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    Loved it!

    The Earl in My Bed by Stacy Reid is book Two in the Rebellious Desires Series. This is the story of Daphne Wentworth, Countess Carrington and Sylvester Wentworth, Earl of Carrington. I have read the previous book (and loved it!) but feel this can easily be a standalone book if you choose to do so. Daphne and Sylvester are married they didn't live as man and wife. Daphne was young and went along with her father's wishes. Not knowing what all her father had done to ensure the marriage but soon learned afterwards. Sylvester may have married Daphne but he made sure to keep his distance from her. Now years later Daphne isn't the young girl with dreams... she just wants out of this non existence marriage. But now Sylvester has a change of heart about his marriage after coming close to dying. But now his wife has turned away and he has to convince her to give their marriage a chance. I Love Ms. Reid's books so this was a joy to read. Couldn't put it down!
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    Wonderful read

    Daphne and Sylvester's story was a very passionate, sensual, and heart moving read. He was blackmailed into marrying her and when he resisted his sister tried to kill herself for you see the blackmail was about her secrets. I ached for him and I understood the anger he had toward his wife's family. the heartbreak of almost losing his sister kept him fro his wife for six years. He spent most of that tie abroad fighting to end slavery. He is almost killed and that shakes hi enough to try and see the woman before him. daphe herself was wonderful and I enjoyed the chase she gave him. the weeks they spent together getting to know each other was wonderful and I did not want the story to end. I recommend
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    Historical Romance - 2nd Chance Romance

    The Earl in My Bed by Stacy Reid Rebellious Desires #2 For six years Daphne and Sylvester have been married to one another but have never really been a true husband and wife with all that entails. Their marriage is a sham with no intimacy, not much conversation and little interaction at all…the marriage could easily be annulled if either party should want to. Daphne acquired the status and position her father desired for her, she married a man she admired until she actually found out what being married to him would entail. Her father’s blackmail of Sylvester to get him to the altar definitely backfired putting the kibosh on the husband wanting anything to do with his wife…until…his wife was willing to do almost anything necessary to be free of her marriage. This is, to me, a highly unbelievable story. True, Daphne was naïve when she married and Sylvester was unbending and chilly to the extreme but still, I can’t see how six years would impact the two of them as it did or that Daphne had grown up or matured much in the six years if she really believed scandal and divorce would be preferable to her husband’s offer to make the marriage more than the empty situation it had previously been. Women in that time did not have rights so Daphne’s defiance and desires seemed a bit unreal…more than a bit, actually. I kept thinking, “Really?” That said, the writing was well done, the story provided some history of the slave trade and abolition movement, there were some secrets unearthed about family and others that were…perhaps…surprising and Daphne and Sylvester did eventually manage to come to terms with one another and have a shot at a happy ending. I read the first book in the series and am glad I read this one and look forward to reading the third book to see what will happen next. It is not essential to read book one before book two. I was surprised that the couple in this story is not one of the characters I enjoyed reading about in book one. Thank you to NetGalley and Entangled Publishing for the ARC – This is my honest review. 3-4 Stars
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    Enjoyable read!

    * Mild Spoliers What I Liked There was blame too share No one was blameless and I really liked that. Both parties had made mistakes, let others affect their marriage and had let their emotions rule over logic. I like this because no one is a saint and we all make mistakes especially in the heat of the moment. It helped to make them feel more human.   Character development The development of the Heroine and Hero was done very well and mixed well with their own personal development during the story. I felt a lot of heartache at the start of the book for both the characters situations. Sylvester had a right to be angry but he shouldn't have taken it out on Daphne. Although Daphne was very unhappy in her marriage and had valid reasons for wanting out. She should have been more proactive in fixing her marriage in the first place.  Reading the main characters coming to terms with this was an interesting read.   The Subplots I really enjoy the information in books in regards to the social and political climate they are set during. It makes them feel like the characters have lives besides each other, which to me helps enhance the believability of the story. So the addition of Sylvester's Anti-slavery work and Daphne's orphanage help create more 3-dimensional characters. Daphne's and Sylvester's Fidelity Even though they had both endured a loveless marriage neither of them broke their vows. This is more indicative of how they feel about marriage rather than each other. I liked that both parties whether or not they meant to, were technically still loyal to their view of marriage and even when Daphne wanted out it wasn't because she wanted to go get hitched to someone else it was for her own freedom and happiness. Neither of them flew into the arms of someone else at the first sign of trouble or even after a great deal of it.  What I Didn't Like Daphne's lack of commitment to fixing her marriage I mean I guess this is just me but I would have pushed to know what was up. Six years! Mate, I probably would have trouble handling six months of cold indifference I would have liked Daphne to have taken a more active role in fixing her marriage early on. She really has just let it happen to her. She puts all this energy into planning a way out rather than trying to fix the marriage.   Sylvester's near death experience That it took a near-death experience for the man to realise maybe he should try to make the best of a bad situation. I would have liked it if the catalyst for Sylvester's return was a much more internal one. Rather than due to an external experience.   A few crude words  I'm just not a huge fan of crude descriptive words or language during the intimate bits. Even heavy possessiveness puts me off sometimes. This book had a couple but not too many to drive me off. This is a personal preference on mine. I simply prefer more romantically inclined endearments.   Final Thoughts The start of the book filled me with sadness for the characters but the anticipation of them falling in love had kept to going.  I knew what I was getting into with the brooding Hero and a bit too naive Heroine, but I still just really enjoyed the book for what it was. A story about two people coming to terms with their own mistakes in life and realising they had both wasted time in their our lives and should have just communicated more earlier on in their marriage. We can all say "Oh I wouldn't have done that" but hindsight is a funny thing.   Overall an enjoyable read for those who don't mind a bit of heartache too begin with, a brooding hero who comes good and heroine who finally stands up for herself.   I was provided with an ARC copy by Netgalley Author's Pal and Entangled Publishing in exchange for an honest review. All thoughts and opinions are my own
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    Exhausting

    An emotional read about a relationship saturated with strife, The Earl in My Bed is a well developed historical romance. That being said, it is also exhausting. The couple is at odd almost the entire novel and their reasonings for keeping each other at arm’s length is shallow and tedious at best. It is an emotional read that can be draining on the reader. As a reader, it is frustrating to see the heroine treated so poorly, the hero only becoming interested in her for her uterus. It is also illogical for the heroine to think she can be free with a divorce. It’s easy to see she is miserable but divorces were close to impossible at this time and would have put her as a social pariah. Despite the author’s skill with writing, the story she wrote was not one I enjoyed. Some readers may enjoy second chance romances, but this story as a whole was draining.
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