One Good Earl Deserves a Lover
One Good Earl Deserves a Lover, the second book in New York Times bestselling author Sarah MacLean’s award-winning Rules of Scoundrels series, is a lively, romantic adventure, starring a lovable, sometimes bumbling heroine and a sexy, leading man who offer up plenty of steamy sexual... show more
One Good Earl Deserves a Lover, the second book in New York Times bestselling author Sarah MacLean’s award-winning Rules of Scoundrels series, is a lively, romantic adventure, starring a lovable, sometimes bumbling heroine and a sexy, leading man who offer up plenty of steamy sexual tension.Nearly engaged to Lord Castleton, the always proper and logical Lady Philippa “Pippa” Marbury wants to learn about London’s dark side before she happily heads off to the country and embraces married life. But it’s in London’s shadowy corners where she meets Cross, the brooding, mysterious bookkeeper of The Fallen Angel, London’s most notorious and coveted gaming hell. He’s a rogue in every sense of the word. Or is he?The heroes of the Rule of Scoundrels books will steal the hearts of their heroines and readers alike!
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: January 29th 2013
Pages no: 373
Edition language: English
Series: The Rules of Scoundrels (#2)
Borrows the hero, surprise twist, tragic backstory and all from another of her own books.
One Good Earl Deserves a Lover continues Sarah MacLean's series about a group of scoundrels who run a London casino--whoops, I mean a gaming hell--and fall in love with appropriately exasperating women (because if they didn't exasperate the hero then there'd be no plot). The hero is Cross, an earl...
Book two had similar tendencies towards the emotional roller coaster that book one had. It was the whole doomed-lovers-because-they-are-promised-to-another scenario and how can they possibly thwart their cruel fate to be separated. It was enjoyable, but I liked book one better. With that said, this ...
How did I not rate this book? I read it earlier this year and was not exactly overcome with joy. I think Sarah MacLean can write a light-hearted story well. She is witty and her stories have a lightness to it, for the lack of a better word. It is not her writing that I did not take a liking to but r...
This historical romance had a good premise but the majority of the book was characters thoughts. I struggled to keep reading, started skipping big chunks, read a little near the end then gave up. The basic story could have been told in 100 pages or less. Lady Philippa asks gaming hell owner Cross...