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    4.5 Stars!!

    4.5 Stars! This was a great story & I really enjoyed reading it! The ending was a bit abrupt, but apart from that, this was an entertaining read! It’s the 3rd book in the series but can be easily read as a standalone. I missed the first 2 books in the series but I enjoyed the 3rd book so much that I might have to go back & read the other 2! Although some of the book is pretty predictable, there are a lot of surprises in it too! I still have a few unanswered questions but nothing serious, just things I’m curious about. I really want to read a story for the main character in this books brother, Lord Anthony! I really want this series to continue! I definitely recommend this book! *I received this book at no charge from NetGalley to read and review*
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    Loved this Story!

    England, April 1878 To say this book was delightful only touches the surface! From the first page I was drawn in and could not wait to see what would happen. The herone, Caroline Lawrence, was trying to go inconigto to a women's right's rally in the countryside. She wrote an article for the London Reformer paper under an alias and was there to hear the speaker. She could just hear her father if he found out. "A woman's place is at home." Poppycock. Unfortunately a melee occurred having to do with an egg, an umbrella and a towering man that came into the mix raising his voice and wanting to know what was going on. She fell backwards and hit her head knocking her unconcious and the next thing she knew the tall (good looking) man gathered her up and took her to his house. That man was none other than James Trent, Lord Huntington, that had been trying to stay out of the public eye since the terrible death of his wife. The gossips were all over that whispering did he kill her or what? He has the care of his three younger siblings at his estate outside London. Let the romance begin! When she comes to, she gives him a fake name but there is definitely a sizzling spark between them! But she is frantic to get back to London before she is found missing and leaves as soon as she can. Is that the end? Will they meet again? Renee Ann Miller has written a wonderful tale with humor and great characters you cannot help but grow to love. All I can say is do not miss reading this one and I cannot wait until the next in the series comes out!
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    Love conquers all

    Caroline dons a disguise to go to a suffragist's speech. She writes notorious articles for a newspaper as C.M. Smith. While at the speech, she falls and hits her head causing unconsciousness. James, Lord Trent takes her to his house to recover. She gives him a false name to protect her identity. as her father would be infuriated. There's so much chemistry between them. When she asks for James to kiss her, she had never heard the rumors about him. Now that she knows what is said about him, she resists the attraction. She writes an article about him without any names mentioned. He gets angry and tries to find out who is writing these lies. Will he be able forgive Caroline when he finds out? Will love conquer all? Caroline is a strong, spirited woman, James is a man with a past but cares deeply for his family. Characters that you care about. I loved the storyline. I received this book from Net Galley and Kensington for a honest review.
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    Is he really a Murdering Marquess

    I received an ARC of this book to read in exchange for a fair review. Never Kiss A Notorious Marquess by Renee Ann Miller is the 3rd book in her Infamous Lords Series. It can be read as a stand-alone. I had very high expectations for this book as I adored the first two and I felt that this one while enjoyable was not quite as good as the first two. My problems with the story are that James Trent, Lord Huntington is generally just too nice and perhaps a bit bland even if he is known as the Murdering Marquess. (his first wife died after falling down a staircase) When he does get angry he does the silent treatment thing and it just seems out of character for him and childish. I also really did not feel the heat between the two characters … they just meet, she’s suffering from a head injury and the next thing you know they are passionately kissing out in the garden. The heroine Caroline Lawrence is an aspiring journalist and the article she writes that creates the conflict is such an obvious mistake on her part when she writes the article based on gossip without researching the story on her own that it felt contrived. Medium Steam Publishing Date April 30, 2019 #NetGalley #NeverKissANotoriousMarquess #KensingtonBooks #ZebraRomance
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    Run Read!

    Enjoyed Caroline and James! Fun read with some laugh out loud moments. James was a wonderful hero. Caroline a woman looking for independence. But both had an attraction they could not deny.
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