Lost Lady

Lost Lady Jude Deveraux touches the heart with this captivating novel of unexpected passion adventure and second chances Lost Lady Forsaken by her guardian and narrowly escaping marriage to a money hungry sui

  • Title: Lost Lady
  • Author: Jude Deveraux
  • ISBN: 9780671739775
  • Page: 415
  • Format: Paperback
  • Jude Deveraux touches the heart with this captivating novel of unexpected passion, adventure, and second chances Lost Lady Forsaken by her guardian and narrowly escaping marriage to a money hungry suitor, Regan flees Weston Manor, the only home she s ever known, determined to rule her own destiny When Travis Stanford, a big, rugged American, finds Regan on London s dockJude Deveraux touches the heart with this captivating novel of unexpected passion, adventure, and second chances Lost LadyForsaken by her guardian and narrowly escaping marriage to a money hungry suitor, Regan flees Weston Manor, the only home she s ever known, determined to rule her own destiny When Travis Stanford, a big, rugged American, finds Regan on London s docks, he vows to protect her unaware of the magnificent, iron willed beauty she would become, or the dangerous, passion filled future that awaited them both From England s bawdy wharves to Virginia s elegant mansions, their love was kindled by chance, and flamed by the thrilling pursuit of unknown tomorrows.

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    About “Jude Deveraux”

    1. Jude Deveraux

      Jude Gilliam was born September 20, 1947 in Fairdale, Kentucky She has a large extended family and is the elder sister of four brothers She attended Murray State University and received a degree in Art In 1967, Jude married and took her husband s surname of White, but four years later they divorced For years, she worked as 5th grade teacher.She began writing in 1976, and published her first book, The Enchanted Land 1977 under the name Jude Deveraux Following the publication of her first novel, she resigned her teaching position Now, she is the author of 31 New York Times bestsellers Jude won readers hearts with the epic Velvet series, which revolves around the lives of the Montgomery family s irresistible men Jude s early books are set largely in 15th and 16th century England in them her fierce, impassioned protagonists find themselves in the midst of blood feuds and wars Her heroines are equally scrappy medieval Scarlett O Haras who often have a low regard for the men who eventually win them over They re fighters, certainly, but they re also beauties who are preoccupied with survival and family preservation Jude has also stepped outside her milieu, with mixed results Her James River trilogy River Lady, Lost Lady, and Counterfeit Lady is set mostly in post Revolution America the popular, softer edged Twin of Fire Twin of Ice moves to 19th century Colorado and introduces another hunky man clan, the Taggerts.Deveraux manages to evoke a strong and convincing atmosphere for each of her books, but her dialogue and characters are as familiar as a modern day soap opera s Historicals seem to be all I m capable of, Jude once said in an interview, referring to a now out of print attempt at contemporary fiction, 1982 s Casa Grande I don t want to write family sagas or occult books, and I have no intention of again trying to ruin the contemporary market Still, Jude did later attempt modern day romances, such as the lighthearted High Tide her first murder caper , the contemporary female friendship story The Summerhouse, and the time traveling Knight in Shining Armor In fact, with 2002 s The Mulberry Tree, Deveraux seems to be getting comfortable setting stories in the present, which is a good thing, since the fans she won with her historical books are eager to follow her into the future.Jude married Claude Montassir, with whom she had a son, Sam Alexander Montassir, in 1997 They eventually divorced On Oct 6th, 2005, Sam died at the age of eight in a motorcycle accident Jude has lived in several countries and all over the United States She currently lives in Charlotte, North Carolina and has an additional home in the medieval city of Badolato, Italy.

    731 thoughts on “Lost Lady”

    1. Lost Lady is the second boko in the Lady Trilogy, but the first book to read of this trilogy. There was no rhyme or reason that I picked this book up, I just wanted to read more of this author and this seemed like a good fit for me. The heroine of the story is very naive and innocent in the beginning. She has pretty much been imprisoned because of her fortune. Her uncle has been behind it because he will stop at nothing to gain access to the money she will have. But when she overhears her fiance [...]


