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  • Two of my favourite characters

    Impetuous and impulsive, Lady Grace only has herself to blame when she is abducted by the enemy, Lady Abernath and her cohort, Crusher. More than anything she wishes that she had listened to Lord Baderness, known as Bad to his friends, even though he had said she was spoilt. If she ever got the chance she would kiss him, despite knowing that he has little time or patience with her. When Ben catches up to the ostentatious carriage, an old enmity between Crusher and himself rises once more, especially when Crusher makes disparaging remarks that infuriate Ben. The resolution to their problems comes quickly and not at all as Ben and Grace would have thought. Being thrown together, Ben knows that it is inevitable that he will need to marry Grace but with his past and history, he still wants to give her the choice despite his own feelings for her. This novel is a fairly quick read but does not lack in content or adventure. The attraction between the couple has been evident for a while but they both need to work through their own insecurities in order to acknowledge that they are worthy of the love being offered to them. I have enjoyed all of the books in this series, but Bad and Grace's story touched me in a different way. This romance is a standalone and comes to a happy conclusion, leaving me happy about the couple's outcome. I received a copy of this book a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Gotta love Bad!

    Baron Of Bad is a fabulous historical romance by Tammy Andresen. This is a fairly quick read, perfect for those with limited reading time. Unlike most of Ms. Andresen's books, this story didn't grab me on the first page. I think it took 3 or 4 pages before that magical something made me think, "Here we go!" Grace is kidnapped from the streets of London by the series evildoer, Lady Abernath and her minion. Bad, the Baron of Baderness, Grace's bodyguard, went racing after them. Bad and Grace's story is packed with drama, humor, sizzle, action and suspense. I enjoyed reading this book and look forward to reading more from Tammy Andresen in the future. Baron Of Bad is book 5 in the Lords of Scandal Series but can be read as a standalone, but in the case of this book, it does help knowing the background from the previous books. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book that I received from Bookfunnel. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Bad to the Bone!

    I was so excited to finally find out about Bad and Grace. They have been in the previous stories and knew they would be fabulous and needless to say, it met all of my expectations! Grace was kidnapped by the villainous Abernathy, who was seeking revenge. Finally we see what happens to that that viper and find out what drives her! Of course Bad comes to the rescue and saves her and they live happy ever after. Wait! No it does not wrap up that nice and neat! As they are thrown together and begin to travel back, Grace tries to seduce Bad. He thinks he is not good enough for her with his past and that she would regret being stuck with him. It seems as every turn they are at cross purposes and each taking what the other says wrong. My heart just ached for these two and I wanted to shout at them both! Yes, I know, but Tammy always brings her characters to life and I quickly become invested in the story! I was holding my breath until the end to see what would happen. I can only sigh and hope another book comes out soon by this wonderful author!!

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  • Sweet, Charming, Lovely

    This story genuinely filled my heart with gladness. I enjoyed the main characters Grace and Ben (Bad). Grace seemed to live frivolously never dealing with anything more serious than buying a new ribbon. Ben had a very sad and rough upbringing making him feel unworthy of love. But when these two got together their passion and attraction exploded and revealed itself in arguments and misunderstandings. But when danger came to Grace, Ben was right there for her. A wonderful charming story of how two people learn from their interactions that they love each other. I do recommend this. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review.

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  • Great book

    The Baron of Bad is the fifth book in the Lords of Scandal series. This series is based on six noblemen who have opened the Den of Sin, a gaming hell but have tried to keep their identity secret. When their identity becomes revealed to the Chase cousins and siblings, the men decide they need to ensure the women don’t reveal their identity to anyone else. They vowed to keep them safe from Lady Abernath when she becomes a threat to the women. The books can be read as a stand-alone, but this book picks up from the previous book where Lady Grace is kidnapped and leads to the end of the danger to the Chase females. The Baron of Baderness “Ben” agrees to watch over and keep Lady Grace safe. He follows the carriage when Grace is kidnapped from London. He knows her reputation will be ruined and is prepared to marry her, even though he feels like he isn’t worthy of her. Ben and Grace both have insecurities that they hide behind with their bickering. Can they overcome them and have their happy ever after? This has been such a wonderful series. The Chase females were strong independent women who valued family. They challenged the men’s view of females and won them over. I really enjoyed reading each book and am sad to see the end. The last book in the series is the Earl of Sin, which was also part of the Lords, Ladies and Babies collection of novellas. It wraps up the series with their cousin Mary and the Earl of Sinclair.

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