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Earl of Grayson by Amanda Mariel

Earl of Grayson (Wicked Earls' Club, #8)Earl of Grayson by Amanda Mariel

Barbara’s rating: 3.5 of 5 stars

Series: Wicked Earls’ Club #8
Publication Date: 2/27/18

Very well-written, but very short novella featuring two opposites with a past history together. He’s dark, she’s light; he’ll never marry, she wants a family; he’s scandalous, she’s not. This novella won’t take more than an hour to read. I liked it, but it just didn’t feel very fleshed-out – it could have been so much more.

Damien Archer, Earl of Grayson, comes from a home with a very abusive father and he fears that he may be just like him because he takes after him in other ways. Because of that, he is determined to never marry. Over a decade ago he loved Lady Charlotte Lawson enough to let her go before he ruined her.

Charlotte has spent the last several years trying to recover from her broken heart. Damien’s rejection had cut her to the core. She rejected all suitors for years and now is a wallflower. She’s lost all self-confidence and joy. She’s finally come to accept that she and Damien will never be and that if she wants marriage and a family, she had better learn to participate in the process. Where can she learn to seduce a man into wanting to marry her? Damien of course – because he owes her for breaking her heart and costing her all of those anguished years.

Damien is flabbergasted when Charlotte comes riding up to his home and asks him to teach her how to flirt and seduce a man into marriage. He almost refuses, but she lays a guilt-trip on him and he finally says yes. From that point on, he is sunk. She is determined to find a husband – and isn’t looking toward Daniel in any way. She doesn’t consider him at all. He can’t stand seeing her with others. Thus, the dance begins.

I did enjoy the story but would have loved for it to be a bit longer and the resolution a little harder won.

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The Rogue’s Seduction by Lauren Smith

The Rogue's Seduction (Seduction, #3)The Rogue’s Seduction by Lauren Smith

Barbara’s rating: 5 of 5 stars

Series: Seduction #3
Publication Date: 3/5/18

A rollercoaster of a read filled with heart-stopping suspense and sweet sensuousness. This novella is so fully developed, well planned and well written that you feel as if you’ve read an entire novel. I love that the villain is really vile and that the author didn’t shy away from delivering the justice he deserved. I absolutely hate it when an author shies away from true punishment for the villain.

I loved the characters – all of them. Each of them was so likable and relatable. I really liked our heroine’s parents. They were in love with each other and they wanted that for their daughter. I loved it when the father tells our hero that if he breaks his daughter’s heart he’ll “bury him in the woods where nobody will ever find him”. I also loved Mr. Craig, the butler, and would love to see more of him in other books.

Perdita Darby is the darling of the ton. She’s sweet, proper, brave and very intelligent. In her view, being a wealthy heiress was a terrible burden. It put a mark on her. When the vile Samuel Milton tries blackmailing her into marrying him, she doesn’t cower. No, she develops a plan to thwart the villain and then she goes about carrying out that plan. She’s heard some very troubling things about Milton and she certainly doesn’t want him anywhere near her. Milton didn’t care about her money, he cared about breaking her spirit and maybe even killing her.

Vaughn, Viscount Darlington, is known as The Devil of London. He’s sinfully handsome and sensuous – all of the ladies love him. He’s also poor as a church mouse, but that isn’t his fault. He’d been ignored by his parents his whole life because they doted on his older brother. When that older brother died, his parents went into a tailspin and ran up debts that were impossible to repay after their deaths. Vaughn has had chances to marry heiresses but just can’t bring himself to do it. Can you imagine his shock when he receives a midnight visit from the darling of the ton – unchaperoned – and she has a proposal for him? Oh! My!

Vaughn knows that it will take more than a betrothal to thwart Milton, but Perdita doesn’t know it. Vaughn also knows he wants to marry her – he finds her bravery, intelligence, and beauty enchanting. Reading this book just makes me wish I had the ‘author gene’ – some of the things that were thought and said made my heart sail. “We are twin souls curled around one another, always straining for that next kiss, that next lingering caress stolen at the right moment.”

