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    Enjoyable historical romance, Heroine with spunk

    His Rebellious Lass by Callie Hutton is an enjoyable historical romance. Bridget is a likable character with spunk. She hates the rules of women and that women are the property of their husbands. One of her best friends suffered at the hands of her husband and Bridget has dreams of making an impact for women. Her antics to get out of the events were funny. Cam is hilarious. I enjoyed him from the beginning. He wants to marry off the Scottish red head so he can go back to his normal life. His life will never be the same. We may have expected them to end up together but Callie throws in a few curve balls to get them there. Sexual content 3.5 one physical scene with details. Violence – 1 a kidnapping, husband abusing his wife Language 1 Drinking –2 Bridget likes whiskey, there are several scenes with casual drinking but only the bad guys are drunk I received this book from Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review. You can see my full review at More Than a Review dot com where I rate the level of sex, violence, language and drug/alcohol use in books.
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    A truly romantic marriage of convenience story.

    These two are absolutely determined to avoid ever getting married, but they hadn't counted on the mercenary nature of one certain man, nor the undeniable attraction they each would feel for each other that flares to life when that certain man forces their hand. Cam and Bridget are both strong-willed, independent individuals who are, nonetheless, at the mercy of society's expectations and standards. I loved the way these two wrestled with their unexpected feelings, and what it meant for their own life's plans. They really are delightful together, perfectly complementary, a union that makes each one so much better than they are alone. It was a captivating story, filled with wit and plenty of steam. Their HEA was so satisfying, even if it was a little over-the-top with the unexpected but prescient letter. I voluntarily reviewed an ARC of this book.
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    Great hero and an easy read!

    I loved story line of the book, but it did have a few inconsistencies that bothered me. The biggest was Bridget Hated town life and missed/wanted the country life. She hated spending time in the city and complained about that when she met Cam, yet the house for women was going to be located in the middle of the city and no complaints were made about that. I also wished that Bridget was able to have a hand more in the Davenport issue. Cam was great as a hero and only got better throughout the story. Thank you for the advanced copy!
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    Loved it!

    Northen England, 1818 A charming story about two forces, when brought together, can sometimes become unmovable! Such is the case with Cam, the Marquess of Campbell and his newly inherited ward, Lady Bridget McDuff. The first indication is when he came upon her in his home and had no idea who she was but thought "the young lady's face was perfection. High arched brows, creamy skin, a tiny nose and full lips that looked ready for kissing. On second glance, the way they were pursed, maybe not kissing. Who are you?" "I am your ward." She tilted her chin up. "And not happy about it." I'd say that set the stage for them going forward!! Her father and Cam's were schoolmates who had kept up a correspondence over the years. Unfortunately her father had not named a new guardian when Cam's father had passed away and now the duty fell to him. Cam won my heart almost immediately when I learned of his childhood and having to take over as head of the family and guardian to his two younger sisters when he was but twenty. He was determined to get her married off as soon as possible so he would not have the "duty of guarding her from hordes of men when they arrived in London. Her auburn hair and crystal blue eyes would stand out at any ton event." She was determined not to marry and in the will when she turned three and twenty, she would inherit the estate and money. She had plans for those funds to help other women in abusive relationships. He found her intriguing with her mixture of vulnerability and fortitude. A marvelous story of an unlikely attraction that sparked engaging banter and unexpected feelings that possibly could not be denied! I always look forward to reading anything this author writes and so happy this is the start of a new series, because I know there is more to come!!
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    Great story. Some things relevant to day

    Cam, the Marquess of Campbell has found that he has a ward. Lady Bridget is a beautiful redhaired Scot. She can't believe that her father made her a ward to Cam. All he wants to do is marry her off and be rid of her. She wants to open a house for abused women after her friend was abused and eventually died from her husband's cruelty. He is Lord Davenport and no one wants to get involved. Suitors are not a problem for Bridget, but Cam refuses to let her marry just anyone. When Bridget explains to Cam why she feels so strongly about about helping women, he vows to help her. When Lord Davenport asks Cam for Bridget's hand, he realizes it is a chance to ruin Davenport and have him leave England. Cam and Bridget have strong feelings for each other, but so many differences keep them apart. When they marry to keep her reputation from being ruined after a kidnapping, will the marriage survive? I loved this book. It is so much more than a story. It covers issues that are relevant to today's problems. I voluntarily read this book for a honest review. Thank you to Net Galley and Entangled Publishing for allowing me to read this great book.
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