Fool Me Twice
Publish date: March 25th 2014
Publisher: Pocket Books
Pages no: 400
Edition language: English
Series: Rules for the Reckless (#2)
Olivia is on the run. She finds a place as a housekeeper in Alastair's house. Alastair is depressed and hiding in his house since his wife died and he discovered she had been cheating on him and spreading secrets. I enjoyed this. The first part of the book is Olivia taming/coxing Alastair to learn t...
DNF at 9%I'm just not in the mood for this right now. Moving on
Fool me Twice is a historical novel with a nice premise. I decided to read this book after coming across multiple positive reviews of it. I liked the way the book starts. The tension between the characters kept me reading. The initial premise was well brought out in the first few pages. However, my ...
My Initial Reaction... I really enjoyed Fool Me Twice - it had a few twists that I wasn't expecting. And it fulfilled my craving for a good historical romance!The Narration... Alison Larkin was the narrator for Fool Me Twice and she was a good fit. I don't know if she normally reads with a British a...
I was super excited for this book because I adored Olivia in the prequel and was excited about another of my favorite trope: h/h goes undercover in a job they don't care about and then cannot bear to do the work in a subpar manner. In this case, Olivia goes undercover as agoraphobic Alastair's house...
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