    2. I dont even know why I like this book so God damn much. So much in fact, that it must be my all time fav Jude Deveraux book, and I reread it every few years.I must warn you, this book has rape and I don't mean one of those forced seduction kind but the really painful, crying kind. Y'know those emotionally painful scenes you find yourself cringing from, that kind of rape scene. You will want to smack the big jerk for hurting this delicate girl, and yes, she's a "girl" and not a woman. I'm sure it [...]



    3. Обичам тази книга. Имайки предвид, че първа книга ми е супер скучна, а трета страшно противна, тази беше адски година.Рийган бяга от дома на мъжа, за който искат да я омъжат и попада на Травис, който е запленен от нея и я отвежда в дома си.(view spoiler)[Заради една ужасна жена обаче, д [...]


    4. I thoroughly enjoyed this one! I find Jude Deveraux to be a bit hit and miss, but when she hits, the nails it. I'm not sure what drew me to Reagan, the heroine. At the beginning of the book she was helpless and naive. Forced out of her uncle's house after learning that the man she loved only wanted her for her money and refusing to marry him, she finds herself on the docks, where in the real world she would have been gang raped. Luckily, this is the world of romantic fantasy, where she runs stra [...]


    5. I think I'm going to rate this book as my upper limit for tolerance of crazysauce. I was entertained, and I didn't fling the book across the room, but I did get to the bit with the elephant and then think, ok, this is probably going too far.Learning to tightrope walk in three days, though, perfectly plausible.


    6. Una linda novela No es una gran historia pero ambos personajes te hacen pasar buenos momentos, Travis, siempre me sacaba una sonrisa, y me gusta mucho la valentía y le temeridad de Regan capaz de comerse al mundo para demostrar su valía Vale la pena leerla :)


    7. I love this book! It's always been enjoyable to see Regan transform into a confident woman. Ms. Deveraux has a way with stories and tells some of the best




    8. This book has many similarities with the book and The Flame and the Flower is one of my favorites so I can't help but compare it to this book. Sadly, this book isn't as good as Kathleen Woodiwiss's book.



    9. I'v read this months ago & must say I totally love this book. This is going to be one of my all times favouritesI already re-read it so many times I could really understand by Regan was so naive & innocent. It really does happen when you donot have any exposure to the world. I LOVE TRAVIS. I donot think it was a rape. She obviously did respond to his every move. She loved whatever he did. I knew he fell for her the moment he saw her in the morning in his senes.The way he felt protective [...]


    10. Reading the second novel in the James River Trilogy is a bliss! It was full of truth and of love, of passion, and of extreme hilarity! Regan is full of innocence that her transformation gave me a bit of a shock, but always -again, always- Miss Jude will never leave her readers in discontentment. The hero in the story, Travis Stanford, is so sweet and so funny as well that I pity him at some point for I always laugh at his silly schemes toward Regan. He might be ill-mannered most of the times; hi [...]


    11. Regan Weston has led a sheltered life. Orphaned at a young age, she's spent the majority of her seventeen years locked away in her Uncle's deteriorating house. She fancies herself in love with an English gentleman, Farrel, to whom she's engaged to. One night, not long before her wedding, she hears that the only reason Farrel is marrying her is for her money that her parents had left her and that her uncle despises her and will receive some of the money due to an agreement he's worked out with Ba [...]


    12. When Regan finds out that her uncle and fiance only want her for her money, she runs away from her home and finds herself on the Liverpool docks, alone in her nightgown with no idea what to do or where to go. When Travis Stanford finds her and takes her back to his room, he finds himself drawn to her and seduces Regan without much effort. In the morning, Regan refuses to tell him anything about herself, so he decides to take her with him to America. On the ship, Travis falls in love with Regan a [...]


    13. Enjoyable book. Didn't want to put it down. I found the ending very hard to believe. A circus, in rural America? Tightrope walking?!!Also the fact the Travis was completely ok with the fact Regan had stolen his daughter from him for FOUR years meaning he missed some of the most important years of her life. Surely any real man would be more livid at that then the other smaller things he raged over. And all because of Regan's low self esteem, BUILD A BRIDGE - you got a hottie, who's rich, who cher [...]


