Ms. Lindsey's books I tried. I couldn't even get 1/4 of the way through it. It's like that old saying "It only takes one sip of wine to know if it's a good bottle"(or not). I came to the conclusion that perhaps this just wasn't one of her better books and so I attempted to read a few more. Sadly, I came away with the same opinion of all three: they're not very good. There just isn't enough depth to the characters or the story lines. In fact as I attempted to read on I kept saying to myself "Oh how CORNY!"
I am a huge fan of Kathleen Woodiwiss and Bertrice Small (in my opinion the queens of the romance genre)and after reading their books it is really difficult to understand the enormous popularity of Ms. Lindsey's books.
May I suggest: "The Flame and the Flower", "The Elusive Flame", "Ashes in the Wind", and "The Wolf and the Dove" all by Kathleen Woodiwiss
and
"Skye O'Malley", "Adora" and "Unconquered" all by Bertrice Small
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