To Rescue A Rogue
Lady Mara St. Bride has never backed down from a good adventure, which was how she wound up roaming the streets of London in the middle of the night, wearing nothing but a shift and corset beneath an old blanket. Luckily, her brother’s oldest friend, the devilishly sexy Lord Darius Debenham,... show more
Lady Mara St. Bride has never backed down from a good adventure, which was how she wound up roaming the streets of London in the middle of the night, wearing nothing but a shift and corset beneath an old blanket. Luckily, her brother’s oldest friend, the devilishly sexy Lord Darius Debenham, answered her plea for help. Now she intends to repay the favor... Before he was wounded at Waterloo, Dare had embraced everything life had to offer. Forever changed by the war, he now believes nothing—not even the interference of a lovely young minx like Mara—can rescue him from his demons. But Mara is determined to reignite his warm smile, and enlists the help of all the Rogues to offer Dare a temptation he cannot resist...
Format: mass market paperback
Publish date: September 5th 2006
Pages no: 432
Edition language: English
Series: Company of Rogues (#13)
The story starts off with a bang with Lady Mara St. Bride trying to get into Darius (Dare) Debenham's house, only in her shift and shoeless. Dare rescues her and she decides she has to rescue him from his addiction to repay him and maybe to win him. Dare and Mara are great characters in and of th...
how do you save the man you love when he is a vet and an addict? this book has a lot of heart and i respect the authors approach to both the characters and the plot as well as their emotional struggle. jo beverley is always a great author to read.
Wow! A story of resilience. The H struggles thru overcoming his addiction to opium due to war injuries. He wants to be a better man for the h (sigh). The h has always loved the H & is insistent on staying by the H's side no matter what. This is a special book!
The hero's struggle with opium addiction was very well described, in my opinion, but the heroine was too young for the hero and too full of herself to be appealing.
I was somewhat disappointed with this book, mainly because I expected something else. I hoped there would be more angst and emphasis on the hero's opium addiction and his fight to get free, but the writer chose not to emphasize on that.It was also strange for me because the hero and heroine realize ...