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Answers to "Ten lords a'leaping" quiz Number 2

Here are the answers to the quiz, Ten lords a’leaping, quiz #2, which is on the WordWenches’ blog — here.

1) An independently-minded heroine plans to free her foolish brother from the destructive influence of this dark, destructive and far from handsome lord, but when she travels to Paris to confront him, he turns the tables on her. 
              b) Loretta Chase – Lord of Scoundrels

2)  Attempting to save her flighty light-skirt younger sister from a known rake, our heroine is kidnapped by mistake. How can she convince the rake she’s a virtuous female? Reader, she shoots him. 
              c) Georgette Heyer – Devil’s Cub

3) When this lord travels to the country to meet with an eccentric but brilliant inventor who has created something that could help defeat Napoleon, he discovers “he”  is a woman.
              b) Laura Kinsale – Midsummer Moon

4) This bi-racial lord is called a traitor by his mother’s side and a savage by his father’s. Torn between two cultures, there’s just one woman who can make him feel whole. But when war breaks out, the lovers are torn apart.
              a) Meredith Duran The Duke of Shadows

5) This lord spent the years of his childhood locked up in a madhouse, before being released by his older brother. He’s a little eccentric, but when he finds his heroine, he doesn’t give up until she’s his.
              c) Jennifer Ashley –  The Madness of Lord Ian Mackenzie

6) A studious lady seeking protection for her fossils from thieves and looters, and turns to the local lord, scarred and reclusive, with a sinister reputation.
              a) Amanda Quick – Ravished

7) This lord has been overseas making his fortune for the last nine years when he hears a disquieting rumor, and races back to England to rescue his elderly aunt from four designing hussies claiming to be her nieces.
               b)  Anne Gracie – The Autumn Bride

8) A stammering heiress, desperate to escape a forced and unwanted marriage, proposes marriage to a notorious, rakish, handsome fortune-hunter, and is instantly whisked off to Gretna Green.
              c) Lisa Kleypas – Devil in Winter

9) Our heroine is a governess uninterested in marriage; she wants to travel, have adventures, see the pyramids. Caught up in a young gentleman’s murder, she’s compromised by a handsome, notoriously rakish lord. He offers marriage, she refuses but he wants her, so the battle is on.
              a)  Stephanie Laurens – Devil’s Bride

10) Our heroine is working as an interpreter and guide to this lord as he explores forbidden territory. When he’s captured by enemies and is condemned to death, they make a hasty marriage to secure her future. She returns to the land of her father, a widow. Or is she?
               a) Mary Jo Putney  – The China Bride

I hope you enjoyed my little quiz. To return to the Word Wenches site and tell us how you went, click here.  
Or if you’d like to do the first Lords a’leaping quiz, click here.