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    masterpiece

    The Earl of Scarborough is book 21 in The Wicked Earl’s Club series. This is Cameron’s second contribution to the group (her first being The Earl of Wainthorp) and she does a marvelous job. In fact, this is Cameron at her best. I adored this story and felt especially drawn to the hero - the Earl of Scarborough, Ansley Twistleton. I think I’m in love. He reminds me of that lovable detective Monk with all his eccentricities. Cameron takes a flawed and at times vulnerable character and handles him with a sensitive touch. His tic is adorable, and so is his “pet” rock. I love that he is so strong and capable of fighting off the bad guys and yet so vulnerable that he needs the touch of the rock in his pocket to calm him. Just a wonderful character. I especially loved how his household does everything they can to ensure that his life goes on without a hitch out of sheer love for the Earl. I liked the heroine Willow Harwood, but Ansley stole the show. “You’re like oxygen to me, Willow. I can scarcely breathe without you.’ Then he was kissing her, wrapping one sinewy arm around her back and cradling her head with the other as he laid her against his shoulder. This wasn’t the tender whisper across her lips she’d experienced in his study. This was a ravenous man. His kisses wicked and wanton.” Bravo Ms. Cameron! I think this goes on my shelf as one of my very favorite books - certainly one that I will read over and over again.
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    Instant Love That Neither Recognizes!

    Loved the story of Willow and Ansley! Willow was such a strong character in both passions and personality. Not one to let slight's slide. Ansley was protective of Willow from their first meeting. It was instant love that neither knew. Watching how Ansley just kept digging himself further into challenges to schedules that he needed to keep while keeping his hands off Willow was fun. Have to admit I loved Ansley's mother. Also, the description in the library matched the cover perfectly minus the laughing. Loved the book! Thank you for the advanced copy, it's an awesome read!
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    Fun characters, good reading.

    A connection was made despite the differences in station. Willow's determination and adaptability made her a wonderful heroine. Her willingness to protect others without a thought to herself made me smile. I loved her spunk. Ansley was definitely interesting with his need for routine and precision, and I enjoyed how Willow upset that only for him to find there were more important things. The secondary characters were a joy as well, especially Ansley's mother. I recommend this story, and the Wicked Earls' Club series. I received an ARC for free, and this is my unsolicited review.
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    Love the Earl!

    The most imperfect, but absolutely perfect hero, the Earl of Scarborough stole my heart and still has not let go! What's a reader to do? Hopefully see it released on audible and fall in love again! (hint). There are just so many wonderful things I want to tell you about this story, but unfortunately, it would be the entire book! Collette Cameron continues to creates stories that are awe-inspiring, bringing to life characters that have you laughing, sighing and tugging at the heart for their challenges in life and their triumphs. Ansley, the Earl of Scarborough was a man of routine, order and precision and when he stepped outside of his comfort zone, it did not always go well. But he was trying, visiting the Wicked Earls club and getting to know the gentleman. When he met Willow Harwood, his, as well as her life would never be the same! Willow helped save him from an attack by ruffians and he in turn saved her from ending up on the street! A magical tale that I will long remember and read again to be sure.. Thank you Collette for bringing such happiness to my life with your amazing gift!
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    Heartwarming and Funny

    As Ansley Twistleton, Earl of Scarborough, is walking along thinking about his current state of boredom and how to cure it, he is set upon by a large and burly thug. He is quite able to defend himself and does. Then thug number two shows up to join his buddy. This seems an unfair fight to Miss Willow Harwood who was walking nearby, so she decides to help. She deters this villain by whacking him over the head with her umbrella. Once the fight is over, they introduce themselves and Ansley walks Willow to her boarding house. Ansley is impressed, curious, and drawn to this daring young woman. Willows feels much the same about him. Where will this story go from here? Ansley is honorable, intelligent, and a member of the Wicked Earls Club. He is described as eccentric (a little OCD here). He must have things organized and kept in his order, and schedules must be strictly adhered to. Deviation from this plan causes him mild panic and a tic next to his eye. Willow is intelligent, well educated, thoughtful, and caring. She wants to be a teacher or governess, but, horrors of horrors, she is American (she talks funny). When she is around Ansley, she has a calming effect on him. This is a quick read, a lively and engaging story with a wonderful hero and heroine, a little odd in their own way, but absolutely loveable. There are some nasty gossips, a love-struck butler, and a loving, very smart mama. I thoroughly enjoyed Collette Cameron’s interesting addition to the Wicked Earls Club series.
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