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To Tempt an Earl by [Vayden, Kristin]
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Length: 231 pages Word Wise: Enabled Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
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  • File Size: 697 KB
  • Print Length: 231 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Blue Tulip Publishing (September 3, 2014)
  • Publication Date: September 3, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00MUC655A
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Every once in a while I really need a fun historical romance to give me a carefree read. Kristin Vayden definitely filled this need with To Tempt an Earl. I gave this book 4.5 stars and would recommend it to any historical romance lover. This is the story of a young woman entering the marriage mart. Bethany decided years earlier that she was going to marry Lord Graham, and is not too timid to make him realize they belong together. I really enjoyed Bethany’s character. She was both bold and innocent. Graham was mostly likable, but his constant feelings of inadequacy seemed out of character at times. Still, the chemistry between them was great. I also got my happily ever after, which I love in a historical romance.

While this story is part of a series, it can be read as a standalone novel. This is always plus for me in the day and age of cliffhangers and serial novels. Admittedly this book does have a bit of a cliffhanger. I felt like the story was ending, and then it continued on to give the teaser/cliffhanger for the next book. Rest assured that the storyline for Bethany and Lord Graham did reach its climax so there is no waiting for the next book to find out what happens with their relationship.

I was gifted copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
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Every time I pick up a book by Kristin Vayden I am never disappointed! In fact, I find myself turning to her books when I need a read I know I will love and not be able to put down! I loved To Tempt an Earl! Bethanny's personality was so genuine and authentic, I appreciated that in a regency novel where most characters mask their true selves! Bethanny was the exact opposite! True to herself, she wasn't just another pretty face! She was bold, intelligent and full of good humor! She knew whom she wanted and wasn't afraid to let him know. Vayden tells a captivating regency tale full of love, laughter and deceit...all for good reason! If you are a fan of regency novels, you do NOT want to miss this one! I received a copy of this book as part of a blog tour; all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Rating: Clean romance with a fade to black bedroom scene between a married couple
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To Tempt an Earl is the 2nd in Kristin Vayden's Greenford Legacy Regency series but it works well as a standalone (the first instalment What the Duke Wants focuses on Carlotta and Charles). Bethanny is all grown up and ready for her first season (i.e. the marriage market). She's a woman on a mission, who has no intention of playing the simpering, innocent miss or in the many men of the ton. Bethanny has decided she's going to marry her childhood crush, the unsuspecting Lord Graham...

Bethanny and her sisters are the orphaned daughter's of a minor Baron, whilst Lord Graham is an Earl and her guardian's (Charles, the Duke of Clairmont) much older best friend.

I really liked Bethanny because she's really funny and I appreciated her determination. Her relationship with her sisters and Carlotta was really sweet. But it was her relationship with the Duke that made me smile. He's gone from unwilling guardian in the first book to overprotective father in this one. His reaction to men being anywhere near Bethanny was hilarious!

I liked the banter between Graham and Charles in the first book and thankfully we get to see them together again here. It was fun to see another cocky, rich guy faced with a determined young woman.

To Tempt an Earl is sweet and swoon-worthy. For the most part it's pretty clean, with only a couple of sexual refs and the odd bit of bad (relative to the time) language. But the book is still smexy and romantic, but the focus is on the intrigues and meddling. There is a new mystery element which has slowly been introduced into the series and the ending was a bit of a shocker...

I received a review copy.
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This book was really good. I'm not always into time period books but sometimes I gotta give them a chance. I'm glad I did with this one. There was a part towards the end of the book where the characters start talking about Bethanny's parents that kind of threw me but not bad. I really got into the characters and their drama. I liked the relationship between Graham and Bethanny. They are seriously perfect for each other. In a time where women don't talk back or sass the men Bethanny does exactly that and Graham loves it. She keeps him on his toes. Graham is afraid that he just isn't good enough for Bethanny but she doesn't care, she is going to try and be with him anyways. Even after he tries to run away. I really liked the funny banter between all of the characters. It all just really sets up your imagination in the story and you can't help but giggle out loud a little. I would definitely recommend this book to others, the only reason I gave it a 4 is because of the parents stuff.
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Enjoyed the romance between Graham and Bethanny. How can you not join in their banter and laughter, the shock when Graham realised what he did, what he wanted, how intense these two are whenever they are together.....
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A good sweet read! Bethanny fell in love with Lord Graham a few years ago and now that she's grown up and having her first season, she's hoping the he will see her as the beautiful woman she is instead of the young teenager he met years ago. Lord Graham has decided that this season he will marry. With a little help and a nudge in the right direction from his sister Lady Southridge, maybe he'll not only marry, but find the woman that he can't live without.

I love Lady Southridge, there's never a dull moment when she's around. I can't wait for Beatrix's story. It seems like it will have a good mix of romance and suspense!
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