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Product Details

  • Series: Avon Historical Romance
  • Mass Market Paperback: 384 pages
  • Publisher: Avon (July 3, 2001)
  • Language: English
  • ISBN-10: 0380817772
  • ISBN-13: 978-0380817771
  • Product Dimensions: 4.2 x 1 x 6.8 inches
  • Shipping Weight: 8 ounces
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (137 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,897,562 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)

Editorial Reviews

From Library Journal

In an effort to escape her stepmother's matrimonial machinations and indulge her bluestocking tendencies, Lady Pearl Moreston dons a servant's garb and heads off with her maid to work for an evening in the kitchen of one of London's finer homes. But her adventure has near disastrous consequences, and unable to return home without betraying who she is, she ends up staying with Luke St. Clair, a thief and legendary Saint of the Seven Dials. Attracted to each other, Luke and Pearl are startled to end up in an embrace, a situation that sends Pearl home in the middle of the night and Luke determined to find her. An intelligent heroine with more on her mind than marriage, a socially engaged hero who is much more than he pretends to be, and an enjoyable plot result in a sensual, fast-paced romance that touches on a number of social issues and delves, however briefly, into the darker side of the Regency period. Hiatt (Ship of Dreams), is a popular, award-winning writer and lives in Indiana.
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From the Author

I hope you'll enjoy ROGUE'S HONOR, the first book of my new "Saints of Seven Dials" series! When duke's daughter Lady Pearl meets Luke, a Robin Hood-type thief who has good cause to hate everything associated with the nobility, both are in disguise--Pearl dressed as a maid to escape her stepmother's matchmaking, and Luke dressed as a footman to purloin valuables from one of London's great houses. When Pearl is nearly recognized, Luke helps her to flee, taking her to his lodgings in the notorious Seven Dials area. Not until they meet again at a Society ball--both in vastly different guise!--do they realize the extent of each other's deception. Still, they can't deny the chemistry that sizzles between them, and soon Pearl becomes determined to prove that Luke, the fabled "Saint of Seven Dials" is in truth far more than a common rogue. But is Luke willing to risk discovering that he may actually be a member of the very class he hates?

More About the Author

Whatever the genre or subgenre, New York Times and USA Today bestselling author Brenda Hiatt writes sparkling romantic adventure stories. To date, she is the author of six traditional Regency romances, one time travel romance, eight historical romances (most set in Regency England), one upbeat mystery and an award-winning teen science fiction romance series. In addition to writing, Brenda is passionate about embracing life to the fullest, to include scuba diving (she has over 60 dives to her credit), Taekwondo (where she achieved her 2nd degree black belt in 2012 and recently competed in the USA Taekwondo National Championship tournament), hiking, traveling, and pursuing all kinds of new experiences and skills. She is an active member of Romance Writers of America, the Society of Children's Book Writers and Illustrators, and Novelists, Inc, an international organization of multipublished novelists, of which she is a past president. For more than a dozen years Brenda has also collected data on writers' earnings, which she shares at her website, http://brendahiatt.com You can also find Brenda on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/BrendaHiatt on Twitter at http://twitter.com/#!/Brenda_Hiatt and on tumblr as Brenda Hiatt. For the latest updates on Brenda's books, subscribe to her newsletter at http://bit.ly/BrendaNewsSubscribe

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Customer Reviews

It was suspenseful and a great love story.
Mary Pat Ward
Loved the H/h in this story. a really good romance with a good well written plot and developed characters.
Amazon Customer
The book had enough twists and turns to keep you interested.
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28 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Jody on July 11, 2001
Format: Mass Market Paperback
I stayed up until the wee hours of the morning finishing this book. Pearl and Luke kept me turning the pages. I found Pearl and Luke not only likable characters, but their personalities refreshing. Outwardly, they appear as opposites in all aspects of their lives and as the story unfolds, the reader is left with the pleasant discovery of just how alike these two really are.
Brenda Hiatt takes the reader on an intimate journey with Luke and Pearl and a wonderful cast of secondary characters, adding a deminsion to the story while entertaining the reader.
At the end of the novel, I'd found secondary characters that I hope to see as main characters in future works. I'm sure most readers who are familiar with Brenda's previous works will enjoy this new book and the wonderful plot that keeps the reader turning page after page. The plot sings, moving the story forward, never leaving the reader with the thought that it was contrived, but that it is the natural growth of the characters.
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49 of 56 people found the following review helpful By Bjade519 on April 15, 2013
Format: Mass Market Paperback
Seems to be a running theme for the whole book.

