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  • 3 Stars!

    3 Stars! This is the 3rd book in the series and can be read as a standalone but I’m sure reading the first 2 books would make this book better. I never read the first 2 books and sometimes felt like I was lost or missing something. The first half seemed to drag on a bit but I did love the ending. Ambitious American meets spoiled British daughter of an Earl - what could go wrong?! *I am voluntarily leaving a review for an ARC that was provided to me by the publisher!*

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  • JAL at her best !

    Great read from start to finish with strong cast of characters and building the series The Palace of Rogues - I've pre- ordered the next one.

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  • A lovely slow burn romance

    This is the third book in the Palace of Rogues series. I found that the series is more enjoyable if read in order, as there are characters who appear in every book, and it is helpful to know their background and the history of the hotel. I re-read the first two books before reading this one and enjoyed them both all over again. One thing I love most about this series is that it isn't predictable. For example, in the first book, the widow of an earl meets his mistress ... and they decide to go into business together. Guests at the Grand Palace on the Thames tend to also be unexpected, from the titled to working class to genuine rogues. Two of my favorite characters are Dot, the easily distractable maid, and Mr. Delacorte, who sells a variety of interesting cures. Among the longtime guests is Hugh Cassidy, an American from New York, who is on a mission to locate the daughter of one of his business associates, after she ran away to England. His plan is to find her, possibly marry her, and take her back to American where he will create an empire and go into politics. In this book, the titled, wealthy Vaughn family - the earl, his wife, and their two children - has come to stay at the Grand Palace on the Thames since their manor is undergoing some emergency repairs. Why at a secondhand hotel in a seedy neighborhood by the Thames River? The reader is left to ponder that. Lady Lilias Vaughn, the earl's daughter, is expected (possibly) to marry her next-door neighbor's son - a young man who will one day be a duke. She appears downcast for the first part of the book and that is one of the mysteries that is only cleared up in the last part of the book. Why would a beautiful, titled young woman who can be a duchess be depressed? I received a review copy of this book from the publisher via Netgalley, and voluntarily read and reviewed it.

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