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on March 3, 2014
Kate and Wroth are sublime! Kate sets out to avenge her spoilt, selfish, sister, who tosses her virtue out the window and gets pregnant by "Lord Wroth", who is known to be the most handsome man in the Ton. She breaks into his London dwelling disguised as a young boy, intending to confront the Rake and demand he do the right thing with her sister. After nearly killing Lord Wroth when her pistol accidentally discharges, Kate brings him back to her now impoverished home to nurse his wounds. When her sister gets a good look at the man, she flatly denies he is her "Wroth". Now they're really up a creek without a paddle... what will happen when Wroth wakes up? LOVED IT
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on October 30, 2006
Kate is out to make the man pay for abandoning her pregnant sister. Sneaking into the Marquis of Wroths' home dressed as a lad, she boldly threatens him. During a struggle, a shot is fired and the Earl is wounded. Feeling slightly guilty, she whisks him away to her dilapidated country estate to tend to his wounds. As he slowly recovers, she discovers that -GASP!- he is not the perpetrator who seduced her sister. Wroth is not amused at being shot but this delectable little head strong woman has peaked his his interest north and south in his body. And now he has to unravel the mystery of the man who is impersonating him and why two young daughters of an Earl are fending for themselves at an old country estate.

I really liked this one. Two very headstrong people falling in love is one of my favorite story lines. The only problem here for me was that Wroth as a little too cold for too long (nearly till the end!) and kept denying to himself that he was in love like it was some sort of horrible weakness to admit to Kate. Kate wasn't much better, not as if she would be the first one to admit her feelings (which -argh!- she never does btw!).

A little bit more softness or tenderness in the book would have been better. Wroth was a bit too gruff, but I loved him nonetheless.

Great book! Worth hunting down
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on July 15, 2015
This book was moving fast and took several turns. With the feisty lady and the intriguing handsome marque after her the book heats up.
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on February 1, 2016
It was kind of slow, but overall a good book.
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on August 7, 2015
Brilliant and sweet.
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