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Publisher: Avon / HarperCollins
Release Date: March 2004
ISBN: 0-06-054313-2
Format Reviewed: Paperback
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Genre:   Regency Romance
Reviewed: 2004
Reviewer: Faith V. Smith
Reviewer Notes:  Sexual content. Touching and realistic.

England’s Perfect Hero 
By Suzanne Enoch

     In order to find the perfect mate, Lucinda prepares her lessons in love list. It worked for her two best friends, and with both of them blissfully wedded, she is feeling left out. She already has her male prey picked out--Lord Geoffrey Newcombe--but the man who offers his assistance in snaring her beau piques her interest. Robert Carroway, brother-in-law to Georgiana (one of the lucky brides) is a battle-scarred hero and a recluse until he comes out of hiding to help Lucinda.

     Robert Carroway has watched and listened to Lucinda Barrett for over three years. He has never approached her before, but the beautiful lady’s curiosity brings her into his self-imposed loneliness. She helps to send the ravages of war, imprisonment, and torture back into the dark recesses of his mind. His only hope to get closer to her is to help her find her perfect man. A hope that dwindles when Robert is accused of treason by General Barrett, his beloved’s father.

     Lucinda must decide if she would rather marry someone who is perfect or a man with a heart, when she finds herself in the middle of a potential scandal. Robert’s feelings are conflicted when he seeks and then finds an answering passion in Lucinda. Does he have the right to put her in harm’s way to prove his innocence? Together, this determined lady and England’s not-so- perfect hero find that where there is a will, there is most certainly a path to love.