Decent premise. It started off rather well, then plunged into the gutter. One doesn't have to act on every single, tiny urge they have. I'm not a fan of sex in my books. That's not why I read. That aside, it was just plain stupid. One doesn't have to be compromised to be ruined. If you want to render yourself unmarriageable, you have to be caught. Why sneak around and hide it making sure no one sees? All you have to do is lie about it, causing enough scandal to achieve your goals. I liked the hero. He tried to hold her off out of decency and respect, but she just plowed on through. It made it a sex scene just for the sake of having a sex scene. She basically whores herself for the sake of the experience. Couldn't like her after that. She spent the rest of the book being meddlesome, interfering and annoying. Running into the fray without a thought. She didn't get better or grow or mature by the end.

I would've liked to have seen the step-mother get more of a set down after deliberately trying to ruin the 'heroine.'

The one redeeming part of the book was the haunting scenes. I haven't laughed that hard over a book in a long time.
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34 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Bell, Book & Kindle on June 4, 2013
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Wow...what a bad book. It was sadly in need of an editor, character development, a heroine with a brain and a hero who isn't....uh, who just isn't!

First off she is a silly rich girl who disguises herself as a servant so she can avoid her match-making step-momma for the weekend? Then the hero thinks she is mentally deficient (I'm still not sure she isn't)...then the hero has absolutely ZERO self-esteem?? Hmm.....oh, and he makes up an alter ego so that he can move about the ton and rob them. And no one....NO ONE...seems to realize he has made up his entire life?? Not even his best friend.

Maybe the story could have been pulled off by good writing....we will never know.

I didn't finish the book and I'm not quite certain how it has obtained high marks. Often I read these Kindle romances and I feel ripped off by the reviewers, which is why I've decided to write my own reviews. This is one of those instances. Now that anyone can epub it is hard to separate the wheat from the chaff......this my dear customer is chaff.
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18 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Sandy Milan on July 19, 2013
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I have a love/hate relationship with this author and this book wasn't love for me. It's a pretty silly story with a thin premise and annoying characters. It wasn't so terrible that I couldn't finish it but it was so irritating that I was happy for all the interruptions I had whilst reading it.

***Spoilers***
The h was totally managing and bossy and I found the H wasn't quite strong enough to balance her out. The H was indifferent to the h at times and for instance, didn't make contact with her for weeks after a) taking her innocence (at her insistence of course) and b) after taking on the Earldom.

I loathed the stepmother and she never got dealt with. The h was a feisty character but never really stood up to the stepmother, which never made sense.

There were so many little things that bothered me and I honestly wouldn't recommend reading this book.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Affaire de Coeur on July 28, 2001
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Lady Pearl Moreston is sick of her stepmother pressuring her to marrying before her 21st birthday. When she overhears that lady plotting a trap to enforce a betrothal, she decides on a radical plan: escape by becoming a servant.... This social reformer also wants a perspective on the life of a commoner. Pearl and her abigail work in the kitchens at a society party. When she is in danger of being recognized, she flees the scene in the company of Luke St. Clair. Luke is an intriguing person. His lodgings, though in the dangerous Seven Dials, are elegantly furnished. He is the Saint of Seven Dials, robbing the rich and giving much of the proceeds to the poor. They both have surprises in store, as Pearl investigates Luke's mysterious past and finds the astonishing truth....
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on February 5, 2012
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I enjoyed that this book had a different spin on it from the normal historical mamby pamby romance novels I've picked up lately. My only disappointment would be that the stepmother didn't get her just deserts. I wanted so bad to see her expression when she found out things weren't going to go as she expected she was such a biotch. I lucked out getting this free but would have paid the $4 they were asking and felt I got a good deal. Happy Reading, Enjoy.
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