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  • Fun Historical Romance

    The Thief Steals Her Earl by Christina McKnight is an entertaining historical romance. Ms McKnight has delivered a well-written book. Jude and Cart's story is loaded with lovable characters, suspense, drama and is a low heat read, suitable for any age. I enjoyed The Thief Steals Her Earl and look forward to reading more from Christina McKnight in the future. The Thief Steals Hear Earl is book 1 of the Craven House Series but can be read as a standalone. This is a complete book, not a cliff-hanger. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.

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  • A Sweet Adventure

    Miss Judith Pengarden and her twin sister have discovered that their unconventional family is in trouble with debt. Their older siblings are doing all they can, so now it's up to them to help. Unfortunately Judith only has one talent that can be of any use. She can sneak in and out of places without getting caught. Simon Montgomery the Earl of Cartwright collects and deals in antiquities. He is desperately trying to recoup his family wealth after it was stolen by his uncle. Two good hearted people trying to save their families and getting deeper in trouble instead. A sweet adventure for two innocents.

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  • Skip this, read book #2

    Least likable hero and heroine I’ve read. Luckily I started this series with book #2 about the twin Sam who is written as a thoughtless floozy in this book but really has the far better personality. The hero of this book also comes off better in book 2. The only valuable things of note from book 1 are; 1) Craven House is now a refuge for battered women and children 2) Jude thinks so little of her twin she is willing to set her up for potential betrothal to a man Sam dislikes 3) Theo, Cart’s little sister is super smart. Now you know everything you need to from this entire book beyond the fact that two incredibly self centered people fall in love in the most boring way possible. Now read book 2 for a good story with great characters.

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  • Great read

    An unlikely pair make it through some tough times to find happiness.

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