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  • Lord have Mercy

    Lord have Mercy! I do think this is Sophie Jordan's best book. Mercy, does a desperate deed to keep her farm. I'm not giving anything away when I say that Silas Masters gets thoroughly ravished, three times. This act is uncharacteristic for both Silas and Mercy. They start with a bang, but its when Silas follows her to Shropshire, that allows Mercy and Silas to develop a surprising friendship. Fresh, fun and yes, steamy. I enjoyed Mercy and SIlas (not so much a rake, but very discriminating and that's fantastic). I can't wait for Gwen's story. Recommend.

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  • True Partnership!

    The rake really got it good in “The Rake Gets Ravished” by Sophie Jordan! In book two of The Duke Hunt series, Mercy Kittinger takes back her family’s home from the gaming establishment owner, Silas Masters. Silas was not supposed to find Mercy in his chambers and he did not plan to accept what she offered, however one whiff of her and he saw oranges. The spicy beginning was unexpected and I am happy that the one scandalous decision Mercy does make, she wanted to do for herself and it coincidently allowed her to complete her plan. I love how she was written, she initiated moves and made moves. I want everything for Mercy! This book is heartbreaking because the heroine and villain are blood. Mercy takes care of her family and the lands that the owner should be handling. Is it too much to expect a roof over her and her sister’s head, and some respect? I do not remember the last time I wanted to slap a villainous, fictional character!! I loved that the hero’s humble beginnings rationalized Mercy’s actions quickly. Then, he gave her the partnership she was missing even when they were not official. I was tearing up, he was so good to her! I love his grand gesture even when his heart was breaking, and it was his act of services that allowed Mercy to think of herself as well as others. If you want all the feels, a brave heroine, and a hero who respects women, then this book is for you! Thank you to Net Galley, Avon, and Harper Voyager US for the ARC in exchange for a honest review.

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  • Good read

    An entertaining steamy historical romance. Mercy and Silas had great on page chemistry, much better than the characters in the previous instalment in the series.

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