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Whom Shall I Kiss... An Earl, A Marquess, or A Duke? (Tricking the Scoundrels Book 1) Kindle Edition
|Length: 204 pages||Word Wise: Enabled||Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled|
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- Book 1 of 5 in Tricking the Scoundrels Series
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- File Size : 2664 KB
- Publication Date : February 25, 2019
- Word Wise : Enabled
- Language: : English
- ASIN : B07NHKFFYM
- Print Length : 204 pages
- Text-to-Speech : Enabled
- Enhanced Typesetting : Enabled
- X-Ray : Not Enabled
- Simultaneous Device Usage : Unlimited
- Screen Reader : Supported
- Lending : Enabled
- Best Sellers Rank: #443,743 in Kindle Store (See Top 100 in Kindle Store)
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I enjoyed reading this story. It was my first read by Laura A. Barnes. My only concern is the use of some expressions that did not fit the times. Using modern slang makes me cringe, as it takes away from the authenticity of the book. I was shocked to see a word like “gee” in the book, and I had to go back and reread the sentence. I would read more of this author’s books because I found the story quite enjoyable. I will be reading the next story in this series because I want to know Sophia’s story.
Overall a fun, enjoyable story, definitely different. Loved the main characters storyline and experiences together. Adored that he couldn't resist repeatedly climbing into her window haha.
My complaints are, and this is probably self induced because I haven't been reading synopsis prior to starting a book, that I was pretty confused for the beginning part of the book. I felt conflicted because I didn't know who the hero would be. I did step back and read the book description and that helped. I then became irritated that the book spent so much time on and in the head of one of the not heroes. Perhaps he will be the hero of his own book, that I can understand. I love the time with the hero's head, so that again is a personal feeling. Fun, quick read though overall and loved the intimate scenes.
At the same time, Noah Wildeburg, a Marquess plots to distract Sidney from her goal.
Top reviews from other countries
Whom Shall I Kiss…AN Earl, A Marquess, or A Duke? Is the first book in Tricking the Scoundrels series by Laura A. Barnes. This is the start of a new series, and if this book is anything to go by, the series is set to be great. I have read all of Ms. Barnes books now, and I can honestly say this is one of my top two favourites of all her books. It is a superb historical/Regency Romance with some light-hearted drama, a little angst/push-pull, some humour, chemistry, and plenty of spice. As I have come to expect from Ms. Barnes, the story is well written, easy to read, and very engaging. I found myself invested in the character’s very early on in the story, and was cheering them on from the sidelines the whole way through. The characters were interesting and fully developed, with their own personalities, quirks and flaws- which made the story even more fun to read.
Lady Sidney Hartridge is a scholarly, scientifically minded, practical, determined, and progressive young woman -who is disgusted by the double standards of the times, and sets about to try and put a stop to them by conducting a ‘social experiment’, with herself as the guinea pig. To prove her theory, she targets three gentlemen and begins ‘researching’, with the goal to lure them into kissing her… and so the fun and games begin. But can she avoid a scandal? Will she be able to remain unbiased in her ‘research’? What happens when feeling become involved? All these answers and so much more can be found between the covers of this charming story.
I loved Sidney, not only was she very intelligent and beautiful- but she was also very liberal-minded, pushing the boundaries and the social norms of the times. I loved her friendship with her best friend Sophia (Phee)- they made a great team. I loved Noah, and quite liked Rory too- but the jury is still out when it comes to Alex… I am hoping the next book will allay my fears.
The only thing that I wasn’t a huge fan of in this book, was getting multiple POV’s in one chapter, sometimes two POV’s in one paragraph. But it didn’t detract from my enjoyment of the story, it’s just a personal preference of mine to have separate POV’s per chapter.
A wonderful start to the series and I am really looking forward to exploring the other instalments!
Thank you, Ms. Barnes!