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  • Series: Unruly Royals (Book 4)
  • Paperback: 336 pages
  • Publisher: Sourcebooks Landmark (February 4, 2014)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 1402270038
  • ISBN-13: 978-1402270031
  • Product Dimensions: 7.9 x 5.2 x 0.9 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 12 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,410,850 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

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"A clever, intense read" - Kirkus Reviews

"Sexy, sizzling and oh so amazing!" - My Book Addiction Reviews

About the Author

Megan Mulry writes sexy, modern, romantic fiction. She graduated from Northwestern University and then worked in publishing, including positions at The New Yorker and Boston magazine. After moving to London, Mulry worked in finance and attended London Business School. Mulry is a member of RWA. She has traveled extensively in Asia, India, Europe, and Africa and now lives with her husband and children in Florida.

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Megan Mulry writes sexy, stylish, romantic fiction. Her first book, A Royal Pain, was an NPR Best Book of 2012 and USA Today bestseller. Before discovering her passion for romance novels, she worked in magazine publishing and finance. After many years in New York, Boston, London, and Chicago, she now lives with her family in Florida.

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It was a fun read and I look forward to more.
Janet
Having read all of the other books in this series I was still a bit lost at the beginning, until I went back and reread sections of the previous books.
Tawnya Bentley
The romance is always hot, full of very tense sexual tension and chemistry, but very romantic at the same time.
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I myself confess to being quite satisfied with the amount of dukes, etc. in HRs, even feeling a bit of an overload. But in spite of that I've been drawn to Mulry's contemporary series that started with A Royal Pain (Unruly Royals), the romance of hunky English duke Max and his blunt, ambitious, somewhat potty-mouthed American love Bronte.

This is the fourth entry in Mulry's series and features Max's younger sister Abigail. Abigail's longtime romance with GF Tully had come to an end in a previous book of the series and she finds herself extremely attracted to rich, successful American businessman Eliot, friend and colleague of American shoe mogul Sarah, whose romance with Abigail and Max's brother Devon, (If the Shoe Fits (Unruly Royals)), precedes this new one.

As you can see, all these members of Max's family have American love interests. That may be part of the draw these books have for romance readers. Who hasn't, at least once in her lifetime, dreamed of marrying a duke or a prince? And, voila, here in Mulry's world, Brit-U.S. relations are extremely close.

The premise isn't what appeals to me. It's the writing. Mulry writes beautifully. Her dialogue is crisp, entertaining and snappy. Her characters are well developed. The romance is always hot, full of very tense sexual tension and chemistry, but very romantic at the same time. Each story can be a standalone but they're all fun to read.
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5 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Harlequin Junkie Blog on February 5, 2014
Format: Paperback
In R is for Rebel (Unruly Royals #4) by Megan Mulry, Lady Abigail Heyworth is not your typical heiress. She would rather spend her time helping the less privileged by doing hands-on labor in third world countries than sit through boring royal dinner parties. Since the end of her decade long relationship with Tully, Abby has been spending time with businessman Eliot Cranbrook--as friends. But her feelings for Eliot are starting to become romantic and that scares her half to death. Can Abigail believe Eliot's intentions are true or is she just caving in to what she thinks everyone expects of her?

'What did it mean that she wanted to submit every cell in her body to the loving care of this man? She wanted that. He wanted to give her that. Why was she still looking for reasons for that to be wrong?'

Eliot Cranbrook is a shrewd businessman. But underneath the expensive suits and commanding presence, he holds out hope that maybe he can someday have a loving relationship like his parents have. Then Abigail storms into his life. She's fun, witty, gorgeous, and has such a giving heart. Eliot falls quickly for the heiress but she resists her feelings. So it's up to him to show Abigail that giving in to their attraction could be the best decision she's ever made.

"I am not going to settle. I want you. Unequivocally. All of you. All the time."

R is for Rebel is a funny, poignant romance in the wonderfully entertaining Unruly Royals series. Book four is primarily Abigail and Eliot's story, although most of the other couples from previous novels make an appearance in some form or fashion.

After reading several of the other books in this series, it turns out that Abigail was as interesting as I thought she would be.
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Hurrah for Megan Mulry! She has come through with an absolutely delightful book again and it is a pleasure to read, whether for a delightful afternoon on the beach or for a cozy winter's read. The heroine, Abby, is far more likable here than in the preceding books in the series and her motivation makes more sense. (Of course, I am not gay and don't know whether folks who are would be offended by her switch in the gender of her love interest but.....it seemed to me that Mulry handled this particularly well in the scene with Abby's former girlfriend and her girlfriend.)

What did I like most? Well, honestly, there was quite a lot of steamy sex and the author didn't make the reader wait for it until the last pages. I also liked the back-and-forth with Abby's American sisters-in-law. In the prior book, I felt that Mulry made too-dramatic changes in Abby's mother's character and that they were not believable, given how downright miserable she was in the early books. Here, the Dowager Duchess changes even more ...... and it is wonderful to see.

One could quibble that the hero is too perfect or that the descriptions of clothing and accessories and furnishings go on too much... but so what? It's a romance book and Mulry is only too eager to give the reader all the trappings.

One real quibble: the people in this book are British aristocrats, not royalty. In spite of the repeated descriptions on the covers of the book, they are not royals - only the Queen, Prince Phillip and their various children (Princes and Princesses and their spouses and children) are royals. Yes, a duke is the highest title within the aristocracy but a duke is still an artistrocrat or noble.

Recommended for a delightful light and happy read!
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Although it took me awhile to get into R Is For Rebel, I thoroughly enjoyed it. I do feel though that readers should be warned, while the other books in this Megan Mulry Royal series can be read as standalone, in my opinion, R Is for Rebel should only be read if you have read the others. Having read all of the other books in this series I was still a bit lost at the beginning, until I went back and reread sections of the previous books. But even that didn't take away from this novel. I highly recommend it, of course maybe after you've read a few other Megan Mulry books.
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