Undeniable Rogue,(The Rogues Club: Book One)

Rated 4.00/5 based on 16 reviews
Widow Sabrina Whitcomb needs a husband and knows that romance and matrimony aren't always compatible. While providing for her children is paramount, wedding a stranger—even a wealthy one like Gideon St. Goddard, Duke of Stanthorpe—is no light matter. So why did the shockingly handsome rogue agree to marry her? When Gideon flashes his wicked, seductive smile, the reason hardly matters. More
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About Annette Blair

A New York Times best selling author for Penguin Books, Annette Blair left her job as a Development Director and Journalism Advisor at a private New England prep school to become a full time writer. At forty books and counting, she added cozy mysteries and bewitching romantic comedies to her award-winning Historical Romances. She also stepped into the amazing world of self-publishing, and so far, she’s enjoying the ride.

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Review by: Briar Rose on July 24, 2016 :
Out of all the Historical Romance novels I've read, this is one of my favorites. It has a great storyline, endearing characters, just a bit of mystery to keep your interest and of course romance and love. I will keep this book in my library for the foreseeable future and treasure it well.

Thank you for sharing, Author.
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Review by: Snowdr0p on Jan. 12, 2016 :
Beautifully written romantic drama... read it online 2 yrs back and downloaded it recently coz felt like reading it again... a charming tale..
Dear author , kudos on this book but plz do give another book from this series for free..
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Review by: Shorea A. on Aug. 23, 2015 :
The plot seemed interesting/exciting enough, but the storytelling... There was too much "telling." For me, the writing style distracts rather than enhances the story. I couldn't finish it.
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Review by: missthompson on June 18, 2015 :
Great fun read. Had it for about 2 and half years but I still it again sometimes. As far it's improbability is concerned I say what's fiction for if not create our own realities. It's good fiction. Enjoy it
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Review by: Bonnie R. on Oct. 5, 2013 :
I couldn't like it and I got.my download on amazon
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Review by: asjahstrina on May 9, 2013 :
Very entertaining read
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Review by: Anne Chambers on April 13, 2013 :
I enjoyed it very much! Great read! ;>
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Review by: Christine Cross on Feb. 17, 2013 :
As someone else said, the plot was improbable, but that is traditional fare for a regency romance. No, the problem here was - unfortunately - the writing.

There is so much exposition, so much of the author telling you that the characters are in love, that by the end of the first chapter, you're fairly screaming for proof. There also seems to have been a lack of editing because points of view and plot lines switch unpredictably. I had to go back through certain sections several times to figure out what was happening. The rhetoric is also rather nauseating. Descriptive phrases are repeated too often and too dramatically. Really, there is very little to care about in the beginning and the author makes it sound as though the "hero" is already going through some live-changing catharsis.

Overall, it's free. But even then, I couldn't get more than halfway through. With more work, it could be better.
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Review by: Carol on Sep. 14, 2012 :
Improbable plot but that goes with the genre. The duke takes everything in stride. Nice find as a free book.
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