    14. WOW!! This 2nd book in the James River trilogy outdid the storyline of the first. If there were 6 stars, it would get it! The author's tale seems more believeable in this book; however, I just can't seem to understand completely why she gave over to these "new sensations and feelings" when she had never even been touched before, but then again, maybe that is why. In fact, Regan says that she thought she was captivated by him because he was the first to show any love or affection for her in her l [...]


    15. This would have been a much better story if Regan wasn't so immature, ignorant and ungrateful. I was hoping by the end of the book she would improve but she didn't. I could have felt sympathy for the way Travis used her if the way she acted hadn't been so idiotic. I mean Travis raped her (even if it was more of a mistake than a willful disregard of her feelings) but she never got really upset about it just angry and almost happily went to bed with him the next night. Her lack of response, made i [...]


    16. i've been ruined by this book ! the feels here are everywhere and the villains will surely make you want to strangle someone . i'll never forget this book because it made me so envious of the proposal but still made me smile that soft smile from ear to ear because it was just unique and utterly sweet ! the man in this story will never vanish in my memories because forever , he will hunt me with those smiles and his playful and lovable characteristics that gave birth to those irresistible confess [...]


    17. i've been ruined by this book ! the feels here are everywhere and the villains will surely make you want to strangle someone . i'll never forget this book because it made me so envious of the proposal but still made me smile that soft smile from ear to ear because it was just unique and utterly sweet ! the man in this story will never vanish in my memories because forever , he will hunt me with those smiles and his playful and lovable characteristics that gave birth to those irresistible confess [...]


    18. The second book in the James River series by Jude Deveraux. English heiress Regan Weston runs away and ends up on the docks and nearing being raped. But she is rescued by American Travis Stanford. When she refuses to say who she is he ends up taking her to America with him.I love most of Jude Deveraux's historical romances and I do like this one but it wasn't up to par with her other ones. I blame it on the characters. I don't think they really grabbed me like some of them do. It was just a fair [...]


    19. Im always surprised by how much I love deveraux's works. I love them soooo much. Sure the leading lady is a little dumb sometimes but its understandable seeing how she has been kept away from the world. Deveraux always counter balances everything perfectly. I even loved how the story jumped ahead four years allowing Regan to grow up. The only part that I didnt like was the over the top proposal done by travis. But i loved Travis sooo much that even his super cheesy impossible proposal didnt turn [...]


    20. Femeia pierdută este un roman de dragoste scris de Jude Devereaux și după ce l-am terminat, am rămas cu impresia că este destul de siropos pe alocuri. Regan este o tânără care fuge de o căsătorie din interes și fără să își dea seama, își găsește adevărata fericire în brațele unui bărbat pe care nu l-ar fi considerat niciodată potrivit pentru ea ()Continuarea recenziei pe blog:literarybook.wordpress/20


    21. The 2nd book of the Lady series or James River series. Travis Stanford was on the wharf in London when he ran into Regan walking the wharf in her nightgown trying to fend off the men. Travis takes Regan into his care when she won't say who she is or where she lives and brings her to America where he employs her as a servant when secrets start coming forth.


    22. Its the perfect story about two lovers who lose each other and find each other years later. It is aso the true way that a woman in that time gets chances to prove herself to the household that she can run it, and what happens when things go horribly wrong. IT also proves that love conquers all. This is a good book by all accounts. This is one of my fav books by her.


    23. This "James River" series has been fun but does not compare to the Montgomery Series. This is the second book and I enjoyed it more than the first book. I did not care much for the first half of the book but really liked the second half. These James River men are not my favorite. Regardlessways fun reads.


    24. I say rape, he says seduction. He thought she was a prostitute and no, really didn't mean no. Then he takes her to America against her will even though she's practically a child. Disturbing book. Later when Regan grows older, the romance isn't too cringe worthy. But until then, I couldn't really enjoy this book.


    25. In high school, I shamefully admitt I read A LOT of romance novels. To this day, I'm not sure why it took me so long to figure out that the plot was basically the same. And, yes, Fabio was on the cover of almost all of these books often with shirt brazenly open and long locks aflowin' while some busty lady clung to his leg. :D


    26. Refreshing romance with most of plot taking place in colonial America. Active and interesting plot which moves along at a decent pace. Basic romance theme, but still done with interesting characters. It was enjoyable as a slightly above average romance. Good for a one-time read.


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