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  • A perfectly matched pair .

    Will this mission be their only time together … I think this is my favorite of the three brothers tales. Oh how I instantly loved Lydia, she is no nonsense woman, practical and acknowledged. She refused to follow society’s dictates, thus found a way out by making her knowledge in languages an asset. She might be restricted by her status as a woman of rank, yet she does not let it impede her to be more than the expected demure lady. Dante, while being illegitimate, has been acknowledged and raised among his sire’s family. So he is as the son and half-brother of an Earl welcome among their peers, even if he prefers warming the society women’s beds instead of their ballrooms. Now matched in a mission to uncover who pass government secrets, they will have to learn to work together, Dante to refrain from being too high handed and Lydia to trust him. Plus their instant chemistry makes them reconsider and rethink their opinion about marriage, yet will it be enough when one is a rake and the other an independent woman. 5 stars Steam level : onscreen lovemaking scene. I have been granted an advance copy by the author, here is my true and unbiased.

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  • Romance, secrets and espionage

    I really do enjoy it when I find an entertaining romance and this novel certainly fits the bill. Dante has everything against him. He was born on the wrong side of the blankets, is a rake, has a shocking reputation, and lives life on his own terms. Lady Lydia Sanford is past her prime and considered on the shelf. She speaks seven languages and helps out at the home office when her special skill set is required. Above all, she has a spotless reputation and managed to survive her youth and the ton without any scandal. Along comes Dante Rose and suddenly Lydia finds herself discomposed and flustered as she has to work daily alongside the handsome rake to unravel secrets and espionage against the Crown. I love both the main characters as well as Dante's family. Lydia's father made me laugh out loud as he is every bit as determined to see his daughter married as the society mamas are for their daughters. With the case being wound up, Dante faces a quandary and for the first time in his life, he finds his heart involved, but is he right for Lady Lydia Sanford? The romance comes to a happy conclusion and despite a last-minute attack on them, all ends well. I received a copy of this book as a gift and this is my honest and voluntary review.

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  • *** Opposites Attract ***

    CON: When the story increased in intensity at the moment of catching the bad guys, it was so anticlimactic. I feel the solving of the assignment for Dante and Lydia was too easy. It was trite. I felt disappointed. Fortunately, the ending made up for the anticlimactic bump. I felt when the danger after the assignment was over it slumped again when the reasons behind the danger was solved too easily. PRO: I loved the interactions between Dante and Lydia. They were baiting and antagonistic. But as they got to know each other better the attraction between them could not be denied. As Lydia considered herself independent and felt she did not need Dante's protection she came to understand that there was a difference between what men were capable of where women were not. I enjoyed Dante and Lydia's epiphanies as they came. So unexpected and it took them totally off guard. Especially when they disproved preconceived ideas they had about one another. CONCLUSION: The overall storyline is excellent. The characters Dante and Lydia were well written, entertaining and personable. I just feel the solving of the cases could have had a bit more pizzazz. I received an Advanced Readers Copy of this book and am voluntarily leaving a review. Reasons I enjoyed this book: Action-packed Entertaining Happily Ever After Page-turner Steamy Unpredictable

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  • Page turner!

    Let me start by telling you that I love Callie’s books! They are always a guarantee of fun, passion and entertaining reading and this is no exception. The characters are interesting and lovable. Dante is the typical rogue with a noble heart, who enjoys himself, but respects his women. And of course he has no interest in marrying... And his arrogance! I enjoyed the interaction with Lydia since the very beginning and I must say that I looked forward to seeing him brought down a peg or two... And the perfect woman to do so is the very clever, independent and witty Lydia. The spy plot is quite interesting as well, but the book is essentially a captivating and passionate love story. Quite a wonderful continuation of the Rose brothers’ saga. And I look forward to reading about the last brother, who makes an appearance in this story as well. I voluntarily read and reviewed an advanced copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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  • Perfect for each other!

    I really enjoyed Callie Hutton's third book An Inconvenient Arrangement, it had a nice blend of romance and intrigue! Ms. Hutton's ability to take her readers into the hearts of the characters which makes it so much entertaining and fascinating. Even if I haven't read the two previous stories in The Rose Room Rogues series, I felt that this story could be read as a standalone. Her fans won't be disappointed. Dante Rose is a partner in a successful gaming hell run by his two brothers Hunt and Driscoll. A respected member of the ton, he works undercover for the British Government as an unknown agent for the Crown on its most sensitive matters. He's also a rake who loves his independence. The heroine Lydia has many talents such as she can read, write and even speak seven languages. She's also very independent and in no need of a man. She is occasionally, asked to help in cases where her knowledge is require. Finally they embark on an assignment filled with twists and turns. As they spend time together, sparks flare up! She adores rakes, gambling, and just about everything Dante stands for. Dante and Lydia are perfect for each other! I voluntarily read and reviewed an Advanced Reader Copy of this book. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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