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    Witty, entertaining and romantic

    He's spent his life latching onto each and every opportunity that comes his way, thus when presented with an offer he cannot refuse, Maximilian St. James holds onto it with all his worth. Unfortunately, Bianca Tate does not feel the same way. Rather, she would do everything in her power to release her sister from the betrothal her father has entered on Cathy's behalf, only to find herself falling into the very same trap. I thoroughly enjoyed this novel and the interplay between Max ad Bianca as it is witty and entertaining with enjoyable characters. Max has his work cut out for him winning over his belligerent bride, but he also finds much to appreciate in her, especially her hard work and artistic qualities. He discovers she is his match in every way. In spite of herself, Bianca realises that Max is not the man she thought he was. Just when it would seem that Max and Bianca have a chance at a future, unfinished business throws a series of hand grenades into their lives, forcing them to face the truth about their relationship. I found the background to the story regarding the pottery interesting, especially the development of a glaze. This book is well written and entertaining and the bonus short story from a second perspective adds delightful insights into the lives of the characters. I received a copy of this standalone novel from NetGalley and this is my honest and voluntary review.
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    Just right for my mood

    Review originally posted at Romancing Romances. I received an eARC at no cost from the publisher, and I am leaving a voluntary and honest review. Thank you. So, I read a few contemporaries before this (some very good, one not so good), and I was in need of a historical that you bring me the will to read again. This book definitely did it. About a Rogue is an enemies to lovers story, and I have to say I really enjoyed it, as usual with Caroline Linden’s books. I really liked the main couple, Bianca was just the right amount of fiery, and Max was a wonderful man trying to win his bride over. There’s a bit of mystery at the end of the story, and I have to be honest – I did not expect that! Which is good, in case anyone is wondering. Bianca fierce love for her sister and her work was very amazing, and even if her decision to marry Max was made in the spur of the moment, she kept to it, and even if she didn’t want to fall in love, and actually trying to prevent it, she also realized when it was time to just let go, which I really enjoyed, as I prefer stories where people are not so stubborn that they only realize they love one another in a death or life situation. Max was indeed a rogue, but he’s so much more than that. He’s an intelligent man, with a head for figures, and he’s very good at business adventures. And he also knows how to best engage with Bianca, without ever forcing her or imposing on her, he simply makes himself known, and actually does the work for both the business and the love relationship. The conflict at the end could have spiralled out of control if handled differently, but I think the author did just the right thing. Yes, Max hid something from Bianca (and her family), but he had a good reason for it, and I like that Bianca is slightly sad that he didn’t trust her, but not exactly hurt, because she understands him and his reasons. The book ended up being a quick read, and was just right for my mood.
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