What a page-turner! It is interesting and exciting right through the last page – and then – you wish there was more because you don’t want it to end.

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His Wicked Embrace by Lauren Smith

His Wicked Embrace (The League of Rogues, #6)His Wicked Embrace by Lauren Smith

Barbara’s rating: 5 of 5 stars

Series: The League of Rogues #6
Publication Date: 3/5/18

Wowzers! What a wickedly delightful novella with betrayal, slavery, romance, love and a wonderfully sweet HEA – as well as a bit of brother-against-brother. Lauren Smith’s writing is, as always wonderful, the story is well plotted, well delivered and filled with memorable characters. I have loved the League of Rogues since the very first book in the series and I think you will as well. Since this is a novella rather than a full-length novel, it isn’t as filled with action and shenanigans as the other novels are, but it is still a wonderful story for Lawrence and Zehra. Don’t you just love that name – Zehra – so exotic and romantic.

Zahra Darzi is the daughter of a Persian Shah and an English noblewoman. Her home was filled with laughter and love. Her parents doted on her and she loved her Persian homeland. Then, her parents were betrayed by someone they considered a friend. Al Zahrani had betrayed her parents to another Shah who wanted to take over her father’s lands and riches and he would get Zehra as his concubine as a reward. While her parents perished, she managed to escape from Al Zahrani only to be captured by slavers and shipped thousands of miles away from her homeland – to England.

Lawrence Russell is the brother of Lucien Russell, Marquess of Rochester who is the hero of His Wicked Seduction (Book 2). Lawrence is helping his younger brother Avery on the night they are to have a slave auction at the White House brothel in Soho. It is his job to enter the establishment and take note of everyone who is participating in the auction while waiting for Avery and his men to enter before the auction starts. The auction starts and Avery and his men aren’t there – what is Russell supposed to do. The most beautiful and exotic creature he has ever seen is up on the auction block and some of the vilest creatures in London are bidding on her and promising her all of the things they plan to do to her.

Will Russell manage to save her before she is auctioned off? Will Avery finally show up? If they rescue her, what will they do with her? Will they send her back to Persia? Oh, my – so many things going on. Will Russell defy the Crown in order to have Zehra? Don’t forget Al Zahrani – remember, he is a bad guy and wants Zehra. You are just going to have to read this wonderful novella to find out all that happens.

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Lady Be Reckless by Megan Frampton

Lady Be Reckless (Duke's Daughters, #2)Lady Be Reckless by Megan Frampton
Tracy’s rating: 3.5/4 of 5 stars

Series: The Duke’s Daughters, #2

Release Date: February 27, 2018

Lady Olivia Howett wants to make everyone happy, she also hates injustice in any form, so she believes that she is the perfect woman to marry Lord Carson, the man her sister Eleanor was supposed to marry, and it doesn’t hurt that Olivia is in love with Bennett, Lord Carson. Convinced that marrying him is the perfect solution, she gets him alone and proposes. When he tells her that he is not interested, she is angry and humiliated. He leaves and she is ready to indulge in a good cry when someone in the back of the room speaks up.

Edward Wolcott is the acknowledged bastard son of financier Mr.Beechcroft and best friend to Bennett. He was in the room avoiding the snide remarks about his birth and the not so discreet snubs. He overheard the entire interlude with Olivia and Bennett and offers her some advice, when she asks who he is, she ends up insulting him and he leaves.

Later they meet again when she is trying to find her sister, Bennett introduces them, Edward offers to help her find her sister and Olivia apologizes, she asks if everyone snubs him and is upset to learn that they do. She decides that she can help him (after all helping is what she does best), and then Bennett will see how wonderful she is and realize that he should marry her.

When Edward gets home that night, his father tells him that he is ill and only has months to live. He wants to see Edward settled and accepted before he dies and makes him promise to find a suitable wife. Edward agrees to try. The next day Bennett asks him to distract Lady Olivia and turn her interest elsewhere. Edward doesn’t understand why Bennett is not as captivated by her as he is, but he agrees.

When Olivia sees Edward later, she launches her plan to help him. He confesses that he needs to find a bride and offers her a large donation to her favorite charity if she will help him.

