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  • Great characters & romance!

    4.25/5 stars! Both the hero and the heroine has to marry in the future. To stop her parents' marital machinations, the heroine made a decisive action that has consequences and brings her to the hero to ask for protection in exchange for a marriage of convenience. Thus the story shows the hurdles the couple face in the journey of love. I truly like the author's writing style. It made the whole story flow quite well, and made the characters likable. Even though I didn't like some trope traits (nothing against the author, just my own personal preference) the author made the story quite enjoyable, from the flights of the heroine to the satisfactory ending of the book. This book won't be the last Stacy Reid book I read, and I look forward to more books by the author in the future. Overall, this book has likable characters and an ending I'm quite pleased with. I would definitely recommend this to readers who love historical romances. **I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.**

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  • Another GREAT read from Stacy Reid

    I was not prepared for the angst! Another great read from Stacy Reid! I loved both Phoebe and Hugh. Phoebe was a great strong female lead who some might call reckless but she really she was brave to travel the distance she did, not knowing what the outcome would be in order to protect herself.  I loved their banter over the course of their letters.  And that gutwrenching part towards the end had my heart breaking as I read it. When Hugh Winthrop, future Earl of Albury, advertised for a wife in the London papers he never expected to look forward to each response from the anonymous lady. When she shows up on his doorstep, offering a marriage of convenience in exchange for his protection. Lady Phoebe Maitland had planned to marry for love until the man she gave her trust betrayed her. So she runs to the man who she had been corresponding with, never expecting to grow in love with the man who holds back from opening his heart, despite the passion that flares between them. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own

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  • Delightful romance with an unusual twist

    This book tells a wonderfully romantic tale of Phoebe and Hugh marrying for their own reasons - her, for security and safety, him for her family's social connections - while resisting the temptation to fall in love with each other. The love story is exquisitely detailed with all the emotional intensity and connection we want. I absolutely LOVED the scene where he stood up to her brother (and the brother's minion) and practically dared him to interfere one more time! I was fairly swooning toward the end as Hugh and Phoebe's walls came crashing down, making way for the sweetest of HEAs. The story itself is practically perfect. The less-than-perfect comes in the form of far too many anachronistic errors, continuity mistakes, and other confusing aspects that makes the reader wonder if the editor slept through the job on this one. Is he an earl, or a marquess? Does she have one lady's maid or two? Was that an embrace or was she drugged? Having read this author before, I can attest that this lack of professionalism is highly unusual and I tried to overlook it as much as possible. I certainly hope these have been addressed since my ARC copy was sent. In short, this is an enchanting five-star romance that is slightly hampered by two-star editing. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.

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  • Excellent - made me smile

    When the Earl Met His Match by Stacy Reid Wedded by Scandal Series #4 Smiling as I finished this book – just what I needed today! Still smiling as I think back on the story and remember so many of the positives and how they took me away from the lack of internet, phones down, fires raging, political shenanigans and being so far from family. Yes, this was the perfect book for me to read today! What I liked: * Lady Phoebe Maitland: a bit naïve at the beginning of the book but all grown up by the end. From a good family with high expectations for her…one of which were her own. Capable of making tough choices and willing to do what it took to preserve herself and those she loved. I really liked Phoebe. * Hugh Winthrop: a viscount who would be Earl before the end of the story. A child raised to follow duty, honor and his father’s wishes eschewing, sentiment, emotion, and love. He, too, grew in this book finding what was truly important. * The story and the way it was written * The way the story made me care, feel, and want the couple to have their HEA. * Wolf: a special dog :) * The complexity of the story * That eventually there was a HEA and that it felt so good when it finally came about. * Wondering about: Hug’s mother and what really happened, where Hug’s brother William is, wanting to hear the stories of how Caroline and William will find their own partners, wondering what will happen to Viscount Malfoy. What I did not like: * Phoebe’s parents – seemed despicable to me to care more about prestige, power and position than about their daughter’s happiness. * The warped attitude Hugh’s father instilled in him though the father did have redeeming qualities. Did I enjoy this book? YES! Would I read more in this series? Definitely! Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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  • Magnificent Hero

    This is one of the best hero’s I have seen in a long time. Hugh is magnificent despite his disability. He is gorgeous, he is witty and he is a protector. Phoebe is placed in a situation where she is forced to take charge of her own fate. The story of these two is unusual and emotional. The circumstances that bring them together are non traditional but they find a way that makes it work beautifully. The author does a magnificent job of crafting the story of a character that is non verbal with no lag in pacing. The story unfolds beautifully with great visuals created for the reader. It is just very well done.

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