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  • Fun Lighthearted Read, Romance

    Owning a unprincipled and wicked club, the Marquess of Roth has a reputation to uphold. He definitely does not want to be seen as a family man and so he leaves the wife he was pushed into accepting because of a strained father-son bond. Isobel, the new Marquess of Roth has decided three years of exile and total silence from her philander of her husband according to the gossip rags is no longer going to be tolerated! She decides to journey to London on his territory and become a seductress to catch his attention. Fireworks erupt when he discovers her arrival and how much she has changes from the young naive girl he first married. The author makes the characters fun and fresh! I was wanting to turn the pages to see what would develop next. I definitely would recommend this book! I received a free advanced copy from NetGalley and these are my willingly given thoughts and opinions.

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  • A Great Time!

    I had a great time with this book! I fell in love with the first book in this series of stand-alone novels, The Beast of Beswick, so I was really eager to read this book. I went into this book with pretty high expectations and I was not disappointed. The story pulled me in right away and I was hooked until the end by this pair of characters. The book opens with Winter and Isobel's wedding. After their wedding night, he leaves his wife at his father's estate and goes back to London where he remains for the next three years. Isobel has grown up a lot during those three years and now writes an infamous advice column along with her best friend. When she reads the newest gossip headline involving her husband, she is furious and decides it is time to go to London herself. I loved these characters. Isobel knew what she wanted and wasn't afraid to take steps to make it happen. She sometimes does things that would be considered improper which I loved. Winter doesn't feel like he deserves to be loved or truly happy so he has kept his wife at a distance even though he is drawn to her. He works very hard at making his rather scandalous club a success. He has a lot of things to work through and Isobel is more than willing to help him do it. I loved the chemistry between these characters and their banter was a whole lot of fun. I really liked how original this story was. I don't read a ton of historical fiction but the genre is not new to me by any stretch. This book started with the couple getting married and then we get to see them fall for each other instead of the other way around. Isobel was a lot more assertive than I am used to seeing and I loved her for it. I think that the author did a fantastic job of creating two characters that were perfect for each other in this book. I would recommend this book to fans of historical romance. I thought that this book was a lot of fun, filled with great characters, and had a good dose of excitement to keep things interesting. I definitely plan to read more of this talented author's work in the future. I received a digital review copy of this book from Entangled: Amara via NetGalley.

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  • He's no rake

    He's no rake. No.pe. Winter, the Marquess of Roth, is a changed man. The catalyst is his beloved sister Prue's death. Winter was very young (21) when he married Isobel (whom we met in Beast of Beswick). At that point, he had undergone a metamorphosis from a rake to someone leading a double life with a purpose and a voracious need for money. Isobel was even younger when she married Winter, a mere teenager, now, three years later, she, too is leading a double life of sorts. She is the writer Lady Darcy, a scandalous cross between Jane Austen and Fanny Hill. For three years, she's had to simmer in resentment, hurt and anger over Winters supposed notorious infidelities. After the briefest of consummations after their nuptials, they have lived apart with no contact for three years. And this is where their story really begins, after three years of marriage. Smart, a little bit angsty, definitely sensual, its a great match up between two people meant for each other but who are living double lives. Recommend.

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  • Marriage of Convenience Becomes So Much More!

    This book of historical fiction/romance was a very entertaining read. It had all the intricacies usually found in the Victorian age romance books, with an emphasis on romance. In this book, the handsome and rakish Marquess of Roth, Winter Vance, marries Miss Isobel Everleigh in a marriage of convenience in order to save her from what could be a disastrous scandal and villainous Earl. However, Winter has vowed to never wed, so he takes his bride home, beds her so that she is truly his wife, and then leaves her at the country estate to return to London. Three years later he finds Lady Isobel at his London home, much changed and ready to resume their marriage and all that entails. The sexual tension between these two is very evident and cannot be ignored by either of them. The love that strengthens as they spend more time together becomes evident to all except Roth, and reluctantly by Isobel. The character of Clarissa brings much humor and friendship to the story, as she and Isobel are together the infamous Lady Darcy of the scandal sheets. Family drama and danger intersperses with heart-stopping love scenes to make this book one that keeps you turning the pages and not wanting to put it down. All thoughts and opinions are my own. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing LLC for the opportunity. #NetGalley #TheRakehellofRoth #EntangledPublishingLLC

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  • Battle Roy

    A battle royal ensues Isabel challenges Winter to make him want her. Along with her best friend Cassie they stir up all kinds of delightful trouble. Melting Winter’s icy heart becomes a war fought on many fronts. There are other forces at work determined to see them stay apart. Together they have to fight to fend them off and see that their marriage survive.

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