Olivia dives into this project head first and make every effort to see Edward accepted. They spend time together and Olivia begins to doubt her feelings for Bennett, because she is attracted to Edward. Olivia loves spending time with Edward, for the first time in her life she is completely free to be herself and she likes it. She invites him and his father to dinner and hopes to further his social acceptance and find him a bride – a plan that isn’t nearly as appealing as it started out being.

When her mother humiliates her at dinner and she runs out, Edward comes to comfort her and she kisses him. Later she tries to remind herself that it is Bennett she loves and she is trying to find a wife for Edward, not marry him herself. When Edward announces that he is returning to the country with his father and says that he will send her the donation, she kisses him – again. He kisses her back and then tells her this is goodbye. Olivia doesn’t understand what she is feeling and she goes to see him and brings him a gift and collects the donation.

A week passes and Olivia admits that she misses him and that she is not in love with Bennett, but Edward is gone and she will most likely not see him again. She also begins to make some discoveries about herself. She is ashamed to realize that she doesn’t really listen to people and always assumes that she knows what is best for everyone. She wants to change and becomes closer to her twin. When her mother tells her that Bennett has invited them to the country and is sure that he is going to propose, Olivia isn’t sure how she feels or what she will do if Bennett does propose.

They arrive and learn that they are staying at Mr. Beechcroft’s home and not Bennett’s – Olivia is overjoyed to see Edward and when they are alone, sparks fly. Olivia returns to the others and finds her sister Pearl, she tells Pearl that she kissed him (again) and that she might love him. Pearl suggests she tell him how she feels. She makes a plan but is sidetracked when they visit the village, she saw some children and assumed they needed help and charged in to “save” them. Her efforts are not well received and she is humiliated. Edward comforts her as they walk back and tells her she needs to learn to ask if someone needs help, not just act like she knows what is best for everyone, she agrees. When rain threatens, they detour to a vacant shed and one thing leads to another – but before they go too far, she tells him they should marry and lists the reasons why it is a good idea. Edward takes offense and leaves her – he is incredibly sensitive about his birth and felt like she was taking pity on him. He loves her, but he can’t be with her.

Olivia is bewildered and doesn’t know what she did wrong, then realizes that while she listed all the benefits marriage would have for them both – she never told him how she feels about him. Her sisters urge her to speak to him and when they speak the misunderstanding is quickly resolved.

But Edward still has demons to conquer and Olivia has to stand up to her parents, who are ready to marry her off to Bennett.

This was an interesting story, not what I was expecting and not like any other Megan Frampton book I have ever read. The story moves at a quick pace and while there is definitely significant change in Olivia, I didn’t really see the same change in Edward. I don’t know exactly what I felt was missing from the story, but I didn’t feel like it was everything it could have been. The writing is good, the love scenes steamy, the conflicts don’t drag out and there is a very nice HEA. It is the second book in the series, but it can absolutely be read as a stand alone title.

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Murder in Misdirection by Anne Cleeland

Murder in Misdirection: A Doyle & Acton Mystery (The Doyle and Acton Scotland Yard series Book 7)Murder in Misdirection: A Doyle & Acton Mystery by Anne Cleeland

Barbara’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

Series: New Scotland Yard/Doyle and Acton #7
Publication Date: 2/8/18

I love this series – mostly because it is filled with quirky, warped and wonderful characters. The story is well plotted, the writing is superb and the characters – well – I just love them all.

Acton, the anti-hero, is up to his antics again. Given his upbringing and what he THINKS is his family history, he has never felt comfortable with where he is and what he has. Since he’s fallen head-over-heels, hopelessly in love with the fair Doyle, he has become obsessed with seeing that she is well cared for and is safe. He’ll do anything, absolutely anything, to assure that all is well in Doyle’s world and now with Edward’s birth nearing, he’s engrossed with assuring there is nobody that can hurt them and they’ll always be financially secure.

