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  • Wonderful Fun!

    What does it take to get a rake to come to heal? Not a blasted arranged marriage by his father. She would hand over the dowry and he would bed her as long as it took to get a heir, while meanwhile he would continue his scandalous ways. Yep. All neat and tidy. Another imaginative second story in the Regency Rockstars and this time we have the talented Owen, who plays the violin and viola. Part of the quartet of four talented Lords, he intends to enjoy himself to the max until the dreaded wedding day comes! Lady Amelia Perry, is not real happy about the arranged union either and is determined to me her future intended without him knowing who she is... It is not like they have ever met and she sets out with her brother to London. Can you just imagine how this turns out? Oh, she meets Owen and yes, he drags her under his charming spell. The sparks between them are real and they act on their desires. But can she ever trust him to give up his scandalous ways? Sasha Cottman does it again with this second addition to this series. You don't want to miss it!!

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  • Regency Rocks!

    In the second book in the Regency Rockstars series we get to see the Noble Lords band from a little different point of view. Owen is a gifted musician and a consummate rake. Facing an arranged marriage to a young woman he has never met, he decides to continue to enjoy the willing women of the ton before he weds, and maybe even after. Lady Amelia Perry, the woman to whom Owen is betrothed is not happy about the arrangement either. She sets off to London (properly chaperoned by her brother) to see what kind of man he is, and if necessary, prove to her father that her betrothed is not suitable for her. She has a plan. She will bring Owen around, or send him on his way. Which will it be? Will they find love or will she give him the boot? This story, like the first one, is engaging, has a good dose of drama, and is laugh-out-loud funny. The characters are interesting and likeable. The men are talented and arrogant, and rakish, as well as honorable and caring. Amy, like Eliza and Lavinia, is intelligent, independent, strong enough to set Owen straight. The scene in Hyde Park is perfect for bringing these two back together. I especially liked Amy’s explanation of future uses for her knife. I enjoyed this addition to a series with a wonderful twist on Regency and Rockstar romances.

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  • great romance

    Owen is book two in the Regency Rockstar romance series by Sasha Cottman. As I have been reading these books, I think I have found my new favorite heroine - Lady Amelia Perry. I enjoyed her wit and her wisdom. The hero Lord Owen Morrison is a typical rake. He is very easy on the eyes, talented with his violin and has an insatiable sexual appetite. Unfortunately for Owen, his family needs him to marry a wealthy woman, so much so that papers have already been signed and he is betrothed. When Amelia is told she has to marry the worst Rakehell in London, she devised a plan to get out of it by proving to her father what a worthless man Owen actually is. I was skeptical when I read the first book. Regency Rockstars just gave me pictures of Kiss in cravats. But I am thoroughly hooked now. There are some truly hilarious laugh out loud moments. There are a number of sex scenes. Overall a very creative, new look at the Regency Era. I was given a copy of this book.

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  • The redeeming of the rake

    When a profligate meets his match, will he see in time the warning signs ... At the beginning, I was not sure what to expect from this second installment, as it also shares the first book timeline, and what an arrogant fop Owen is, because he is tricked to a marriage of convenience, he decides he is the only mistreated party! Worst, he has every intention to never change his libertine way. I first thought him a peacock as he has the habit to dress alike, and wondered if he had any depth outside wanting to bed every walking woman around day him. Then while watching interact him with his friends, his family and Amy, a different Owen appeared, still very selfish. But when sentiments are awakened, he discovers the spectrum of the romantic feelings, and he does not always agree with them nor likes his own self. Amy is far bolder I would have expected for a young lady, yet as she grew up in the countryside, she has not the polished upbringing of a London’s miss. And her plan is rather daring, yet she adjusts it perfectly and even when she became more involved than she wanted, she chooses her self respect and preservation over anything else. She might be innocent but she is not naive, she prepared herself to face Owen, but not to the sizzling chemistry they quickly share, why she had to adapt her scheme to suit her purpose, and in the main time loose slowly her heart. They soon get caught in the intricate web of their own lies and deceit, she unable to come up to tell him who she is when he hides he has a fiancée. This is where despite the blurb revealing too much of the story, I was completely entranced when the plot took an unexpected turn for me as the author did not choose the easy path. It was not a rushed read as Mrs Sasha Cottman takes time to settle things between them, to make them see their wrong doing and give them time to correct their bad behaviors or wasted deeds. Owen is so flawed, it was awesome to see him evolve as he has a long way in front of him from the self centered haughty rake to a man worthy to be loved. I admired Amy, while I found her idea very risky, she saw every aspects of it and refused to compromise. 5 stars for this entertaining sensual read. My only complain is the cover does not reflect the portrait of Owen as he is described with longer hair, and very specific details. I was granted an advance copy by the author, prior to it I preordered my own. Here is my true and unbiased opinion.

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  • An Original and Fun Series

    Owen is the second 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 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. A storyline of regency rock stars that were noble gentleman was original and very entertaining. It was a wonderful book to add to the series and I can’t wait to read the next one. Lord Owen Morrison’s family was broke and the only way to save their estates was for Owen to marry an heiress. His father, the Marquess of Lowe, arranged a marriage between Owen and his friend’s daughter, Lady Amelia “Amy” Perry. He had until the end of the summer to marry her and he was determined to enjoy his last summer of bachelorhood playing with the Noble Lords. Amy was upset when she heard about the arranged betrothal, but she was able to convince her father to allow her to go to London and observe Owen to establish if he would make a decent husband. When she arrives in London, she starts to scheme on catching his eye and making him fall in love with her. Will her scheme work or will it backfire on her?

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