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Undeniable Rogue (The Rogues Club Book 1) by [Blair, Annette]
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Book 1 of 4 in The Rogues Club (4 Book Series)
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"A love story that is pure joy, enchanting characters who steal your heart, a fast pace and great storytelling." -- Romantic Times Book Club

"An utterly charming and heartwarming marriage of convenience story. I highly recommend it to all lovers of romance." -- Romance Reviews Today

"Annette Blair skillfully pens a fabulous tale you don't want to miss, exhilarating, humorous, and easy to read." -- Road to Romance

From the Author

Join me for the first in The Rogues Club Series about a group of irresistible rogues, their spunky brides, and their marriages of sheer inconvenience. Expect a few eccentric characters, a precocious child or two, villains, calamity, romance and laughter, even a few tears. Most of all, enjoy!

In AN UNDENIABLE ROGUE, Sabrina Whitcomb sells herself in marriage to a rogue undeniable, wicked as sin, and rife with promise. Having purchased his reluctant bride, can Gideon St. Goddard, Duke of Stanthorpe, seduce her into love? Will Sabrina see beyond her rogue bridegroom’s armor to his yearning heart?

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  • File Size: 659 KB
  • Print Length: 320 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publication Date: December 29, 2011
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B006RLZVF0
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OK, I like Regency Romances... good Regency Romances which this definitely isn't. I'll even enjoy decent Regencies... which this isn't...

The story is unbelievable in nearly all aspects. And totally unbelievable as a Regency. The manners and mores of Regency England are a very faint and poorly done backdrop to a romance that doesn't ring true in any way, shape or form.

The Hero comes home from the defeat of Wellington, he's young, titled and handsome. His wife to be, a young widow who he's proposed to via a letter, is waiting in his London house... right there you've lost me. It's no longer a Regency... it's simply a story that mock's the Regency. No bachelor would sleep in a house with his wife-to-be (especially in a connecting bedroom) without a female chaperon, preferably an older female relative, in residence. And he has a grandmother close by, why isn't she there? Or why isn't the girl in the grandmother's house?

This story limps along (I skimmed long portions of it) and when the evil that drove this young widowed mother to marry on the basis of a promise finally shows up it's watered down and not terribly menacing. And don't get me started on the birth scenes! Nor the threat to the birth that is simply dropped to sink into oblivion.

Regency it's not, romance it's not really, lusty romp for the most part it might be considered... worth reading? Not really.
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In reading this book, I have truly learned what it meant for a heroine to be "TSTL". I originally had left the majority of the following as a comment on a review, but then I came across the book on my Kindle still and, upon flipping through it, became so... perturbed... again, that I decided to modify the comment and actually leave a review.

There might be a SPOILER-ish statement or two. Synopsis can be found in other reviews.

The h Sabrina is a work of art. She is extremely unrealistic for both her circumstance and her time period. She decides she will not tell her husband (not knowing who he is) that she has multiple children and also that she will never have sex with him. He will monetarily support her fully and her unborn child and twin sons and she will never have willing sex with him. And she will withhold everything she can, never speak to him, see him, etc. And she's the heroine. HEROine. Uh huh. And besides being LOUD, why exactly was the Other Woman worse than her? At least the OW was... honest about being ambitious and greedy.

The only way I could make it make sense was that she'd been slightly permanently brain damaged from her first husband. And that if nothing bad had ever happened to her in life she would've been a cold hearted beesh on her own. She was narcissistic and selfish in the extreme, ESPECIALLY at the end, and for a woman so determined to "protect" her children, she did everything in her power to make sure her children ended up fatherless and penniless if her actions even left them alive. Irresponsible? Extremely. Selfish? Can't stress that enough. Her actions condemning her children to die very cruelly? Yup! Lucky for her she had a spineless lackey for a Hero.

Gideon's character was unbelievable as well.
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This "regency" romance may be set at the close of the Napoleonic wars during the time the Prince of Wales held the regency during the waning years of George III, but there is NOTHING about the characters of this book, their morals, or their behavior, that are remotely in keeping with that time or place. If you want to read a modern romance with unlikeable, shallow, sluttish and ignoble characters who are dressed in regency clothes pretending to be in regency England, read this book. If you want to read a regency romance, read Jane Austen. The wordy, flowery writing style gave me a headache, and was not remotely authentic.
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Gideon St. Goddard, Duke of Stanthorpe, had held his best friend, Hawksworth, on the battlefield of Waterloo as he died. Gideon promised to wed his friend's sister, Sabrina, and take care of her. But Gideon had not understood that Sabrina Whitcomb was the sister-in-law. Sabrina was also a widow, had twin (four year old) boys, and was VERY pregnant! Even so, Gideon lost his heart to them all upon sight.
Gideon quickly found out what a lovely woman Bree was, inside and out. Her deceased husband had been cruel to her and the boys. She married to provide for her children ... and hide from an evil man that still searched for her. Gideon knew it would take a lot of patience to earn the trust of the mother and the twins. But earn it he would!
***** AWESOME! To call this story incredible would be an understatement. I read the book twice. This is a hero worth dreaming about! Not the average hero in a book that the heroine had to win over. Not the average heroine that had one or two minor problems that seem to get out of proportion. Nope, the roles have been reversed! The heroine has several secrets and most are huge, and dangerous. The hero has to win the heroine and the twins over. I enjoyed this tale thoroughly! Highly recommended reading to all! Do not miss this title.
On a side note, Annette Blair if you read this, know that you have a new fan in me! Write faster! *****
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