Doyle is hugely pregnant, uncomfortable, unhappy to be on leave from work, and she’s absolutely sure Acton is up to something – and that something is not good. Doyle is Irish and a bit fey. She gets visits from ghosts in her dreams, gets tingly feelings when important points are mentioned and can always tell when someone is lying. She’s picking up some strong vibes from Acton and knows that she has to take action to save him from himself. She’s trying her best to be a good influence on him and turn him from his nefarious ways, but she often feels it is pointless. It is a good thing she loves him.

Acton always manages to underestimate Doyle. You would think he would have learned by now, but he always makes the same mistakes in underestimating her. As always, she’s puzzled out his plot and gets herself into a mess while she’s trying to save him – all while she’s in labor. What exciting action!

Reynolds, the butler, is one of my favorite characters. He takes everything in stride. I get the feeling that there is more to him than meets the eye – as there is with all of Acton’s employees – but I haven’t figured out what it is. Maybe we’ll learn more in another book.

Williams is back, of course, but with a smaller role this time. Poor boy, you can only hope his love life will take off one of these days. He’s a bit of an Acton clone – but much more mellow.

One of my favorite scenes is the quasi-reconciliation with Lord Aldwych and Acton. Aldwych is very, very old and won’t be around much longer, but I’d like to know what prompted his visit and what he had to say. I’d think maybe there was more to it than just that he knew he wasn’t long for this world and he wanted to meet his great-great-grandson. I hope there is a full reconciliation before he passes.

I can’t wait for the next book!

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The Devilish Duke by Maddison Michaels

The Devilish DukeThe Devilish Duke by Maddison Michaels
Tracy’s rating: 4/4.5 of 5 stars

Release Date: February 27, 2018

There was a lot to like about this book and I really enjoyed the author’s writing style, she was able to change the tone of the book going from fun and flirty to down right terrifying and back to fun without disrupting the flow of the story, which in my experience is quite impressive, especially from a debut author!!

Lady Sophie Wolcott and Devlin Markham, the Duke of Huntington meet when Sophie falls out of tree after spying on the man of her dreams and seeing him propose to another woman. Devlin aka the Devil Duke is in the midst of a heated tryst when Sophie lands in the bushes. He helps her up and sends his trysting partner on her way. He and Sophie talk for a bit and she is surprised that she is not nearly as heartbroken as she thought and that she is attracted to Devlin – but that will never do because he is a rake and she will never, ever let herself fall for a rake.

A year later, Devlin is meeting with the Queen, he needs her approval for the construction of the Trans-Atlantic Cable, a project he is heavily invested in. The Queen refused to sign unless Devlin gives up his rakish ways and settles down with a respectable woman. Devlin is not happy about being blackmailed by the Queen, but agrees. He knows exactly who he is going to marry – Lady Sophie, the woman who didn’t fall for his charms and the woman he hasn’t been able to forget.

Sophie has decided that she is not going to marry, she will devote herself to the orphanage that her mother supported and be content with that. So when she hears that both her former crush Richard, Lord Abeland and the rake she can’t forget Huntington are both looking for wives, she feigns disinterest. Later that evening she sees Richard and knows that what she felt was just a youthful infatuation and she is over him, but Huntington is a different story, when he approaches her and flirts and says they should marry, she is tempted, but after seeing what her mother endured at the hands of a rake, she just laughs it off. He promises her a huge donation for her orphanage and tells her he will call on her the next day.

The next day Sophie has two visitors, first Richard shows up, he wants to know if Sophie has heard from a former resident of her orphanage, Jane. Jane worked as a housemaid at his home until his wife died, and now he is looking for a missing journal, he is not accusing Jane, but needs to talk to her. Sophie admits that she hasn’t heard from Jane, but will write to her. Unbeknownst to Sophie, Jane has been murdered and now the murderer thinks Sophie knows who he is and has her in his sights. When Devlin arrives, he and Richard begin to argue and things escalate quickly. Mabel, Sophie’s aunt walks in and sends both men on their way. But she is giddy thinking both men are courting Sophie.

