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    Historical Romance

    Lady No Says Yes by Jess Michaels The Scandal Sheet #3 Lady Sophie has been saying NO to dances, walks in the park and just about anything a young man might ask her to do since her coming out nearly four years ago. She has reasons to do so that eventually come out later in the novella but when challenged to start saying YES she surprises herself by hoping she might find the right man to marry – a man who will let her retain her independence and quirks and actually love her. Honorable Rowan Sinclair, third son of the Earl of Terrington suddenly finds himself in need of money and having eyed Lady Sophie over the years contemplates wooing her. At first he might believe it is just for the money she will provide but later...perhaps the money is less important. This book has loving and despicable relatives, balls, wonderful outfits, some steamy moments and eventually...a HEA. Did I enjoy this book? Yes Did I feel the main lead characters were suited to one another? Yes Would I like to read more in the series? Definitely Thank you to NetGalley and The Passionate Pen for the ARC – This is my honest review. 4 Stars
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    Loved this story!

    The Scandal Sheet "All in Society are well aware of the famous-or is it infamous?-Lady No. The lady seems determined to enter into spinsterhood." Her aunt Louisa read out loud and Lady Sophie could not help but laugh. But her aunt told her it was about her! So that was her moniker but she could just not say yes to getting hurt and being married only for her money. Not as she had seen her parents life. Then her aunt asked her for this, her fourth season to say yes. Yes to dancing, walking with a gentleman and trying to enjoy herself! Rowan Sinclair had just been cut off his meager inheritance by his older stepbrother. He needed those funds to help support his art. So now he needed to look for a rich wife. But as he finds out about Sophie and that she might say yes to a suitor, he decides to see what will happen. But who knew he might actually fall in love? What will she think when she finds out that he does need money? Although a novella, Jess Michaels always gets a full story in that I love! These two needed each other, I could only hope they would find their way by the end!! Love this series!!
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    Too short

    Lady No is a cute short story about Lady Sophie. She has earned the reputation of saying "No" to all offers, all requests. She does it to protect her heart. She was greatly effected by the one sided relationship her parents had, where her mother loved her father despite his philandering ways. She does not want to become her mother and she has no trust in men. Lord Rowan is the 3rd son of an Earl. He was the son of a 2nd marriage. He is a very talented painter. His father supported him in pursuing his talent by supporting him financially. When his father dies and his older half brother becomes Earl, he cuts him off. Two people who have been effected by their families. Can they find happiness with each other? It wont be easy. I liked this story. It was just too short. There was the potential for so much more. I felt a lot was left unsaid or missing. I also thought for such a short story to have 2 full sex scenes was a little too much. I give this 3 1/2 stars.
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    Sweet and steamy

    I like big books and I cannot lie. However, sometimes I just crave a quick, engaging read. I have found that Jess Michaels pens sweet, steamy and heartfelt novellas that totally fit the bill. I have quickly become a very big fan of hers. I especially enjoy The Scandal Sheet series. Lady Sophie has earned the nickname "Lady No". She doesn't like to go to ton events and when she does, she turns potential suitors down. She was deeply affected by the poor way her father treated her mother; said treatment led to their deaths when Sophie was very young. She became "Lady No" to protect her heart. When her nickname appeared in the scandal sheet, her aunt challenged her to actually say yes when confronted by suitors.I Rowan Sinclair, an artist, is the third and youngest son of an earl. When his beloved father dies, his older stepbrothers figure a way for Rowan to lose the allowance his father gave him. Left totally without funds, he needs income. And there, at a ball, is Sophie, she of the huge dowry. Normally I would despise a gold digger like Rowan, but he was just so darn likeable. He didn't like what he felt he had to do, plus he was very attracted to Sophie. The feeling was quite mutual. Sparks flew like mad whenever they were together. Though novellas tend to be short on character development, I didn't feel like anything was left out...the relationship felt real and full bodied. I eagerly await the next installment. I received an ARC of this book courtesy of the publisher and NetGalley. I received no compensation for my review, and all thoughts and opinions are entirely my own.
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    The Dance of Love

    This book will take you to a time when love was not even considered when getting married among the aristocracy in England. In Sophie and Rowan we see a couple seeking opposite goals, but it is Sophie’s desire for love in her marriage that drives the story. Giving in to fears can lead to an unhappy and lonely life. But realizing where those fears come from can lead to overcoming them. Each has their reasons. Luckily for Sophie, she has her aunt giving her advice to help her along the way. Mainly though it is Sophie and Rowan who dance around what they want in life and what is socially acceptable. To find out more, read this heartwarming book! I received an arc from NetGalley in exchange for my honest review.
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