The Rogue Not Taken
Lady Sophie's Society Splash!When Sophie, the least interesting of the Talbot sisters, lands her philandering brother-in-law backside-first in a goldfish pond in front of all society, she becomes the target of very public aristocratic scorn. Her only choice is to flee London, vowing to start a... show more
Lady Sophie's Society Splash!When Sophie, the least interesting of the Talbot sisters, lands her philandering brother-in-law backside-first in a goldfish pond in front of all society, she becomes the target of very public aristocratic scorn. Her only choice is to flee London, vowing to start a new life far from the aristocacy. Unfortunately, the carriage in which she stows away isn't saving her from ruin . . . it's filled with it.Rogue's Reign of Ravishment!Kingscote, "King," the Marquess of Eversley, has never met a woman he couldn't charm, resulting in a reputation far worse than the truth, a general sense that he's more pretty face than proper gentleman, and an irate summons home to the Scottish border. When King discovers stowaway Sophie, however, the journey becomes anything but boring.War? Or More?He thinks she's trying to trick him into marriage. She wouldn't have him if he were the last man on earth. But carriages bring close quarters, dark secrets, and unbearable temptation, making opposites altogether too attractive . . .
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Publish date: 2015-12-29
Edition language: English
Series: Scandal & Scoundrel (#1)
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...
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.
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 ...
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...
A wonderful start to a new series! I will read anything she writes :)