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A Lady's Trust (The Rose Room Rogues Book 2) Kindle Edition
"I LOVED the Rose brothers when I first met them in A Scandalous Portrait and this lovely addition to the series just further cements that. Driscoll is a delight and for his HEA to drop into a second-story window of the Rose Room, almost into his lap, is just the right thing." ~Amazon Review
"A whirlwind of excitement and secrets make this a great addition to this fabulous series." ~BookBub Review
"Callie Hutton has given readers a book that is well-written, filled it with great cast of characters that come off the pages and pull you into this emotional ride that keeps you involved until the very end, good dialogue and with a strong plot that bring this read together perfectly!" ~BookBub Review
"I thoroughly enjoyed this engaging, thrilling, and wild adventure these two take you on." ~Goodreads Review
- ASIN : B08VH18BCV
- Publisher : Callie Hutton (March 16, 2021)
- Publication date : March 16, 2021
- Language : English
- File size : 2477 KB
- Simultaneous device usage : Unlimited
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Enhanced typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Print length : 204 pages
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #29,114 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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There she meets and falls in love with one of the club's owners. He returns her affection but she is kidnapped by her step-brother, who has "improved" on his plans for her by holding an auction to sell her favors to the highest bidder.
All is well that ends well. Her HEA is attained after her sweetheart rescues her.
There were several improbable events in the story but nothing so glaring as to make the reader wish to throw the book against the wall. There is one very explicit sex scene. In my opinion the author would have been better advised to omit it, thus improving the book's marketability with those who enjoy a "clean" read.
The title sums up rather well this book.
And while I could empathize with Amelia, she is at the beginning lost and wary of men and their controlling way, as time passed and Driscoll demonstrated day after day how honorable he is, she should have trusted him.
Driscoll never thought it would come to it but he is bored, he has lost the sparks that drove him to do his job. Thus until he comes across a miss climbing up his window dressed as a lad. By her sole presence, she enlightens his grayish existence, she intrigues and chalenges him. And while he understands she needs time and proof she can trust him, as days and weeks pass, he is no more close to discover who she is and from what or whom is she running away.
And the more they get closer, the more he feels she shuts herself from him.
Amelia has every right to doubt a man’s action when she is the living proof they are not to be trusted. Otherwise she would not be in her actual circumstances, homeless, penniless, friendless and famished. Yet she kept the charade for too long when she repeatedly received evidences some men were as honorable as gentleman should be. And by her silence, endangered herself even more.
The ending while lovely for the couple was disappointing concerning the villains, none get their right comeuppance, they even are in some way rewarded for their villainy, as none loses anything, they even gain more than expected.
I applaud the author for trying to redeem Amelia’s stepbrother, she is much more charitable than me.
𝗦𝘁𝗲𝗮𝗺 𝗹𝗲𝘃𝗲𝗹 onscreen detailed foreplays scene.
Amelia is a strong woman who is running from a bad situation and has a difficult time trusting Driscoll. He wants to help her and starts to fall in love
While book 2 of the series, it is a stand alone story and not a cliffhanger. The characters of book 1 (Hunt and Dinia) are back as well as Dante. So looking forward to his story!
Loved this book. The dialogue is witty and fast paced. The suspense is realistic and the story interesting. I highly recommend this book.
I enjoyed the back and forth between the H and h, and how they were falling in love, but wouldn’t admit it to themselves. This went on maybe a little too long, as we learned when the unthinkable happens. Now, will he be able to save her in time?