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by Anne Stuart
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Foggygirl rated it 4 years ago
The hero is a jerk but he can also be a charmer which makes for a fairly entertaining read. The heroine is also not necessarily a damsel in distress just world weary and resigned about her place in the world.
Romancing the Dark Side
Romancing the Dark Side rated it 4 years ago
Ruthless by Anne Stuart Series: The House of Rohan #1 Narrator: Susan Ericksen Genre: Historical Romance Published by: Tantor Audio on October 2, 2011 Format: Audiobook Source: Gift Amazon • Barnes & Noble • Audible FIRST IMPRESSIONS Not your typical historical romance! A dark hero meets a sharp...
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Book Hoarders Anonymous rated it 5 years ago
Hmmm… there are parts of this story, that in the wrong hands, would have earned it a 1 star and a scathing review. Lessee… there's the part where the H has a ahhh prostitute (or at least a woman of loose morals) in his bed and has an enthusiastic encounter. He thinks the woman has no cause for com...
FVJen rated it 6 years ago
Rohan and ElinorAudio reread July 1-8. I don't know why I liked this as much as I did. The audio reread irritated me.
karenf rated it 6 years ago
My first Anne Stuart and it certainly won't be my last. I haven't read any of her RS and I'm not sure how this type of hero would work for me in a more modern setting, but I did love Francis here. One thing I learned while reading this book. As someone who spent young adult years in a big city, f...
otakumom rated it 6 years ago
This novel is a refreshing change that successfully alters the general plot conventions used in similar historical novels. I really got sucked into the story even though I initially disliked the hero or more like the anti hero. Everyone is damaged in this novel except for Lydia. Her innocence is ...
ibrium rated it 6 years ago
The definition of compulsively readable. I couldn't put Ruthless down. I just finished and can't seem to move past the happy noises stage enough to intelligently articulate how much I loved this. My first Anne Stuart book and most definitely not my last. In fact, I'm off straightaway to buy book 2 i...
Sassapphras rated it 7 years ago
Unoriginal... themes were redundant throughout the book. If they had not been they may have been a good shock factor. I hated how everyone seemed to be a uni-drone with the same exact opinions, feelings, and observations as everyone else. These too (the observations) were continuously repeated th...
fr_larsson rated it 7 years ago
Elinor lives with her sick mother and sister in Paris, without money or prospects. When her mother takes the last piece or value and runs away to the Heavenly Host, a secret society where you indulge in anything you want, Elinor sees no other option than to follow to try to save what she can. Rohan ...
Ilze rated it 7 years ago
This one turned into a very enjoyable read, with 2 well-matched and interesting main characters and a really sweet secondary romance. The "Heavenly Host" stuff was mostly hype, though, and the orgies were a lot more talk than action.Not sure about the cover - the "I'm too sexy for my dress" babe on ...
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