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  • Could he find the person who killed his brother?

    Roderick and Sullivan Chase are the two older brothers of the five. He is a soldier and goes off to war. He has been gone five years. When he returns, he finds out Roderick is dead and has been for two years. Nobody notified him. Thomas, third in line has taken up Sullivan's responsibilities. He and his older brother were the best of friends. The way he died leads Sullivan to believe he was murdered, but by whom? Matilda Ramsey, a sweet but independent lady. She thought Sullivan was Sloth full. She felt Thomas was being taken advantage of, guess by who. On the way home from the ball she got stranded the wheel on her carriage broke. As he was passing he helped her out. They ended up in an Inn. When they got home the next day she was called to her father's study. Sullivan was there with his mother and her parents. Someone had seen them at the Inn. The story was wonderful. The way they bantered back and forth you actually thought they hated each other. But he cared for her but she spent time thinking about him and how great he looked. The characters were charming and delightful. It was important to her, she remains with the League it was the only thing she did by herself and she was proud of it. As she should have been. I received this ARC from Net Galley and voluntarily reviewed this.

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  • First-rate piece.

    Tilly’s sister is a regular witch and what she said in the last chapter was so cutting. Matilda Brooks is one special lady as you read the book you will understand why I say this. Sullivan is a wonderful hero! This enemies-to-lovers romance was a splendid book. I liked the author's style and the dialogue she wrote, it made the story come alive. This was an excellent book that I am happy to recommend. I did receive a free copy of this book and voluntarily chose to review it.

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  • Great chemistry

    When Tilly's carriage breaks down, Sullivan comes to her rescue. They're practically family, after all—his brother is married to her sister—so surely there can be no impropriety when a rainstorm forces them to spend the night at an inn. Except there's only one room available…and London's most notorious gossip sees them leave it together. Sullivan is the last man Tilly wants to marry—every word from his mouth infuriates her—but it's the only way to save her reputation. She's even more distressed when, on their wedding day, he forbids her to continue her work with the Ladies of Virtue. Rescuing orphans from a life of crime is the focus of her life, even if it can be dangerous. But Sullivan has his reasons, though he hides them from Tilly. When she learns the truth, can their marriage survive? The chemistry between Tilly and Sullivan is hot, hot, hot. It's clear they belong together, no matter how much the two of them resist the attraction. The plot is brisk, and the writing sparkles with touches of humor. The steamy scenes are well done and include some light power exchange. Thanks, NetGalley, for the ARC I received. This is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • Dislike to marriage

    Dislike to marriage. Matilda "Tilly" doesn't like Sullivan. He teases her and has his own set of problems. Its a mashup of tropes, enemies to lovers, one bed, forced to offer for her. What worked? I liked Sullivan (perhaps not his teasing, that felt like elementary school with hair pulling). What didn't? It got repetitive with Tilly's lack of self confidence and her going on and on about her looks, or lack thereof. Recommend.

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  • Book 4 Lords of Vice series

    This is book 4 in the Lords of Vice series. Although it can be read as a stand alone, it would be better to have read the previous books. Matilda (Tilly) is a member of The Ladies of Virtue society. They make it their mission to help the Lords of Vice correct their bad ways. Sullivan is a second son who serves in the military. When he comes home he finds out his older brother has died and he is now the Viscount. His brother Thomas has taken over the estates and failed to notify him of the passing of his brother. Matilda feels that Sullivan needs help in correcting his slothful ways. So she decides to help him straighten out. After being caught in a compromising situation, they have to marry. The chemistry between them is hot!!! But there are so many things against them, including his brother, Thomas who may have killed Sullivan's older brother. The story, the chemistry was great . I loved Matilda and Sullivan's story. My only criticism is that the story's secondary storyline, which wove through out the book, was that of Thomas and whether he did or didn't kill Roderick. That was never answered. The story ended kind of abruptly. I was disappointed in that. Solve that and this book would have been great. Hence only 4⭐⭐⭐⭐.

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