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    Historical Romance

    My Fair Viscount by Jess Michaels The Scandal Sheet #4 Pygmalion with a twist...this time Viscount David Shaw is playing Eliza Doolittle getting an education for his debut in society and Rose Higgins is playing Professor Henry Higgins...I had the sound track of My Fair Lady running through my mind as I read this book ;) What I liked: * David – true to himself but willing to do whatever it took to provide for himself and his mother * Rose – I liked her...she was much more than a woman who taught etiquette and deportment * David & Rose together :) * Richard – David’s cousin in line for the Viscountcy was a good man who did the right thing...would love to see him find romance in a future book * The HEA ending What I didn’t like: * That so much suffering took place in the lives of Rose, David and David’s mother...long before the story begins. Thank you to NetGalley and The Passionate Pen for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars
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    To Polish a Viscount

    Being the honest man he was, Richard Shaw found out there was another heir beside him that should take the title of Viscount. So he searched and found David Shaw, a man who had practically grown up in the rookeries and was about as polished as rough piece of granite! Richard signed him up for comportmant classes with Rose Higgins, who had great reputation but feels she cannot help a man. But she became swayed with a large monetary amount would be paid. Of course, money cannot buy everything and such is when David and Rose meet. He wants not part of learning to be "polished", although there is an instant attraction between them! A fun story, although it seemed to go quickly but you will want to see if the unpolished man can become a part of society!
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    Two souls coming tou

    David, Lord Shaw has just inherited the title of Viscount. Raised on the streets, he only knows how to steal and fleece the ton. When he has to be accepted into the ranks of the noble, he needs to learn manners and comportment. The best teacher in London is Rose, Miss Higgins. She normally only teaches young ladies, but Rose needs the money and agrees for a large amount of money that she desperately needs. There is more than a student and teacher relationship developing. When the lessons are over, each go their separate ways. There can be nothing due to their status in life. Love sometimes has a kind of its it's own. Is it strong enough to survive all the obstacles? I loved David. He is described as an Adonis. There is so much passion between the two that you know they scene apart. I all over this story. It's a novella, but a full story. I received this book from Net Galley and the Passionate Pen for a honest review . The opinions are my own.
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    Being true to oneself

    This is my third read by Mrs Jess Michaels, and the two previous were the installment 2&3 in this series. While the other reads left me with mixed feelings, I just loved this one, my only complain was it was too short but never the characters lacked of depth. This is a reverse spicy retailing of Pygmalion or My Fair Lady with a new found Viscount featuring Eliza Doolittle’s role, and his name, Shaw, a wink to author of the play. David had not a nice upbringing so when he is given a way to take revenge from the man who is at the origin of his predicament, he accepts the challenge even if he feels as an outsider, like he will never fit in, he is lost in between two worlds. He is a character with whom I sensed a connection, I understood his struggles. Rose too was so greatly crafted, while she appeared haughty during their first encounter, she was just putting on a mask, she too was betrayed by those who should have protected her but she rose herself and made a living for herself, why she has so much at stake when her feelings deepen in close contact with David. I adored watching them grow closer, their relationship was one to admire as they were true to themselves, I was heartbroken for them when they had to part way and admired them for their strength, but I also cheered David after he decided to bend his future on the right path. Despite its shortness, it was a delightful and heartfelt tale of acceptance. I was provided an advance copy by Netgalley and the publisher Victory Editing Netgalley Co-Op, I also had my own copy purchased. Here is my true and unbiased opinion.
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    My Fair Lady... I mean Viscount

    My Fair Viscount is the delicious fourth installment of the Jess Michaels series The Scandal Sheet. Haven't read the first three? Why the heck not?! But go ahead and read this one; it stands alone perfectly well. Plus I guarantee you'll want to go back and see what you missed in the first three books! This story is a twist on "My Fair Lady", with David Shaw as a male Eliza Doolittle and Rose Higgins as a female Henry Higgins. Yes, it's as fun as it sounds. David, who grew up in the rookeries, becomes the new Viscount Shaw when his cousin Richard finds out David is the real heir. Richard is one stand-up man, willing to do what is right and telling David he is the actual heir, in turn losing the Viscountcy himself. Richard hires comportment teacher Rose to help David enter into Society without embarrassing himself and the title. Rose cannot afford to turn down the large sum offered and agrees, quickly wondering what she has gotten herself into. I loved the relationship between David and Rose. Though Rose tries to resist him, she is drawn to David and cannot withstand his sensual magnetism. When they get together, it's a totally swoonworthy steamfest. It's not just a physical connection, however; you can feel the respect and caring between them. When Richard advises David that he thinks he will be more quickly accepted if he marries someone from a good family, Rose knows it must be over between them. Their hearts break, as did mine. But don't count David out... I wish this story was longer, as there was so much I wanted to know about David and Rose's backgrounds. But this being a novella, things had to progress quickly. It still totally captured my mind and heart. Jess Michaels is a master of sensual novellas. I must have more! 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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