Another brilliant book by this author I loved the the way the story holds you so that you cannot stop reading Always one page bit then it s the next and the next until lo and behold you finished the book Magic This story was very run of the mill with the overheard conversation and the drawn out misunderstanding A very routine and frustrating story The kind that makes #You Relieved When You Finish It That Is If You #relieved when you finish it That is if you t cut it short by reading the end so you can move on A disappointment This another entertaining book in the series I ust have one minor uibble I thought that the object of espionage was to obtain information about the enemy whilst obfuscating your own intentions In these books the main intention seems to be to destroy the opposition but it would be e this is the first book in an This is the first book in an 4 part series The author has a really good grasp of story telling and a good ear for dialogue The characters are interesting the plot is fast moving and I really enjoyed the book I have also read book 15 and book 2 both are reviewed separately and am eagerly awaiting book 3 which should be published soonI agree with another reviewer who said that this author made me sit up and take notice I look forward to reading her next book I absolutely loved Sophie and Brams s story They were too announce their engagement but she could not find Bram anywhere She searched everywhere at the Ball When she was finally directed to the library she her Bram and the French woman and what she heard had her leaving her betrothal ring and fleeingWhen Bram realized what happened her chased her and the family all the way to the ship they sailed on to IrelandSophie was devastated she A pursuit is underwayFrom the hallowed halls of London's Almack's to the unkempt taverns of Drury Lane from whispered words in glittering theatres to seductive encounters in Vauxhall Gardens an earl must pursue his ladyPropriety be damned Anything is allowed But for success the Earl of Kelmarsh must heed the Rules of the RogueA resolute ladyMiss Sophie Beckford escaped to Ireland after her almost betrothed broke.
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laughing immensely it was a nice entertaining book I liked the characters the secondary characters almost than the hHimmensely it was a nice entertaining book I liked the characters the secondary characters almost than the hH isn t a lot of drama or suspense but a sweet enjoyable story The end was to abrupt and I really would have liked an epilogue Bram is a Spy and this Thumbelina just cannot be made known obviously So then what s he to do when his intended overhears a would be amorous discussion behind doorsHow to win her back is the problemSophie is so hurt and humiliated She does what she thinks is the best thing Run to her family in Ireland for an extended stayHumor tears and pure enjoyment took me through this story and what a wonderfulourney it wasI loved that when one of the main characters was weak the other knew exactly how to encourage and help the otherBram is strong and romantic while Sophie is very confused and upset by his supposed betrayalI became very fond of Sophie s cousin She has a mouth on her second to noneThe story is filled with many moments of romance intrigue angst and humor The characters are well rounded and each one a delight Of course there is a bad man tooThis is a fast paced delight and not to be missed I course there is a bad man tooThis is a fast paced
and not to be I finding new authors that I can enjoy The newest find is Emily Windsor and her book An Earl in Wolf s Clothing I enjoyed the book This is the first book in a series Rules of the Rogue and I am looking forward to. Occasional poet and famous actor throwing in their sixpence the earl will try any ruse any rule in the book to recapture Sophie's heartFailure is not an optionSensual Regency romance with warmth and wit These books can be read stand alone or as part of the Rules of the Rogue Series1 An Earl in Wolf's Clothing2 Merry Christmas my Viscount3 Let Sleeping Dukes Lie4 Maruess to a FlameThese books contain sensual scen. .Delight And Not To Be
Oved Bram and almost a year later she reentered society again and would avoid him all togetherBram wants to tell her the truth but he must get permission from his superiors to do that He will win Her Back Anyway PossibleI Loved The Book back anyway possibleI loved the book antics of Jack Alex and Bram togetherCan t wait to read I loved this book I haven t laughed so many times during a read in a long time These characters were hysterical Finished it in two days I also thought it was romantic The hero Bram was persistent which was pretty hot even I thought the heroine should have given in at some points smile However it was nice to read about a heroine that didn t gasp and utterly fall into the hero s arms at every word and touch But there were times when she was stubborn yet it worked for her This was my first time reading a book by this author I believe I will try the second book in this series since it continues on with the other interesting and hysterical characters from the first Although this is lighthearted book there are moments of tension and excitement Emily Windsor researches her books well and the places people and language are realistic and credible The story is intriguing and absorbing I thoroughly enjoyed it This is a wonderfully written start to what promises to be a great series The plot is full of emotional twists and turns as well as a bit of suspense The characters are portrayed with a strength to be envied This is a great book for anybody who loves steamy historical romances that have plenty of suspense I liked this story of two outspoken women and Sophie s lovesick beau and the pursuit he had to make to get her to love him back I loved that this author did not use. Her heart Now a year later she's back in London stronger better attired armed with her Irish cousin and determined not to fall for the blackguard's wiles againA desperate gentlemanWhat's an earl to do when his almost betrothed refuses to speak to him hear him out or even look at him after a misunderstanding of gargantuan proportionsWith dubious assistance from a roguish maruess a strait laced duke and even the.