Later that evening Sophie’s man of affairs comes to see her with terrible news – the property that the orphanage leases has been lost by the owner in a card game and the new owner is going to tear the place down and build row houses. Sophie learns that the new owner is none other than Devlin and tells her man that she will handle it. She goes to see him and they strike a bargain – she will marry him and he will deed her the property and give a monthly donation, they seal the deal with a kiss. They break apart when someone screams and a small boy runs in the room. Nicholas is Devlin’s ward, but he looks like he could be his son, and when Sophie asks, Devlin is completely honest with her. Sophie tells Nicholas that she and Devlin will marry and promises to take him to visit the orphanage. Devlin then informs Sophie that they will marry within the month.

Sophie returns home to find Tina, another maid in the Crowley residence waiting to see her – Tina tells her that Jane has disappeared and she is worried – what Sophie doesn’t know is that Tina talked to Jane before she left and knows who the killer is and has tried to blackmail him – Tina asks if Sophie has heard from her and Sophie then asks her butler if she has gotten any mail – it seems like her mail for the last couple of weeks has disappeared. She promises Tina she will look into Jane’s disappearance. When she goes to pick up Nicholas, she asks Devlin if he can get her an invite to the Crowley’s house party – at first he refuses, the parties are not suitable for innocents – but when she tells him why, he agrees, but insists on going with her.

Tina and her fiancée Robbie meet with the killer and get what he promised them…

That night at the opera Sophie learns that Devlin has sent their engagement announcement to the paper – before she has told her family. They encounter his Aunt, the dowager Marchioness of Brampton, who clearly hates Devlin. And then her brother shows up unexpectantly and overhears, he punches Devlin and refuses to let Sophie marry him. Sophie has had enough for one night and tells Devlin to call on her tomorrow. Mabel fills Sophie in on Devlin’s family and her heart softens towards him. When the butler brings Sophie her mail, she learns that their footman was murdered the night before and when she learns that he too worked for the Crowley’s she is sure there is something nefarious going on. She decides to call on the Crowley’s and runs into Devlin as she is leaving. She tries to get him to leave, but when he hears where she is going, he insists on going with her. They leave the Crowley’s with more questions than answers. They chat on the ride back and Devlin kisses her – when they return to her home, her brother opens the carriage door and grabs her – this time Devlin punches him – they move into the house and the two men have at it – Sophie calls for her doctor friend and Devlin is upset to realize that Alec McGuiness is in love with Sophie – Daniel (her brother) thinks that it is hilarious that the rake is falling for his sister and that he thinks that he can actually control her – the two men form a truce.

When Sophie arrives at the Crowley’s, she learns that Jane and Tina are dead. Even more disturbing, it seems like someone is trying to frame Devlin for the murders. She begs him to speak to his aunt, believing that she can clear things up, but Devlin refuses. They make love and Sophie knows she is lost, but Devlin makes it clear that he can never love her. She is hurt, but accepts that he never made any promises to her and tries to shut off her feelings. Devlin is sorry that he hurt her and doesn’t like this new cold Sophie, but before they can work things out Devlin is called away with an emergency.

Sophie decides to take matters into her own hands and ends up in the hands of the villains instead. Can Devlin find her before it’s too late? Will he be able to tell her that he was wrong to push her away and that he loves her?

This was a very good book with a very good mystery and several twists and turns that kept me guessing until the end. And there was a huge OMG moment when the real villain was revealed. The book is well written, flows great, had somewhat steamy love scenes, wonderful secondary characters, a truly awesome declaration scene and a very hard won HEA.

I would be happy to recommend this book and will definitely be looking out for future books by this author – I didn’t give the book 5 stars because there were some minor inconsistencies in the story, some modern verbiage and a major title flub at the end of the book – but nothing that ruins the flow or the story.

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The Marquis and I by Ella Quinn

The Marquis and I (The Worthingtons, #4)The Marquis and I by Ella Quinn

Barbara’s rating: 4 of 5 stars

Series: The Worthingtons #4
Publication Date: 2/27/18

This book is filled with excitement, danger, and romance as it shows us the underbelly of the sex trade during Regency times. Abductions were common and for a variety of reasons – no female or child was safe regardless of their rank. Yes, that is a dark theme, but this book isn’t dark even though it explores some of those very real issues during Regency times. Even though Charlotte totally annoyed me, I thoroughly enjoyed the story. It was exciting and I couldn’t wait to turn the page to see what happened next.

