Anca Sofan Sofan itibaren Kothamangalam, Tamil Nadu 638451, Hindistan
Again, this is not the right synopsis. Molly's story is the Abducted Heiress. The library description and the back of the book for this one: "She is called Elspeth, a bonny lass whose dusty servant's rags conceal her well-born status. She recalls nothing of her past-or of the coveted Dunsithe treasure that is her birthright. From her lonely room in Farnsworth Tower, she dreams of a mist-shrouded forest and yearns for the miracle that will free her from a life of drudgery. In the guise of an English nobleman, Sir Patrick MacRae risks his life for his fellow Scotsmen. With danger at his heels, he finds refuge at a border estate where he meets an intriguing young woman who, like him, is not what she seems. Now Patrick must earn Elspeth's trust even as his enemies seek to unmask him. For only together can they protect his mission...and uncover her true identity in time to save their love."
Man, I loved these. They're very funny... problem is they're really only good the first time around, and only when you read them just when they've come out... and uh... probably also only if you're fourteen and without a boyfriend.. The jokes date themselves very quickly (like the constant references to "Blue Crush" in a later book... though it's considered a classic 'round the Johnston house). They also don't actually make sense in terms of time continuity. (Almost all of) the books were released one year apart from each other, yet the each novel picks up exactly where the last left off... so she really couldn't be referencing, for example, Blue Crush and Twilight, in the same calendar year. THINK ABOUT IT, MEG. So anyway, three stars, because it was really enjoyable to read at the time, but I'd probably want to kill Mia now (as I did in later books). Cabot is repetitive to the point of nausea, and not just within each novel. All of her novels use the same exact voice. Boring.