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    4 Stars!!

    4 Stars!! This was a really good book. I enjoyed reading it! It’s the first book in a new series & can be read as a standalone book! I love the main male character, Benedict Wylde. The banter between the main characters is funny and witty and I wish I had witty banter with a man like this! Georgina Caversteed, the main female, is a smart, rich young woman and she runs her family’s shipping company! This was a really good book! I definitely recommend this book! *I received this book at no charge from the publisher and I voluntarily left a review.*
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    Great Start to a New Series!

    Loved the story of Benedict and Georgie! She thinks she's marrying a convicted felon who's about to be shipped off, when actually she's married a spy! Benedict loves teasing Georgie as others think they're courting, when they're actually married. The whole book was entertaining watching their "courtship" dance! A wonderful start to a new series! Thank you NetGalley for the advanced copy!
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    Historical Romance

    This Earl of Mine by Kate Bateman Bow Street Bachelors #1 Reading the book description I was taken back to reading a book my father shared with me – a book in which a woman in need of a husband also went to a prison to find a condemned man to marry. The two books diverged from there though neither husband actually bit the dust by the end of the book they starred in. Both men were definitely more than the bride expected and both were fallen in love with by their wives before the end of the stories. In this book we have wealthy Georgiana “Georgie” Caversteed being hounded by despicable cousin Josiah. He wants her money and isn’t planning to take no for an answer. Thus, the reason for the marriage of convenience. Georgie has plenty of money but no desire to wed the men in the ton that she has met already. There was a frisson of interest when Georgie met Benedict “Ben” Wylde but she realized that it was NOT real since...he was a dirty prisoner...until she experienced the same feeling when she ran into Benedict at a ball the next time. This book had the two falling for one another slowly while they also spent time trying to solve a case Benedict and his friends were working on for Bow Street. There is a side story of Georgie’s sister Juliet and Simeon and the lead into the idea that either Seb or Alex, Benedict’s friends, will get their stories in books to come. The book did not stand out to me as something new or different but it was an enjoyable way to spend the day. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Would I read more in the series? Yes Thank you to NetGalley and St. Martin’s Paperbacks for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    Fun story, with action, danger, and secrets

    This story definitely started off on a different step. I loved how Georgie tried to get control of her life. As her plans unravel, I enjoyed the journey. Ben was an interesting pairing, and I loved them together. Danger, secrets, and humor carried the story to the end. I recommend this story. I received a copy of this story through Netgalley, and this is my unsolicited review.
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    Perfectly Amazing!

    London, March 1816 "Desperate times called for desperate measures. She was buying herself a husband." Unfortunately it was to be a man condemned who was going to hang on the morrow and then she would be a widow. Oh yes, such a great and simple scheme! It would keep her greedy, cruel cousin Josiah away so he could not get his hands on her fortune she was about to inherit when she turned twenty five in three weeks. Little did she know, the prisoner she married was none other than Benedict Wylde, second son of the late Earl of Morcott, a known rake and working undercover for the Bow Street Runners to get information they were looking they needed. A simply ingenious plot with a scrumptious hero and a feisty, intelligent and beautiful heroine who is determined to manage her fortune. But fate has a way of twisting around as her "husband" turns up in society and the two meet.. well, it really gets interesting! They are married so they scheme to have him court her and eventually "marry her.". But the journey to their happy ending is filled with a mystery, historical facts that are so interesting, a sizzling chemistry and great dialogue that had me so caught up in the story I stayed up tell almost 3 reading!! Just perfect and cannot wait for more!!!
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