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  • Good Story

    What’s worse than Mozart? Losing the woman you love. Lord Kendal Grant is the arrogant, egocentric son of a duke and a musical genius. Mercy Wood is the daughter of a piano tuner. Kendal is stricken the moment he meets Mercy. They love the same instrument, music, composers, and each other. When a family scandal results in Kendal being the duke’s heir, marriage to Mercy goes from difficult to seemingly impossible, especially after the duke interferes. When Lavinia discovers Kendal in the aftermath of a haircutting, music ripping drunken tantrum, she reveals a secret that changes everything. Can Kendal (with support from his mother and sister) convince his father that Mercy is the right woman for him? Is it too late? Will Mercy marry another man? Each of the stories in this series is unique and entertaining. Kendal’s story is no exception. He and Mercy are perfect for each other. She will ground him and keep him humble (well just a little humble). He will keep her in comfortable boots. I enjoyed their story. I like that Kendal learned that he could find support in both his families – the Grants and the Noble Lords. I recommend Kendal and the other Noble Lords - our Regency Rockstars.

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  • A good last in a series

    When the son of duke falls for a tradesman daughter, can they have a future together... From the beginning of this series, I thought Kendal as the Queen Drama of the team. Still, it was fun to see him going all mad when someone uttered the name of Mozart, like with the introduction chapter, quite hilarious. After, as a second son, he enjoys life at its best, as nothing is really expected from him, except to supply for his older brother’s failure, in case of ... I loved him, he is like a spoiled brat at time, but he tries to better himself, he miscalculates his actions but it is with the best intentions. He enjoys an easy life, so he can’t understand what it is to struggle to put bread on the table. But he also learned life’s hardship when he enlisted with his friends to fight against Napoleon’s army. And while he knows Mercy will be unsuitable as a daughter-in-law for a Duke, he is ready to go against his own father, he knows he has found his match and she is the one for him whomever daughter she is. His only shortcoming was to never let Mercy know what he intended for them, he confess his love, that he will protect her but nothing more. Which let her wonder, what future they may have. Mercy is no simpering miss, she works for her living and every coin counts. She also knows how to defend herself against lords thinking because she is in trade, she is for sale. But Kendal, with his love for music and his seductive smiles stirs something different in her, even when she knows their is no future for them. It is their own misconceptions of the other that come between them, they might love one another but never they really took time to discuss their couple. So when their circumstances change, it widens the rift their differences in status already showed. This last book in this series was very entertaining, it was fun and romantic as Kendal was more than the Diva from the previous book and Mercy his perfect counterpart. I was surprised to learn that outside a king, a peer was able to abdicate too. My only deception is the cover, it does not match the hero’s description and the blurb is too exhaustive, spoiling a bit too much of the story. It is 4.5 stars read, Mrs Sasha Cottman with this last book showed the extend of her talent in shifting a modern twist in a regency set tale. And it was so much fun, I can recommend this series as it is full of drama, witty banters and twists. I was granted an advance copy by the author, here is my true and unbiased opinion.

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  • Unique Series

    Kendal is the fourth book in the fun new Regency Rockstars series. The series is based on four lords who have returned from the war as heroes, but their popularity to the wicked women in London is in danger. A group of handsome Italian musicians is stealing the show! The lords decide to challenge the Italians and start their own musical quartet known as the Noble Lords. Mercy Wood only wanted to earn enough money for a pair of boots, so she walked a mile every morning to humor Lord Kendal and tune his piano. Between helping her father and playing every night at the Tipsy Toad her time is limited. She realizes that there is no future for her in Kendal’s future, but she can’t stop falling for him a little more each day. Lord Kendal Grant is the second son of the Duke of Banfield, with no plans on becoming heir. He is a genius with music and egotistically knows it. He hates Mozart and fights duels with those who disagree with his opinions. He falls instantly for Mercy when she accompanies her father to tune his precious Cristofori piano. He’s sure they can have a future together but when his circumstances change, and he becomes the heir to the duke things become complicated. This has been a unique and entertaining series. The books were well written, easy to read, and hard to put down! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Fun story, interesting characters

    An interesting story. Kendal seemed selfish and was passionate about his music, quite driven in fact. It was quite a journey for him to realize what was truly important, and it was then when the best part of him came out. Mercy tried to be such a strong woman, accepting her fate and a chance to have some happiness. I loved her intelligence as well as her passion for music. They made a great couple, despite their circumstances. I received an ARC as a gift, and this is my unsolicited review.

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  • great cover

    Kendal is the fourth book in the Regency Rockstars Series by Sasha Cottman. I have enjoyed most of these books - Owen being my favorite. But this one has a plot that is just too ludicrous to swallow - a man of wealth and title falls in love with a piano tuner/bar singer. I had been looking forward to Kendal Grant's story. Part of the magic of historical romance is being swept away into another world for a brief escape. But when that world borders on the implausible, it makes the story impossible to enjoy. I shake my head in disbelief instead of sighing over the heart-pounding romance. Cottman has several explicit scenes in the book. Just not my cup of tea. I was given a copy of this book.

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