The Major and the Pickpocket

The Major and the Pickpocket By Lucy Ashford, Trying to escape, were you Tassie bit her lip Why hadn t he turned her over to the constables She certainly wasn t going to try to run past him, even if he did have a limp She was tall, but this man towered over her six foot of hardened muscle, shoulders forbiddingly broad beneath his riding coat, strong booted legs set firmly apart.Major Marcus Forrester All ready Trying to escape, were you Tassie bit her lip Why hadn t he turned her over to the constables She certainly wasn t going to try to run past him, even if he did have a limp She was tall, but this man towered over her six foot of hardened muscle, shoulders forbiddingly broad beneath his riding coat, strong booted legs set firmly apart.Major Marcus Forrester All ready for action And Tassie couldn t help but remember his kiss. The Major and the Pickpocket Trying to escape were you Tassie bit her lip Why hadn t he turned her over to the constables She certainly wasn t going to try to run past him even if he did have a limp She was tall but this man t

  • Title: The Major and the Pickpocket
  • Author: Lucy Ashford
  • ISBN: 9780263875744
  • Page: 341
  • Format: Mass Market Paperback
  • 1 thought on “The Major and the Pickpocket”

    1. This was a pretty good book and I d go with 3 1 2 stars I really like the characters, their personalities, the scenes, mischievousness, emotions, a little suspense and action, and a perfect ending This was a fun to read and gently pulled me in There were definitely some moments where I did want to knock a certain someone s head quite a few times, but it was exasperating than aggravating This is something I wouldn t mind reading again and good for the cuddle snuggle relaxing kinda book Enjoy

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