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review 2017-07-04 12:13
Book Review For: 'THE DAY OF THE DUCHESS' by Sarah MacLean
The Day of the Duchess: Scandal & Scoundrel, Book III - Sarah MacLean

'THE DAY OF THE DUCHESS' by Sarah MacLean is Book Three in the "Scandal & Scoundrel" series. This is the story of Seraphina and Malcolm. I have read the other books in this series but feel this is easily a standalone book.
Wow...this book took me through so many emotions! But that is what Ms. MacLean does best! Seraphina and Malcolm were married but things happened and someone also interfered into their lives. This put Seraphina in a position that encouraged her to leave and not come back for a long time. Malcolm had been looking for her but has been unable to find her. But Seraphina turned back up to ask for a Divorce. Malcolm isn't so willing to give it to her but he does come up with a plan to buy him some time to change her mind.
I really felt these two characters needed to be together and work out their issues. If you start reading this book make sure you have an open schedule because you won't want to put it down.
"My honest review is for a special copy I voluntarily read."

Source: www.amazon.com/Day-Duchess-Scandal-Scoundrel-Book-ebook/dp/B01JFYFU6U/ref=sr_1_1?s=digital-text&ie=UTF8&qid=1499177273&sr=1-1&keywords=the+day+of+the+duchess+by+sarah+maclean
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text 2017-05-05 19:11
A Rogue by Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean $1.99
A Rogue by Any Other Name - Sarah MacLean

A Rogue by Any Other Name by Sarah MacLean


The first book in her remarkably fresh and original Fallen Angels series—featuring four dark Regency Era heroes who will steal the hearts of their heroines and the readers alike—A Rogue will captivate fans of Julia Quinn and Suzanne Enoch while bringing new romance readers eagerly into the fold. The scintillating story of a disgraced Marquess reduced to running a London gambling hall who hopes to restore his good fortune by marrying a very proper lady who’s secretly drawn to sin, A Rogue by Any Other Name is sexy and wicked fun.

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review 2017-03-30 23:44
Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake
Nine Rules to Break When Romancing a Rake - Sarah MacLean

Bah humbug!
New author for me, thought I'd like, but man, I wasn't crazy about this book!
Callie just wants to live, so she is going to break some rules! My main issue is, I didn't connect to either character. I wasn't cheering for their story. I really didn't care. I don't know if it's the writing, my mood, or what.
One takeaway- I really want to know what, exactly, Callie used to bind her chest. I would never be able to bind mine enough to pass as a man (and as the books said, she is well-endowed)!

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review 2016-10-04 07:42
Beautiful word: defenestration
The Rogue Not Taken - Sarah MacLean

An okay historical romance, although it didn’t work too well for me. The characters make lots of stupid decisions, take steps without thinking, and generally bumble around without listening to each other, all for the sake of plot. I don’t enjoy reading about idiots, and that’s what I wanted to call the heroes now and again.

The writing was good though, one of the best of all the historical romance writers I’ve read, and I’ve read lots of them, so the reading experience was fairly pleasant. I did sympathize with the characters, even if they frequently irritated me by their thick-headed resolutions and childish choices.


I learned a beautiful new word: defenestration, which means the act of throwing something or more commonly someone out the window.

Occasionally, I wanted to defenestrate the heroes of this book for being too stubborn and not willing to compromise with each other.   

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review 2016-09-24 20:26
A Scot in the Dark - Sarah MacLean

Alec, the Duke of Warnick, was introduced in A Rogue Not Taken. He is a Scotsman who hates all things English. So when he discovers that he has a ward in London he knew nothing about and that she has gone and done something scandalous to ruin her reputation, he has only one thought- get to London and get the chit married off quickly then get back home to Scotland. What he isn't prepared for is Lily, a woman who is both strong and courageous yet also very vulnerable and hurt. Their sparring back and forth was delightful to watch. Their going from being attracted to each other to quite annoyed with the behavior of the other made for a high emotional and passion filled love story.  Their race against time to find the scandalous painting before all of London sees Lily's shame, the appearance of a woman from Alec's past that left him scarred and believing himself unworthy of a beauty like Lily, and the return of the characters from the Rules of a Scoundrel series and The Rogue Not Taken make for a fun read. I enjoy the characterization that Sarah MacLean does so well. Her female characters are always so strong and passionate and the men who fall in love with them are very much their equals, flaws and all.

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