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  • A rollicking good story

    The Virgin Who Ruined Lord Gray is a rollicking good story. I thoroughly enjoyed it. I wasn’t familiar with Anna Bradley prior to reading it and I know now I will read more of her works. She has written quite a good romance but it deviates from traditional Regency as it is darker and grittier which tended to undermine the romance at times. That didn’t bother me, because there was so much mystery and action going on. The two main characters were great. Tristan, Lord Gray was a former Bow Street runner and Sophia Monmouth was a master of disguise. They started out as enemies but became closer as they contended with events that happened. I commend the author for incorporating relevant historical information into the story which for me is a plus. The epilogue was beautiful. This is a book I happily recommend to fellow HR fans. I thank Netgalley for the ARC. All opinions stated in the review are my own. Book rating: 5 stars; Heat level: 4.

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  • Quite fresh and original

    I really enjoyed this book. I thought the plot was quite fresh and original and the whole premise was immensely appealing to me. I thought Sophia and Tristan were wonderful characters that were each very likable and strong on their own but when put together they created something even better. Loved the stark differences between them and the chemistry they shared. The story itself is well written and reads easily. There is a blend of excitement, suspense, mystery, drama and romance. So, if I liked all these things why only a four star rating? I wish the book had focused more on the romance aspect and a bit less on the mystery and suspense. I am posting an independent, impartial review.

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  • Great Story

    This was a great, easy read filled with mystery, bit of suspense, and of course romance. Sophia is an orphan, saved by Lady Clifford and raised in the Charity School for Wayward girls. Tristan, Lord Gray, has recently retired from being a Bow Street Runner. They meet while Sophia is trying to clear the name of a dear friend of hers who happens to be innocent of the crime he is being accused of. Tristan tries to stop Sophia from interfering with the law and it's judicial system, but he can only deny the facts she presents for so long. Soon the two of them are embarking on a mission to find justice for the murdered victim, and free an innocent. But of course when two single people spend that much time together there is bound to be some heated moments. Can they solve the mystery in time, and figure out a way for an orphan and a Lord to live happily ever after? I received this story in exchange for my honest review.

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  • A Page Turner

    Tristan Stratford was a Bow Street Runner, in fact a very good one, until his older brother died. Now he is the Earl of Gray. Sophie Monmouth is an orphan who is part of the Clifford Charity School for Wayward Girls (at least that’s what is says on the sign). Lady Clifford has schooled her students with the routine skills of reading and writing, and investigative skills to rival Bow Street (just not the authority). Tristan watches Sophie climb down from his neighbor’s roof and chases her. Sparks fly, not the romantic kind, not just yet. They discover that they are interested in the same murder case, but for different reasons. Can they work together to solve the murder? How long will they fight the attraction growing between them? Tristan and Sophie are so good together. Both are smart, caring, and protective. The other characters in the story are likeable and engaging. This story has drama, danger, romance, and a good dose of snarky humor. The mystery that is a real page turner; the villains somewhat surprising. This an awesome beginning to this series. I look forward to the further adventures of Lady Clifford and the girls of her school. I received an ARC of this book from the publisher via NetGalley. My review is voluntary.

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  • An Innocent Man

    Tristan Stratford, Earl of Gray, former Bow Street Runner finds himself back on the job when he encounters Sophia Monmouth in the dark streets of London. The murder of his best friend haunts him and he sees justice in hanging his murderer. Sophia wants to prove that the young man set to hang is innocent. As Tristan and Sophia search for the real killer, they find more clues that lead to connections in very high places. These two definitely butt heads. Tristan has met his match! I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book.

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