I have not read all of the books within this series, but that didn’t detract from my enjoyment. I did read the first book and those characters are prominently featured in this book. ** Smiles ** You might want to sit down with a pen and pad before you start to read – there are a LOT of characters (including dogs and cats) you’ll need to keep straight and most of them are delightful!

Constantine, Marquis of Kenilworth is a happy man – he has his mistress that he likes very much and his other pursuits and the last thing he wants is any sort of entanglement with innocent young ladies of the ton. As he is driving his curricle to visit his mistress, he is run down by the butler of his friend, the Earl of Worthington. He’s a bit annoyed when the butler asks him to rescue the lady who was just kidnapped. (Now, I have to tell you – I didn’t like him at this point and figured he was irredeemable. Not so!) Finally, after turning his curricle and being convinced nobody else was around to rescue the lady – he takes off in hot pursuit. Where in the world are they heading? They are on backroads and he doesn’t recognize his surroundings.

Lady Charlotte Carpenter has just been kidnapped from the street right in front of her home! She doesn’t panic, she assesses her situation, inventories what tools she might have and plans her escape. At this point, I really liked and admired her for her intelligence, intrepid strength of will and undaunted spirit. That didn’t last long. Ongoing, she was a very hard character to like. I love strong, intelligent female leads – and Charlotte was both strong and intelligent. However, she was also naïve in the ways of the world, pig-headed, stubborn, unwilling to compromise, etc. Everything had to be her way and only her way – her opinion was the only correct one. If the hero misstepped (in her eyes), then the relationship was over. Her holier-than-thou attitude made me wonder why in the world he’d want her at all. Quite often, I found her moralistic, intractable attitude overpowered the story and just made me want to slap her. She did get better – sort of – but ONLY after he totally bowed to her and her views. I can understand his having an epiphany about mistresses not always being in that life by choice, but – sadly, the story made him sound pretty weak-willed when he bent to her every whim. I would have continued to admire her and her strong beliefs if she had been willing to give him a chance and have a logical two-sided discussion with him. She did finally give him a chance, but it was all his give and her take.

When Con first rescued Charlotte, she found him attractive and was drawn to him. Then she discovered who he was – and she remembered that she had seen him at the opera with courtesans – one of whom was his mistress. She immediately shrank from him and was physically afraid because – anyone who kept a mistress was an abuser of women. (I told you she was naïve in the ways of the world). Con senses her shrinking away and doesn’t understand why. His goal is to get her back to London before anyone sees them together and her reputation is ruined. You’d think she’d be grateful. However, since they took backroads and Con wasn’t sure where he was – he got lost and missed a turn. Charlotte had worked herself into a lather by that point imagining what an awful, debauched, woman abusing man he was – and she leaves the curricle and heads back toward an inn (so much for her intelligence). Con is intent on maintaining her reputation (frankly, if I were Con, I think I would have let her march herself into the inn and fend for herself) – he follows her and as the innkeeper is questioning her – there is also a notorious gossip there. So, Con announces that they are betrothed and they are visiting his mother who lives nearby – still in order to save her reputation.

She finally told Con why she shrank away – well, actually she blasted him and accused him, etc. There was no discourse, no discussion – he was automatically guilty of the most heinous abuses of women and she was going to have nothing to do with him. At one point she did challenge him to question his mistress, Aimee, to find out what she really thought of her role in life and if she was there willingly. He was shocked – absolutely, completely and totally shocked – to learn that Aimee did not choose that life and would dearly love to lead a respectable life with her family in France. Con’s response was to immediately make it possible for Aimee to do that – he deeded her the house in which she was living and provided funds for her to return to France and live a decent, respectable life. Then, he admits to Charlotte that he was wrong and told her what he’d done. Finally – a crack in Charlotte’s armor.

The story and the mystery don’t end there – there are more kidnappings, more chases, and more rescues before Con and Charlotte get their HEA.

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