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review 2018-03-29 16:12
Interesting story, pulled me in quickly
The Determined Duchess - Erica Monroe

Felicity is not your typical heroine. Her scientific mind leads her to push the limits of life and death. I felt for her loneliness and loved her smarts. There were times when I had tears because of all the emotions she went through. Nicholas tugged at my heart in a different way. How he handled his duties as a duke and what was expected showed a certain rigidity. His time with Felicity changed his outlook and was a lot of fun to watch. I recommend this book.

I received a copy of this book as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.
 

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review 2018-01-31 16:47
A Dangerous Invitation - Erica Monroe

A Dangerous Invitation by Erica Monroe
Book starts out with Kate Morgan has been followed and now she has a gun to his body...and she finds out it's Daniel. She knows of his past.
Story also follows Daniel O'Reilly who had left London because others wanted their goods back and he dind't have them or kill Tommy.
They try to solve the mystery of who had actually killed Tommy.
Being buried alive, whoa such details. Sex scenes and they figure out what really happened to not only Tommy but her father.

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review 2017-03-21 13:41
The Mad Countess
The Mad Countess (Darkest Regency Book 1) - Erica Monroe

'The Mad Countess' by Erica Monroe is book One in the "Darkest Regency" series. This is the story of Theodore 'Teddy' and Claire and is about 130 pages. In addition, this book has appeared in the 'Mystified (The Haunting of Castle Keyvnor Book 3) ' series. So just wanted to make you aware of that. If like me you haven't yet read that book then you too are happy to see this book on its own. As a fan of Ms. Monroe books I was happy to see this by itself.
Claire and Teddy are childhood friends that have now grown up. Teddy loves Claire and wants to marry her but is scared to go forward at first because he doesn't want to hurt their friendship. Claire to loves Teddy but keeps it a secret because she fears she will fall victim to the madness her mother and her aunt fell into. "My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."
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text 2017-02-28 19:20
DNF at 60%
Beauty and the Rake (The Rookery Rogues Book 3) - Erica Monroe

Life is too stressful and too short to waste time on a bad re-telling of Beauty and the Beast. I couldn't connect to the couple and the writing was very purple prose. More importantly, there is very little plotline and too much sex for me. This read more like a contemporary romantic suspense than a historical.

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text 2017-02-25 16:13
Friday Reads! (A Day Late)
Beauty and the Rake (The Rookery Rogues Book 3) - Erica Monroe
A Lady Dares - Bronwyn Scott
Echoes in Death - J.D. Robb

My weekend plans include sleeping, reading, and not leaving the house. First weekend in over a month that I do not have any pressing social appointments or special occasions. The next three weekends are going to be very busy, so this is the calm before the storm.

 

My reading goal for the last few days of February is to finish Beauty and the Rake by Erica Monroe (50% done)  and A Lady Dares (37% done) by Bronwyn Scott. Both are for my last two squares on the Romance Bingo card. The latter part of the week I will begin my March reading TBR, starting with Echoes in Death (....In Death #44) by J.D. Robb. I had put a ILL request in to my base library the day it was published and it was ready for pick up yesterday - timing was perfect.

 

Hope everyone has a great reading weekend!

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