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by Sarah MacLean
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Rendezvous With A Romance
Rendezvous With A Romance rated it 2 years ago
Man, did King act like an ass more times than not throughout the whole story. The things he said to her was sometimes intense, I certainly was pulled into the story and felt for her so many times.  It was emotionally intense and I had a lot of times where I had to stop reading to have a mental argum...
The Wombat's Book Blog
The Wombat's Book Blog rated it 2 years ago
I absolutely adored this one. Might read it again once it's had time to percolate a bit, just to see if it's as good as I remember.Fair warning, the asshole she tips into the pond is a hero in a later story. No, I didn't believe it either.
Olga Godim
Olga Godim rated it 3 years ago
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 ...
WhiskeyintheJar Romance
WhiskeyintheJar Romance rated it 4 years ago
3.3 starsI ended up liking this one way more than I thought I would, but the last twenty percent dropped my rating from a 3.7 stars (4 stars) to a 3.3 stars (3 stars). Because the truth was that women in Britain in 1833 did not have options. They had the path upon which they tread. Upon which they w...
Bright and Shiny Shiny
Bright and Shiny Shiny rated it 4 years ago
A wonderful start to a new series! I will read anything she writes :)
Heidi Hart
Heidi Hart rated it 4 years ago
I really enjoyed this first installment in Sarah MacLean's new historical Scandal & Scoundrel series, which is nice because I haven't really been connecting with historicals in about a year. The heroine, Sophie, is the youngest of five daughters known collectively as the Soiled S's, 'soiled' because...
Malin rated it 4 years ago
Lady Sophie Talbot is the youngest daughter of a coal miner who it's rumoured won his Earldom in a card game with the Prince Rengent. Sophie was quite happy growing up in a little village in Cumbria, dreaming of marrying the baker's boy and one day running her own bookshop. Moving to London and beco...
Romance Book Reviews For You
Romance Book Reviews For You rated it 4 years ago
This is book one in the "Scandal & Scoundrel " series. Sarah MacLean is one of my favorite authors. I just loved her books and this one did not disappoint at all! Sophie Talbot in her younger years was just the youngest daughter and loved life. Her father came into a title and money which took ...
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