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Desperately Seeking Suzanna (Tricks of the Ton, #2) Her Cinderella MomentSue Green Just Wanted One Night To Be The Pretty One But A Few Glasses Of Champagne And One Wild Disguise Later, She S In Some Serious Trouble Who Knew The Devastatingly Handsome Face Of Lord Holden Ellis Would Get In The Way Of Her Foot And How Exactly Did All That High Kick Dancing Start In The First Place At Least She Blamed It All On Her New Persona Suzanna So Society S Most Eligible Bachelor Will Never Find Out The Truth.All Holden Wants Is The Truth Who Was That Vixen Who Seduced Him So Thoroughly, Then Disappeared The Only One Who Seems To Have Any Answers About Suzanna Is Miss Sue Green She S Promised To Help Him Find His Mystery Woman, But In Truth She S Not Being All That Helpful And In Truth, The Time Holden Spends With Sue Witty, Pretty, And Disarmingly Honest The He Realizes He May Have Found Exactly What He S Been Looking For All Along

About the Author: Elizabeth Michels

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10 thoughts on “Desperately Seeking Suzanna (Tricks of the Ton, #2)

  1. says:

    A laughable Regency retelling of Cinderella that s as absurd as they come Exaggerated Secondhand embarrassment bad It plays up every trope in the original with astoundingly poor effectsconsidering this is not a fairy tale.Not to mention the hard sell of the original concept.For a ...

  2. says:

    Desperately Seeking Suzanna is the second in Michels s Tricks of the Ton series I have not read the first book however, Suzanna can be read as a standalone for the most part.Sue Green is living in the shadow of her beautiful younger sister Sue is unassuming and not beautiful in the conventional wa

  3. says:

    I love fairy tale retellings of all sorts so I eagerly grabbed up this one that tells the story of a Regency era Cinderella and her secretive Prince Charming This was a first time with the author for me too While this is the second book in the Tricks of the Ton series, it can be read out of order because it

  4. says:

    A sweet, fun romance, Desperately Seeking Suzanna was a fantastic read I really enjoyed reading it I absolutely loved this book Sue was a lovely heroine Her family is very critical of her, but she refused to let them keep her down She was strong and, as the book went on, learned to live for herself And she was a tru

  5. says:

    I do confess that most of the time this premise does annoy me Boy meets girl, girl wears a mask, there is kissing and she disappears When they do meet again, and talk he does not know it s her I would think at least the voice would do it Oh well it does bring the dramaSue is invisible and with the worst mother ever Trust me,

  6. says:

    The thing that sets this book apart from other books is how the author develops the friendship between Sue and Holden The dialogue between the two characters really sparkles To all the naysayers who claim the plot isn t believable do yo...

  7. says:

    I don t recommend reading this right after the first book in the series They start out remarkably similar I did like the way this book incorporated a lot from the first book in the series however, it was nicely done.The ending was very abrupt I would have lik...

  8. says:

    Desperately Seeking Suzanna is the second book in the Tricks of the Ton by Elizabeth Michels If you will remember I adored Must Love Dukes her debut novel and the first in this series Guess What I have a new favorite author to add to the historical romance genre Michels not only delivered a romantic tale that held me spellbound she did something quite

  9. says:

    Reluctantly finished.I didn t like it but i didn t hate it either I was disappointed I didn t like itbecause the premise sounded rather interesting A cinderella type of thing going on But even though it had its funny and lovable moments, in the end it was simply ok There was nothing overly memorable about the book and the characters felt very campy the constan

  10. says:

    Originally reviewed for Bodice Rippers, Femme Fatales and Fantasy.Elizabeth Michels returns us to Recency England A world where you must look a certain way, act a certain way, dress a certain way A place where conformity is demanded and originality If you can pull it off, you become the queen of the tonif not Well plan on a life of dismal loneliness.In book two of her

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