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    A disgraced debutante and a wicked Viscount!

    Sophie Brightwell comes from a family of lesser means. At her finishing school her and her best friends, Charlie, Olivia and Arabella decide for form a club, the Society for Enlightened Young Women. Why should the men know about all of the wicked things about marriage, while the women have to be naive and innocent. While investigating these wicked things they get caught and kicked out of school. Now they are known as the disgraced debutantes. When Sophie gets the chance to stay with Charlie's family who will host her debut, she sees Charlie's brother again, Nathanial "Nate" Hastings, Viscount Malverne. Sophie has been attracted to Nate since she first laid eyes upon him. When Sophie realizes that Nate is attracted to her, she thinks who better than to teach her about wicked things than the rake viscount himself. As things start to heat up between the two, Sophie finds herself falling in love with Nate. Too bad Nate deems himself as the type who will not love anyone. Between the other gentlemen wanting to call on Sophie and the wicked thoughts Nate constantly has of her, it is going to take some great soul searching for Nate to finally realizes he has fallen in love with her. Hopefully he is not too late! I just adored these two. Sophie was such a fun, forward thinking girl. I love she behaved when it came to Nate. I also really loved Nate. It was fun watching this wicked playboy fall hard. Together they were just so fun! Great start to this new series.
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    The power of love

    What a ruined miss to do when attracted to a determined-to-never-marry-rake, who spreads ruin in his wake. This is my first read by Mrs Amy Rose Bennett and it was an enchanting one. She has crafted a bright and spirited tale of taking its life in hand and accept the wounds left by past battle for a better future. Sophie was ruined long before her coming out when she was caught with her friends indulging in drink, salacious reads and smoking cheroots at her school. Which of course put her marital prospects close to zero when her family would have needed very much some help as they are close to destitute. So when she receives a missive to go back to London to be her friend new companion. She thinks she might have found the answer to her prayer and the opportunity to maybe find a groom-to-be. Nate for Nathaniel Hastings is a man full of contrasts, he hides his troubled self behind a mask of a profligate. he indulges in drinking, carousing, whoring, gambling to forgot the horrors of war and the scars it left inside him, feeling hollow. But it is not his only struggle, he has his past guilt and shortcomings making him felt a failure when he is only victim of the ignorance of others about dyslexia and sad circumstances. In spite of her shyness, Sophie is no simpering miss, she can be quite blunt and when she thinks her feelings can be returned, she does not let her timidity deter herself from going after what she wants. But she knows also when recognize she is defeated. She is much more stronger than she appears to be and won’t settle herself only because it might uplift her status. Nate is so afraid to be hurt by another loss that he refuses to feel again but nobody orders one’s heart. Whatever he tells himself, he is inexorably drawn to Sophie. For most of the story he preferred label it lust but lust is not possessive and can be easily sated, when he longs for her, can look at an other woman without being reminded of her. She is in his every breath. Sophie is the courageous one as she tried to show him love is not always about pain, when at every turn he rejects her. What will be needed to make Nate understand she is the one for him, that he can, if he desires it really, attain bliss by accepting to open his heart and being vulnerable to pain and heartache but also joy and happiness. Mrs Bennett with this first in a series has opened the doors of a really entertaining and intriguing world. Each friend of Sophie will have her story which will turn around one of Nate’s friend. Those side characters were nicely introduced as they came as part of the plot surrounding the romance of Nate and Sophie. A fat five stars for a delightful tale of acceptance.
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    How to catch a wicked earl

    I found the main characters Sophie & Nate to be well thought out. As are the other supporting characters. Sophie and Nate’s sister have damaged their reputations as a result of being expelled from school for scandalous behaviour. Now several years later both are trying to repair their reputations in London trying to find husbands. Through some clever machination from his sister, Charlotte, Nate is pressed to squire the ladies around town. Nate, as a result of past family tragedies and war, is afraid to open his heart and avoids any emotional entanglements. But through their many encounters, Sophie has her heart set on Nate, but he tries to keep her at arms length. Their story has touching moments which ultimately lead to their HEA

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